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TalentCulture | January 28, 2015

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Leadership

8 Actions You Can Take To Survive A Shift

December 22, 2014 |

When do you know a shift is occurring that will significantly alter the competitive landscape and terms of play?

There are some people who lead a shift and determine its direction. Steve Jobs engineered a series of discontinuities that not … Read More

A Wave-Making Christmas Miracle

December 22, 2014 | 1

I still couldn’t believe our car wasn’t back yet. The local auto shop owner shrugged and shook his head.

“Sorry Kevin, but I’m going to have to lock up. I don’t want you to have to wait in the rain … Read More

The Top 10 Most Popular TalentCulture Guest Posts for 2014

December 21, 2014 |

For a holiday treat, we’ve compiled a series of “top 10″ TalentCulture posts from 2014 for you to catch up on between now and the first #TChat Show of the New Year.

So pour yourself an egg nog with that … Read More

The Top 10 Most Popular TalentCulture #TChat Shows for 2014

December 21, 2014 |

For a holiday treat, we’ve compiled a series of “top 10″ TalentCulture posts from 2014 for you to catch up on between now and the first #TChat Show of the New Year.

So pour yourself an egg nog with that … Read More

The Top 10 KWG TalentCulture Posts for 2014

December 21, 2014 |

For a holiday treat, we’ve compiled a series of “top 10″ TalentCulture posts from 2014 for you to catch up on between now and the first #TChat Show of the New Year.

So pour yourself an egg nog with that … Read More

The Leadership Style That Drives Innovation

December 17, 2014 |

Making the leap into management can be an exciting and challenging time. Switching roles from contributor to leader can be a confusing proposition. You’ve done so great with your job that now you’ve been asked to stop doing it, and … Read More

3 Ways Leaders Create Change Resistance

December 17, 2014 | 1

Leading a change is different than a basic process or tacking your “to-dos.” Change requires a commitment and belief. It takes hearts and minds.

As much as we want it to be, change isn’t a command-and-control effort cascading its way … Read More

The Hot Potatoes Of Social Screening

December 15, 2014 |

“The vacant laugh Of true insanity Dressed up in the mask of tragedy Programmed for the guts and glands Of idle minds and idle hands…”

—Neil Peart (musician and writer)

That’s when I saw the photo — a full view … Read More

There Are No “Almost Great” Leaders

December 10, 2014 |

Once upon a time, I had the extraordinary privilege of playing for some of the greatest conductors in history.

But before you tsk-tsk me for self-aggrandizement, let me also say that I once had the not-so-extraordinary experience of playing . … Read More

The New Workplace Social Contract of Go, Go, Go

December 8, 2014 |

I remember the fear of actually finishing something. Then the fear of executing that something. And then the fear of never quite being good enough. And then the fear of being crushed under the weight of overcritical judgments again and … Read More