Monthly Archives: August 2011

Beyond Burnout: Tapping into the Brain to Motivate Your Team

Research on motivation and the role of the brain points to many important insights for leaders and managers trying to respond proactively to burnt out on their teams. Most importantly, leaders must understand that all motivation—whether at work or at play—share the same neural pathway. Tapping into that pathway is the job of the leader—and understanding the brain can help. Continue reading

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4 Tips to Demystify the Dread of Networking

For me, networking has always been something I enjoy and have been asked by many colleagues over the years, how it is that I take such delight in going to place I’ve never been, talking to people I’ve never (or barely) met. For them, I have created the following tips based on effective communication skills that go beyond LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. Continue reading

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