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CPP Using the Myers-Briggs® Instrument with the Gallup StrengthsFinder 2.0 Instrument

In our ongoing search for the ideal formula for leadership development, we are continually faced with the same initial question: From what point d...

Tips on running remote meetings

As technology advances, more companies are adopting virtual teams. The ability to effectively and efficiently access skilled professionals in diffe...

Intercultural Skills in Business Communication

Intercultural Skills in Business Communication

The importance of intercultural skills in business is growing as companies evolve to meet the changing demands of a global market.  In today’s work...

Employee Orientation: Implement Changes and Make Them Stick

Employee Orientation: Implement Changes and Make Them Stick

An employee orientation process is instrumental to an organization desiring to earn high employee commitment.  If the program is designed appropria...

Declining CSAT and NPS is Likely the Cause of Poor Internal Communication

Declining CSAT and NPS is Likely the Cause of Poor Internal Communication

Technology’s effect on business decisions is fostering an incorrect perception that technology is the center of decision making and communication. ...

Leading Organizational Change

Leading Organizational Change

People (human capital) is the principal element to successful organizational change. Leadership teams occasionally overlook the impact change has o...

Don’t Struggle as a First Time Manager

Don’t Struggle as a First Time Manager

As a first-time manager, your first 90-days will define relationships, opinions, and success. Every first-time manager should have a plan of action...

Does Your CEM/CXM Strategy Increase Sales in Product Support?

Does Your CEM/CXM Strategy Increase Sales in Product Support?

Customer experience management (CEM or CXM) is the overall process that tracks the customer experience throughout a product or service life-cycle. ...

Do we really give introverts a hard time?

Do we really give introverts a hard time?

BBC News Magazine [1] posted this exact headline when reviewing Susan Cain’s book Quiet: The Power of Introverts In a World That Can't Stop Talking...