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5 Leader Traits for 2021

By Marcel Schwantes Leadership practices that are in short supply at a time when we need them the most. Warren Buffett once asked a group of students to think of a classmate...

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The 3 Big Things Your Team Will Need From You This Year

One of the big themes I’m already working on with my leader clients this year is how to keep their teams energized and engaged as we all push through this...

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How to Build Better Relationships

By Deborah Lynn Bumberg Strong relationships are a vital part of effective management, and yet most of us, especially this year, interact far more with screens than with human beings. Recognizing the...

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Five Pricing Moves Companies Made in 2020, From Zoom to Peloton

By Nicole Nguyen From free video calling to a $2,495 stationary bike, here’s a look at how companies used pricing to respond to the coronavirus crisis Free Zoom, $13 unlimited...

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Why “Flexibility” May be the Least Helpful Thing Companies Can Offer Working Parents Right Now

By Ainsley Harris Companies have piled on the perks for parents who are working from home during the pandemic. They should have been focused on systemic change. Over Labor Day...

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The Obstacles to Unlearning

By Barry O’Reilly In my experience working all around the world with executives and teams—from disruptive startups to the Fortune 500—I’ve seen firsthand the struggle both great and growing leaders...

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Telecoms Industry Not Expected to Fully Recover Until 2023

By Wei Shi Analyst firm Analysys Mason reckons the telecoms industry will return to modest growth from 2021, but it will take three years for the industry revenue to come...

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RDOF Auction Winners: Charter, SpaceX, Windstream, $9.2B for Rural Broadband Awarded

By Joan Engebretson Charter Communications, bidding as CCO Holdings, was the biggest Rural Digital Opportunity Fund auction winner in the measured by number of locations. The cable company won $1.22...

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Personalized Marketing Can be Ineffective — and Creepy

Based on the research of Jacob D. Teeny, Joseph J. Siev, Pablo Briñol, and Richard E. Petty Simply having a compelling message isn’t enough. If you scroll through your inbox...

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5 Common Mistakes Managers Make — According to Their Workers

By Marcel Schwantes Check your ego at the door. Over the past five years, I have conducted several workplace surveys to get to the bottom of what mistakes managers make more...

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