Psychology Today is running an article on kindness in the workplace which raises a number of points, including this: People work harder when treated with kindness. Linda Dunkel explores how to go from a general aspiration to deriving enormous strategic value as a company valuing respect, dignity and — yes — kindness.
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President Obama is off to a fast start in driving the change he was elected to bring, and the task before him seems to grow more daunting by the day. Patty McManus explores four critical leadership practices Obama has embraced, and shows why new business leaders would be wise to embrace them, too.
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In a down economy, morale suffers and productivity can plummet. Avoid this trap with our free ebook, Fully Engaged!
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We recently were honored with a visit by Nobel Laureate Betty Williams, a woman who knows a thing or two about leading change.
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Matt Sloane examines why our predictions about the outcomes of change are generally inaccurate. He recommends a different way to approach change — and make it work for us — using a values lens.
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Linda Dunkel explains how IA's unique methods for helping groups of people build understanding, reach agreement, and collaborate successfully are being applied to help bridge gaps on a global level.
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In a company of people passionate about the people side of business, we've got one of America's Best Bosses — CEO Linda Dunkel. Linda tells how Interaction Associates delivers results for clients from Steak N Shake to the Dalai Lama.
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