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[Video] Linas Beliūnas on LinkedIn: Netflix CEO is so spot on why the company you work for is NOT your family:… | 151 comments
[Video] Linas Beliūnas on LinkedIn: Netflix CEO is so spot on why the company you work for is NOT your family:… | 151 comments
Netflix CEO is so spot on why the company you work for is NOT your family: "The professional relationship is like a sports team. If you want to win a… | 151 comments on LinkedIn
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[Video] Linas Beliūnas on LinkedIn: Netflix CEO is so spot on why the company you work for is NOT your family:… | 151 comments
How Humans Do (and Don't) Learn
How Humans Do (and Don't) Learn
One of the biggest ever reviews of human behaviour change has been published, with some eye-opening implications for how we design & deliver learning experiences
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How Humans Do (and Don't) Learn
5 Ways Executives Can Manage Conflict with the Board
5 Ways Executives Can Manage Conflict with the Board
High stakes, strong wills, and increasing uncertainty can make decisions at the top of your organization fraught. The backing of a board can mobilize an organization, but a significant divergence of vision and values may lead the board to stall progress on an organization’s highest priorities — and even unseat a CEO. Executives must proactively and productively make covert disagreements overt and foster a healthy dialog with board members. First, they must be the thermostat in the room, raising tough topics and pushing productive conversations. Second, they must inform the room of a full situation and its status early and often. Third, they must identify and break down early signals of conflict among members. Fourth, they must keep the long view in mind, even in a short-term crisis. Finally, they must avoid polarities in decision-making, encouraging all members to consider the upsides and downsides of all options.
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5 Ways Executives Can Manage Conflict with the Board
Getting Along: My New Manager Didn’t Give Me the Promotion I Was Promised
Getting Along: My New Manager Didn’t Give Me the Promotion I Was Promised
Not getting a promotion you were promised can bring up a whole host of feelings, from frustration to resentment. In this article, HBR’s advice columnist Amy Gallo answers a question from a reader who is facing this situation and offers advice and resources for how to work through their disappointment while keeping their career growing.
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Getting Along: My New Manager Didn’t Give Me the Promotion I Was Promised
How People Are Really Using GenAI
How People Are Really Using GenAI
There are many use cases for generative AI, spanning a vast number of areas of domestic and work life. Looking through thousands of comments on sites such as Reddit and Quora, the author’s team found that the use of this technology is as wide-ranging as the problems we encounter in our lives. The 100 categories they identified can be divided into six top-level themes, which give an immediate sense of what generative AI is being used for: Technical Assistance & Troubleshooting (23%), Content Creation & Editing (22%), Personal & Professional Support (17%), Learning & Education (15%), Creativity & Recreation (13%), Research, Analysis & Decision Making (10%).
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How People Are Really Using GenAI
[Video] Gary Vaynerchuk on LinkedIn: This video hits on one of the biggest issues in the “game” & we couldn’t… | 406 comments
[Video] Gary Vaynerchuk on LinkedIn: This video hits on one of the biggest issues in the “game” & we couldn’t… | 406 comments
This video hits on one of the biggest issues in the “game” & we couldn’t recommend it more for those in charge .. please really lean in on this video⁣ | 406 comments on LinkedIn
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[Video] Gary Vaynerchuk on LinkedIn: This video hits on one of the biggest issues in the “game” & we couldn’t… | 406 comments
Stop Avoiding Office Politics
Stop Avoiding Office Politics
Gary Waters/Getty Images “I won’t do it,” he said. “I don’t care who they are; I won’t buddy up to people I don’t like and respect just because I want something from them.” This came from a senior manager at a Fortune 500 company. It was a theme we hear over and over from managers […]
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Stop Avoiding Office Politics