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Team Diversity Produces Greater Results

Recently the news media has carried articles highlighting a trend in workspace management toward “collaborative” workspaces, i.e. public workspaces, without walls, partitions, or privacy.   While the obvious impetus for this trend is expense reduction, the benefits that are specifically noted and touted include increased communication among associates and teammates, inspiration and innovation. But will this […]

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So You Think You Are a Leader?

You have people reporting to you – does that make you a leader? Technically, and according to Webster and Google, the answer is yes because you are the person that directs, (commands, guides, etc.) a group or organization.   But Webster and Google need updating.   A better definition today is this: Leadership is accomplishing change through […]

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