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Listening for the Voice of Vocation

Listening for the Voice of Vocation

The typical way of seeking meaningful work—or vocation— is to figure out how to match your strengths with possible work or professions. Countless books and processes exist for identifying your personality, strengths, and interests to help you discover whether you are aiming for work that will be a good fit. That’s valid and valuable, but [...]

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Using Humor to Drive Success

Using Humor to Drive Success

How frequently do you think your employees laugh at work? In contrast, how often do you estimate that they feel bored or uninspired? Skilled leaders, those we call the “Stand-Up Strategists”, understand the utility of humor to address four important organizational outcomes, or the 4Cs: Community, Composure, Change, and Creativity. And to address these four [...]

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How Can Having Fun Make You a Better Leader?

How Can Having Fun Make You a Better Leader?

The following post is from guest blogger, Dave Crenshaw. Employees, whether they know it or not, tend to play “follow the leader. They may admire your ingenuity or just want a little more spending money. Whatever it is, they mimic your behavior because they think it will make them successful. The problem is that leaders [...]

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