Personal Power: 3 Reasons Why Personal Growth and Change is So Hard

By Valencia Ray

Generally what we call power is really force and it is based in fear and separation, you know, the old paradigm of survival of the fittest. It is based in scarcity mentality and competition. Now really, doesnt this sound rooted in fear? Fear that one cannot be, do or have what they really want so he or she has to go and make it happ

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GLOBAL TURMOIL AND YOUR INVESTMENTS

By Patrick Astre

GLOBAL TURMOIL AND YOUR INVESTMENTSLast week the sages at Morgan Stanley observed that European debt spells big trouble for the US and the stock market dropped by over 400 points. This is definitely an emotion-driven piece of nonsense. Why are we listening to Morgan Stanley? These are the folks who packaged all those toxic loans (We call them NINJA loans - No Income No Job or Assets) pushe

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Teamwork - Mavericks Style!

By David Reed

One of the keys to creating a culture of exceptional customer service is having a true team. Only about 10% of all organizations ever reach the ultimate level of teamwork and cooperation. The Dallas Mavericks are one of those teams! Their performance in the playoffs was a constant display of selfless actions and looking out for fellow teammates. Despite the obvious bias and wishes of the

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Employees and Managers Online Anger Management Training Follow up

By simon casey

http://stress.lovetoknow.com/managing-anger/online-anger-management-classes-interview-dr-simon-casey

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Preventing Employe Retaliations "Conformist Wanted"

By simon casey

"Conformist Wanted" During this tough economic times.many companies are increasingly struggling with this problem and to make matters worse, due to extensive layoffs, company closures, employee retaliation claims are soaring. Even though, not every company is experiencing layoffs and yet employee retaliations are on the raise. As many years as i have been speaking on this subject, i

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HOW TO SOLVE OR IMPROVE ANY SITUATION

By Patrick Astre

HOW TO SOLVE OR IMPROVE ANY PROBLEMS OR SITUATIONSSometimes it seems that we face problems that are insurmountable. It's especially true during times of economic distress, periods like now, where unemployment is high, investments appear shaky, housing is distressed and the future looks bleak.What I want to give everyone in this article is a set of problem-solving principles, rules of the

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Huffington Post Articles by Bob Walsh

By Bob Walsh

Huffington Post Bob Walsh is a contributor to the Huffington Post (www.huffingtonpost.com/bob-walsh) The following are links to his most recent posts: If Only They Had Listened to Shali A Sign of Promise Do Not Forget Shane and Josh Whats Next? We Must Listen Before They Stop Talking How We Can Avert a Catastrophe

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U.S. Companies Must Prepare for a Changing Workforce Represented by Single-Parent Households

By Jewel Daniels

The current labor force is experiencing a revolutionary change demographically in the composition of employees that represent a growing and diverse pool of nationalities. However, companies are more readily being faced with adapting to the growing trend of single-parent households that has more than doubled over the last 30 years, growing from 11 percent to 27 percent. (Coolidge, 1999)Currentl

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Changing Course to Remain Competitive and Profitable

By Jewel Daniels

A growing competitive global economy, matched with a lengthy recession and existing need to remain profitable while meeting consumer demands has businesses faced with exploring new, cutting-edge means to remain relevant.Lawler and Worley (2009) addressed the issue that organizations can only remain competitive if they embrace the notation of being life-long learners that are adaptable to const

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7-Team Building Must Haves

By Cory Mosley

The coaching and development of sales staff always sounds like the right thing to do, but very rarely is it done consistently and, more importantly, properly. Many times, we assume the best person for the job is the one with a managers title. Unfortunately, thats not always the case.Take a recent conversation I had with a sales manager. He remarked to me that one of his salespe

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