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The smallest gesture can have lasting impact

The smallest gesture can have lasting impact

 During a trip to India, I was looking out a cab window and saw a child, maybe seven or eight years old. He stooped beside a street drain and was reaching in.  I asked my cab driver what the child was doing. He told me to just look the other way...

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Me, myself, I

Me, myself, I

Among those most helpfully making sense of the practicalities of personal branding is Dorie Clark, an Adjunct Professor of Business Administration at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business. Clark is a former presidential campaign spokeswoman...

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A glass of water and an act of thoughtfulness

A glass of water and an act of thoughtfulness

Being thoughtful is one of the characteristics of a caring mindset. During a flight to see a client, I was traveling in First Class. Another passenger who was also in First Class sat down in the seat across the aisle from me. The flight attendant...

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Creating a Highly Engaged Collaboration

Creating a Highly Engaged Collaboration

The term “collaboration” rarely appeared in management texts in the 1990s. Since then, time spent by managers and employees in collaborative activities has “ballooned by 50 per cent or more” according to the Harvard Business Review in 2016....

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