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Moses trained himself to do what initially felt awkward. Eventually, it came naturally to him.
Telling a chronic procrastinator “Just do it” is like telling a clinically depressed person to cheer up.
Over 2,300 years ago, Greek philosopher Aristotle found that orators could win over audiences by integrating three elements: logos, ethos and pathos.
Jack Ma has built Alibaba, a Chinese e-commerce company, into a global giant. But he’s hardly surprised.
To walk the fine line of being both a manager and a counselor, here is some advice.
You enter into a coaching relationship with enthusiasm. But over time, the fire can go out—and you dread what you initially enjoyed.
You can be a better manager by just taking care of yourself.
Powerful people often insist that they’re great listeners. In truth, however, some of them interrupt frequently and rarely listen with an open mind.
Q: It drives me crazy how our CEO loves to pay for overpriced consultants to tell us what we already know (or at least what I could’ve told the CEO for free). I’m never asked for my opinion. What’s a diplomatic way for me to convey my concern?
Q: I have a budding star who I’m grooming for a senior role here. I keep hearing I should move him around to different jobs, exposing him to new challenges. But he loves his current job, and he’s outperforming everybody. Why change what works so well?
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