Have you ever made the decision to become a reference in leadership and motivation for your team? If not, it’s time for you to seriously consider it. First of all, you need to know what your staff expect from their leader (You) and the company they work for. To give you a hand, we’ve tried one of the most effective ways to guide someone: putting you in touch with 7 trends on business and workplace for this decade (2015-2025). All identified by reliable studies and published in two recent articles by Forbes. Don’t ignore it:
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If you think TV is just for fun, and negotiation strategies are learned only at school classes, we have some good news! Here are three TV series that will change your opinion and knowledge about business. And bad business too. Turn on the TV and bring your phone. Why the phone? Well, you won’t be able to look but to the TV, however you’ll need to take some notes of all the negotiation strategies you’ll learn.
“An update is available”. That simple notification may provoke many moans and groans among employees. After all, a new version of any software can make employees less productive, if they don’t know how to use it. There are a few simple ways for you to manage organizational change and ensure effective task management. Start by teaching employees about new features as soon as they come out. That way, the updates can be truly enjoyed and employees will look forward to new content. They only need to understand how it works. Look at 3 ways to make a managing organizational change better.
The Oscar’s winners will be known on February 22nd. However, on January 15th the list of nominees will come out! Neil Patrick Harris, the hilarious Barney from the sitcom “How I Met Your Mother”, will be the host. In addition to these promises, all we have are bets. So we’ve decided to look for strong candidates which were also leadership movies! To our surprise, we found seven must-see films. They suit every taste: drama, animation, comedy and adventure for all types of leader. Stories of leadership by friendship, coercion, education, authoritarianism and leadership by example. Check out the trailer and description of each one: