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How to Avoid and Mitigate Skills Gaps

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Failure to do so could potentially lead to legal issues, penalties, or loss of reputation with your customer base. They have a positive attitude, are a fast learner, and are generally the type of person you want to become involved with your company.

How to Develop Executive Presence and Lead with Confidence [Free Exercises]

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People trust you to make these decisions. Use that trust and the power that comes with it to become a better leader. Here are a few habits you might consider building: Dressing for the position and reputation you want (this includes grooming!). Start this exercise today: Identify one habit that you’d like to build, and make recurring calendar entries to remind yourself to take action. One of the most important things you can do is to start with a positive attitude.

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Congratulations to the finalists of the 2016 Moxie Awards!

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To see which companies will take home one of our coveted Moxies, mark your calendars for June 16, and we’ll meet you at Morgan Manufacturing. In 2016, Opternative is joining forces with your favorite retailers to solidify its reputation as the most convenient way to get a prescription. Patients know and trust their existing healthcare providers. Recap from: Built In Chicago News Article. 14 winners. 7,000 nominations. Five years running. One night. New venue.

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Why Corporate Training is Broken And How to Fix It

Jay Cross

Unfortunately, workers avoided these awful courses whenever possible and training departments sullied their reputations. Training departments are mired in Industrial Age, top-down attitudes, and that’s not playing well with Network Era, customer-focused workers. Training has such a bad reputation that executive coaches have been forced to change the words they use in conversation with senior managers. Trust. Trust is fundamental to being collaborative.