Ambiguity. We have all confronted it at some point in our careers. Matrix organizations, multiple bosses, dotted- and solid-line reporting, internal and external customers, budget cuts, and economic issues are all factors that contribute to an ambiguous work environment. In fact, many of my executive clients cite ambiguity as a top source of frustration, challenges, and wasted time and money. Surprisingly enough, it does not have to be.
Learn about the blindspots businesses face and how to create excellent customer relationships without being too customer-focused.
Steven Gaffney talks open, honest communication with the Public Interest Podcast and how the different levels of honesty can improve your work and personal life.
Eight lessons on how to deal with life’s challenges during a difficult journey.
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Eight small but crucial actions you can take to make the new year your most meaningful year yet.
How to Create an Organizational Culture of Appreciation that Impacts the Bottom Line My grandfather lived in a nursing home during the last several years of his life. During one of my visits to see him, a nurse pulled me aside and told me what a great man my...
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