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Three Areas of Concern for Leaders During Times of Change

on December 7, 2017 | By Harvard Business Review | Leadership Communication
Be sure to communicate clearly and effectively about the goal of the desired change, and allot time so employees will recognize its importance.
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Five Ways to Push Your Employees Without Stressing Them Out

on December 1, 2017 | By Harvard Business Review | Leadership Management
 Employees tend to perform at higher levels and experience less stress when they feel connected to their leaders.
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Stressed Out? Here Are Ways to Better Manage the Pressure

How you handle the tension plays a huge role in determining how resilient you are. Start by asking yourself how you respond when you’re under pressure.
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Here Are Five Ways to Develop Your Strategic Executive Voice

on November 17, 2017 | By Harvard Business Review | Leadership Communication
To establish credibility and influence people, you must be able to connect with others. Here’s how. 
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The Art of Self-Explaining: Four Techniques to Help You Learn

Maybe you’re taking an online class for CME. Or implementing a new technology. Talk to yourself – out loud – and ask yourself questions. It will make a difference. 
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Some Ground Rules for Overcoming Resistance to Change

on October 27, 2017 | By Harvard Business Review | Leadership Management
Among the suggestions: Listen to the obstructionists respectfully, ensure they feel heard and take their opinions seriously.
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How to Move Forward After a Difficult Workplace Conversation

on October 24, 2017 | By Harvard Business Review | Communication Management
Here are three suggestions for rebuilding a good relationship after a tough talk, while also making progress on the problem at hand. 
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Negotiations: Four Steps Toward a More Constructive Approach

on October 20, 2017 | By Harvard Business Review | Leadership Finance
Building relationships, learning and collaboration are among the necessities for reaching the often sought but rarely achieved optimal agreement.
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Want to Help a Stressed-Out Colleague? Here Are Some Suggestions

At a time when wellness is essential for physicians and other professionals, keep these seven ideas in mind when faced with an overwhelmed co-worker.
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Five Practical Ways to Prevent Burnout Through Compassion

Some people simply don’t get burned out. Why? The answer lies in part with empathy.
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