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An executive story. He goes to the doctor. Cancer. Two years and he’s gone. His wife vows never to go to the doctor again—“I’ll hear something I don’t won’t to hear.” She gets sick. No doctor. Gets worse. No doctor. … Continue reading

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    Recap of leader quick tip: Listen to what your satisfaction is saying   1950’s research on leadership and motivation still holds up.   The conclusion then, as now, is this: the best motivation is intrinsic satisfaction.   This … Continue reading

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  You’ve heard it before—a list of key ingredients for creating a work environment where employees are highly engaged and successful, whether you’re leading a team or a larger part of the organization.   Putting the ingredients together is easier … Continue reading

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This book speaks directly to women leaders and those who aspire to be… Here is a sneak preview By way of Excerpts from the text And quotes included by female executives Interviewed for the book [clear_both] Every woman has the … Continue reading

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  Do people pursue only personal payoffs? … Belief 3: Satisfaction . . .”The things I get from my job are satisfying.” Here’s a quick-review glance at the three conditions for motivation and performance: Belief-1—Confidence—“I believe I can do what … Continue reading

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