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Establish Agile EQ using DiSC

We all want to be seen and known. It helps us believe that we’re valued. Someone took the time to understand us, to learn more about how we are and what makes us tick. The reverse is also true. You show that you care about someone, even at the most basic level, when you know about more than just their hair color. The DiSC test is one of the most popular and effective personality assessments that helps individuals establish emotional intelligence, uncover their strengths, and learn how to recogn...
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Trinity Training and Development Announces Front Line Leadership’s New Online Learning Program

Austin, TX (June 29, 2020) Front Line Leadership announced today the launch of its new Online Learning Program. The platform provides a viable alternative for organizations when face-to-face classroom delivery is not feasible. “The program utilizes the same content, tools, and structure of our classroom-based program, but provides the flexibility of an easy to use blended learning process when location, cost, or location play a factor in how training is delivered” explained Robert Winter, Pres...
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Three Ways To Lead in a Crisis

In today’s social media-driven world and instant updates, good news travels fast, but bad news travels faster. When your company is facing a crisis, eyes are watching; fingertips are ready to alert the Twitterverse of your fate. Will supporters be able to stand by your side and announce that you are expertly leading your team to calmer waters? Or will you falter, allowing the skeptics to pronounce that you’re sinking? The way you respond to the crisis at hand will not only determine you and yo...
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4 Ways to Effectively Network During Quarantine

Too many days have passed since you met a new person, let alone spent time with someone who lives outside your home. Is anyone keeping track anymore? Perhaps you’re getting restless. At first, this whole “work from home” situation seemed like a fun challenge or even a nice reprieve. But it probably didn’t take long before you wanted “normal” to return. You’re ready to meet a potential client in person. You want to share a drink or a meal with the person who could help you land the promoti...
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6 Ways to Thrive While You Work from Home

Zzz. Zzz. Zzz. Your phone vibrates and you glance at the clock. The alarm hasn’t gone off yet, but emails are coming in and your calendar reminds you of today’s deadline and an afternoon meeting. Your mind begins to spin, creating a mental to-do list before your feet hit the floor. You throw on a t-shirt and decide to skip the shower. Duty calls. Ambling into the kitchen, you hardly notice dark coffee percolating on the counter. You sit down at the kitchen table and open your laptop. When you ...
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How to be and Effective Listener

In today’s fast-paced world, the race to be heard above the din of near-constant chatter and onslaught of non-stop information can be brutally tiresome. However, the late, great Stephen Covey said it best, “Most people do not listen with the intent to understand; they listen with the intent to reply.”
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Financial Impact of Unmotivated Employees

In a recent Gallup Poll, a staggering 66% of employees are neither engaged nor inspired or worse, actively disengaged at work. Thankfully, the number of engaged and inspired workers is on the rise and sits at the all-time high of 34%, meaning for the 13% of actively disengaged workers in any given business, the fully engaged ones outnumber them almost 3 – 1. The remaining 53% are in the “not engaged” tier and are satisfied generally speaking but have no real connection to their work or workpl...
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Dealing with Change in the Workplace

There are few things that are certain in the world. As said by Benjamin Franklin, “Nothing is certain but death and taxes.” However, people are wired to prefer consistency and fear change. In our earliest ancestors, change could lead to detrimental circumstances; weather changes, death, location changes, lack of food and water, new, unknown threats. These realities became hard-wired into our psyche and even now in 2020, the instinctual reaction to change is typically fear.
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Fight Burnout as A Team

In today’s workplace, it seems endless hours and constant contact is more the norm that not. To combat the added burden that comes with our advances in technology and constant ability to reach someone, many companies have found ways to put wellness opportunities into their daily workplace. However, research shows nap rooms, yoga classes, fitness facilities, etc. often go underutilized and employee burnout is on the rise.
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Creating a Collaborative Culture in 3 Ways

“Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships.”- Michael Jordan The every-man-for-themselves approach to the workplace has been around for ages. With each individual putting forth their best effort while withholding to ensure their abilities outshined that of their teammates… The notion that only one can be the best has outlived its usefulness. Good leaders know that the key to managing a successful team begins and ends with collaboration. Fighting the old notions ca...
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