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Workplace Conflict: Fight, Flight, or Embrace?

by Karlin Sloan Research shows that 60-80% of all workplace difficulties stem from strained relationships between employees, not from deficits in an individual employee’s skill or motivation.* And, the financial costs of interpersonal conflict in the workplace are high. Ernst … Continue reading

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How Leaders Can Create Positive Attitude

by Karlin Sloan Employed people ages 25 to 54 spend an average of 8.8 hours working each day, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Because of this large time commitment, the workplace is much more than an office … Continue reading

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9 Ways to Protect and Manage Your Most Precious Asset

There’s probably nothing more valuable than time. We’re given a set amount of “pieces” or tools that we can use to accomplish goals. The one limiting factor will be time. Will we make our deadlines? Will we manage our team and resources toward … Continue reading

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Empowered Leaders Who Ask for Help

by Karlin Sloan We think of leaders as take-charge people who can handle difficult tasks with grace and determination and who are capable of juggling several tasks at once. Of course this is right – to a point. No one … Continue reading

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The “Triple Bottom Line” and the Annihilation of Blue Chip Institutions

By Karlin Sloan “The role the corporation needs to play in individuals’ lives the community’s life, and the world’s life is to sustain the platform upon which the corporation exists. Leaders must recognize that we live in one big system … Continue reading

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The Resilient Leader: Ernest Shackleton Seeing Opportunity in Adversity

by Karlin Sloan Resilience is “an ability to recover from or adjust easily to misfortune or change.” Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate® Dictionary, Eleventh Edition   Resilience helps us steer through the everyday stresses and hassles that fill modern life, and helps us bounce … Continue reading

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Good Customer Service and Respect

by Karlin Sloan Making yourself look good doesn’t mean kissing up. Dr. Wayne Dyer is widely credited with the wise saying, “You teach others how to treat you.” Well, I’m a big believer in that statement. You teach others to … Continue reading

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Leadership Tip: How to Energize Yourself and Your Team

Karlin Sloan, author of “UnFear”, often writes about leadership skills. She recently wrote: “Many of us believe that our attitude shapes our destiny …. What we focus on becomes our reality. And if we as leaders are tired, stressed, and … Continue reading

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