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How Pixar Powers Its Creativity through Employee Engagement

by Michael Lee Stallard At the technical Academy Awards ceremony in Hollywood, the Associated Press reported that it wasn’t the gorgeous host, actress Jessica Biel, who attracted the most attention. Instead, it was an understated, bespectacled, computer engineer named Ed … Continue reading

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Dog SledTeams, the Antidote to Employee Disengagement

by Michael Lee Stallard For the second year in a row, 84 percent of American workers intend to actively look for a new job. This according to a recent survey by Right Management.  Last year, The Conference Board published a … Continue reading

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Retain Your Great Employees

by Michael Lee Stallard Several facts recently caught my attention. In 1940, 7.7 percent of Americans lived in one-person households. By 2000, that number more than tripled to 25.8 percent.  (In Manhattan, 48 percent of all households were one-person households … Continue reading

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The Human Part of Leadership

George Washington wasn’t considered a great leader just because he was a President or a general. Certainly those titles would confer upon him a lofty place as a leader. But, as Michael Lee Stallard recently wrote he embodied leadership through relationship, … Continue reading

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