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Guidance on leadership development & strategic planning.

Succession Planning for Your Nebraska Business: 4 Benefits of Leadership Development

By Leadership Resources November 11, 2019

Nebraska is known for its resilience and innovation. Older businesses have been through the state’s many economic shifts over the years, and new entrepreneurs are leading the way in its continued revitalization and economic prominence. If you’re a business owner in Nebraska, then you already have the spirit of a...

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Traditional Strategic Plans Fail: EOS® Can Improve Results.

By Leadership Resources October 14, 2019
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You don’t have to be a business leader to know a thing or two about planning. We all make plans, whether mapping out a vacation, reconnecting with a friend over coffee, or setting up a doctor’s appointment. In the business world, planning plays an important role in moving an organization...

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How to Create a Living Strategic Succession Plan

By Leadership Resources September 16, 2019
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The business world rewards both careful planning and spontaneous action. At the same time, conventional wisdom warns against both of these extremes. All of this seems contradictory. How is it that caution and risk both work to our benefit and our detriment? And how can we know which path to...

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5 Phrases to Use for Effective Workplace Criticism

By Leadership Resources August 5, 2019

Delivering criticism to a team can be a significant cause of leadership stress for many leaders. It’s not always easy to find the proper balance between sugar-coated comment and pointless put-down. But when someone makes a mistake, requires correction, or falls short of their duties, ignoring or obfuscating the issue...

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Open Floorplan or Cubes: Is One Better Than the Other?

By Leadership Resources June 7, 2019
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A workplace is more than just a collection of walls, chairs, desks, and employees. It’s an environment where several individuals must cooperate and focus on a number of tasks each day. The way your workplace is organized in large part determines how your staff members feel, how hard they work,...

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Is Remote Work Right for Your Team?

By Leadership Resources June 5, 2019
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The notion of a workplace is undergoing a major transformation. The internet allows people to share ideas, files, and projects across the world with lightning speed. For industries that primarily deal with information and communication (as opposed to manufacturing), the need for dedicated commercial space is becoming antiquated. This is...

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Is Your Team Unclear on Your Message? Know the Signs of Disconnect

By Leadership Resources March 13, 2019
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Communication is one of the most powerful aspects of an organization. Strong communication keeps staff members accountable and helps maintain clarity. Poor communication can muddy the waters on every level. Without good leadership communication skills, your team might not know what to do next, or why they should do it....

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3 Innovative Ways Your Team Can Test a New Product Idea

By Leadership Resources March 11, 2019
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If you’re in the business of developing new products, it’s not always easy to know if an idea will be a winner. In fact, you can’t really know if a new product will sell until it’s out in the market and the numbers start rolling in. This is why it’s...

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How to Achieve Success: The Success Chain

By Leadership Resources February 25, 2019
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In this informative video, Jessica Langenberg, Director of Leadership Development at Leadership Resources, talks about how to achieve greater success using the Success Chain. What is Success? Langenberg defines success as the feeling of accomplishment one gets after achieving a positive outcome or result. This means that success can look...

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"I'm My Own Worst Enemy" and Other Pitfalls of Being Your Own Coach

By Leadership Resources February 21, 2019
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Most of us have heard the phrase, “I’m my own worst enemy.” Indeed, many of us can probably relate to this idea. To be one’s own worst enemy is a common human pitfall because we are ultimately the one in control of our actions. Some of the decisions we make...

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