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  •  10/07/2018 09:38 AM

“..Managers are expected to possess leadership skills and a leadership mindset. Waiting for someone to “mature in the role” is no longer an option…” Harvard Business Publishing

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  •  08/26/2018 07:18 AM

Towards Rosh-Hashana’s annual retrospective session I am working on, I was looking for researches on the importance and the effective way to thank people in a workplace, and I ran into this extremely interesting article summarizing a very thorough research on the same subject (https://revunit.com/effectively-thank-employees/). I related to it a lot because it reflected in perfect words my own experience both as a leader and as an employee. For me, the most powerful motivation was always a personal, timely, sincere thank you. Highly recommend reading, a real eye opener! And for those interested in few simple ideas for implementation, check out this link to my blog as well.

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  •  08/05/2018 12:00 AM

...After all, projects don’t stand for themselves, they are a representation of everything that is superior or inferior in the organization, everything that is superior or inferior in... us . To shorten projects, look for those things that prevent fast, flawless, streamlined execution.

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