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  • It’s up to you, isn’t it? Employee development. At least that’s what everyone in your company tends to think. They look to you for direction on how best to cultivate that most critical resource in your organization—people.

  • The Ferrari LaFerrari is one of the fastest cars in the world. It boasts 950 horsepower and a top speed of 227 mph! But this powerful car can move nowhere unless its driver actually steps on the gas. Without intentional action, it will sit at the starting line forever with that incredible potential and power trapped inside. And so will your company.

  • 4 Ways To Think Like A Leader

    If you are reading these words, you probably care about growing leadership capacity—both for you personally and for your entire team. You know how important it is for your company’s success that your leaders be equipped to make sound decisions that align with the big picture. If you’re concerned about how well your managers think about the big picture, you are not alone. Recent studies reveal growing concerns among employees that their managers and executives lack the skills necessary to lead effectively.

  • ​We train our brain by the things we do. For example, experienced taxicab drivers have an abnormally large hippocampus, the portion of the brain responsible for navigation. Veteran violinists or keyboardists have an expanded motor cortex, the area of the brain associated with fine motor skills. Our brain is literally shaped by what we repeatedly do.