Issue 139 - Published March 16, 2016
Fast Coaching for Busy People: How to Coach in 10 Minutes or Less Fast Coaching for Busy People: How to Coach in 10 Minutes or Less
By Michael Bungay Stanier

Published March 16, 2016 11:00 a.m. - “Coaching’s something everyone can do, do quickly, and do in a way that will have a significant impact on performance and satisfaction. But to make it work for the time-crunched manager, you need to follow three principles.”
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Am I Authentic Yet? Am I Authentic Yet?
By Karissa Thacker

Published March 16, 2016 11:00 a.m. - “It is helpful to think of authentic leadership as a state not a trait. That allows us to ask a powerful question. How do we cultivate the state of authentic leadership? … It also leaves room for all of us flawed humans to be in a state of authentic leadership for periods of time.”
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Closing the Decision Quality Gap Closing the Decision Quality Gap
By Carl Spetzler, Hannah Winter, Jennifer Meyer

Published March 16, 2016 11:00 a.m. - “One of the virtues of DQ is that it allows us to know if we’ve made a good decision at the time we are making it. If we’ve correctly followed the process, we can confidently state that ‘We made the best possible choice given our alternatives, the available information, future uncertainties, and the things we can control.’”
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Ending Pay Secrecy: Why Keeping Salaries a Secret Leads to Disengagement and Decreased Performance, and How Revealing Pay Information Can Actually Increase Performance Ending Pay Secrecy: Why Keeping Salaries a Secret Leads to Disengagement and Decreased Performance, and How Revealing Pay Information Can Actually Increase Performance
By David Burkus

Published March 16, 2016 11:00 a.m. - “It turns out pay transparency—sharing salaries openly across the company—makes a better workplace both for employees and for the organization.”
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Reading Books Won’t Future-Proof You. Here’s What Will. Reading Books Won’t Future-Proof You. Here’s What Will.
By Erika Andersen

Published March 16, 2016 11:00 a.m. - “Real learning is almost always at least somewhat uncomfortable. It’s figuring out how to operate in new ways; questioning your assumptions; putting new ideas into practice. Real learning takes you out of the tried-and-true, and into that murky, disturbing land of I’m-not-very-good-at-this.”
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The New Way to Get Noticed The New Way to Get Noticed
By Barbara Cave Henricks & Rusty Shelton

Published March 16, 2016 1:00 a.m. - “Media and information are everywhere, and billions of us are habitually tuning in throughout the day, beginning with that morning smart phone check. … Not only is there opportunity to create content and display it on the virtual billboard that exists online, but there is a chance to create a strategy for capturing even more value from your messages.”
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