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Patrick Lencioni Exclusive: Discover Your Team’s Genius

Live Session Available: Join Pat on January 26, 2021 as he dives into the Six Types of Working Genius in an exclusive Chief Executive session tailored for CEOs and their leadership teams. You’ll get an assessment of your team’s Working Geniuses, learn how to strengthen your group performance and hone your personal effectiveness with this intimate, interactive experience. Register your team at: ChiefExecutive.Net/TeamGenius
Earlier this year, Patrick Lencioni got frustrated. The author of some of the best-selling business books of all time, including The Five Dysfunctions of a Team and The Advantage, had just finished a webinar with 70 …

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The World’s Richest People (Top Billionaires, 2021)

With a net worth of roughly $90 billion, Jeff Bezos, the founder, and CEO of Amazon is the wealthiest person in the world, followed by Elon R Musk ($70 billion), Bill Gates ($132 billion); and Bernard Arnault ($114 billion). Every year various magazines put out the names of the richest people with an enormous bank balance. The list includes self-made billionaires, heirs of family fortunes, to business tycoons who have made a lasting impact on the population.Mark Zuckerberg is the fifth-richest person in the world, with $104 billion. Warren Buffett ranked 6th with a personal wealth of $87.6 billion, followed by Larry Page with $82.4 billion. …

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3 Tips for Improving Your Spend Management

Managing business expenses is often a tedious process, but it’s absolutely necessary to ensure the financial wellbeing of your company. Traditional methods of expense management have included tools like expense reports, which include business-related spending data and saved receipts. In these circumstances, employees are often waiting weeks to be reimbursed for purchases, which can create unnecessary financial stress.Spend management is the practice of managing all supplier relationships and organizational purchasing to track every dollar that is spent in real-time. This process integrates and automates all spend-related activities to ensure that buying occurs as planned and suppliers get paid …

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The Year In Press Freedom: 10 Urgent Cases Of Journalism Under Attack

Before the Covid-19 pandemic emerged, journalists worldwide regularly faced threats in carrying out their work. From the dangers of reporting in conflict zones to retaliatory measures inflicted by corrupt leaders, these professionals risk their lives to reveal the truth.The health crisis that spread throughout 2020 added a layer of difficulty. Journalists around the world have fought harder to obtain and expose information about authorities’ response to the coronavirus, and detention conditions heighten jailed journalists’ risk of contracting coronavirus.
At least 207 press freedom violations in 2020 related to the pandemic, according to research from the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ). These included …

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How To Move Fast And Confront Failure As A New Entrepreneur

Positivity CEO. I coach executives & teams through developmental dialogue to make shifts so their authentic presence will emerge & flourish.

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New entrepreneurs can gain much insight from those who have gone before on the topic of failure and decision making.
In his 2005 Stanford commencement speech, Steve Jobs spoke about connecting the dots, the idea that before you decide to do some things you have to choose to implement some of your decisions without knowing exactly where they will lead you. You cannot know what will happen, and this is the world’s gift for the future. Your intention, your will …

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The World’s Most Powerful Countries For 2021, Ranked

Unsurprisingly, the United States has retained its spot as the most powerful country in the world for 2021, according to an annual ranking by the CEOWORLD magazine, which is based on perceived power and influence. The report describes the U.S. as the “most dominant economic and military power in the world.” America also has a large cultural impact on the world because of how its popular culture is expressed in music, movies, books, and TV shows.Some might say power is all about the political prowess of a nation, while others point out the strong military and defense system. However, …

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How to educate your children during coronavirus

Coronavirus has created a mess in all people’s lives, turning them upside down. People work from their homes while others have to change their primary source of income. At the same time schools are close in many countries, and kids have to stay at home with their parents. How can you keep your children busy for so many hours, and how can you spend some quality time with them? No matter whether you have a babysitter or whether you have to handle them yourself, you need to have a variety of activities that will prove interesting for them. Here …

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How To Skip The Resolutions And Crush 2021

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Ah, resolutions. Those aspirational wishes made in the heady glow of the new year, when anything seems possible.
And it’s no wonder we do it: the promise of 365 days to accomplish your goals—whether they include losing that stubborn 10 (okay, Covid-19) pounds you gained, writing your novel, or launching your business—seems like an awesome way to kickstart 2021.
The only problem? Making resolutions is easy; keeping them is tough.
Research shows that most of us are doomed to fail at our pledges, especially as time goes on: while about three-quarters of people stick to their New Year’s …

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