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rationalization and redirection

Rationalization and Redirection, and Leadership

As a business leader, are you prone to rationalization and redirection, or are you exercising true leadership? Rationalization: It’s easy to fall into the rationalization trap. Your colleague or predecessor took action which you view as inappropriate.  There may have been repercussions, but not as severe as you would have hoped, and the outcome was […]

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professional reputation

How to Destroy Your Professional Reputation in 7 Easy Steps

Do you take your professional reputation for granted? Do you assume that others share the image you have of yourself? You might see yourself as the “joker,” or the “by the numbers” person, the “peacemaker,” the “ideas person,” the “kid” or the “father figure.” But others may see you very differently. And its the perceptions […]

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management ABCs

M is for Manipulation and Other Management ABCs

We all need something to make us smile; something different, once in awhile. So invest the time now, if you please, to review the management ABCs. Give your brain a gentle jog, and enjoy this eccentric management blog.   A is for Attention. Pay attention to details. The business ignored by leadership is the business that derails. […]

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manipulation tactics

Manipulation Tactics: Ten Traps and How to Avoid Them

In business, manipulation tactics can be subtle or blatant. They can be a part of cultural norms, or press uncomfortably into the realm of the unacceptable. We can argue that almost all of business, indeed almost all of life has elements of  manipulation. A good report card might net an ice cream sundae for an […]

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