• Thierault
    Sharpening The Saw

    By Kurt Theriault Over the course of a year, I sit individually, in group settings, or both with over 300 unique business owners or leaders in the Twin Cities market. It is an absolute honor, hoot, and...

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  • Bill Mills
    Becoming A Head Coach

    By Bill Mills Larry Wilson, founder of Wilson Learning and creator of Counsellor Selling, was a dear friend of mine. Sharing a meal with Larry was always fun and always educational. One meal that sticks in my...

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  • Roshini Rajkumar
    The WOW!! List: Appreciation is Good Leadership

    By Roshini Rajkumar Thank. Gift. Challenge. In this month, honoring St. Valentine and all things love, take a moment to think about how you show appreciation to the people in your world. Honestly, how would you rate...

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  • Lisa M. Lamm Bachman
    Will It Be A Happy New Year For Employers? … Stay Tuned.

    By Lisa Lamm Bachman During the last eight years of President Obama’s tenure, employers encountered a number of regulatory changes. Now that we have survived another holiday season and an unprecedented election, January will introduce the potential...

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  • Bill Mills
    Anger: The Misunderstood Request

    By Bill Mills Leaders do not come in all shapes and sizes. Leaders come in only one classification: human. Humans get angry, and leaders need to understand it, what causes it and how to move beyond it....

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  • Christopher Haugen
    Independent Contractor Or Employee – Revisiting The Distinction In Light Of Rising Incentives To Misclassify Workers

    By Christopher J. Haugen “With certain new worker protections already in place, and with a clear trend toward increasing those protections, the appeal to classify workers as independent contractors undoubtedly increases.” When employers hire an individual to...

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  • Kurt Theriault
    That’s So Cub!

    By Kurt Theriault The Chicago Cubs provide a case study on how to build a winning, successful organization. Four lessons you can pull forward for your team or organization. Frequently the sports world will hand deliver lessons...

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  • Roshini Rajkumar
    The Wow! List: Your Equation Matters

    By Roshini Rajkumar Seek Connect Relate How you add new people to your world or guide others to do the same, could be summed up by one of two words: transactional or relational. The word transactional connotes...

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  • Bill Mills
    Rethinking Customer Experience

    By Bill Mills I have a friend who has completely disrupted mental models around customer experience (which must never be confused with customer service). Lou Carbone is the author of “Clued In,” and the founder of Experience...

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