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How Strategic Intelligence Gives Histogen a Leading Edge

Well before COVID-19 became front page news, Richard Pascoe, CEO and President of Histogen, heard about unusual disruptions in materials being delivered by key suppliers in Wuhan, China.   He quickly reached out to his industry connections and across the globe to ask if they…

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Zombie Computer Armies Target Your Work from Home Employees

Zombie Computer Armies Target Your Work from Home Employees

https://vimeo.com/476172521 According to the FBI, reported cyberattacks have increased 300% since COVID forced employees to work from home. While you are working, sleeping and everything in between, malicious botnets (networks of computers), and hackers are relentlessly testing for vulnerabilities that will give access to your…

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3 HR Mistakes to Avoid When Scaling Up

3 HR Mistakes to Avoid When Scaling Up

Leaders of growing companies face relentless, critical and even competing demands to provide vision, resources and strategic focus, all while evoking aligned execution from their team.  Whether a startup, midsize or Fortune 500, organizations that put an early focus on attracting, developing and retaining top…

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Scenario Planning: It’s Not Too Late to Start

3 Common Scenario Planning Questions “The true test of leadership is how well you function in a crisis.” Brian Tracy In an increasingly uncertain world of work, one thing we can celebrate is the end of the phrase – “We’ve always done it that way”. …

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6 Ways to Boost Employee Confidence As You Reopen

6 Ways to Boost Employee Confidence As You Reopen

As COVID-19 restrictions ease, leaders are inviting people back to the workplace. And, not everyone is ready or eager. What we’re hearing is a mixed bag of emotions, with some people excited to go back to their traditional office, others who want to remain virtual…

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Are you the Type of Leader You Would Follow?

Are you the Type of Leader You Would Follow?

People don’t quit their job – they quit their boss and the company culture.  In our current world of 3.6% unemployment, your most valuable skill is your ability to attract and retain top talent.   So, how do you keep your best people?  Recent Gallup research…

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What You May REALLY Be Missing When You Procrastinate

This issue of the High Performance Leadership Podcast is about procrastination. This time around we’re posting a flashback to an episode that ran in January 2012. This is a great time to re-listen to this episode, and we’ll be back on the scene with new…

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When Your Team Jumps Ship

This issue of the High Performance Leadership Podcast is about your team. This time around we’re posting a flashback to an episode that ran in July 2010. This is a great time to re-listen to this episode, and we’ll be back on the scene with…

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Leadership Lessons from Gettysburg

This issue of the High Performance Leadership Podcast is: Leadership Lessons from Gettysburg Podcast Length = 6 minutes, 56 seconds.

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The Progress Principle

This issue of the High Performance Leadership Podcast is: The Progress Principle, with reference to Dan Zadra. Podcast Length = 8 minutes, 26 seconds.

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