3 Everyday Leadership Lessons for Managers

A note from ExchangeGain’s editor: Leadership lessons are often folded into life’s events. It’s simply a matter of stopping long enough to observe what is offered to us no matter the event. Achim reminds us all of this simple truth using the violence at a school in Decatur, Georgia. I never watch Anderson […] Read moreRead More»

What Does It Mean to Choose2Matter?

For several months now, I’ve been writing posts about the potential of today’s young people to change the world, particularly with guidance from today’s business leaders. I’ve introduced you to some young people who have made a big splash with their efforts to solve real problems facing the world. Now, I want to share with […] Read moreRead More»

3 Signs Members of Your Team Do Not Know How to Collaborate

Editor’s note: The following post was written by Anonymous. Ted merely facilitated the means to get the story out so that we all can learn from the person’s experience. You can see another article written by this same author HERE. Collaboration is a great idea. In a collaborative environment good ideas and projects have the opportunity […] Read moreRead More»


7 Ways to Win Against Challenges at Work

Editor’s Note: This article is a sequel to Irene’s previous post, Winning the Race with Wolves published yesterday. Think of wolves as a metaphor for the challenges we face at work and in our personal lives. Five Hungry Wolves (financial challenges, communication breakdowns, personal challenges, interpersonal conflicts, stress-related problems) are chasing even the best and […] Read moreRead More»

Satisfaction at Work Is Not Enough

Workplace satisfaction, a measure that assesses employees’ perception that their needs are met at work, is an incomplete measure. For years organizations have sought to find answers to their employee satisfaction questions in the now ubiquitous assessment. I conclude that the answers have been elusive or short lived given the current state of our workplaces. […] Read moreRead More»

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