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Stop managing, start leading [Perspectives recap]

Leadership is complex. Rather than complain about what’s not working, we wanted to turn our attention to how we can help leaders at every level get it right.

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Recognition recipes for leaders

3 min read

Recognition makes employees feel a heightened sense of belonging and value. It costs almost nothing, but it can be priceless in terms of the morale and motivation it can produce. And it isn’t reserved for manager-to-direct reporting relationships.

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Creating an Optimal Leadership Experience

2 min read

In our work, we experience a variety of conditions that can produce a range of outcomes. This can happen when our activity level, focus, stimulation, or other factors are too much, too little, or just right.

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9 common management challenges and how to overcome them

9 min read

With the rise of remote and hybrid workplaces, along with the growing share of employees demanding deeper connections, greater recognition, and a sense of shared purpose from their job than ever before, more organizations are realizing the value and importance of the simple one-on-one. 

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The Leadership Inspection Checklist

2 min read

I’ve been leading people in organizations large and small for some 30 years. Not once has anybody inspected my leadership abilities using a formalized checklist. What would such a checklist even measure?

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What’s love got to do with work? (Perspectives webinar recap)

6 min read

For some, the term ‘love’ has no place at work. For others, it’s why they show up to work at all. I invited a diverse group of experts to join me on the latest installment of the Perspectives webinar series to discuss.

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Making time for leadership

2 min read

There’s a natural rhythm to work – from our five-year plans to our jam-packed workdays and everything in between.

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PI Inspire - Relationship Guide

Mend employee conflict and build trust with PI’s Relationship Guide.

3 min read

The PI Relationship Guide got a recent update. Learn how to compare two employees’ behavioral profiles side by side—now easier than ever.

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This or That: Appreciating our differences

2 min read

Over time, I’ve learned to not only recognize key differences among my co-workers, but to appreciate them as a result. I love to celebrate others’ preferences!

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PI Perform is now generally available for all Predictive Index clients.

3 min read

PI Perform is here, and we’re excited to show you what it can do. Learn what features to expect at launch, plus what’s coming in the future.

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People-first leadership: Make the First Five Minutes count

4 min read

In many organizations, the work dominates the agenda of most meetings. But as leaders, we must also make time for people-related matters.

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What makes a good leader?

9 min read

With the rise of remote and hybrid workplaces, more organizations are realizing the value and importance of the simple one-on-one. 

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Balanced bookshelf: Top leadership reads

4 min read

It’s often said that “leaders are readers.” Leadership is a complex discipline, so this is great advice. If you want to feel confident and be recognized as a next-level leader, you simply have to study the craft.

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“I don’t want to manage people.”

5 min read

Many managers would rather not be people leaders. They don’t know how to manage effectively, and they feel as if their companies aren’t investing enough in developing them as managers. What can these aspiring leaders do?

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Harnessing the power of effective one-on-one meetings

13 min read

With the rise of remote and hybrid workplaces, along with the growing share of employees demanding deeper connections, greater recognition, and a sense of shared purpose from their job than ever before, more organizations are realizing the value and importance of the simple one-on-one. 

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