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    5 Tips to Being an Unstoppable Leader

    Being a leader is hard. Being an unstoppable leader is even harder. But the extra effort delivers a high return on investment.

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    The Mark of a Professional

    If you close your eyes right now and conjure up an image of the ideal professional, what would he or she look like? What does this person’s voice sound like? How does this person carry themselves?

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    Let’s Talk About Workplace Bullying

    Bullying in the workplace affects roughly 40% of professionals and often leads to decreased productivity, negative work environments, and poor employees health. Why then is it such a pervasive problem in today's office spaces?

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    Making Your Calendar Work For You

    Time is precious and limited in today's digital world. How can you maximize your time each day, check all of the boxes, and avoid burnout?

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    Tips to Push Past Career Insecurities

    At some point every professional has had a moment of self-doubt mixed with the fear that all of their responsibilities will come crumbling down around them.

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    What Commercial Real Estate Leaders can Learn From NASA's "Monday Notes"

    Lessons learned from NASA leader can help you with "out of this world" team results.

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    Sexual Harassment Policy in a Post-Weinstein World

    With movements like #MeToo and Time's Up headlining every news outlet, there's no room to hide from the topic of sexual harassment. Here's how companies can deal with this sensitive topic in a post- Harvey Weinstein world.

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    4 Ways to Build an Effective Team

    Most jobs require effective teamwork at least some of the time. Property management requires it all of the time. Fostering successful collaboration between so many different types of people can be tricky, but is vital to managing your portfolio.

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    Should You Critique Your Boss?

    Sometimes known as “upward feedback”, allowing the space for performance evaluation to flow from employee to boss is highly valuable to effective leadership and job satisfaction. The problem is, many managers and/or companies don’t openly welcome this.

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    Bridging the Workplace Age Gap

    For the first time, there are five generations represented in the workplace. The combination of a booming workforce and people living longer has culminated in the most diverse, and potentially contentious, professional landscape we have ever seen.

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