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Ownership. How to Transform Compliance into Commitment

by Lindsay Bragg
Lindsay Bragg Lindsay is a Communications Specialist at InsideOut Development and holds a degree in Public Relations from Brigham Young University. She’s also worked as a newspaper reporter and account director at a PR agency. When she’s not researching or writing great content on nearly every HR topic under the sun, she volunteers teaching leadership skills to children and adults with disabilities at an equine assisted therapy center.

Accountability Matters

In 2012, The Harvard Business Review published the results of a study that said nearly 1 in 2 managers (46% to be exact)...

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"Yes, and..." What Coaching and Improv Comedy Have in Common

by Lindsay Bragg
Lindsay Bragg Lindsay is a Communications Specialist at InsideOut Development and holds a degree in Public Relations from Brigham Young University. She’s also worked as a newspaper reporter and account director at a PR agency. When she’s not researching or writing great content on nearly every HR topic under the sun, she volunteers teaching leadership skills to children and adults with disabilities at an equine assisted therapy center.

As part of my high school speech and debate team, we were also required to compete with an improv troupe…and I dreaded it. I was an introverted...

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The Talent Shortage

by Cindy Holtom
Cindy Holtom Cindy is a seasoned designer with experience in brand creation, campaign strategy, event design, and product development. She delights in creating meaningful experiences for her clients and their customers, and is always jumping from podcasts to audiobooks, devouring ideas. She lives in Salt Lake City with her husband and 2 dogs. She loves to be outdoors and experience new perspectives.

Somewhere in your mind you’ve imagined the perfect turn-key employee. They parachute out of the sky and hit the ground running with no onboarding,...

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10 Tips for Top Coaches

by Pivot Point
Pivot Point InsideOut Development is the world leader in workplace coaching. Quite simply, we help clients hold the conversations that energize people, motivate action, and lead to better—even incredible—business performance. PivotPoint is the voice of the InsideOut Development blog. We hope you’ll find inspiration to act as a “pivot point” in your trajectory (be it personal or professional) and to fuel your everyday breakthroughs.

Coaching a team can be taxing whether you’re a catechumen or a connoisseur. These 10 tips can keep your team on track and moving forward.

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4 Sneaky Great Leadership Lessons from Michael Scott

by Michael Rutkowski
Michael Rutkowski Michael Rutkowski is all about growth. Over his career he intentionally joined companies that make a difference in helping people and organizations grow, and has been blessed to play a driving role in three different education and coaching companies as they scaled from being startups to global leaders in the power of learning. It is no coincidence that he now serves as InsideOut Development’s VP of Marketing. He lives in Lehi, Utah with his wife, 2 children, and 2 dogs. He believes in the healing power of cooking good food, and is a competitive axe thrower on the side.

It’s no surprise that rumors of an Office reboot are swirling. The Office connected with people in a way that transcended most television shows...

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6 Traits of Coachable People and How to Spot Them

by Lindsay Bragg
Lindsay Bragg Lindsay is a Communications Specialist at InsideOut Development and holds a degree in Public Relations from Brigham Young University. She’s also worked as a newspaper reporter and account director at a PR agency. When she’s not researching or writing great content on nearly every HR topic under the sun, she volunteers teaching leadership skills to children and adults with disabilities at an equine assisted therapy center.

Call it “teachable fit.” Call it “emotional intelligence.” Call it “soft skills,” but don’t call it optional. These monikers all fit under the...

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Advice from a Remote Worker

by Nicole Price
Nicole Price Nicole Price is the CEO of Lively Paradox, a leadership development and consulting company. She is also the co-author of the book "The Power of Seven Second Chances" and part of the anthology "Cultivating Culture." Nicole's best job ever is being a mother to her son.

Anyone who works outside of a traditional office is considered a remote worker. In the five years I’ve worked remotely, I have developed a few...

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3 Mistakes All Managers Make and How to Fix Them

by Bill Bennett
Bill Bennett Bill Bennett is a seasoned executive with more than 30 years of leadership experience, including 15 years in the training industry. As the former division president of FranklinCovey, Bill was responsible for all FranklinCovey operations worldwide for the Organizational Solutions Business Unit. Prior to FranklinCovey, Bill was president of two software firms—Power Quest and Folio—each of which received numerous awards for business performance, product superiority, and employee relations. Bill began his career at IBM and spent 15 years with the company in a variety of management roles.

All managers make mistakes. Some make mistakes because their intentions are wrong—they want more power or ego—but most of us lead with the best of...

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Holding Meetings That Connect with Remote Workers

by Shani Magosky
Shani Magosky Shani Magosky is a sought after executive coach and organizational effectiveness consultant. Her broad experience in a number of industries and senior managerial roles allows her to connect with executives and teams on multiple levels to help them achieve their unique goals. In her leisure time, Shani enjoys rock climbing, practicing yoga, skiing, hiking, riding her Harley, and rooting for her beloved Miami Hurricanes. She is also a certified hatha yoga instructor who teaches yoga to under-served youth.

If you’ve ever held or attended a virtual meeting, then the latest Tripp and Tyler satire, a Zoom ad entitled Video Conference Call in Real Life,...

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5 Tips For Overcoming Leadership Blind Spots

by Bob Parsons
Bob Parsons Bob Parsons is a highly trained Executive Coach and Talent Development Professional with over 30 years of experience helping clients take strategic action on their business initiatives. Bob has also taught at the University of Minnesota and St. Thomas University’s school of engineering. A former DJ and current Santa-for-hire, Bob lives in Apple Valley, Minnesota with his awesome wife of 31 years and his three great kids. His favorite super hero is The Flash and Mr. Incredible.

As an executive coach I often say, “The first step to recovery is awareness.”

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