2019 Archive

Your leadership plan needs an overhaul.

Why does your leadership plan need an overhaul? It’s not working. That’s why. But don’t just take our word for it. Take a look at some proof gathered ‘round the Internet. And, sure, we know that everything online is not …

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Stop chasing butterflies...

“Happiness is like a butterfly: the more you chase it, the more it will elude you, but if you turn your attention to other things, it will come and sit softly on your shoulder…” — Henry David Thoreau

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3 reasons leadership development programs (usually) fail:

Why do only 30% of our nation’s employers have leadership development plans in place, and only 5% have fully-implemented development at all levels of their organization? Well, it’s not for lack of trying.

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THE LIFE OF A CUP.

In order to be in your “Element,” it’s not enough to be good at something; you must also be passionate about it. A lot of people are good at things they care nothing about...

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THE MAGIC OF UNDERSTANDING OTHERS

A majority of leaders will tell you that conflict management is one of the most difficult things they have to accept and address on a daily basis. Take a look at how you can learn a few tricks of the trade and become mor…

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Lead where you are.

It's tempting sometimes to think that you need to be “in charge” to be a leader...

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Creativity Is A Curious Thing

We live our lives absorbing information so that we can know more, but how do we increase our imagination on a daily basis?

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Time to gush a little...

Today, we’re celebrating FOUR organizations that have recently partnered with Wildsparq to help strengthen their culture, develop stronger teams, and engage their leaders in a simple, scalable way!

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5 REASONS YOU SHOULD BE CELEBRATING AT WORK

Raise that glass, turn up the walk-out music, get one of those ridiculous confetti-cannons, splurge on the seven-layer cake, and let’s celebrate! It works! Try it and see for yourself.

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Resolve to live a better story.

Less than 50% of people who make New Year’s resolutions actually stick to them and are able to accomplish the goals they set for themselves. Why is that?

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