Julie Winkle Giulioni is the author of “Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go: Career Conversations Employees Want,” with Bev Kaye. Giulioni has spent the past 25 years improving performance through learning. She consults with organizations to develop and deploy innovative instructional designs and training worldwide. You can learn more about her consulting, speaking and blog at JulieWinkleGiulioni.com.
Leaders need to make sure meetings deliver maximum value and don't take over everyone's schedules.
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Striving for work-life blur requires a new mindset -- and a new way of measuring progress.
Since too much of a good thing is still too much, leaders need to check themselves and their behavior on a regular basis.
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