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‘Quiet Quitting’ Isn’t All That It Seems

quiet quitting means mom sets boundaries at work

Once upon a time I might have labeled as being part of the “quiet quitting trend”. More than 20 years ago, I moved from my small hometown in upstate New York to Maryland. I was excited to start a new chapter in my life, and I was hired by a small technology company to be the office manager. During the interview process, the director of human resources painted a great picture of my new role:…

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Are You This Type of Leader?

Forty years ago, there was little talk in business about engaging employees, coaching and developing direct reports, or cultivating the company culture.  Many people stayed at the same organization for most of their career. Traditional managers, who were task-oriented and provided a lot of direction but very little inspiration, were tolerated. The command and control style of leadership prevailed. The landscape of the work environment has changed. Employees have more choices, and will leave an…

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