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How to Give Bad News

Destination Innovation

The post How to Give Bad News appeared first on Destination Innovation. You need to prepare well, take your time and show empathy. Try to see the situation from their point of view. This is one the most important tests of your leadership and communication skills.

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Post-Vacation Blues? Here’s How to Cope.

Harvard Business Review

In this article, the author shares insights from two experts on how to boost your motivation and feel more confident about returning to work. Call it the post-vacation paradox: Instead of feeling recharged and refreshed upon returning to work after a break, you’re drained and struggling to regain your drive.

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How to Create Value from Nothing

IdeaScale

Doing nothing fuels creativity and innovation, but that fuel is wasted if you don’t put it to use. Idleness clears the mind, allowing fresh ideas to emerge, but those ideas must be acted upon to create value. Why is doing something with that fuel so difficult? Don’t blame the status quo. The moment we

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How to Discuss the Undiscussables on Your Team

Harvard Business Review

In this article, the author explains how to spot the classic signs of undiscussables — meetings marked by quick consensus, a lack of productive debate, or uneven participation — and offers strategies on how to uncover those unexpressed thoughts and feelings to help your team work more productively.

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How To Get Promoted In Product Management

Speaker: John Mansour

We'll cover both career tracks and provide tips on how to position yourself for success in the one that's right for you. If you're looking to advance your career in product management, there are more options than just climbing the management ladder.

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How to Salvage a Useful Process That Isn’t Working Anymore

Harvard Business Review

Using the reimplementation of a surgical checklist at Singapore General Hospital as an example, this article explains how to conduct a reimplementation. They may then decide to redesign and reimplement the process.

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How to Become a More Empathetic Listener

Harvard Business Review

When the subject of how to be a good listener comes up, psychologists often talk about the value of “perspective-taking” — that is, projecting ourselves into the lives of those we’re listening to. Perspective-getting boosts mutual understanding, improves relationships, and helps people discover common ground.

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How to Easily Navigate Crypto Accounting in the Web3 Era

Speaker: Aaron Jacob, VP of Accounting Solutions & Reagan Cook, GTM Lead

Industry experts Aaron Jacob and Reagan Cook of TaxBit will thoroughly explore the prevalent operational hurdles encountered by accounting teams when interacting with crypto on the books, and detail how software solutions can effectively tackle these challenges.

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How to Optimize the Developer Experience for Monumental Impact

Speaker: Anne Steiner and David Laribee

To understand how a great DX can contribute not only to the well-being of our development teams, but also to the broader objectives of product success and customer satisfaction, we first need to understand the relationship between DX and the Product Manager Experience!

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Navigating the Automation Landscape: Selecting Tools That Fit Your Business

Speaker: Gary Dmitriev

Join Gary Dmitriev to learn how to leverage automation effectively while ensuring sustainable growth and both customer and employee satisfaction. We’ll also address the critical issue of innovation fatigue, offering tips on maintaining enthusiasm and momentum for new initiatives.

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How to Find and Test Assumptions in Product Development

Watch this webinar with Laura Klein, product manager and author of Build Better Products, to learn how to spot the unconscious assumptions which you’re basing decisions on and guidelines for validating (or invalidating) your ideas. Assumptions mapping is the process of identifying and testing your riskiest ideas.

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How to Build Data Experiences for End Users

Download the eBook to learn about How to Build Data Experiences for End Users. Data fluent: Users can go beyond insights and instinct to communicate, collaborate, tell stories, and drive ideas to make decisions based on data.

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How to Package and Price Embedded Analytics

How much value could you add? This framework explains how application enhancements can extend your product offerings. Just by embedding analytics, application owners can charge 24% more for their product. Brought to you by Logi Analytics.

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Leading the Development of Profitable and Sustainable Products

Speaker: Jason Tanner

We’ll explore how to shift from ambiguous descriptions of value to economic modeling of customer benefits to identify value exchange choices that enable a profitable pricing model. Discover how to design and evolve profit streams over time, focusing on solution sustainability, economic sustainability, and relationship sustainability.

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How to Leverage Behavioral Science Insights for Direct Mail Success

Speaker: Neal Boornazian, President and Nancy Harhut, Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer - HBT Marketing

Explore the keys to increasing your measurable results, and leave this webinar with a competitive advantage that lets you easily boost your engagement and response rates!