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tagged “Leadership”

You're about to break my trust

If you're using yesterday's mindset, tools, and leadership techniques, you might be at risk of breaking the trust those have placed in you. It's not because you mean to. But that matters little to the person whose trust is broken. And it doesn't stop the cascade of negative effects you'll...

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Are you lost? Follow your fear.

What if I told you that the way you experience fear should be a positive reaction and not a negative? What if I told you the definition you were given to explain the idea of fear was wrong? What if I told you fear was the thing you’re supposed to find...

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How To Prepare For Ransomware & Complex Malware Infections

During this webinar, Jason Sgro, our security practice manager, focuses on the four “I’s” of identification, isolation, inoculation, and immunization used by ATOM’s incident response team. We discussed common defense strategies and expert tips about how to control active infections, developing your inoculation process and the importance of converting your...

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ATOM Joins Webinar on Cloud Security

Security Practice Manager and ATOM Partner Jason Sgro joined the team at Axis Business Solutions to discuss cloud security, organizational maturity and risk management in this one hour webinar. To view the webinar: Click here During this webinar, Axis Director of Microsoft Platforms Jeff Forsythe had a detailed converstion with Jason...

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Ever Feel Like A Fake? It Might Be A Good Thing.

Ever feel like a fake? You’re not alone—and it might not be a bad thing. Imposter Syndrome is a condition that affects high performing leaders, founders, and especially generalists, who tend to incorrectly measure themselves against experts (more on that here). They often feel this when they take on new tasks, get a...

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Great leaders read and travel.

One of the complaints I hear from hiring managers about aspiring leaders and newly minted MBAs is that their knowledge was gained in a prescriptive format, through a classroom. They lack the refinement and practicality that experience provides. I’m often asked what we can do to expedite the refinement of this knowledge, besides...

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You do a lot, but are you getting anything done? Three strategies for escaping time poverty.

Time is a resource, and not a renewable one. It is finite, fleeting, and precious. We expend it to accomplish everything, dedicating great troves of it to building relationships, discovering truths and creating ideas. It is therefore surprising how little attention we give to managing it effectively. Many of us fail to develop the...

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