What’s Judy Reading? 2017-02-03T13:33:57+00:00

Don’t Just Talk, Be Heard | David Levin

David Levin is filling the gap between perception and intention as he asks you to communicate more consciously. The outcome is to be heard, and to be better leaders in the room, no matter where [...]

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QBQ! The Question Behind the Question | John G. Miller

John Miller’s book is short and sweet and focuses on the components of questions to build accountability. The ease of the elements are driven toward a relationship-based community – both inside your organization and with [...]

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Cultural Change Through Measurable Management | Robin Byrne

Robin Byrne isn’t a lawyer or even experienced in professional services. However, she caught me with this statement, “organizations that struggle with change basically have a problem with culture.” As law firms invest more in [...]

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Procrastinate on Purpose | Rory Vaden

Rory Vaden discusses 5 permissions that will free you from “not enough time.” They are simple in concept and like most ideas, more challenging to implement. These five choices - eliminate, automate, delegate, procrastinate, and [...]

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