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How to Build a Winning, High Performance Culture – New Chapter in ‘Leadership in Dangerous Situations’

Leadership is Crucial in Dangerous Contexts Professionals working in dangerous industries -- such as the armed forces and emergency services -- face psychological, social, and physical challenges special to leading in high-stakes contexts. The newly released Leadership in Dangerous Situations, Second Edition: A Handbook for the Armed Forces, Emergency Services and First Responders addresses...
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Solving Business Challenges with Salesforce: Four Case Studies

November 3, 2022 in
Check out our guide detailing how to maximize Salesforce value and avoid common Salesforce implementation problems: This guide is written by Rachel Bryars with substantial contributions from Paul Maggiano, Tim Pash, Katie Levy, Neil Penso, and Steven Spaulding. All graphic designs by Nicole Szews. Click the image above or follow this link to read....
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Virtual & Augmented Reality Use in Space Exploration

Contributors: Rachel Bryars and Andrea Pressnell Graphic Design by: Nicole Szews Virtual and augmented reality training are increasingly becoming a necessary cutting-edge component across industries. In addition to gaming, medical, military, and entertainment applications, the space industry also is fast adopting these technologies. From astronaut training to maintenance assistance, extended reality technologies are rapidly...
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Salesforce Data Management Best Practices: Accounts

September 22, 2022 in
Contributed by Katie Levy, HigherEchelon Lead Salesforce Consultant One of the clearest benefits of the Salesforce platform is organizations can keep data in one centralized location, accessible from anywhere with an internet connection. But whether you’re looking to implement Salesforce, just implemented Salesforce, or you’re a seasoned pro, it’s important to understand how critical...
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How to overcome self-sabotage & perform well (whether you are “in the zone” or not)

Contributors: Angie Winter, Ph.D. and Rachel Bryars Think through your typical work week – what are the moments when you feel you need to be “on” and perform well? Most of us have recurring work moments that can be thought of as "performances" -- such as leading a presentation, hosting a meeting, submitting a...
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