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The 8020Info Water Cooler

Our newsletter is created to keep you abreast of some of the latest news and information of interest to small businesses, non-profits and public sector organizations. Water coolers are often the place where the best ideas are shared and we hope this newsletter — which we publish every three weeks — can serve a similar function in our own communities.

 

Vol-19_No-14_Oct_07-2019 October 6th, 2019

In this 8020Info Water Cooler we share tips on a better way to manage incoming email, recruiting that emphasizes meaningful work, 14 Amazon growth principles, using psychology around deadlines, and building your team’s grit to push through uncertainty and risk. Enjoy!

Try The Stack Method For Managing Email
Recruiting: Meaningful Work vs. Lower Pay
Beware Of Success Disease
Psychology-Based Tips To Meet Deadlines
The List: Amazon’s 14 Growth Principles
Build Grit To Push Through Risk, Uncertainty and Fear

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Vol-19_No-13_Sept_16-2019 September 15th, 2019

In this 8020Info Water Cooler we focus on getting your week off to a productive start, delegating to overloaded subordinates, digital design for seniors, thinking more, doing less, and campaigning to succeed with change initiatives. Enjoy!

Making Mondays More Productive
Addressing Subordinate Overload
Do Less, Think More
Try Shadowing With Job Candidates
Designing Digital for Seniors
Plan For Resistance To Change


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Vol-19_No-12_Aug_26-2019 August 25th, 2019

In this 8020Info Water Cooler we look at finding the balance between challenging and supporting your team, the 10 stories leaders tell, a case for consistency, how marketing aligns with sensitivity to time and money, and usability rules to help improve customer interactions. . Enjoy!

The Challenge-Support Ratio
How People Decide To Purchase
Consistently Be Consistent
Tips For Remote Teams
The List: 10 Stories Leaders Tell
Check Your Client Interactions

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Vol-19_No-11_Aug_05-2019 August 5th, 2019

In this 8020Info Water Cooler we focus on marketing to the primal brain, recruiting mistakes that leave you with second-best candidates, discovery questions to ask other leaders, and an approach to help teams that are stuck by creating psychological safety and focusing on workability. Enjoy!

Marketing To The Primal Brain
The Most Expensive Mistake In Recruiting
Leaders And Followers, Differences And Similarities
Think Before You Respond
Questions To Ask Other Leaders
Putting Humpty Dumpty Together Again


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Vol-19_No-10_July_15-2019 July 14th, 2019

In this 8020Info Water Cooler we focus on making customer interactions easy, using experiments to introduce change, tips on delegation, standing behind staff, and why highly efficient leaders fail. Enjoy!

Make It Easy To Deal With You
The Passion Pit For Social Agencies
Why Highly Efficient Leaders Fail
Stand With People When They Mess Up
The List: Five Delegation Tips
Approach Change With An Experimental Mindset

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