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Effectiveness Starts at the Top: Best Practices for Presidents and CEOs

By on Thursday, September 10, 2020

Steve Jobs. Jeff Bezos. Indra Nooyi. Meg Whitman. Mark Zuckerberg. Elon Musk. Bill Gates. The names of well-known CEOs jump off the page at us and immediately bring to mind the companies they represent. You can’t think of Steve Jobs without thinking of Apple. Despite dying almost a decade ago, his influence on the Apple […]

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Follow the Evidence: Keeping Research Relevant in Turbulent Times

By on Thursday, August 27, 2020

At MRG, we love research. It is essential to what we do, and it allows us to provide evidence-based advice and insights to our community. We stand by the information we share and do everything possible to ensure that our research insights are accurate and relevant. There are two essential components to holding ourselves to […]

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What’s on Your Mind? 3 Topics Trending in Challenging Times

By on Thursday, August 6, 2020

While I joined the MRG team just a few years ago, MRG itself has been working with coaches around the world for nearly 35 years, developing a network that’s not only broad, but is also incredibly close-knit. One of the benefits of having so many close relationships has been hearing from friends around the world […]

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Why measure motivation?

By on Thursday, July 23, 2020

There are assessments measuring a vast array of things: behavior, skills, EQ, personality, and many more. Lately, as many people are reexamining their world and their place within it, measuring motivation – which MRG does using the Individual Directions Inventory™ (IDI™) – seems to have gained some momentum. Measuring motivation helps a person understand themselves […]

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What Fast-Learning Leaders do Differently

By on Thursday, July 9, 2020

“The only thing that interferes with my learning is my education.” – Albert Einstein Albert Einstein was famously self-deprecating when referring to his own intelligence. He insisted that he was not a genius, but that he merely sat with questions longer and relied more on his imagination than knowledge. When Einstein’s brain was dissected at […]

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Webinar Wrap-Up: Is there a recipe for a more satisfying life?

By on Thursday, June 18, 2020

Satisfaction. As our personal and professional worlds have been turned upside down these last few months, many of us find ourselves at a point of reevaluation and reflection. How satisfying was the balance of my life before the world was put on pause? How do I seek a more satisfying balance in the future? This […]

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