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Overcome Knowledge Gaps By Becoming “Unstuck” (Guest: Craig Lemasters)

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Episode 1.44: Over the past year, change has rapidly been thrust upon us at an unheard-of rate -and it’s not that there’s a lack of information out there – in fact, there is SO much information available to us, many of us are in a state of decision fatigue. In short, we’re “stuck”. Information overload creates “paralysis by analysis,” and that sense of overwhelm can leave us with an inability to pivot when we need to most. Happily, in this episode, we are joined by Craig Lemasters, CEO of GXG consultancy and the author of Unstuck: How to Unlock and Activate the Wisdom of Others, Here, he'll explain:

• What it means to be "stuck";

• How knowledge gaps impact our ability to succeed in new ventures;

• How COVID-19 has impacted our tendency to become stuck; and

• Steps you can take to become "unstuck"!

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Craig Lemasters

   Leadership  


“The spirit of reciprocity is alive and well -- if you ask people in the right way, in the right organized, thoughtful way, they will share every ounce of their wisdom with you."

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As a creative, persuasive communications professional with extensive experience guiding projects from concept through completion Jacqui has produced custom communications for some of the world's best known brands. Producing ProjectHR has been one of her favorite ways to engage and delight HR and Labor Relations professionals!

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