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Endsight Blog: Leadership, Productivity, Technology

These articles are published by Endsight, a local managed IT services and technical support firm with offices in Berkeley and Napa, serving the Greater San Francisco Bay Area and beyond.

We believe that your computer systems help your people and organization thrive. Because a great IT support experience goes deeper than best practices in technology, we also cover topics such as leadership and employee productivity.

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Top 10 Corporate Holiday Videos of 2020

What a strange year we've had. But we made it to the end! And that is something to be grateful for. This time eight years ago, the Mayan calendar spelled doom, but things are looking up. I guess all we can do is shake off the dust of 2020 and just keep going. That is the attitude of the companies..

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7 Simple Tips for Better Virtual Meetings

Now that your professional identity is temporarily confined to a small square of video, how can you ensure that you stand out in the digital sea of other talking heads? The easiest way is to look and sound better than the rest of them. I can’t tell you how to have content that turns heads, but it’s..

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3 Hiring Strategy Practices You Should Consider Implementing

Most all of us who have ever hired an employee know the heartache and pain that comes along with making a bad hire. According to a survey by Leadership IQ, 46% of hires fail by the 18-month mark - almost half! You can either be on the high end of that percentage or the lower end. It all depends on..

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Cybersecurity Threat: The Dunning Kruger Effect

The most overlooked cybersecurity threat is our own psychology. With network security policies, spam filters, and firewalls as your first line of defense, all that is left is our own irrational humanity. One psychological phenomenon, The Dunning Kruger Effect, is at the heart of most all..

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What Is the Balance in Your Trust Account?

Every interaction you have with someone is either building trust or tarnishing trust. A great way to look at it is through the metaphor of emotional bank accounts. Steven Covey’s book, The Speed of Trust outlines this concept very well. Every interaction either deposits trust or withdraws trust.

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Why Task-Oriented Leaders Lose Talent

It's 2002. I’m 26 and fired-up. I have a brand new MBA diploma on the wall and have been promoted to my first management job leading a small consulting team. I’m ready to win. I have a sense of urgency, and I know exactly how to get results: I’m going to grind! I’m going to load everyone up with..

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