In The Turn

Category: Neuroscience For Leaders
Letting Go of Perfect: How to Focus Less on Being Flawless and More on Being Fearless
I can't draw. At least that's what I've always told myself. But after years of believing I didn't have any...
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5 Inspiring TED Talks and Books for Leaders
This is a difficult time for everyone, especially leaders. You're doing all you can to help your team and your clients/customers thrive despite th...
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Read to Lead: 5 Books (and Podcasts) That Will Expand Your Thinking
The most successful leaders are lifelong learners. They don’t run from change; they see it as an opportunity to develop new skills. They don’t shri...
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3 Ways to Improve Your Strategic Thinking Skills
Do you remember a game from your childhood where you started with an unrecognizable collection of dots on a page, drew a line between them in just ...
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How to Figure out What Other People are Thinking
“I wonder what she’s thinking…” How many times have you thought that before or after talking with one of your team members? Wouldn’t it be great if...
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Leadership Under Pressure: How to Show Courage, Cunning and Character When It Really Matters
This is Part Two in a series based on my recent trip to India. Part One shared stories of our adventures looking for tigers and the powerful leader...
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The Power of the Question: Get Better Results By Saying Less and Asking More
When was the last time you had an a-ha moment?   Eureka experiences often start the same way – with a question. But as leaders we often ...
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How to Stay Cool Under Pressure
Staying cool under pressure can be one of the tougher parts of leadership. Every day brings a constant flow of conflict, irritations, demands and u...
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