In The Turn

Category: The Journey
3 Strategies for Dealing with the Uncomfortable Parts of Leadership
My husband and I took a two-week motorcycle trip out west in August.  With plenty of seat time to think, I discovered four unex...
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The Greatest Potential Lies in the Less Obvious
My husband and I just got back from a two-week motorcycle trip. With plenty of seat time to think, I discovered four unexpected leadership lessons ...
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We Grow Most When We Are Challenged: Practical Ways to Expand Your Leadership Skills For the Next Normal
My husband and I just got back from a two-week motorcycle trip, riding the backroads of some of the most beautiful states in our cou...
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4 Unexpected Ways to Navigate the Next Normal
One of the most important leadership lessons I ever learned happened a decade ago when, in a moment of insanity, I agreed to get on ...
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Creating a Culture of Try: 4 Ways to Encourage Creativity and Get Better Ideas from Yourself and Others
Thinking creatively and fostering creativity in others is no longer an optional skill for leaders. It’s not just something we need if we are in cer...
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Getting It Done: Three Steps to Goal-Setting Success (BONUS) 90-Day Action Plan Worksheet
I have a friend who says he doesn’t like to write, he likes to have written. The truth is, he loves to write, but not as much as he loves the satis...
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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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A Maharaja, a Magician and a Tiger: Leadership Lessons from the Most Unexpected Places
My husband and I recently returned from a trip to India, a captivating place that is an explosion of vivid sights, sounds and smells. From the Taj ...
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