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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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How to Quiet Your Inner Critic and Hear Your Inner Voice
Day in and day out, countless thoughts and storylines run through our minds. These complex narratives are focused primarily on ourselves and our in...
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Now Is the Time to Act: Three Ways You Can Make a Difference
Like most everyone else, I've not slept a lot these past two weeks. What happened to George Floyd is anguishing. It's just unfathomable that this c...
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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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What's Going on Out There? How to Use Sensemaking to See What's Coming and Make Sound Decisions
I love puzzles. There's something very rewarding about sorting through a pile of pieces, spotting patterns, making matches and putting it all toget...
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The Reflective Leader: How Slowing Down is the Fastest Way to Increase Your Effectiveness
There was a time when my days were a mad dash from start to finish. I sprinted out the door every morning, took my children to school, raced to mee...
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What Every Leader Needs to Know About Letting Go Without Losing Control
Great leaders know when and how to let go without losing control. I was reminded of this timeless truth and how crucial it is to let go of the reig...
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Leading with Candor: Three Ways High-Performing Teams Say What Needs to Be Said
“I don’t want to offend them.” I’ve heard this rationale many times from leaders who were unwilling to be candid with others. Perhaps you’ve though...
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