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Why Leadership Reflection is The Fastest Way to Increase 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 To Say What Your Team Needs to Hear
“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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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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Achieving Peak Performance: Four Ways to Get and Stay “In Flow”
Think of a time where you were “in the zone.” Perhaps you were painting, exercising or playing music. Whatever it was, the activity was challenging...
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Getting on The Balcony: 3 Ways Leaders Can Turn Chaos Into Clarity
A few years ago, my husband and I took a trip to India.  One day we found ourselves in the city of Jodhpur in the middle of a marketplace bust...
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What to Say When You Don’t Know and How to Gain Confidence Through Your Search for Answers
“We have this problem. What are we going to do?” You’ve probably been asked this question a thousand times by a teammate, an executive, or a custom...
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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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