In The Turn

Tags: DECISION-MAKING
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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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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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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Setting Smarter Priorities: 5 Steps for Creating More Margin In Your Life
It happens innocently enough. Your boss hands you an extra assignment that turns out to be a major undertaking. Or a colleague takes a leave of abs...
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Innovation that Works: Jump-starting New Ideas in your Business this New Year
One of the things I hear leaders talking about more and more these days is innovation. Good thing, because it’s must-have stuff in today’s rapidly ...
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How to Make the Toughest Calls of Leadership [BONUS]
The buck stops here. How true. President Truman knew it. And all great leaders embrace it. We can (and should) empower others to make decisions whe...
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Five Questions for Navigating Through Change
Regardless of how you feel about change, it’s going to happen. Life will always throw you uncertainty and upheaval. The real question is what are y...
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