22 results for author: Dr. Gleb Tsipursky


How Your Household Can Survive and Thrive in the Pandemic

So how can your household effectively adapt to the uncertainty and dislocation that accompanies this new abnormal? While you’re in a new abnormal, your underlying needs and wants remain the same. You just need to figure out different ways toward satisf...
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Are You Missing Vital Information for Your Career?

A tall, thin man in his late fifties approached me after my closing keynote for a manufacturing association conference on how manufacturing leaders can avoid career disasters. He looked distraught and agitated. I hoped he wasn’t angry with something I ...
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5 Steps to Protect Your Executive Career During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Due to the devastating impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the restaurant industry, one of my coaching clients, Alex, who served as the Chief Operating Officer (COO) in a regional chain of 24 diners in the Northeast US, wanted to explore switching her career ...
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How Can Executives Defeat Unconscious Bias?

How can executives like you defeat unconscious bias? First, you need to know what it is. Unconscious bias (also known as implicit bias) refers to unconscious forms of discrimination and stereotyping based on race, gender, sexuality, ethnicity, ability, ...
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How Effective Decision Making Can Make or Break Your Executive Career

In this troubled time of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, making wise career decisions is more important than ever before. To make good decisions, you need to ask the right questions. The answers may feel uncomfortable, and it’s critically important to ...
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The Trap of Getting Back to Normal in the Pandemic

As the vast majority of companies rush to reopen, they’re falling into the trap of “getting back to normal.”  They’re not realizing we’re heading into a period of waves of restrictions once again, due to many states reopening too soon. Indeed, some ...
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How Normalcy Bias Led Boeing to Crash into Disaster

Due to the grounding of its 737 Max airplane following 2 deadly crashes that killed 346 people, Boeing lost $5 billion in direct revenue by the summer of 2019. The overall losses - ranging from damage to the brand to losing customers - were valued by invest...
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Are You Falling for the Myth of “Failing to Plan is Planning to Fail” in Your Career?

You probably heard the advice that “failing to plan is planning to fail.” That phrase is a misleading myth at best and actively dangerous for your career at worst. Making plans is important, but our gut reaction is to plan for the best-case outcomes, ...
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How to Prevent Failure in Transitioning to Working From Home to Address the COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic

So many companies are shifting their employees to working from home to address the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. Yet they’re not considering the potential disasters that can occur as a result of this transition. An example of this is what happened to ...
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The One Huge Mistake Leaders Make in Preparing for the COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic

According to the US Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the COVID-19 coronavirus will definitely develop into a widespread pandemic: it’s more a question of when, not if, it will happen. With growing outbreaks of diagnosed cases in 12 states, ...
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8 Key Steps for Effective Decision Making to Avoid Disasters in Your Career

Effective decision making to avoid failures and maximize success is your key to a great career. Yet how can you ensure that your decision making results in the right calls as opposed to decisions disasters? Let’s say you were offered what you perceived ...
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3 Things You Need to Control to Succeed in Your Career

People who are successful in their careers know that we can control only three things in our life: our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. If we can take charge over those, we can steer our professional lives to our own vision of success. That vision may ...
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