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So You Think You’re Indispensable? Think Again!

As humans, we're unique, that's for sure. We're high maintenance too. We have emotions, family and friends to spend time with. Whether employed, self-employed, we like to take time off to relax and spend time with them. We occasionally become unwell ...
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Is Leadership in the Eye of the Beholder?

"The ideals which have always shone before me and filled me with joy are goodness, beauty, and truth." –Albert Einstein At a leadership seminar, I recently ran for senior students from 12 schools, one of the more intriguing conversations I became engaged ...
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Effective Communication: The Most Important Skill for Leadership Excellence

Excellent leadership is a multi-faceted skill set that is required for the success of any organization.  So, of course, there would be many skills necessary for a person to achieve a high level of leadership.  Such as competence, decisiveness, visionary, ...
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Culture’s Impact on Successful Change

"Culture eats strategy for breakfast." By now we've all heard that famous quote attributed to Peter Drucker and have come to recognize its validity. To grasp the powerful connection between culture and strategy, think no further than your last change ...
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Why and How to Become a Purpose-Driven Company

One of the first questions I ask small business owners when I begin working with them is "What is your company's purpose?" Shockingly, more often than not they look at me like a deer caught in the headlights and say "Huh?" Why am I shocked? Purpose ...
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Why the Creativity Cycle is Like an Outstanding Cup of Coffee

If you're like most people, your standard cup of "morning joe" is okay. It serves a function by helping you go from barely functional to getting you through your routine each morning. However, the standard cup of coffee is very different from a fantastic ...
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Amazing Character

Hazel and I recently completed a wonderful cruise on the Great Lakes going from Chicago, Illinois to Toronto, Canada. It was eleven days of beautiful scenery, interesting ports, way too much food, and most importantly, wonderful people. Because this was a ...
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How Leveraging Big Data Can Help Transform Corporate Training

Big data is more than just a hot trend or a catchy buzzword in the business world. It has actively transformed businesses by affecting how important decisions are made. A large amount of money is currently being spent on analytical tools as well as in ...
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Leadership & Millennial Domination

It's an exciting time to be in leadership. As a new generation enters the workforce, cubicles, hallways, and remote locations will be dominated before long. Every day at work, I learn something from the Millennial workforce that I mentor and encounter. ...
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Signal Intercept From Low Orbit

I know, right? Bear with me while I come in under cloud cover, and intercept your thinking with a different viewpoint. I am here to tell you that silos in business are good. Take that as today's "Signal Intercept From Low Orbit." In 'another world,' a ...
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Finding Our True Balance

A light bulb went off for me the other day in speaking with a good friend who works from home on the subject of how in-balance or out-of-balance her life felt. She lamented how much harder it was to find time for herself when the kids are home from camp – ...
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A Paradigm Shift: It’s Never too Late to Transform the Stigma of Coaching in Our Workplace

It isn't uncommon for managers and leaders to use coaching as a means to help underperforming staff members. As a result, many people associate coaching as a stigma – or even a scarlet letter that identifies them as needing additional support. Why only ...
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