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  • When the “Why” Starts to Die

    Each of us goes to work for a reason. While for some of us that reason may just be a paycheck, Simon Sinek would tell us that we are the most committed to those organizations that have a strong purpose, a powerful “why" that we believe in. We are most...

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  • 10 Tips to Facilitating Leadership Team Discussions

    It is one thing to have a conversation with an individual leader to make decisions or to build commitment to an idea--but quite another to lead a discussion with a leadership team, with their varying perspectives and goals. Here is a list of things that...

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  • The Highly Effective Leadership Team

    As companies move from the start-up phase to the scale-up phase of their business, CEOs and founders often find that they can no longer lead their organizations by themselves. Many organizations, over time, develop a senior leadership team to help guide...

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  • Are You a Time-Owner Or a Time-Victim?

    We all struggle with feeling like we don’t have enough time. That it is taken up, used, and gone before we know what has happened. Most us have a sense of blurry-eyed desperation when we talk about time, schedules, and meetings.In many cases, the root...

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  • Learning From the Best In Talent Management

    October is a time for awards. This month, HR Executive Magazine featured its HR Executive of the Year and the “Honor Roll” of HR leaders, and TD (Talent Development) Magazine published the Association for Training and Development’s 2016 BEST Awards....

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  • Building Your Leadership Ecosystem

    As a consultant, executive coach, and leadership educator, I often get asked by clients to help with leadership issues.  In many cases, I am struck by how often the first impulse is to address issues with training.  Training can be a very effective...

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  • Fueling Your Strategy

     When I was a student in elementary school, we had a module during our science class about rockets. We learned about the principles of drag, lift, thrust, and weight. We each built our own model rocket, ensuring that the fins were installed correctly...

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  • 3 Questions to Re-Think Your Job

    It happens to most of us. We start a new job with excitement and see a world of growth and opportunities. We’re excited and can’t wait to get to work.But over time, for many of us, those feelings go away. Perhaps we find out that the job is not what...

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  • Breakthrough HR: Escaping the Giant Hairball

     Hairballs.Gross, tangled balls of hair that get thrown up by cats as a result of them licking themselves. The image of a giant hairball was what Gordon McKenzie, a former Hallmark creative professional, used to described the past policies, decisions,...

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  • Give Employees Some Respect

    Employees want to be respected. The 2016 Society for Human Resource Management Employee Job Satisfaction and Engagement Report noted that “respectful treatment of employees at all levels” was the most important contributor to overall employee job...

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