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Jumping Without a Net: 4 Strategies for Landing Softly July 25, 2018 DECISION MAKING CLARITY After entering adulthood, an interesting thing happens to almost all of us. We find ourselves in situation after situation where we have to make decisions that are really...
Of course, it’s a logical goal to try and avoid the “accidental” leadership scenario where possible. This means focusing on the “deliberate” leader – one that has been identified, developed and prepared for their new role in management.
This time of year often brings an expectation of reflection. Perhaps you’ll be crafting your New Year’s Resolutions soon. Unless you are a person that just pulls the same list out, you may find that creating your list requires reflection.
A kind word in the cafeteria, a helpful comment from a meeting, an observation regarding a presentation – these are all ways we, as leaders, can engage other employees in supportive and encouraging ways.
I found the Former First Lady to be completely captivating, quite hilarious and more ‘real’ than I expected, and I noticed a thread throughout many of her remarks that seemed, at least to me, to be interesting perspectives on leadership.
The other day I was in the kitchen as my daughter was cooking a cake with a friend. She asked me to give some feedback on the way it was coming together. OKAY – now what to do?
My kids often accuse me of starting many stories with “I heard this interesting story on NPR” so I’ll apologize now for starting this way – but it’s true – I did.
One of the first things I did after deciding to embark on the path of starting an executive coaching/leadership business was to hire a coach. I mean, why preach it if you don’t believe it?
Want to try an experiment? It won’t take long – I promise. Here goes: For the next 5 to 10 seconds, think of everything you intend to do today – write it down if you’d like. Go ahead…I will wait…
What makes a good leader and who gets to decide? This is a question that I’ve been pondering lately. It’s sort of like when someone says “they say this new restaurant is really great!” Don’t you wonder who ‘they are’?
Before there was Hamilton, the amazingly successful musical written by the brilliant Lin-Manuel Miranda, there was In the Heights. It was another amazing musical written by Miranda…
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