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2 Strategies for Reframing to Make Positive Change

by Judith Glaser To create change, courageous leaders jump in and embrace the process as an opportunity. They also create the space for open communication and collaboration with their teams.  In the previous three steps, you learned to recognize and release old baggage filled … Continue reading

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Change is about head, heart and soul. Manage all or fail.

by Judith E. Glaser and Joe Bonito It’s only human. Change brings about fear because our brains are hardwired to think we’ll lose: lose our position, our social status, our hard work. But, leaders who know this very common emotion … Continue reading

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How Courage-Based Decisions Boost Leadership Skills

by Sandra Ford Walston One of the first life lessons of my career also made the biggest impression. I had taken a job as an entry-level business development officer for a small start-up bank in West Los Angeles. My job … Continue reading

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Stephen Covey Video on Change Management

Stephen Covey, author of “The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People,” which became the bible of personal and professional effectiveness, died this week.  While his book sold nearly 25 million copies, Covey also continued to teach and help organizations train … Continue reading

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Management Skills for the Entrepreneur & Change Catalyst

Yep. It can feel like this when you’re an entrepreneur or someone who is playing to win. Belly flops don’t stop you. They just make you smarter.  The success skills of entrepreneurs – influencing others, risking and making mistakes, bouncing back … Continue reading

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What’s the Price You’re Willing to Pay for Success?

There is an obstacle standing between you and success. It’s placed directly between you and that which you most desire. If you cannot overcome this obstacle, you will never have what you want. It’s impossible. If you can overcome this … Continue reading

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Choosing to Change and Staying Committed

by Marshall Goldsmith I’ve had the good fortune to work with some of the most successful people in the business world. One thing I’ve noticed about them is they have unflappable optimism – they believe they will succeed, even under … Continue reading

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Leadership Like Porn, I’ll Know It When I See It”

by Kenny Moore When I lived in the monastery as a Catholic priest, 20% of my superiors thought they were Divinely inspired.  Now that I’m working in Corporate America, the number’s up to 80%.  In my company, I’m one of … Continue reading

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Should Leaders Take Business Personally?

We have all learned that leadership has lost the edge it once had because leaders have been required to be good managers, not great leaders.  I have witnessed the weakening of leadership first hand.  Leaders are scared to make real … Continue reading

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Giving Productive Feedback That’s Not Over the Net

There’s a definition of insanity that goes something like this: trying to achieve a different result doing the same thing over and over. Sometimes we don’t know that’s what we’re doing and that is why feedback is one of the most … Continue reading

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