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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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6 Ways to Turn Leadership Goals into Reality

by Marshall Goldsmith Today, sustaining peak performance requires a commitment to developing leaders who develop other leaders–helping people set and achieve meaningful goals for personal change. Often, however, goals are not set in a way that ensures the follow through … Continue reading

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Stopping a Leader’s Bad Behavior

Do you give credit where it is due? Do you share a juicy bit of gossip to loosen up the meeting? Do you withhold information from some but give it to others? These are all the daily choices we make as managers … Continue reading

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