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Shift Your Thinking to Optimism in the Face of Fear

By Judith E. Glaser Are Your I-Centric Habit Patterns Getting the Best of You? We live in a world of moving targets. Once we get into routines we feel comfortable, and from comfort comes confidence. Yet in a world of … Continue reading

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Simple Courage: Face the Facts for Behavior Change

by Sandra Ford Walston There is a direct correlation between your “courage quotient” and your “success quotient.” When you begin to live in the present you recognize when you are selling your soul. For example, people assume that finding a … Continue reading

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Two Female Approaches to Workplace Abuse

by Sandra Ford Walston Bec’s “courage style” won her several good project manager and engineering jobs and contracts, but it also lost her at least one or two lucrative job opportunities. While working at an aerospace corporation, Bec experienced the stress … Continue reading

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Are You Green-lighting or Stopping an Important Work Relationship?

by Judith E. Glaser The consequences of your interactions are filed daily in your memory bank, either as “feel good” or “feel bad” experiences. Memories with strong emotions linger, since the brain more easily files and calls up memories attached … Continue reading

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Is the Fear of Conflict Shutting Down Your Ability to Communicate?

By Judith E. Glaser Confrontation is something we tend to avoid. It’s our least developed skill; the ability to confront each other face to face, say what is in our hearts and minds, and at the same time build and strengthen … Continue reading

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Emotions – Navigating Pleasure or Pain in the Workplace

by Judith E. Glaser Truth Be Told—About Our Brains and Relationships The Creating WE Institute has discovered that we have two types of reactions in conversations—one causes us pleasure – and opens our brain, and one causes us pain and … Continue reading

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Personal Leadership Skills to Catapult Your Career

by Sandra Ford Walston “Do what you feel in your heart to be right–for you’ll be criticized anyway.” Eleanor Roosevelt “Doing” generally involves a list of things to accomplish : earn another certification, land a new account, secure another promotion. In … Continue reading

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3 Trainer Tips When You Don’t Know What Your Class Thinks

by Helen Whelan I just took a course over the weekend to learn how to code.  I’m not a Geek by any stretch but I’ve worked with some great programmers and I admire their creativity.  I’ve dabble with coding myself … Continue reading

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What’s the #1 Skill that Generates New Ideas?

by Judith E. Glaser We’re better when we’re connected! Even though technologies enable us to dissolve boundaries of space and time and connect us in exciting ways, we still face the same old challenge: to dissolve boundaries among colleagues, to … Continue reading

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3 Ways to Boost Courageous Leadership Skills

by Sandra Ford Walston A working mother who witnesses her boss harassing a co-worker must face the truth and take realistic action. Since this defining moment could affect her livelihood, taking action requires making tough choices. The woman’s courage holds … Continue reading

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