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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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How to Listen for Peak Performance and Effective Decision-Making

Getting to the next level of greatness depends on the quality of the culture, which depends on the quality of relationships, which depend on the quality of conversations. Everything happens through conversation!-Judith E. Glaser Using navigational listening, the art of … Continue reading

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How to Improve Your Odds of Success with Change Management

“Only a third of excellent companies remain excellent for decades, and when organizations try to transform themselves, even fewer succeed” Scott Keller and Colin Price, authors of Beyond Performance. That’s a tough hurdle. It’s as if companies are designed to … Continue reading

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Effective Business Communication Skills – Living in the Other Person’s Shoes

You have a great idea or project but you need to get support from your boss or the engineering department. Many people think the way to do this is by honing their effective communication skills.  Problem is they focus on the mechanics of … Continue reading

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