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How to Up Your Success Quotient in Finding Future Leaders

by Sandra Ford Walston Succession planning, or passing the baton of leadership, is a big priority for many organizations yet so many HR executives spend their time just putting out fires trying to quickly hire talent for a given job. … Continue reading

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What Defines Personal Courage?

by Sandra Ford Walston Personal courage is the way of one’s heart. It is a blending of heart and essence combined with the commitment to hold ourselves completely accountable for our actions. Applying courage consciousness, we must recognize that our … Continue reading

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Why Develop a High Level of Courage?

by Sandra Ford Walston Want to change your career? A critical shift in behavior occurs when a person develops a high level of courage consciousness. Why? Courage consciousness not only represents the crucial first step into an empowering, truth-based existence, … 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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