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A Female Truth-Teller’s Backbone

In the Woody Allen movie “Another Woman,” Gena Rowlands portrays “an accomplished philosophy professor who, upon turning 50, feels compelled to take emotional stock of her life… Suddenly her quest for truth turns into a powerful and personal odyssey of … Continue reading

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Want to know the Key Traits Linking Courage to Success?

by Sandra Ford Walston People Who Exhibit Higher Integral Levels of Courage Consciousness They are willing to give themselves permission to claim their courage. They distinguish and aptly apply the 12 behaviors of courage found on the Source Wheel diagram. They have … Continue reading

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Saying “No” to Abuse—the First Time

by Sandra Ford Walston Experiencing abuse one time was simply enough for CEO Donna Cameron. “Sometimes, the most courageous thing we can do is leave a toxic workplace or stand up and say, ‘this is who I am, and if that … Continue reading

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Having Courage in Career-Defining Moments

by Sandra Ford Walston Every obstacle you face at work represents a potential career-defining moment. Your character may be tested. You can choose to step up to the next rung on the ladder or, lacking sufficient courage, slip back down. … 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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KISS, 4 Mantras to Develop Highly Successful Leaders

Transformational Executive Development:  the “KISS” Principle in Action by Peter Thies The higher up the corporate ladder a leader rises, the more s/he needs to fine tune his or her leadership ability. But, who has time? How do you help … Continue reading

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How to Build Opportunity Creating Behavior

by Craig Forman How Former Senator Bill Bradley Creates More Luck in His Life One person who epitomizes many of the best opportunity-creating behaviors I describe in my new book Be Luckier in Life, is former Presidential candidate Senator Bill Bradley. His accomplishments and achievements … Continue reading

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Top 7 Self-Mastery Skills

by Larry Lipman  1. Be Real. If you’re not being real, people will know, and you compromise your integrity. Being genuine is a gift to yourself and others. 2. Be Totally Present. This is a learned skill. 3. Work on Yourself. Listen … Continue reading

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Can Data Help Us Hire Better Talent?

by Helen Whelan Hiring the right person for a job can be difficult at best. Managers often hire people like themselves or focus too much on past experience. Lou Adler, a former executive search recruiter and author of “The Essential … Continue reading

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How to Manage Conflict When You’ve Angered Someone

Ever been late for an appointment and the first thing you do is justify why you’re late?  Or, you anger a co-worker who mis-reads your email of how he can perform better? When you email him back to explain, his … Continue reading

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