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Seven Negative Patterns that Derail Your Business

by Judith E. Glaser As you read the following seven I-centric habit patterns, identify ones that do not serve your organization and see them as opportunities to develop WE-centric patterns. Monitor your impact. Notice how, by shifting to WE-centric patterns, … Continue reading

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6 Ways to Integrate Courage into Our Daily Lives

by Sandra Ford Walston So much of our daily life is based on action and results. But what really is directing us? For those who truly want to make a difference and create a legacy filled with courage, you must be willing to step … 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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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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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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How to avoid being Sisyphus at work

“We don’t have a skills gap, we have a thinking gap.” Lou Adler, author of The Essential Guide for Hiring & Getting Hired Lou Adler is an Influencer on LinkedIn. As of this writing, he has 274,009 followers. He writes … Continue reading

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Do You Feel the “Luv” at Work?

by Sandra Ford Walston How often do you hear a CEO declare with pride that his or her organization has never had a layoff, furlough or bankruptcy? Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly made that statement recently at the University of … Continue reading

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Steve Case on Innovation, Entrepreneurs and Risk

Steve Case, the founder of AOL and currently the Chief Executive of Revolution, an investment firm, probably makes one of the best distinctions between entrepreneurs and large companies in his interview with The New York Times. He calls entrepreneurs “attackers”, … 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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12 Interview Questions to Flush Out Courageous Leadership Skills

by Sandra Ford Walston What’s your biggest professional regret and what role has that played in your life? This isn’t your typical “traditional question” which focuses on a job candidate’s beliefs. Or, as an example, the dreaded, “So tell me … Continue reading

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