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“I want to change …my arrogance, my control, and my lack of trust.”

by Judith E. Glaser When Bayer, a $7 billion multinational pharmaceutical company, acquired a smaller $300 million diagnostic company, Rolf Classon the CEO, chose to call it a “merger.” Power-with Others He wanted to immediately establish a “power-with others” relationship … Continue reading

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A Workplace Relationship Repair Kit To Transform Conflict

By Judith E. Glaser Suppose you argued with a colleague and now you’re avoiding him. Your relationship is damaged, and you wonder how to repair and restore it—how to start over, make up, rebuild trust, and work through issues rather … 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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2 Strategies for Reframing to Make Positive Change

by Judith Glaser To create change, courageous leaders jump in and embrace the process as an opportunity. They also create the space for open communication and collaboration with their teams.  In the previous three steps, you learned to recognize and release old baggage filled … Continue reading

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Is Your Communication Style Draining Your Team’s Energy?

By Judith E. Glaser We are all familiar with the “chemistry” factor in relationships and the chemical attraction metaphor; now we are learning that such insights are more than metaphor— they are reality! Positive comments and conversations provide a temporary … Continue reading

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How Leaders Become Change Warriors and not Change Worriers

By Judith Glaser and Joe Bonito If you are entrusted with making change happen, think about what it takes to get to the actual essence of facilitating change. When successful change occurs, those involved feel like authors of change not … 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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Leadership DNA It Pays to Be Nice

by Judith E. Glaser 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 build trust, and to engage … Continue reading

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