Monthly Archives: October 2016

How to Build Trust and Open Dialogue with Employees

“Physical proximity between leaders and employees isn’t always feasible. But mental or emotional proximity is essential.” This quote from the Harvard Business …

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Don’t Let Weak Words Limit You

Pay close attention to your word choice. Re-read your emails. Without knowing it, you may be slipping in “weak words” that sabotage …

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Holacracy and the Puzzle of Retaining Top Female Talent

According to the Center of American Progress, women’s presence in top management positions today remains below nine percent. Much research over the …

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What Are You Doing to Develop Your POV?

There are MANY smart people in the world. And what do they all have? A POV (point of view) about relevant or …

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Are You Leading with Integrity?

Integrity is usually on the short list of an organization’s core values and the competencies they require of leaders. But, beyond not lying …

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My Favorite Change Tools, Part 1: The Roadmap

As a busy consultant, I’m often asked about the tools and techniques that I use when consulting with my clients. So, I’m …

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4 Career Tips From Inside the Snow Globe

I recently returned from a vacation in Montana and spent time exploring Yellowstone – it was FANTASTIC! Since we visited the park …

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