What Millennials Know But Don’t Yet Realize

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they are the future! Due to a number of factors such as the job market, the housing market, the dating scene, and the media constantly telling them they are lazy, Millennials have trouble seeing themselves in positions of authority and “adulthood.” They measure themselves against their parents who, in their 20s, were probably married with…

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Listening: It’s More Than Just Hearing

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Multi-tasking is so much more than a skill in our society–its basic survival. We often have so many things on the go that we need to be able to focus on more than one task at any given time. If you’re on your computer, for example, you can jump between two different projects with ease.…

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Building Resilience

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Rewrite Your Stories.  What do you tell yourself in the midst of adversity? Do you replay your failures or fears from the past? If so, why not try new stories based on what’s currently happening? What does the current evidence support? What’s something different you may not have considered that would be wonderful if it…

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Here’s What Millennials Allow Us to Do Better

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Have a story about millennials doing it better? I’d love to hear it and help further learning on this topic as well as hear your good news! Your information is confidential and can be sent to: jennie@krmoore.com ]]>

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Purpose: The Driver in the Car of Excellence!

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Something that we all strive for as individuals is excellence. Excellence in our work, our personal lives, and our ambitions. That pursuit of excellence is the goal of any workplace leader, because they want to help their employees reach their potential and excel in every aspect of their job. The goal of coaching and leadership…

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Hetain Patel: Who am I? Think again

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Artist Hetain Patel’s creative presentation on diversity invites us to consider how open-minded perception of people based on their race, language, accent or language can shape us. Patel suggests that imitating someone can reveal something unique and authentic about yourself. ]]>

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Simon Sinek: How great leaders inspire action

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Simon Sinek suggests that the most successful leaders and innovators follow this formula: first ask “why,” then “how,” then “what” when pursuing a goal, and not the other way around. Sinek suggests that these steps will set you apart as a leader, providing you with purpose, clarity, and focus.

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Dave Meslin: The antidote to apathy

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While lack of engagement in our communities suggests that people just don’t care, Dave Meslin believes the problem is not apathy, but that the world presents obstacles to engagement. Meslin calls on each of us to be leaders, and to overcome seven barriers to active involvement.

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Roger Ebert: Remaking my Voice

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“Leadership coaching inspires action and finding your voice. Here’s an individual who’s courage and commitment to finding his voice amid great odds continues to inspire and encourage us to stay connected and use what’s possible with technology and compassionate, capable colleagues to help shape the future”.

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Brian Little: Who are you really, the puzzle of personality

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While psychologists ted to discuss how characteristics define us, Brian Little explores the moments in which our behavior transcends the traits as culture necessitates, or as we step up into our leadership potential. Little explores the difference between introverts and extroverts, while demonstrating that personality is not formulaic. ]]>

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Louie Schwartzberg: Nature. Beauty. Gratitude (anchoring, purpose, leadership, belief)

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Louie Schwartzberg finds purpose behind the lens of his camera, bringing out the beauty of nature’s moments through time-lapse photography. His words encourage appreciation for the beauty we can witness every day.

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Susan Cain: the power of Introverts

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Being introverted can be difficult in a culture that sometimes labels introverts as boring or antisocial. Susan Cain explains, however, that introverts should be appreciated for the unique gifts and strengths they bring to the world, including independence and leadership potential. ]]>

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