Gratitude Matters

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Being Grateful is a Gift that Pays it Forward for you, and For Others The word Gratitude is derived from the Latin root word gratus – or that for which we feel thankful. It is distinct from a sense of satisfaction from personal accomplishment. To feel grateful acknowledges that something bigger than ourselves is involved when good comes our way. Things like love,…

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The Fear Factor – Make Friends

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“I’m afraid.” I was intrigued. What fears surrounded her many strengths and possibilities? I’d heard these words voiced before by others with similarly stunning business performance and opportunities. Being afraid of our dreams is human. Our aspirations show up as the dream most desired and the dream most dreaded. The paradox can stem from a…

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What Millennials Still Want to Learn

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What do Millennials want to learn and what can you teach them? In the past, large amounts of resources were spent to make sure that the entire office was computer literate. But Millennials are the first generation to really grow up with the internet, so they are already e-fluent! So what do they want? Studies…

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Bill Benjamin on the Science of Performing Under Pressure – Inside Quest

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Science of Performing Under Pressure: Bill Benjamin has a rare perspective – he has advanced degrees in Mathematics and Computer Science and has 25 years of real-world business experience as a senior leader. Bill is very authentic about the fact that he struggled early in his career as a leader when he was under pressure.…

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Leaders in Organizations as Living Systems

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Organization as a Living System In a recent article shared by one of my favorite weekly newsletters by Sustainable Brands, writer Giles Hutchins brilliantly described an economy of the future and the form of organizations in it. I’m excited to coach leaders who’re helping pioneer these “living systems” into the 21st century! Hutchins observes that…

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Leadership: Be the Shoulders on Which Others Stand

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If I have seen further, it is only because I was standing on the shoulders of giants.” – Sir Isaac Newton One of the greatest scientific rivalries of the modern era produced this, one of the best-known quotes in history. Sir Isaac Newton, the man who discovered gravity, and Robert Hooke, a genius polymath, were…

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How Millennials Can Mentor Senior Leaders

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Mentoring For years, mentoring has meant that a senior manager or executive would take a younger employee under their wing and teach them the ins and outs of the business. This is still an essential practice that imparts valuable knowledge to the next generation. However, in today’s business world, the system requires a little tweaking.…

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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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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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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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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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