Tag Archives: conscious awareness

Finding the right people for the right jobs can be challenging.  It’s a whole lot less arduous using benchmarking tools and Top Grading tools…so let’s assume you’ve got your new “star” employee on the rolls…now what? Best practice onboarding can make the … Continue reading

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As leaders we all face people and business challenges that require mental toughness.  So what does that mean, understanding that it’s all in the eye of the beholder, right? A recent article about this subject by Amy Morin suggested mentally … Continue reading

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An executive story. He goes to the doctor. Cancer. Two years and he’s gone. His wife vows never to go to the doctor again—“I’ll hear something I don’t won’t to hear.” She gets sick. No doctor. Gets worse. No doctor. … Continue reading

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Wires Crossed compliments of WSJ He bought his wife a beautiful orange scarf (his favorite color), but orange definitely was not her color. The leader measured her success in pay raises, so that’s how she rewarded her best performer, only … Continue reading

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You have a problem. It could be your computer, or cell phone, or your health. An example: The doctor rushes in an hour late . . . and talks as fast as he walks. “Here’s the deal. You have atrial … Continue reading

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Honest self-talk: A poor performance review would tell his truth. Actually, he should be fired. I don’t even like him. But . . . I don’t want him mad at me. What will others think about me? Below the surface: … Continue reading

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Good employees have upward skills.   They clarify expectations. They accept responsibility. They ask for and accept feedback. They communicate successes and failures. They handle criticism. They show loyalty. They understand and accept you. They are not needy. They can … Continue reading

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Every failure gets you closer to success.   Each one gets you closer to giving up.   Which will you choose?   Choosers of success hold an edge!     Recap of leader quick tip: You choose where failure leads … Continue reading

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  Are you committed to making 2012 your Breakthrough YEAR…no matter where you are in your journey?   Well join me and 12 other transformational speakers who will give you the resources and strategy to take your life to the … Continue reading

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“Life is 10% what happens to us and 90% how we react.” John Maxwell   Recap of leader quick tip: Everybody loses when leaders’ emotions get triggered and they react badly.   The 90% explains those often to referred to … Continue reading

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