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  Think about “nirvana” at work – your team is humming with energy, happy to find the best solutions for your customers, collaborating with each other seamlessly about creative ways to grow the business and you are their trusted advisor … Continue reading

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Some leaders shoot themselves in the foot. Others aim to kill. One sure way is leading in a vacuum. Even a partial vacuum can be dangerous. Either way you’re leading in the dark. Now how smart is that? People have … Continue reading

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Creativity on demand? Nope, no such thing! Creativity comes from one mind, in its own way, in its own time. Forget meetings. Forget working with somebody else. (These are only crutches.) Allow for some solitary confinement. Push by not pushing. … Continue reading

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  Introverts get their energy from being alone; people wear them out.   Yet, effective leading is people-filled . . . almost always.   Not so much with a team of unusually capable people who work independently and get their … Continue reading

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    Have you been able to slow down enough to enjoy nature’s miracles this spring?  We had to share this beautiful image that appeared in our back yard yesterday evening.  It just doesn’t get any prettier and more perfect … Continue reading

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  Do you ever feel like these two kayakers…working so hard against the current professionally or personally, day in and day out?   Every great leader has it – ENERGY—and plenty of it!   And you can’t have energy without … Continue reading

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We received a call recently from a manager dealing with a supervisor that was going “native”.  The supervisor failed to respond when a member of her team performed poorly.    The first problem was that the manager had to bring the … 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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We’ve had several meetings with clients over the past month. When asked about how things are going with their employees the replies have been “…well, it’s performance review time again.” followed by the eye roll.     (Of course we … Continue reading

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