Ten Strengths Every Leader Needs

The best leaders create leaders, not followers. While each person’s leadership style is distinct, true leaders stand by their own sincere, clearly defined sense of...

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Is Work ‘A Golden Country Club’? 3 Strategies to Embrace Diversity in the Workplace

I’ve coached many managers and leaders who feel diversity and inclusion have no bearing on their office culture or their organization’s ability to innovate...

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Stop Obsessing About Workplace Failure: 3 Ways to Build a Safety Net For Your Workers

“Whatever you do, don’t screw up!” “If you drop the ball on this, you’re toast!” “Everything is riding on this presentation. Don’t let us down!” Does this...

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Parents, Leaders and Patterns of Transformational Potential: Part 2

Are leaders born or made? Where do our future leaders come from? Most of the research on leadership has been on adult leadership and there...

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Parents, Leaders and Patterns of Transformational Potential: Part 1

During my first year of university, I was very intrigued with the concept of a parenting license. This is the idea that people should...

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How Can HR Professionals be More Business Savvy?

One of the most common complaints business leaders make about HR is that it seems disconnected from the business. It follows that one of...

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The Ties That Bond: Strengthening Interpersonal Employee/Manager Relationships

As most know, relationships are complex, multi-dimensional, and ever-changing. In the workplace, they can be even more so, as evidenced in part by the increased...

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3 Tips To Start Viewing Situations With A Mintzberg Mindset

Dr. Henry Mintzberg is one of the most cited and deeply admired management thinkers alive today. The appealing thing about Mintzberg is that his...

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