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Decision-Making and the Power of Action

Decision-Making and the Power of Action

Have you heard it said that "if you do not make a decision, you have still made one"? One of the keys to great leadership is the ability to make clear decisions in a timely manner. Not to do so causes confusion in the ranks and leaves forward motion to flounder. It's...

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The Art of War and Executive Coaching

The Art of War and Executive Coaching

Sun Tzu’s “The Art of War” is more than a military text; it’s a guide to understanding human nature, strategy, and leadership. The application of Sun Tzu’s principles extends beyond the battlefield into the corporate landscape, where battles are waged daily for market...

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There is No TRYing in Life

There is No TRYing in Life

ONE THREE-LETTER WORD YOU MAY WANT TO RETHINK. In honor of the upcoming New Year and new intentions, let's explore a word we probably all use frequently. It's a small and very powerful word, but not in the way you might think. It's the word TRY. How often do we use...

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Exploring Servant Leadership

Exploring Servant Leadership

In July, we discussed 3 common leadership styles (autocratic, democratic, and laissez-faire). This time, we delve into another: servant leadership. Servant leadership is a leadership philosophy that prioritizes the well-being and growth of individuals and teams over...

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A Comparison of 3 Common Leadership Styles

A Comparison of 3 Common Leadership Styles

Leadership styles can have a profound impact on the success of an organization. Each leadership style has its unique strengths and weaknesses, and understanding the differences between them is essential for effective leadership. In this article we explore the...

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Why a Growth Mindset is Crucial for Leaders

Why a Growth Mindset is Crucial for Leaders

“Growth mindset” is a term coined by psychologist Dr. Carol Dweck who discovered in a study that neurological activity changes when people focus on the learning process, not just on the outcome. What this means is that success at acquiring new knowledge and skills...

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Addressing Your Fear of Conflict

Addressing Your Fear of Conflict

This topic is likely very timely due to all the stuff that we're dealing with in our everyday lives and, at least in part, as evidenced by the high number of conversations I've been having with clients, friends, family members, and others regarding handling conflict...

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