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Individual Challenges Should Be Addressed One-on-One

Avoiding conflict by addressing individual issues with the whole team prevents growth and ownership of the challenge.
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Should a Leader Compromise?

Knowing when and when not to compromise is a balancing act.
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Careless Leading

Carelessness is something we don’t like to see in others, yet we seldom look for it within ourselves.
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3 Temptations Leaders Face

Temptations are a serious phenomenon for everyone. We are all tempted in different areas of our lives: with our diet, our money, our exercise, our decisions, our statements, and...
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What do you stand for?

Taking a stand for what’s right takes courage. If you just go along to get along, well then, you’re really not taking a stand. Taking a stand means believing...
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Are You Learning From Your Bad Decisions? 5 Questions to Ask.

“When you start wiping out your history, sanitizing your history to make you feel better, it’s a bad thing.” – Condoleezza Rice We do that in business and in...
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The Do’s and Don’ts of Terminating an Employee

I’ve been blogging for nearly six years now, and I don’t think I’ve ever directly covered the topic of termination. I’d rather focus on how we can help struggling...
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Do What You Need to Do

A fun an inspiring story made the rounds in the media about a month ago when 100-year-old Ida Keeling broke the 100 meter record for her age. To celebrate,...
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Good Leaders Make it All About Themselves

Ha, well I thought that title might catch your attention! No, it isn’t a typo. Good leaders do make it about themselves from time to time, and they should....
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What Teams Value Most

I’ve written and spoken on the subject of non-negotiables countess times this past year. It’s a topic we now cover with nearly every team we serve. What’s interesting is...
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