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3 Questions for Finishing Strong

It seems like we just kicked off the year, and yet, here we are again, with only a few weeks remaining in 2015. Are you focused on simply surviving...
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Seeking an Attitude of Gratitude

There are always two ways to frame our outlook on life. Two options for how we choose to view and react to our present circumstances. We can dwell on...
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To the Leader Focused on the Five Percent

Oh, those uplifting leaders who never pass up an opportunity to recognize and celebrate every milestone and achievement! For them, encouraging teammates seems to come as naturally as breathing....
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4 Ways to Increase Your Team’s Fulfillment

The team leader has a huge impact on what motivates their teammates. What brings your teammates to work each day? The Check The check is all about working for...
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When You and Your Teammate Just Don’t Get Along

You’ve probably encountered this challenge if you’ve worked long enough or in a company large enough. You and another teammate just can’t seem to get along. Maybe you didn’t...
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5 Causes of Dysfunctional Thinking

This week I encountered a situation that got me thinking on the topic of dysfunctional thinking. What is it, and what causes it? We all have good intentions, but...
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What Drama Really Looks Like

We all probably know one person at work who always seems to be caught up in some sort of personal or office drama. You know who they are, and...
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How to Receive Unsolicited Feedback

Leaders often spend a lot of time talking about how we should give feedback. Yet, we spend a lot less time on the equally important flip side of this topic:...
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Leadership from the Inside Out

What’s inside-out leadership? It’s a decision each leader must make to lead from the inside. It’s about leading from the heart and believing that if you’ve got leadership right...
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Catch People Doing Right

Have you ever worked for a leader who always zeroed in on what was wrong about a process or a project? If we follow every praise with a “but…”...
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