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Confessions of an Executive Assistant

Afew days ago I was honored to have some great conversation over lunch with three women whom I respect very much: Linda Eggers, who is the executive assistant for...
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RIP: Career Pathing

How do you define career pathing? Stop right now before you read the rest of this post and quickly define it according to the world you live in. Hellooo!...
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Stewardship: Underestimated, Underrated, and Unbelievably Essential

Stewardship. This single idea is probably one of the most underrated leadership concepts. Yet, when you get right down to it, a leader’s ultimate responsibility is to steward the...
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Don’t Leave It to Beaver

This past week we spent a few days at our cabin in Red River, New Mexico. I LOVE the river. It’s beautiful, powerful, and peaceful all at the same...
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Backward Leadership: From the Outside In

Early on in our careers, each of us has probably worked for an outside-in leader. We’ve all known them. They’re the ones who believe that their position and their...
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Leading From the Inside Out: 4 Common Characteristics

Last month I had the pleasure of visiting with four leaders who I respect and who reside within the middle of their individual organizations. We were discussing the idea...
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From Producer to Leader: When Finishing Last Means You’re First

Over the years I’ve worked with hundreds of companies both large and small. One of the most common challenges I’ve encountered in nearly every organization is working with new and...
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