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Trust Webinar: You’re Invited!

I hope you can join us for Impacting Leaders’ third Leadership Learning Series webinar of 2016! We’ll be talking about trust: how we earn it, how we give it, and what...
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Redefine Perfect

Are you a perfectionist? If so, those feelings could cause you to mistrust the abilities of others. They may even keep you focused on the failures vs. the achieved...
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Communications Webinar – You’re Invited!

Join me for Impacting Leaders’ second Leadership Learning Series webinar of 2016! We’ll be talking about one of the top challenges faced by every organization – communication.
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The Pros and Cons of Assuming the Worst

Last week I blogged about the importance of believing the best. So, what if you’re one of those people who naturally assumes the worst? Well, all hope is not...
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Pretender

Getting Beneath the Surface

Have you ever been asked, “How are you doing?” only to have the asker already out of earshot by the time you turn to answer? If we’re honest, we’ve...
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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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How to Tackle a Tough Conversation

In last week’s webinar on stewarding your company culture in uncertain times, one participant asked about how they should go about talking to a colleague who was violating the...
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How’s Your ‘Tude?

Discussing “attitude” is so overdone. Yet here I am writing about it because of a job threatening experience last week.
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Our Value Doesn’t Lie in Our Busyness

We all have days, weeks, and sometimes seasons where our projects and commitments exceed our capacity. The question is, how do you handle it? You have two options. You...
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13 Indications You Might Have an Accountability Problem

Accountability is one of those common issues that sometimes sneaks up on us. Rarely do major accountability issues appear out of thin air. More often than not, they start...
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