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4 Dos and Don’ts of Decision Making

Indecision is better than risking the wrong decision, right? Well, if you’re dismantling a bomb or performing brain surgery, maybe. But, in the day-to-day of business, there are few...
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The POTUS Doesn’t Determine Your Potential

Hey Girlfriends! Today, I wanted to speak to all my sisters out there, both young and old. If you’re a guy, keep reading as I’m sure you’ll learn something,...
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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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Delayed Reaction

Each month several leaders within our organization get together to learn about and discuss a different leadership-related topic. This month our conversation veered to how quickly we respond to...
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new management

5 Actions for Leading a New Team

Are you preparing for or in the midst of leading a new team? Leading a new team can be a challenge, but the same can be said for the...
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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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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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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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From Across My Desk

The other day I walked into my office, and for some reason I wasn’t motivated to sit at my desk and get right to work. Instead I sat across...
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The Pros and Cons of Believing the Best

A couple weeks ago I blogged on the pros and cons of assuming the worst. (Yes indeed there are a few upsides to always waiting for the other shoe...
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