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Are You Lonely in the Leadership Role? Study Says You’re In Good Company.

This month, Harvard Business Review featured a story about how lonely it is to be the CEO. The article echoed what anyone who’s been a leader or run a company knows well […]

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Why Boredom is a Dangerous Thing

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Image via Wikipedia If it were fun, they wouldn’t call it work. At least that’s what a friend of mine likes to say. Perhaps it conveys what many […]

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How to Delegate Like a Pro

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Sometimes it’s the simple stuff that is the most powerful. A few weeks ago, my Element North business partner and I were leading a workshop for senior executives […]

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Is Your Company Beloved? Here’s How to Be.

I Love You More than My Dog

The other day, I ran across a business book bestseller list and saw that Jeanne Bliss’ book I Love You More Than My Dog was still on it. […]

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The Introvert’s Guide to Pain-Free Networking

Let me start by saying that I am not an extrovert, and yet I’ve built my career on networking. It’s opened doors for me, given me critical advice, […]

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Pay Attention to How You Leave Your Job…Everybody Else Is

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People remember far better how you end something, than how you begin it. This is especially true when it comes to your job. When I was a hungry, […]

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Your Vision is Grand, but How About Your Plan to Communicate It?

(Warning to big thinkers: this post may induce boredom,distraction, and denial. Read it anyway.) The other night, I was speaking to a group of entrepreneurs about internal communications. Namely, that […]

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What Oprah Can Teach Leaders About Trust

A few weeks ago while leading a corporate workshop on team communications, I began talking about trust and suddenly Oprah popped into my mind as an example. Now, […]

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Stop. Reframe. Lead.

In my last post, I wrote about failure and how to turn it into an experience that propels you forward rather than paralyzes you. Part of that was […]

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Failing with Grace

But on you will go though the weather be foul. On you will go though your enemies prowl. On you will go through the Hakken Kraks howl. Onward up […]

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