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How Great Leaders Inspire Performance

How Great Leaders Inspire Performance

How Great Leaders Inspire Performance Of all the competencies that we value in leaders, it is the ability to inspire and be inspirational that rises to the top. To some this is natural, to others, it is learned and practiced. This is a core requirement for leaders –...

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Why having too many choices undermines you

Why having too many choices undermines you

“I was lucky to be in the right place at the right time. But many others were also in the same place. The difference was that I took action.” – Bill Gates We humans are not very good at making decisions. It may be some consolation to learn that our ineptitude stems...

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Unlocking the Intrinsic Motivators in Your Workforce

Unlocking the Intrinsic Motivators in Your Workforce

Unlocking the Intrinsic Motivators in Your Workforce There is no passion to be found playing small, in settling for a life that is less than the one you are capable of living. —Nelson Mandela By 2025, millennials will make up 75 percent of the workforce.  In the past...

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Embracing the Yes and… in Business and Life

Embracing the Yes and… in Business and Life

Embracing the “Yes and…” in Business and Life Life is a hell of a lot more fun if you say yes rather than no. —Richard Branson Sometimes we choose our circumstances, and other times the circumstances choose us. How we see and deal with the challenges around us is a...

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How to make Curiosity into your SuperPower

How to make Curiosity into your SuperPower

How to make Curiosity into your SuperPower “Curiosity did not kill the cat. Ignorance did.” – Unknown Each of us is born curious. Our early years are dominated by an unquenchable thirst for knowledge, with all of our senses focused on exploring and learning and...

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Connectivity – Building Relationships that Matter

Connectivity – Building Relationships that Matter

Connectivity: Building Relationships that Matter Today and especially in business, we need to focus on identifying, relating to, and integrating with a multitude of new and changing communities, using each to further expand and strengthen the fabric that connects and...

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The Business of Empathy

The Business of Empathy

People don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care. —Theodore Roosevelt Empathy is feeling that you understand and perhaps even share another person’s experiences or emotions. It’s your capacity to put yourself in someone else’s shoes. Empathy stems...

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The Art of Adaptability : How to become Antifragile

The Art of Adaptability : How to become Antifragile

COVID-19 has been referred to as a black swan event—something that is extremely negative, rare, and almost impossible to predict.  Nassim Taleb, the famous author of The Black Swan, reminds us that we can divide the world and all that’s in it (people, things,...

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