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One On One Meeting Questions: What to Ask

Asking the right questions of the people you lead is a skill that can make all the difference. Whether you’re a manager seeking to best understand your team members or an employee looking to clarify expectations, knowing how to ask the right one on one meeting questions can lead to better outcomes and build stronger…

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Why Does Leadership Development Matter?

Have you ever thought about the value of great leadership? What’s the return for those who define, discover, and develop multiplying leaders in their organizations?  These are questions all great organizations should be asking, so we made a list to help identify a few key answers. Here goes: Leadership Development Increases Profitability Lack of leadership…

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One on One Meetings: A Manager’s Most Powerful Tool

The word “meeting” tends to set off an internal cringe alarm. Because many meetings aren’t effective, that’s a fair response. However, the most powerful tool you have as a manager is weekly one on one meetings with each person on your team. That’s right… weekly.  If done right, this meeting can produce the most significant…

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Why You Should Implement Leadership Development Training

A business could provide the best leadership training or sign its employees up for the best leadership courses in the world, but to ensure your organization’s employees (especially the leaders among your workforce) are adequately trained requires a great deal of effort, research, and initiative as well. It may be true that some people are…

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Who Do You Want to Be This Year?

It’s that time of year again. December first is right around the corner! For most of us, we gladly say goodbye to an old year and welcome a new fresh start. As we begin 2023, it’s time for us to refocus and cast a new vision. It’s a time for us to reset and start…

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How to Defeat the Tyranny of the Urgent

There’s an emerging currency for leaders. This new currency has the ability to differentiate leaders and set them on an accelerated course toward success. Think for a minute about what currency is and how it’s used. Currency is something you exchange for something that’s valuable to or needed by you. You exchange cash for your…

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Two Key Factors in a High-Performing Team

As leaders, we all aspire to build a high-performing team. We want our peers and boss to perceive our team as such. We want our team to be more than average. We want them to be a group that others aspire to join and a team that delivers extraordinary business results. We know there’s a…

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Navigating Chaos: Simplifying the Battlefield

What do you do when your plans go sideways? When chaos and clutter are prevalent and the fog rolls in? We’ve all been there. Some of us are there now. We’ve all had moments or seasons where chaos reigns and we struggle to maintain focus and forward momentum. Stress rises. Things break. We freak out. …

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How to Master Self-Leadership

Why Emotional Intelligence Is Important For Self-Leadership Do you know how other people experience you? Are you aware of the impact you have on the people around you?  Every person experiences you and the world differently. That’s why whether you’ve had a leadership title for years or are starting your first job post-grad, increasing your…

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