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4 Ways Leadership Drift Can Catch You Unaware

Are you enthusiastic about your work? When you reflect on your day at work, do you feel a deep sense of satisfaction? Is the person you are at work the same as the person you are outside of work? If the answer to any of these questions is “no,” it’s possible you might...

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Strong Leaders Ask For Help

If you are in a leadership role, chances are you believe it’s better to give than to receive. Which means you also probably believe you should … always be competent … never make mistakes … always be strong and that you should only receive when you have something to...

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Small Companies Need Clear Values

Springtime reminds me of fruit trees and the power of values-driven companies - or more accurately - the cost of NOT being one. Small companies often think they don’t need to bother with things like mission and values - that those are things for large companies. Big...

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Vision and Execution Are Not Sequential

One of the biggest mistakes leaders make is moving from vision to execution as though it’s a linear process. The widely held assumption is they are two ends of a spectrum: Vision is about planning. Execution is about action. The truth is: Vision requires action to be...

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The Power of an Emergent Network

Last week several of us launched a social media driven fundraiser for our friend and colleague Jamie Showkeir who is courageously facing ALS. In just one week we sailed past our goal and raised over $60,000! I am thrilled for my friend, and it has reaffirmed my belief...

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