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The Gift of Humiliation

No one likes to feel humiliated. It hurts. And along with hurt usually comes anger. It’s a natural reaction. It’s your ego’s way of protecting itself. You might be angry with the person who caused your humiliation, or your might turn your anger inward toward yourself....

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Top 10 Posts of 2016 by @JesseLynStoner

Conant Leadership Champion Award, being near the top of almost every list of top leadership bloggers, and celebrating my 5th anniversary. (I'm not a newbie anymore!) Mostly I am in awe of the number of insightful and thought-provoking comments on my posts. I put a lot...

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Let your history inform you, not define you

Thursday Thoughts: Let your history inform you, not define you. It's important to remember our history because we are grounded in the experience and lessons we have learned. But you don't have to keep repeating your history. And who you were doesn't have to define who...

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Successful Leaders Listen

Successful leaders listen because they know that they don’t know everything they need to know. Who do you listen to? Abraham Lincoln understood that if you surround yourself with people who agree with you, you will miss out on important information and perspective....

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How to Talk about Politics at Work

The recent US elections might have been the most contentious ever. And strong feelings continue to abound. Even though the elections are over, many people are deeply worried about what will happen next. Each side was very concerned about what would happen if their...

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