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Creating a Culture via Inspiration

Culture is created by how we act. The old adage of "do as I say, not as I do" does not work in the long run, whether you're training your...

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Negotiating Tips From the FBI

Who doesn't want tips on negotiating, right? How about from the FBI? Certainly you'd think they know a lot about negotiating.

Turns out,...

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Not Getting It All Done?

This is a timely piece at a time when what's going on in the world seems to be overwhelming. Maybe it's not more work, just the...

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Learning from Negativity

The quote highlighted from this article is just one of several relevant points addressed by this author, challenging the tendency to let...

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The Do's & Don'ts of Crisis Communication

There's never been a more important time to keep lines of communication open amongst all those looking to you for guidance and answers.

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Women Mentoring Women

Mentorship is more than being available for an occasional call or rap session. The most productive mentoring relationships consist of...

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9 Top Work From Home Tips For Right Now (And Always)

If you’re used to working in an office, and only in an office, suddenly working from home can throw you and your productivity for a loop.

Welp, here we are. We’re all going to be amazing at this work from home thing—let’s stick together. But apart. But also together. The...…

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COVID-19 and Communication

COVID-19 presents an unprecedented challenge for organizations around the world. As we face continued uncertainty, leaders are grappling...

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Are You Positive?

I often tell people I am a "glass half-full" person. How do you characterize your approach to life? Do you believe in what people tell...

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Are You Worth Following?

Leadership legitimacy is an interesting concept, one dealt with in this short video. It is part of why people choose to follow a leader,...

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Critics May be Telling You Something

We've probably all been criticized for something: our presentation, our appearance, our language or our lack of knowledge. In this case,...

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On Losing

This one hit home. We live and operate in a culture of "winning." Business is "win or lose" with no middle ground. I'm in sales - I don't...

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Who You Choose to Be in an Interview

It feels intuitive to me that I should modify my approach (or cater) to whom I'm interviewing with. In other words, anticipate what they...

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Knowing Your Subject

Presentations are a way of life, not just in business (I watched my 10-year-old give a 90-second bio of Derek Jeter today).

Knowing your...

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Knowing in a Time of Change

We are certainly in a time of change. Sometimes it feels like that change is constant. Change creates opportunity and the need for...

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Globalize to Grow

Globalizing your business brings many benefits, like new revenue streams, access to a global talent pool, greater opportunity for...

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The Science of Persuasion

As a sales leader, persuasion and persuasive strategies are a favorite topic. In today's world of countless viral marketing strategies,...

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