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Don't Tread on Me

As a leader, you WILL need to lead others through change, and you WILL inadvertently threaten their inner sense of security. Here, I’ll help you understand some of those threats and how to...
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It’s Hard to Fix What You Don’t Understand

Performance Issues As a coaching manager, you know the power of holding meaningful 1:1s with your team members. Yet, even with 1:1s, some performance issues persist. You find yourself asking WHY...
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Focused on Accountability?

Accountability is a hot topic these days. In my recent experience, accountability is most always referred to in a context that means, “Why aren’t THEY taking greater ownership over...
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Wouldn’t it be great to get MORE of the RIGHT things done so you can feel a real sense of progress and achievement?   I’m always looking for the habits, hacks and patterns that get...
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Performance Issues Got You Down?

Let’s face it, managing performance issues is usually one of the most challenging aspects of any leaders’ job. When one of your team members is not performing up to standard, it can...
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Cultivating Warmth and Connection

On this day of celebrating the beauty of love, I’m thinking about the warmth and connection that is at the heart of every strong team. I’m not talking about romantic love, of course....
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A Word for the Year: Committed

COMMITTED That’s my word of the year.  A word of the year helps me set a direction and follow-though on things I know are important and take time. Choosing one word can be...
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How are you measured?

How are you measured at work? This seems like a simple question, right? Take a moment, and answer if you can. (I’ll wait.) Was that easy?  For some, the measures of success are clear. If...
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Time is Not Your Problem

I hate the feeling of spinning my wheels. There are times when I find myself bouncing off walls, my attention split into fragments, distracted by 100 tasks and “to-dos.” This is...
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Welcoming or Resisting Change

You know the old adage: Change is the only constant. This slogan is often used to “help” people “get on board” when leaders have made a decision and they want everyone to...
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