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Embrace Your Natural Leadership Strengths, on Skip Prichard’s Leadership Insights Blog

Embrace Your Natural Leadership Strengths, on Skip Prichard’s Leadership Insights Blog

“If you want to be a successful leader, don’t focus too much time and attention on weaknesses,” begins Skip Prichard’s introduction to our interview. “Whether as an individual or as a team, it’s more productive to leverage strengths.” A great synopsis. And not surprising, considering his very insightful questions. Skip runs a wonderful leadership blog, and I […]

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Catch Them Doing It Right: 3 Tips for Effective Encouragement

Catch Them Doing It Right: 3 Tips for Effective Encouragement

Famed psychiatrist Carl Jung has been credited with saying that criticism has “the power to do good when there is something that must be destroyed, dissolved or reduced, but is capable only of harm when there is something to be built.” Unfortunately, too many of us violate this truth of the human psyche. In fact, […]

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Personal Attributes à la Temple Grandin, Power-Alley Superstar

Personal Attributes à la Temple Grandin, Power-Alley Superstar

Temple Grandin is a doctor of animal science, a professor at Colorado State Universty, a best-selling author, an animal-behavior consultant to the livestock industry, and an autism activist. And she’s autistic herself. Because of her neurodevelopmental “difference” (different from whose definition of normal, I’m not sure – although I certainly refuse to call it a […]

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