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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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Shopping for Engagement: Cyber Monday’s Management Lessons

Shopping for Engagement: Cyber Monday’s Management Lessons

For decades, Black Friday has been a hot media topic every November. The biggest shopping day of the year has evolved into a weekend of jaw-dropping sales, shoppers camped out in sleeping bags, and crowds shoving their way to deeply discounted wares. I won’t even go there. But what about Cyber Monday, Black Friday’s younger […]

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When I Used to Be a Guy

When I Used to Be a Guy

As a leadership coach, the conversations I have with professionals aren’t often strictly work related, because the lines between our personal and professional lives aren’t always as bold as we might choose to believe. After all, leadership, like life, comes down to understanding ourselves and others. So it seems appropriate that a leadership blog should […]

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Envision It Solved: Why Skip How When Solving Problems

Envision It Solved: Why Skip How When Solving Problems

We’re all big on problem solving. It’s a key trait we look for in effective employees. It’s the focus of countless books, media programs, and courses. It’s a reason for admiration: who doesn’t like the guy who can fix something that’s broken—whether that thing is a leaky faucet or a messy company balance sheet? While […]

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