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Feedback Your Way to Success

I have been fortunate to have great success in my career and personal life. When I reflect upon the moments which allowed me to achieve my goals and realize my dream, there is a common theme and it is feedback. There is a quote that says, “When the student is

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Clear Vision

In leadership, people often confuse authority and clarity. When there is chaos, confusion, uncertainty and doubt, there is a strong need for clarity.  As a leader, it is important to have clarity and be clear so that others around you can thrive. “More important than the quest for certainty is

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Take Stock of Your Day and Leadership Ability

Leadership is not an easy path and requires moving into areas that are uncomfortable, yet necessary for your growth. Practicing reflection and taking stock of your day is as important as being present, clear and focused in each moment. Reflection is a practice that has the greatest impact on your

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Grow Your Insight

Vulnerability in leadership is movement in today’s world. This ability to feel deeply, share our experience, claim our own responsibility with our emotions and find a different path forward, are the practices which are emerging in our workplace and our lives. I can recall a time where I was taught

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Off the Path

We are off the beaten path of what we know as “normal” or “usual” in the day-to-day operations of our teams, companies and markets. We are in the real practice of leadership. There is so much noise in the world, and your ability to listen, understand, adapt, sift, synthesize and

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Navigational Leadership

“If there is one thing that’s certain in business, it is uncertainty.” Steven Covey We are in an unprecedented time of leadership where information and knowledge are changing daily, which requires leaders and society to change dynamically every day. I am fortunate enough to work with very successful leaders who

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2020 Visionary Leadership Series: Lesson Five

“A reliable way to make people believe in falsehoods is frequent repetition, because familiarity is not easily distinguished from truth. Authoritarian institutions and marketers have always known this fact.” Daniel Kahneman, Thinking Fast and Slow When leading a large team, it was not uncommon for someone to enter my office

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Feedback Your Way to Success

I have been fortunate to have great success in my career and personal life. When I reflect upon the moments which allowed me to achieve my goals and realize my dream, there is a common theme and it is feedback. There is a quote that says, “When the student is

Continue Reading »

Clear Vision

In leadership, people often confuse authority and clarity. When there is chaos, confusion, uncertainty and doubt, there is a strong need for clarity.  As a leader, it is important to have clarity and be clear so that others around you can thrive. “More important than the quest for certainty is

Continue Reading »

Take Stock of Your Day and Leadership Ability

Leadership is not an easy path and requires moving into areas that are uncomfortable, yet necessary for your growth. Practicing reflection and taking stock of your day is as important as being present, clear and focused in each moment. Reflection is a practice that has the greatest impact on your

Continue Reading »

Grow Your Insight

Vulnerability in leadership is movement in today’s world. This ability to feel deeply, share our experience, claim our own responsibility with our emotions and find a different path forward, are the practices which are emerging in our workplace and our lives. I can recall a time where I was taught

Continue Reading »

Off the Path

We are off the beaten path of what we know as “normal” or “usual” in the day-to-day operations of our teams, companies and markets. We are in the real practice of leadership. There is so much noise in the world, and your ability to listen, understand, adapt, sift, synthesize and

Continue Reading »

Navigational Leadership

“If there is one thing that’s certain in business, it is uncertainty.” Steven Covey We are in an unprecedented time of leadership where information and knowledge are changing daily, which requires leaders and society to change dynamically every day. I am fortunate enough to work with very successful leaders who

Continue Reading »

2020 Visionary Leadership Series: Lesson Five

“A reliable way to make people believe in falsehoods is frequent repetition, because familiarity is not easily distinguished from truth. Authoritarian institutions and marketers have always known this fact.” Daniel Kahneman, Thinking Fast and Slow When leading a large team, it was not uncommon for someone to enter my office

Continue Reading »