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Are Distractions Running Your Day?

Five tips to tame your distractions A Leader’s greatest asset is the ability to focus on key initiatives to ensure teams, services, products and ideas are flowing and growing. While the skill of focus is critical, so too is the ability to eliminate distraction from your day. In my work,

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loyalty to relationships is the foundation of great leaders - bobbie gohhen peak performance leadership coach

4 Types of Loyalty Essential to Powerful Leadership

Loyalty is multi-faceted and must be cultivated. The four kinds of loyalty you need to commit to fostering are: Self Loyalty: Be clear and truthful with yourself. This is the first and main priority. Being present, understanding your experience, speaking from your heart without judgment creates a clear and centered

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Competition vs Collaboration

Competition vs Collaboration Compete or collaborate, which is better to achieve your business goals? The answer: both. Each have positive qualities that can be used to create new pathways for all. It’s really about focusing on a clear goal and outcome that creates benefits for all. We have seen the

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Staying Grounded & Authentic as a Leader

Grounded & Authentic Leadership To be a leader in your profession requires coming from your center, your truth. In addition, you need to be able to clearly articulate what is important and why. You can no longer “walk the talk.” This world needs you to “talk what you are walking”

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Are You Leading or Being Led by Change?

Change is constant and around us all the time. A leader’s job is to determine the best direction the winds can take you, stay on course and manage growth. Here are eight imperatives to guide yourself and others through change: 1. Be Mindful. Maintain a close connection to the market

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Successful leaders focus on the natural talents and innate talents of individuals and reinforce them with positive feedbakc.

Where’s Your Focus?

“There’s a widespread belief that if you have solid self-esteem you don’t need outside affirmation and praise. This is patently untrue, by the way.” Harriet Lerner Where’s your focus? If you are frustrated by what people are not doing, focus on what they are doing and see how you can

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Leadership Cred: How Are You Earning It?

“One of the most prestigious accomplishments a leader can earn is the genuine respect of the people they serve” Bobby Compton Leadership Cred: Earning and maintaining respect is not for the faint of heart. Not all bosses can lead. And leaders seldom boss. People willingly follow someone they respect. Earning

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When you trust your voice you help others discover and trust theirs. Bobbie Goheen the Leaders' Coach

Building Trust in Yourself and Others

Building trust is vital to leadership. Leaders are dealing with doubts, fears and uncertainty of decisions and emotions every day. In a time of great unrest and change, having solid core skills to combat doubt and uncertainty, which erodes the trust, is essential. Eight skills to develop to keep strong:

Continue Reading »
moon over water

Are Distractions Running Your Day?

Five tips to tame your distractions A Leader’s greatest asset is the ability to focus on key initiatives to ensure teams, services, products and ideas are flowing and growing. While the skill of focus is critical, so too is the ability to eliminate distraction from your day. In my work,

Continue Reading »
loyalty to relationships is the foundation of great leaders - bobbie gohhen peak performance leadership coach

4 Types of Loyalty Essential to Powerful Leadership

Loyalty is multi-faceted and must be cultivated. The four kinds of loyalty you need to commit to fostering are: Self Loyalty: Be clear and truthful with yourself. This is the first and main priority. Being present, understanding your experience, speaking from your heart without judgment creates a clear and centered

Continue Reading »
pineapple floating in pool

Competition vs Collaboration

Competition vs Collaboration Compete or collaborate, which is better to achieve your business goals? The answer: both. Each have positive qualities that can be used to create new pathways for all. It’s really about focusing on a clear goal and outcome that creates benefits for all. We have seen the

Continue Reading »
beautiful white sand beach with tuquoise waters

Staying Grounded & Authentic as a Leader

Grounded & Authentic Leadership To be a leader in your profession requires coming from your center, your truth. In addition, you need to be able to clearly articulate what is important and why. You can no longer “walk the talk.” This world needs you to “talk what you are walking”

Continue Reading »

Are You Leading or Being Led by Change?

Change is constant and around us all the time. A leader’s job is to determine the best direction the winds can take you, stay on course and manage growth. Here are eight imperatives to guide yourself and others through change: 1. Be Mindful. Maintain a close connection to the market

Continue Reading »
Successful leaders focus on the natural talents and innate talents of individuals and reinforce them with positive feedbakc.

Where’s Your Focus?

“There’s a widespread belief that if you have solid self-esteem you don’t need outside affirmation and praise. This is patently untrue, by the way.” Harriet Lerner Where’s your focus? If you are frustrated by what people are not doing, focus on what they are doing and see how you can

Continue Reading »
earning and maintaining respect is not for the faint of heart quote by bobbie goheen

Leadership Cred: How Are You Earning It?

“One of the most prestigious accomplishments a leader can earn is the genuine respect of the people they serve” Bobby Compton Leadership Cred: Earning and maintaining respect is not for the faint of heart. Not all bosses can lead. And leaders seldom boss. People willingly follow someone they respect. Earning

Continue Reading »
When you trust your voice you help others discover and trust theirs. Bobbie Goheen the Leaders' Coach

Building Trust in Yourself and Others

Building trust is vital to leadership. Leaders are dealing with doubts, fears and uncertainty of decisions and emotions every day. In a time of great unrest and change, having solid core skills to combat doubt and uncertainty, which erodes the trust, is essential. Eight skills to develop to keep strong:

Continue Reading »