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Are you the Leader that you Would Follow?

As humans, we may never become totally skilled and talented in everything leaders need to do and be. Accepting this in yourself and others demonstrates the courage, resilience, and humility required to be an effective leader.

Wellness for Companies and Executives

Reflecting on the past twelve months should give us a perspective of how much change and stress everyone has had to deal with on a consistent basis. While initially, energized (dealing with problem solving and getting remote working set up), the reality of blurring...

It’s what you learn after you know it all that counts

The above quote is credited to the late UCLA basketball coach John Wooden and was made famous as the title of the late Baltimore Orioles manager Earl Weaver’s 1982 biography. Both were extremely successful at their respective crafts. Producing not only winning teams...

Own It

I’ve noticed the term “Own It” showing up in social media posts lately, and after some limited research decided that it is being used as a “slang” term for accountability. Some examples include: Take responsibility for what you’ve doneBe accountable for your...

A New Year’s Resolution: Build Stronger Relationships

I am not a fan of making New Year’s resolutions for obvious reasons. Hardly anyone keeps them for very long. It has been said that it takes at least six weeks of continuous work to turn something like a resolution into a habit – exercising, dieting, biking, and...

All Risks Are Not Created Equal

To do a good job coaching and developing the individuals on your team, senior leaders need both the drive and the right personality strengths. If either the motivation or the ability is missing, an executive coach can make a great partner.