Crushed by stress? Leadership skills can change this (part 2)

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Published: September 27, 2013

Don’t be oppressed by stress.  Do something about it. A leadership program to reduce stress Change the game.  A great leader can help people by changing the forces that press on followers.  The leader may reduce the intensity, or change the direction of ambient pressure.  The leader may be able to move people out of […]

Professional Career Coach: What Does It Mean To Be Amazing ?

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Published: September 17, 2013

  We all have greatness within us this, I believe.  I would like to think that I would always choose to be amazing: using my greatness to make a difference in the world around me.  And I think we have that potential to be amazing. When you were a kid – or perhaps a young […]

Leadership Development Includes A Personal Learning Plan. What’s Yours?

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Published: September 13, 2013

Successful person:  What is your personal learning plan? For over a year now I have been asking this question to people who tell me they are successful. Every single person tells me that learning is vital. They intend to keep learning, the rest of their life. Yet I wonder. Do they really have a plan? […]

The Power Of Inner Will: Beyond Training And Development

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Published: September 10, 2013

        The mind is an incredible instrument. Consider that we all stumble. We all face a major life upheaval that keep us from our goals. There is no direct path to success in all things. Everyone stumbles.     Career coaching for life upheaval Successful people keep going. Leaders find the inner […]

Public Speaker: Do You Have A Leadership Voice?

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Published: September 6, 2013

  My friend Tal Shnall has recently challenged his readers to “discover their leadership voice.” (Read more here: http://leadchangegroup.com/discover-your-leadership-voice/) What does this mean to have a leadership voice and how do you express your voice? I believe the only way to realize your leadership voice is to understand your vision of the future. Your job […]

Coaching Leadership: The Impact Of A Hammer, The Weight Of A Feather

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Published: September 3, 2013

If I had a degree in particle physics I would write about the massive power found at the subatomic level. And if I had been elected to Congress, you would know that I have huge power to change the way our country is operating – well, maybe. Instead, I’m an expert on leaders and I […]

Soft skills count: Courage and Leadership

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Published: August 30, 2013

Join me in an unofficial poll: raise your hands if you can imagine a leader (a good one) was not courageous? Hmmm . . . from where I’m sitting, I don’t see any raised hands. We come to expect courage from our leaders. Nevertheless, I don’t know of anyone that teaches courage as part of […]

The Leadership Coach: Great leaders take things personally.

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Published: August 27, 2013

    Does your boss take things personally? If you are like most people that probably sounds like a bad thing. Many people in the United States hate their boss, so any opportunity to criticize the emerging leader is just fine. We hate it when bosses micromanage us, we hate it when bosses tell us […]

Organizational Training: Teams make smart organizations

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Published: August 16, 2013

How do you make a smart organization? Is it enough for the CEO to be an extremely brainy guy? Not in my opinion. The smart organization not only has good decision-making power, it also has excellent experience, and it also has the ability to spread knowledge through all levels of the organization. The smart organization […]

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