6 Reasons to Meet

If you are not pulling your team together on a regular basis to meet, here are six good reasons to start doing so. Create more of a team environment. Encourage open communication. Offer a safe place for conflict. Break down silos by increasing transparency across functions. Provide greater clarity. Structure accountability. Once you establish a… Continue Reading 6 Reasons to Meet

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My Favorite Reads in 2020

As a regular subscriber to The Fit Leader blog, you know that I am an avid reader, and often make references to books in my posts. As we near the end of 2020, I’m happy to share my favorite reads for the year. The Motive: Why So Many Leaders Abdicate Their Most Important Responsibilities by… Continue Reading My Favorite Reads in 2020

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Breaking Bias

The renewed focus on inclusion these days is rooted in increased evidence that organizations that become more diverse, at all levels, increase sales, drive innovation and reduce turnover. My experience has shown me that the more the faces around the table look different from one another, the greater the likelihood we will hear perspectives and… Continue Reading Breaking Bias

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EQ vs. IQ

Emotional Intelligence (emotional quotient or EQ)  refers to the ability to identify and manage one’s own emotions, as well as the emotions of others.  Many point to EQ as being more important that IQ as leaders rise within an organization and broaden their responsibility for larger teams. The term Emotional Intelligence was popularized in the… Continue Reading EQ vs. IQ

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