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Make Stress Your Friend

Stress has become a buzzword, but most of us don’t really know what it is. According to my friend Dr. Heidi Hanna, the word itself can cause stress just because it’s difficult to define. We use it as a catchall for anything that feels off in our lives, and by dumping problems into a bucket… Continue Reading Make Stress Your Friend

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Building Better Leaders

In a recent New York Times article, Laszlo Bock, former senior vice president of people operations at Google, reveals what some might refer to as surprising. After synthesizing 10,000 data points including performance reviews done on managers, employee engagement surveys and even nomination forms for top-manager awards, the Google analysts found that technical expertise paled… Continue Reading Building Better Leaders

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The Weakest Link

Let’s start with a POP QUIZ: What’s 2,446,708 X 11,567 X 6.72 X 0? Pretty simple, huh? I bet you even came up with the correct answer without using a calculator. How about another mental challenge? This one comes from one of my favorite blogs (Farnam Street): Suppose you were trying to become the best… Continue Reading The Weakest Link

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Character and Competence

When asked what they admire most in a leader, 87% point to character while only 13% point to competence. Most of us follow leaders based on who the leader is, and not as much for what they do. If a leader is arrogant and doesn’t listen to input, she can make poor decisions by dismissing… Continue Reading Character and Competence

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Sit Down and Dream

Take time to put a strategic growth plan for yourself in writing. Why fly blind and assume you know where you’re headed when you can know EXACTLY where you’re going? This week, sit down and dream. Get your growth plan in writing. Keep that paper or digital image in front of you. Review it every… Continue Reading Sit Down and Dream

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