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Who you are is how you lead.

Who you are is how you lead.

They say that you you have to hear something a certain number of times before it sinks in. Well, I have a note in my phone that I keep with writing ideas, so that if inspiration hits and I'm not able to write at that moment, I keep the idea...and vice versa, if I sit...

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5 Ways to be Flexible with Yourself Right Now

5 Ways to be Flexible with Yourself Right Now

Flexibility is key these days and it’s also one of the great tools to stay out of perfectionism. It sounds easy – you can just pivot or shift. Simple, right? Sorta. Simple, but not easy, feels more accurate. There are 5 key things that you can implement right now to...

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Walk Your Talk

Walk Your Talk

One of the conversations I’ve been having with leaders lately is how they walk their talk. The basics of power dynamics tell us that if you’re the person in the room who holds the most (perceived) power (typically due to rank or title in the workplace) you set the...

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Stop Asking Yourself What You Want to Get Done

Stop Asking Yourself What You Want to Get Done

The most common thing I'm hearing from leaders is the long list of things they want to accomplish during this quarantine. They list all of the projects for their team, that they hope will ensure they're ready to hit the ground running when restrictions are lifted....

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Who is your you?

Who is your you?

This question stops a lot of my leaders in their tracks. They tell me about the stress they're carrying for their teams, for their family, for their peers, and often for their own boss. Who is your you? Who is the person who helps you carry the stress when it gets...

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Bouncing Forward

Bouncing Forward

I have to start by giving credit for this piece to my Doing (good) Business podcast co-host, Kelly Stewart. As Kelly and I have been talking in the past several weeks, we’ve both seen the topic of resilience making a resurgence. Perfect timing, and I’m...

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