Leadership

Garage Shoes: A Love Note From the Front Line

Many of us have friends and loved ones on the front line, fighting Covid-19. One of our clients sent me this picture of her “garage shoes.” I asked her to share her experience with us…

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Tips for Leading Virtual Teams

More organizations are sending people home to work remotely. While that often brings some benefits to an employee’s experience, there is a growing double-bind for managers and executives who now need to lead remote teams….

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Leading During Times of Uncertainty

Amid the news of the global spread of the coronavirus, a world financial crisis, and an upcoming US presidential election, there is growing uncertainty, increased speculation, and rising public fear and reaction.  As leaders, we…

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5 Tips to Overcome Professional Ghosting

He wouldn’t call me back. Texts and emails went unreturned. I thought we had something special, then he vanished. No, this wasn’t an ex-boyfriend that disappeared, I was professionally ghosted. Professional ghosting is a term…

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Three Ways to Get Usable Feedback

Learning how to give and receive feedback effectively is imperative for leadership development.  Some people dread it, some people don’t get enough of it.  Some leaders are great at giving feedback and some avoid it…

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