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Leadership Guide to Striking Balance

Meet Harry & Harriet, two very busy Leaders in an organization similar to yours. As they interact with stakeholders in different time zones, their day begins at the crack of dawn when they check their work email.  After eating a

Posted in Emotional Intelligence, Leadership, Personal Renewal, Relationships

4 Essential Conflict Management Strategies for Leaders

Managing conflict of any kind can be a frustrating task for most of us. For leaders, resolving some sort of conflict is usually the norm rather than the exception. From competing resources and deadlines, to new project teams, mergers, and

Posted in Emotional Intelligence, Leadership, Relationships

Top CIO Leadership Skills Include Emotional Intelligence

IT is experiencing a historic period of “profound change,” according to the preliminary results of “35th Annual SIM IT Trends Study,” published recently by the The Society for Information Management. The SIM IT trends survey is based on the responses

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What do you admire most in a leader?

Posted in Engagement, Leadership, Relationships

Burgers Don’t Sell Themselves

Chances are you have a favorite product or brand… for a variety of reasons as well. Maybe it’s the convenience, or the taste, the design, the cause, or the culture. Above all else, what makes the products and brands we

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Consider Your Approach to Leadership Development

One of my clients, a 160 year old company with 43K employees, will hire 6K people this year.  In 2 years, 50% of their workforce will possess less than 5 years experience.  That means lots of retirement parties and orientation

Posted in Career, Coaching, Commitment, Engagement, Generations, Leadership, Uncategorized

Leadership & Power Are Not Synonymous

Leadership and power are closely linked but they are not synonymous. People tend to follow those who are powerful.  But leaders have and use power for different reasons. Some are powerful because they alone have the ability to give a

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