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Use This Simple Acronym to Boost Team Engagement

As leaders, we all too often assume that our people are committed long before they’re ready — and then we wonder why we get the “deer-in-the-headlights” look when we challenge them. Here’s how you can engage your people to higher levels of commitment and avoid this critical disconnect.

Executive Coach
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How to Hire Top Performers

It seems intuitive that we should hire the best possible people for every position in our company. But in reality, this happens less often than we may care to believe. Here’s what could be keeping you from hiring the best people, and what to do about it.

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How to Stretch Yourself as a Leader
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How to Stretch Yourself as a Leader

As leaders, many of us start our careers with energy and passion — we’re eager to grow our skills and make a difference. But once we reach a certain level of success, there’s a danger that we can lose that drive to dream big. We’re tempted to slow down and protect what we’ve earned. We […]

CEO & Executive Coach
Are you trying too hard to be happy at work?
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Are You Trying Too Hard to Be Happy at Work?

Our pursuit of happiness has built billion-dollar industries — and not surprisingly, it has also bled into the workplace. While business leaders are busy conjuring up new perks and strategies to keep employees smiling, they’re also chasing their own happiness during the workday. But spending so much time and effort trying to be happy at […]

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Three Tips for Coaching Your Team

Coaching your team well is a hallmark of leadership excellence. As a leader, you are responsible for equipping your people to think differently, meet great challenges, and ultimately succeed. However, their success will be a hollow victory if they never take ownership of their own development.

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Investing in Your People Without Spending a Lot

Research shows that people tend to quit their bosses, not their job. According to Gallup polls, managers almost single-handedly make or break employee engagement levels. Oftentimes we think that we have to make big monetary investments to show our employees that we value and appreciate them, but investing in your people in ways that speak to their intrinsic motivation pays bigger dividends.

Executive Coach
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One Change for Big Impact

At some point over the past few years, I realized that great visions aren’t developed, they are discovered. People don’t just come up with a great vision. This is true for individuals as well as teams. I realized that, for the most part, individuals and leaders of groups say they want others to buy in to their vision. After hearing this over and over, it dawned on me that, in many cases, that’s what they get. However, it isn’t necessarily what they want.

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