Giving Fear a Seat At The Table

The most successful leaders we’ve worked with share several traits. But one may be surprising: their ability to recognize a personal fear that was fueling ineffective behavior, harness it and then lead for the better. In doing so, they took their successful careers to an entirely new level.

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Strategic Alignment: Decoded

Did you know that you don’t have to be friends with (or even like) your co-workers to create a high-performing team? Through my work and experience, I've learned what makes – and doesn’t make – a healthy, effective leadership team that produces a great culture and strong results.

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A Compelling Case For Coaching

The one thing to know about coaching is that it is about change. Specifically, it can be about acquiring new skills, learning new behaviors, or shifting thoughts and paradigms. Growth can be invigorating, it can be motivating, it can be thrilling; growth requires us to step outside of our comfort zones into unfamiliar territory... 

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Cosmos and the Forgotten Power of Wonder

School, adulthood and responsibility replace our wonder with a seen-it-all cynicism. Worse, in the Age of the Internet we think we really have seen it all. That does more than rob us of the capacity to be amazed and overjoyed by the humble. It shuts off our ability to live in the moment and to see the people around us in all their glory...

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