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Who will be our next president? Psychological swagger is the secret sauce. Let me start by making one thing clear. I am not advocating for one side of the political aisle or the other. I advocate for people to think for themselves and to make decisions based on facts and
We live and work in a reactive world. It seems to me that more and more companies give out badges of honor to those who take action first and fast. What’s wrong with that? It creates a culture of firefighting, where people expect the “first answer” rather than the right
Motivation. It’s a word that has taken on new meaning and stronger importance as companies strive to get the best out of people in a game where the rules have changed. Prior to 2008, when the financial crisis set in, the main motivation was financial rewards or promotions. Now there
Twenty seconds before this year’s Super Bowl ended, no one knew who Malcolm Butler was. Now we all want to know, “how he did it.” Butler’s interception came as we were all convinced the game was over. He’ll be remembered as the man who changed the fate of the game.
“It’s not what happens, it’s what happens next”, “It’s not about the fall, it’s about getting up”, “A lot of people dream of success, few get up and work at it.” We’ve all heard the motivational quotes that sound great and feel better. But what separates losers from winners? Yes,
We will all face a crisis at some point in our careers. The two keys are to be prepared and to not let how you handle the crisis become fuel for a larger crisis. Below are some tips and guidelines on how to Read before you Lead and create purpose
As an advisor to executives who is constantly reminding influential people with power, that listening and understanding is critical to leadership success, I know this headline is a huge risk. The truth is that listening is important, but it can also be what is holding you back and the cause
What’s the number one reason people leave their jobs? Is it money? No. Is it location? No. Is it lack of upward mobility? No. People don’t leave jobs. People leave people. Across industries, companies, and countries, people who leave, leave because of their boss. Having a bad boss is like
Leadership During Layoffs: How Those Staying Can Empower Those Leaving from Philadelphia Business Journal 12/02/2008 Leadership is written about in countless books and online resources. However, there is a gap. Not many leadership gurus talk about the true test of leaders, leading in times of adversity. The financial crisis, war