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Executing Tough Decisions

November 23, 2015

Once in a while, great companies have to execute tough decisions. Sometimes these tough decisions are things like: Work force layoffs, cutting expenses, freezing wages, suspending bonus etc. These decisions are meant for the greatest good of all employees and, […]


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Setting Goals for 2017

October 30, 2015

If you haven’t completed your goals for 2017. It is ok. You are not alone. Your goal planning process should be fairly straight forward and follow the SMART ( Specific, Realistic, Attainable, Realistic, Measurable) acronym. SMART goals are built for […]


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The Importance of Modeling the Way

March 27, 2015

There are many interesting benefits that are born out of the successful implementation of the behaviors that encompass the practices of exemplary leaders.   Recently, one of my clients conveyed to me how she was making better and faster decisions. […]


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How to Build a Cohesive Team

September 26, 2014

How to Build a Cohesive Team In Patrick Lencioni’s groundbreaking book, “The Five Dysfunctions of a Team”, Lencioni describes 5 behaviors that, when exhibited, will lead to a cohesive team that gets things done in an efficient, stress free environment. Those […]


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Leadership Doesn’t Happen Without Courage

August 28, 2014

Leadership doesn’t happen without courage. Courage is having strength in the face of perceived pain or grief. There are a few things about courage I have observed in my study of key Leadership principles. First, courage is a skill that […]


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