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10 Ways to Say Yes, or No, to More Meetings

Six months into COVID WFH, are you craving interaction with co-workers, or happy to be at home? Some people can’t wait to get back into the office, and others are enjoying working at home.  The silver lining of COVID, for some, is the lack of commute, the time saved...

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Stop Paying The Costly Reluctant Leader Tax

Be honest, have these thoughts ever crossed your mind? I didn’t go to school all those years to do this stuff. I’m an expert at what I do…not this! I want to practice what I am trained to do! And my favorite…This leadership stuff is taking up too much time and taking...

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I Didn’t Sign Up for This!

6 weeks ago, I was preparing to go to Chicago to speak at a conference with an old friend from business school. And worrying about getting the right bathing suits for my teenage daughter for our family trip to Mexico (lesson learned: you can’t have too many). Things...

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Don’t Be Distracted while Working at Home

Working virtually is our new normal. For some of us, this is nothing new, but now there is another level of distraction. A quick tip on limiting your distractions and staying on task. Learn more about effective communication skills with this free guide. 

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Learn Something New During COVID-19

Picking up something new helps your confidence soar. Use this time to learn something new. Continue to hone your leadership skills with these complimentary downloadable tips.  

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6 Things you Didn’t Know About Giving Performance Reviews

My phone rings off the hook this time of year. For many, it is performance review time. I know first-hand how much people love this process. How do I give John feedback, so he does something with it, rather than just nodding his head and ignoring me? Why is it that...

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Think You’re Not Biased? You’re Wrong!

While hiking in the foothills of Denver, when I see a ratted animal, I know to start walking faster, to head back home, and to pull my sweet dog closer to my side. I assume that the furry creature is not a friend. He may seem like he wants to play with my dog. Those...

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