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

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

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How to Give Feedback the RIGHT Way in 4 Easy Steps

Are you avoiding a tough conversation? In the past, I admit I thought avoidance was an effective tactic. I didn’t want to create conflict. How do you tell someone that he came across unprepared and no one was buying his ‘rubbish’? (I’m being nice.) I was a junior team...

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How to handle a colleague with low confidence

Katie couldn’t believe what she was hearing. Her business partner, Samantha, was taking credit for Katie’s work and self-promoting to senior executives. They had been a successful team for the last 6 years and had a good trusting relationship. On this Wednesday...

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14 Questions to Ask before You Say Yes

Madeline has spent the last 18 months working on a big client project. It has been a steep learning curve. She is gaining a more in-depth knowledge about the client and the industry. She feels good about mastering a new skill. She is having fun at times, and in the...

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3 Tips to Jump Start your Marketing before end of Q2

With the year about half over, is your book where you want it to be?  Are you on track to meet your metrics by year-end?  Don’t wait another quarter to pick up your efforts to insure you end the year as planned. What can you do?  Try one – or all three – of the...

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5 Tweaks to Change your Career…and Your Daughter’s

I'm in. How can I do this? She needs to toughen up, doesn’t she? If she wasn’t a *itch, people would like her better, and her team would perform better. She is an aggressive negotiator! Watch out! We don’t mean to come across this way. We don’t intend to be mean. We...

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