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How Leaders Push, Pull, and Persevere

Soon, there will come a time when lessons learned in crisis will be the online trending topic. Articles will ask what we learned in Harvey, tips from dealing with Irma, and how a leader manages to recover from a million-acre wildfire in their area. Posts may look to Mexico and talk about rebuilding

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3 Keys to Keeping Happy Leaders

In many organizations, from law enforcement to utilities to corporate America, recruitment and retention challenges are rising. How do we find good people and once we have ‘em, how do we keep them? It’s a common question and one most commonly answered with a request for an increased budget. But,

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How Do You Emotionally Roll?

So many times, leaders are almost literally expected to be free of emotion, or at least not show any. This expectation is far more pronounced for the male gender, yet still shows up for female leaders in that anger from them is not widely tolerated. But, as we’ve discussed, leadership is not always

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10 Steps for Leaders to Make Difficult People Disappear

Leaders are often tasked with leading difficult people. But, let’s face it, whether you lead just you, your own business, an entire department, or hundreds of employees from the helm of an organization, chances are you encounter, lead, and or are perhaps even married to, someone who at times, seems

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3 Leadership Habits You Have to Unbuckle

We’ve all heard buckle up, when the ride gets bumpy. Most of us have even said buckle up when things at work get tricky, but what happens when that mode becomes a habit? What happens when a leader is always bracing for impact? That leader develops dangerous habits. Whether it’s

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Leadership: Service or Sabotage?

In learning the art and science of more effective leadership, one may run into resistance. Beyond learning, while leading in challenging circumstances, one may also face resistance, opposition, or downright slings and arrows. In both cases, at what point does one continue to serve, in spite of a lack

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