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Leadership Development Step 2 – New Action Skills

Learning to elevate your leadership impact and skills takes more than being aware of what these skills are. It takes practice to grow and hone these skills. Having a body does not make you a high-level athlete. But with practice, you can become your best as an athlete. Leadership is similar because it is also […]

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Trust Matters and Matters of Trust // generateleadership.com

Trust Matters and Matters of Trust

Trust is crucial to success and is the very medium of human interaction and coordination. We share the future with those we trust, and we withdraw from, avoid, put up with, blame, resent, or compensate with a cost for those we don’t. Trust is crucial for effective teamwork and organizations, it’s a lubricant for smooth […]

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Tap Into Your Power of Not Knowing – Create New Possibilities

What is your relationship with “not knowing?” For most people, it’s a barrier. It means that we are stopped and can’t act where we don’t know. We wouldn’t have a person do surgery on us if they didn’t know surgery. So why would we pursue something if we don’t know how, haven’t been trained in […]

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How to Walk Your Path to Leadership Mastery // generateleadership.com

How to Walk Your Path to Leadership Mastery

One of the paths of leadership leads to mastery. Is this your path? How do you know this is your path? Leadership is a journey, not just a state of authority, and authority is not the final destination.  Rather, it is the beginning. Where do you go from there? What are the outcomes you are […]

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Leadership Presence - Where Are You? // generateleadership.com

Leadership Presence – Where Are You?

I once worked for a boss who tried to say the right words, but they never rang true. He didn’t show up with his heart, energy, and presence in alignment with his words.  He produced distrust in me and other team members, and a desire to avoid interacting with him. I eventually got myself onto […]

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