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Snowdrop flowers in springtime season

The Time for Rest and Renewal

Ancient wisdom tells us that Winter is a time for rest and renewal. But in our culture, we turn on the lights, turn up the heat, get some caffeine and keep on truckin’. Some music with a downbeat fills the emptiness quite well. What is the consequence to have no Winter in our lives? And […]

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The Biggest Lie of the MBA //

The Biggest Lie of the MBA

Just like the emperor with no clothes, many MBA programs wear the clothes of leadership through their marketing, but that leadership is invisible without the corresponding development of new skills. There is an approach that addresses that gap.

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How to Walk Your Path to Leadership Mastery //

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? //

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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Look into the void

The Edge – From Hesitation to Generation

  What do you do when you find yourself at your edge?  The edge of where you know and don’t know.  Where you are competent and not competent. Where you are in your comfort zone and where you are not. Where beyond the edge is the unknown? For most people, this is a place of […]

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Busting the “Soft Skill” Myth //

Busting the “Soft Skill” Myth

Actually, there is NO such thing as soft skills. The so-called “soft skills” people refer to such as the ability to communicate effectively, develop alliances, enroll others into a vision, navigate uncertainty with ease, coach team members, build trust are the absolute hardest thing to do well.

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