Top Rules to Reach Greater Leadership Success
09 May 2017

Top Rules to Reach Greater Leadership Success

I like working with really successful leaders because they are driven to push themselves to greater career heights. Each has a unique definition of what success looks like to them. But typically they want more influence and responsibility, more lucrative compensation, or a greater sense of accomplishment while establishing a living legacy. They want to […]

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Mergers & Acquisitions are Your Opportunity to Thrive
24 Jan 2017

Mergers & Acquisitions are Your Opportunity to Thrive

During all of those rather chaotic mergers and acquisitions, I was busy managing large teams of executives and other employees. Every time we completed one merger and blending of stores, it seemed that another merger process was starting up on the horizon. Experiencing that kind of repeated challenge while still achieving outstanding top and bottom-line […]

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Do You Utilize These Smart Tips To Make Your Leadership Confidence Soar?
24 May 2016

Do You Utilize These Smart Tips To Make Your Leadership Confidence Soar?

Leadership responsibility demands confidence, especially as you rise higher and higher in your career and your visibility becomes more prominent within your organization and your industry. But it is important to recognize the keen difference between confidence and arrogance. Those who are arrogant think they have arrived and no longer need mentors, coaches, and professional […]

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10 Nov 2015

4 Ways to Boost Your Leadership Brand and Career

Branding your leadership in a powerful, succinct, memorable way has never been more important than it is today. Companies are hiring and promoting at a significant pace, but they are being very selective. That’s the new economy, and if you want to get to the next level of executive leadership you have to be able […]

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Bridge the Workplace Generation Gap
20 Nov 2012

Bridge the Workplace Generation Gap

How do you get recent college grads to respect the grandparents on the team? What do you do to improve collaboration between Gen X employees and Baby Boomers? Can you pair up people to emphasize their strengths and strengthen their weaknesses? Leading a multigenerational workforce is a challenge. You can quickly alienate an entire demographic. […]

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Promote Your Promoter: Get what you want by giving what others want
23 Feb 2012

Promote Your Promoter: Get what you want by giving what others want

When you meet with a boss to solicit performance feedback, always inquire how you can help them achieve their own goals. This is essentially the same strategy that HR experts recommend when doing a job interview – not focusing on yourself but keeping the conversation about the needs of the person you hope will hire […]

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High Potential Careers: Cast your net beyond the comfort zone for a faster promotion
04 May 2011

High Potential Careers: Cast your net beyond the comfort zone for a faster promotion

Here’s the misunderstood truth about landing a secure and comfortable promotion. To get there you have to be willing to risk the sensation of insecurity and commit yourself to discomfort. The nature of career development and leadership growth is change – and that’s the opposite of security and familiarity. Embrace that process or you’ll remain […]

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