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Intuition is a power tool that all successful leaders use, like an internal GPS. I found through working with my clients that many of these leaders have to re-learn how to use intuition because in many of our corporate and work experiences, we learn how to not listen to it. It’s true, increasing intuition improves… Keep Reading >>

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Are our minds, hearts, and spirits truly present? So often, we are replaying in our head the argument we may have had with a spouse, the traffic on the way to work, or the e-mail we just read. How different would it be if we really showed up—mind, body, and spirit? How would our mindfulness,… Keep Reading >>

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3 Ways To Build Leadership With Self-Awareness

May 5, 2015
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I worked with a client who wanted to improve her leadership skills. She was very bright, had an MBA, and was in a mid to high-level leadership position in her organization. Her challenge was connecting with people. We started working, as I always do, with awareness. She was so joy-filled in her practice of awareness,… Keep Reading >>

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Three Ways Building Your EQ Changes Mental Models

April 28, 2015
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Emotional Intelligence (EQ) is a relatively recent discussion point in leadership development. Today we are talking about three ways to build EQ within leadership mindsets and positively shift our mental models (which we use each time we develop policies and procedures). Did you know our mental models are so powerful and deeply ingrained we are… Keep Reading >>

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Why Your Leadership Needs To Understand Personality Types

April 21, 2015
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As we continue our understanding of leadership, today I want to expand our Emotional Intelligence, or EQ, by discussing the importance of understanding personality types in the workplace. Now, we’ve been hanging out together for a while and I just have to ask, Are you a square? No, not that kind of square! Maybe you’re… Keep Reading >>

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Why Effective Communication Often Eludes Leadership

April 13, 2015
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How many times a day do we experience a communication breakdown? We’ve been talking about communication for decades and we still can’t seem to get it right! Effective communication often eludes leadership because we have yet to figure out how to balance both sides of this relationship. Looking at how we communicate can explain so… Keep Reading >>

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Spring Cleaning Your Leadership Priorities

April 7, 2015
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As we enter into Spring, leadership priorities are not often considered part of the Spring Cleaning process. I know there is quite of bit of talk going around about balance. Unfortunately, the discussion only seems to pile on more stress and guilt because many of us are already aware that we are out of balance…. Keep Reading >>

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How To Get Your Creative Juices Flowing

March 31, 2015
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Workplace creativity and innovation are sought after goals in many organizations. Ever wonder how to get the creative juices flowing? Practicing creativity not only helps leaders make quick, confident decisions, innovate, and problem solve; creativity also helps us interact with others at a higher level. Living in this creative zone is as beneficial for leaders… Keep Reading >>

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Three Ways To Find Renewal In Your Leadership Development

March 23, 2015
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As we move into the season of Spring, a sense of wonder and renewal comes upon me. This is such a beautiful time of year, fresh with new beginnings and renewal. It is important for us, as leaders, to take the time for renewal and reflection in our leadership development. As leaders, we have to… Keep Reading >>

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Leadership Models Should Be Built With Legacy In Mind

March 17, 2015
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We all leave a legacy, whether by choice or unconsciously. So why not intentionally create our personal leadership models built with legacy in mind? Do you really want someone else to define your legacy? Meaningfulness, is feeling a part of something bigger, as big as a legacy. The yearning for something more is evident in… Keep Reading >>

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