Leading in Times of Crisis: Follow the 7 Cs

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A few weeks ago I reached out to my friend and colleague Dan Roberts to see if he’d share his “7 Cs” of leadership with you. Dan is the CEO of Ouellette & Associates, and well known in the technology world. He is the author of multiple

Creative Leadership Inspires Inventive Results

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Real leadership opportunities can be found regardless of a global pandemic such as COVID-19.  In particular, a challenge most leaders face is how to inspire workplace-creativity. This can be especially difficult

You Still Have a Job to Do!

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So, so much has happened since my last blog in February. We’ve experienced a worldwide pandemic declaration, “stay at home” directives, social distancing, work stoppages/shutdowns, furloughs, virtual classrooms

7 Ways To Recover And Be Stronger After A Hard Leadership Lesson

Have you ever worked with a mentor or business role model and wondered, “How do they do it every day without breaking down?” Here’s a fundamental truth from my book, A Leadership Kick in the Ass: your mentors and role models learn

Now That the Conflict Is Over, How Do I Recover?

Edited March 2020 Conflicts aren’t comfortable. As a leader, you can bet you’re going to experience them, and some will be more challenging than others because the circumstances surrounding them will be