Change often Means Loss to Your Teams

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Change is never easy. The last 20 months have brought a rapid amount of changes in a very short amount of time. Organizations and employees alike have been impacted and challenged to endure an ever-growing list of changes. An effective leader must

5 Strategies to Address Conflict as a Manager

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There is no escaping the reality of conflict at work. Whether you are a new leader having to confront poor performance issues, or a seasoned leader having to protect your organization’s interests, to be successful, you’re going to have to be skilled at engaging in conflict. Running away is not an option.

Why Humility Makes You More Successful (and Coachable)

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Guest Post by Sean Glaze In his now famous TED Talk from 2013, Bill Gates explained in the first few minutes that his bridge game had improved – along with his executive impact – largely because he had a coach. And he explained that “We all

The Fall Hike Effect

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When faced with a challenge, whether professionally or personally, it is often fear that holds us back. Maybe you are afraid to start because you might fail.  Afraid to put your idea out there at the meeting, because of what others might think. 

Team Building in a Remote or Hybrid Office

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The pandemic has forced a change in the way we work, as well as the where we work. As many organizations return to work, many more are reminding remote, or exploring creating a hybrid office. This environment has a percentage of employees working