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

Why Senior Leaders Don’t Use Tech

Edited March 2020 Most people agree that technology is critical for helping get remote work done. They also agree that good leaders communicate using every tool at their disposal

F.E.A.R. — Failure is to be Expected, Be Ready for It

This month, we welcome guest blogger, Mark Divine. Mark is a retired Navy SEAL Commander, founder of SEALFIT and Unbeatable Mind, and New York Times bestselling author of The Way of the SEAL, Unbeatable Mind, and his