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Use Courage—Not Fear To Manage Your Team

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Years ago, I wrote an international bestselling management book called, Courage Goes to Work. I’ve taught the concepts of

Never Underestimate the Power of Knowing Your People

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As a leader, knowing your people has a powerful and long-lasting impact. But the pendulum of effect swings two ways–positive and negative.  A manager who is indifferent to his

When There’s Conflict—Deal With It!

It’s your first day as a “leader” and you’re basking in the glow of your advancement! Life is good, your ego is riding high from your promotion, your first cup of morning coffee is perfect, and you’re