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Welcome to the Dance

You’re walking through the halls of your workplace offices, as you do every day, and you see that people are quietly keeping at their work and looking rather productive. You turn the corner and find two employees in a conversation, and as you get closer you realize they are actually in a bit of aContinue reading Welcome to the Dance

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The Words We Use Say a Lot

You’ve asked one of your direct reports to see you in your office. It’s about a recent mistake they’ve made and you want to provide some feedback and maybe a little coaching. They enter the room sheepishly and slump down in the chair opposite your desk. You don’t want to beat around the bush, soContinue reading The Words We Use Say a Lot

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Beware of Your Strengths

You’re in a meeting with your team and you have a great idea. You share it with the group. Everyone loves your new idea. A little bit later in the meeting, you have another great idea. You share that one with the group and they like that one too. The meeting continues and you haveContinue reading Beware of Your Strengths

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Better Clients Get Better Results

You’re thinking about your work over the past week, or the last challenging conversation you had with your child or your parent, or maybe you’re thinking about the future and how to achieve your most audacious goals. You’re probably also thinking is, “Why do I keep making these same mistakes? Why is this so hardContinue reading Better Clients Get Better Results

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Prove Your Point or Improve Your Position?

You find yourself in a heated discussion with a close colleague, a direct report, or maybe even your spouse or partner. You’ve been going back and forth about who is right and who is wrong. And it appears things are not going to get better any time soon. We’ve all been there, and it stinks.Continue reading Prove Your Point or Improve Your Position?