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Jessica Soroky continues her series Leadership is a Choice. In most cases this blinking cursor is my friend – full of possibilities and wonder as it leads my thoughts from sentence to sentence, enticing me to go further. Today this … Continue reading

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I’ve been asked—and have agreed—to teach The Leadership Gift Program‘s 8 Core Modules live via webinar beginning March 4. I have not done this since 2014 and am not sure when I will do it again. If you are interested in … Continue reading

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  Volkswagen Group IT leadership gathered at the stunning Axica Conference Center in Berlin. And when it was time for Break through problems, accelerate your growth, and skyrocket performance with The Leadership Gift Program. Proven. Exceptional reputation. Flexible to fit your … Continue reading

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This week Mike Edwards joins us from his blog with a post about vulnerability. In my last post Being vulnerable about vulnerability, I shared a lot about how learning to be present with my vulnerability has impacted me. Since then I have been reflecting … Continue reading

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In her last guest post, Taking Risks to Grow, Cathy Laffan wrote about the benefits of taking risks, this week she examines compassion and The Responsibility Process™. How do you practice compassion? Do you reserve your compassion for certain people or … Continue reading

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I work with a lot of executive leadership and large organizations on culture change issues, and I often hear the question, “Should we go agile?” or “We’re thinking about going agile. What do you think, is agile for us?” My … Continue reading

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The final step to clean up a broken agreement after you have made amends is to recommit to the relationship. How do you do that? By telling the other party (who has received your acknowledgment, apology, and amends) exactly how you … Continue reading

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Birth. Life. Death. These are linear events and yet together they make up cycles. Religion. Education. Careers. All cyclic, and within them they condition us to cyclic behavior. Some cycles, like the 24-hour cycles our days run on, are easy … Continue reading

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A question came up in our community recently that gave me the realization that even when I feel “stuck,” I am free. Free to choose to continue to be stuck or free to choose not to. To give a little … Continue reading

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Trust me, if you come together over commitment, skills will follow. But if you select team members for skills, then needed commitment might never appear. Conventional wisdom on teambuilding advises leaders to first attend to creating the “right” skill mix … Continue reading

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