Month: August 2016

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Leading Made Simple™ for Entrepreneurs

Leading Made Simple™ for Entrepreneurs

Recently I had the pleasure of being interviewed by the dynamic, smart, and warm Olivia Lee on her new radio show called The Power of WE. The audience is women entrepreneurs, so she asked me to offer some lessons learned from my own entrepreneurial journey. We talked about topics such as how I got started, [...]

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Tapping the Millennial Leadership Well

Tapping the Millennial Leadership Well

Our ability to attract, train, manage, and retain the next generation of leaders is critical to the future success of our businesses. But how do we bridge the generation gap to truly understand and maximize those in younger generations -- specifically, the millennials? Dan Negroni, author of the new Chasing Relevance, offers four actionable ideas to bust through [...]

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Why Politically Correct Is Not A Four Letter Word

Why Politically Correct Is Not A Four Letter Word

Use the words “politically correct” these days and you get a lot of strong responses. It is an accusation of impropriety or inauthenticity, disguised by eloquently crafted and spoken words. Calling someone out for being politically correct is now akin to assaulting them with a choice 4 letter word – one that people welcome with [...]

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What Your Work Ethic Says About Your Character

What Your Work Ethic Says About Your Character

Introducing Per Wickstrom, a successful salesman, entrepreneur, and recovering addict. He reminds us that redemption is always possible after a fall if we are willing to do the work and take responsibility. In fact, it is often our greatest failures and challenges that lead us to make the biggest difference for others, as Per is [...]

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Is Honesty Always the Best Policy?

Is Honesty Always the Best Policy?

Few would argue with the importance of open and honest communication in healthy relationships. After all, it is easy to be honest when you have something nice or positive to say. Yet when honesty involves a potentially hard-to-hear communication, many of us experience some degree of stress when either delivering or receiving it. Some avoid [...]