Tag: Acts Of Leadership

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Why You Should Stop Tolerating the Gnats

Why You Should Stop Tolerating the Gnats

There was this little toolbar to work the camera on my computer that displayed when I turned on my laptop. It had been there since I purchased my computer. And it was really annoying. Somehow it got in the way of the buttons of the applications I used, and I had to move it a [...]

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3 Keys to Ensuring You Make a Difference In Speaking Up

3 Keys to Ensuring You Make a Difference In Speaking Up

Communication can be messy and unpredictable -- which is why speaking up about things that really matter to you often takes courage. Unfortunately, just because you speak up doesn't mean you will be heard. Sometimes what you have to say lands on "deaf ears." Perhaps the person you most want to listen doesn't really want to [...]

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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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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 [...]

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What Stand is the Source of Your Leadership?

What Stand is the Source of Your Leadership?

There are those who have taken audacious stands in the world. A few that come to mind automatically for many are Mahatma Gandhi’s stand for a peaceful separation of India from Great Britain and John F. Kennedy’s stand to put a man on the moon by the end of the decade. More recently Malala stands [...]

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