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The Power of a Pocket Notebook

The Power of a Pocket Notebook

Mark Miller’s desire to encourage and equip leaders has taken him around the globe. His writing has reached around the world as well. Today's post is just a glimpse of all the wisdom he has to offer on the topic of developing and nurturing great leaders! I think I know something about you. This may seem [...]

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Reawakening the Nobility of Service

Reawakening the Nobility of Service

In his newest book on innovative service, bestselling author Chip R. Bell focuses on the importance of delivering the "core" of a service experience in a fashion that is value-unique, not just value-added. Here he offers some of that practical advice, explaining how a novel service experience can also be one that is profound. “You [...]

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How to Measure Fun

How to Measure Fun

Jack Quarles is a natural encourager who loves to help business leaders achieve more success. His newest book, Expensive Sentences, exposes the clichéd wisdom that often leads to lost time, money, and opportunity with humor, empathy, and clarity. I think you'll appreciate the perspective he shares here! Did you have fun this past weekend? Can [...]

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6 Ways to Establish Your Credibility as a Leader

6 Ways to Establish Your Credibility as a Leader

Paul Larsen -- top executive coach, business consultant, and author -- believes that no matter your background or experience, you can learn to be an effective and powerful leader. His new book, Find Your VOICE as a Leader, outlines a common sense V-O-I-C-E model that can help leaders at any level find their voice and make an impact. The following [...]

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Five Steps to Breaking the Drama Triangle

Five Steps to Breaking the Drama Triangle

Michael Bungay Stanier is a coach and best-selling author whose passion is coaching organizations toward doing Great Work, instead of just good work. Here he shares some thoughts on improving communication and interaction with others, which can help all of us do more great work, no matter what our roles or job titles may be. We’ve all got our routines and habits, some [...]

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