Tag: Choice

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Using Humor to Drive Success

Using Humor to Drive Success

How frequently do you think your employees laugh at work? In contrast, how often do you estimate that they feel bored or uninspired? Skilled leaders, those we call the “Stand-Up Strategists”, understand the utility of humor to address four important organizational outcomes, or the 4Cs: Community, Composure, Change, and Creativity. And to address these four [...]

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Give Yourself a Gift for the Holidays

Give Yourself a Gift for the Holidays

It’s that time of year when we celebrate and show appreciation for the people in our lives.  It’s also a time for giving. You may love appreciating people and giving gifts.  For me personally, this is my favorite time of year for that reason. Yet while our focus is typically on others, I’d like you [...]

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A Holiday Season Full of Moments That Matter

A Holiday Season Full of Moments That Matter

What will you say no to these next few weeks, so you can say yes to the things that really matter? During the holiday season, many of us plan time to slow down at work to focus on friends, family, and the many celebrations. Of course, there are those things we love to do — [...]

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How to Deal with Disrespect

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Have you ever experienced being disrespected in some way, but found yourself not quite sure what to do? Perhaps you felt like someone was being condescending toward you. Or maybe they said or did something that you felt was intentionally designed to make you feel small or less important. A client had called me recently [...]

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Is The Payoff Worth More Than The Cost?

Is The Payoff Worth More Than The Cost?

One of my favorite quotes is from T. Harv Ecker, author of The Secrets of the Millionaire Mind: “You can have your reasons or you can have results.” Reasons are essentially your explanation for why you don’t have the results you want. Another word for that is an excuse. In an article titled “No Excuses,” [...]

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