Tag: Leadership

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How to Make Great Decisions

How to Make Great Decisions

How many decisions do you make in a day?  It may surprise you that “the average amount of remotely conscious decisions an adult makes each day equals about 35,000.” Of course, many of these decisions, like what color socks to wear or which route to take to the office, aren’t likely to make or break your day [...]

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Listening for the Voice of Vocation

Listening for the Voice of Vocation

The typical way of seeking meaningful work—or vocation— is to figure out how to match your strengths with possible work or professions. Countless books and processes exist for identifying your personality, strengths, and interests to help you discover whether you are aiming for work that will be a good fit. That’s valid and valuable, but [...]

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The Big Picture: Foster Connection

The Big Picture: Foster Connection

Do you care more about something you are doing or something others are doing? I know the question is a little vague – but go with me here. Let me restate the question: Do you care more about the renovation at your neighbor’s house or the plans to update your own home? Here’s the point [...]

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How to Change Your Company Culture One Meeting at a Time

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How to Change Your Company Culture One Meeting at a Time

Be it General Motors, the Veterans Administration, or the U.S. Congress, the answer to the problems these organizations face is always the same: change the organization’s culture. Culture change appears to be a daunting task. A task so big, so formidable, we don’t even know where to start. So we give up. We go along [...]

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