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DIY Self-Retreat

Make Your Goals a Reality With This Much Needed Self-Retreat

Ready to take some risks?  Commit to this DIY goal-setting self-retreat and you’ll be ready to achieve your goals! The practice of innovation & risk—taking to move you into the future “A goal without a plan is just a wish list.” Antoine de Saint-Exuperys You have back-burner goals, I know you do.  We all do.…
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Feedback-Seeking Culture

5 Ways to Create a Feedback-Seeking Culture

Ready to create a feedback-seeking culture? In the beginning of each Leadership Academy, I ask every participant to do a self-assessment about their strengths and areas for growth.  One area of growth consistently rises to the top: having difficult conversations.  Participants say they want: Comfort with speaking up assertively and early To create a feedback…
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change

5 Tips for Strategic Change

Do you work hard?  95% of the people I work with say they do, but they sometimes say this: “I give a lot to my work. But sometimes I wonder if I’m being as efficient as I could be, or if I’m saying “yes” to the right things, saying “no” enough, or if I put enough…
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5 Tips to Deepen Your Connection at an Event

Introverts need connection. Extroverts need connection. Ready to deepen your connection?  The research shows that we even live longer if we have it.  If you missed it, read our article that talks about the risk of depression and combating loneliness in retirement. So are you getting quality connection in both your personal and professional lives?…
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7 Ways To Build Relationships With Your Customers and Clients

7 Ways To Build Relationships With Your Customers and Clients

It’s no surprise that building trust is an important asset in life, from personal relationships to co-workers to clients.  When it comes to running a successful business, building genuine relationships lead to trust which leads to long-term customers and clients. Nobody wants to do business or buy products from someone they don’t like or don’t…
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Your Best Foot Forward – Obvious and Invisible

Some marathons are easy to identify. You put on well-worn running shoes, sunblock, a ponytail holder, and run 26.2 miles. There were thousands of miles of prep before that race. Those miles can come with lots of blisters, bleeding toes, barking dogs, bad weather, Power Bars, endorphin highs, skinned knees, hydration breaks, sunburned noses, and…
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Kate Morley, Leadership Philosophy, Mountain Line

I believe that quality outcomes come from high expectations for continual learning and growth, resourcefulness and ingenuity, and ethics and, above all, respect for others’ ideas and visions and trust in their ability to do the tasks they’re given in workplace of respect, helpfulness and recognition.
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Wade Forrest, Leadership Philosophy, Mountain Line

Theory I believe in setting a strong example by executing my duties and responsibilities with dedication, commitment, and integrity. I believe that instilling a strong sense of mission and culture promotes independent decision making and positive outcomes that are consistent with departmental and organizational objectives. I believe that honest, open, and constructively critical communication helps…
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