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How to Level a Leader with Too Much Ego

How to Level a Leader with Too Much Ego

If this is your first time listening to or reading the Monday Moment, you might be inclined to think violence is suggested with the use of the term level. Humorous and tempting, but not the case in this moment. Although, those leaders who are rather egomaniacal may...

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How to Level a Leader with Too Much Ego

If this is your first time listening to or reading the Monday Moment, you might be inclined to think violence is suggested with the use of the term level. Humorous and tempting, but not the case in this moment. Although, those leaders who are rather egomaniacal may...

read more

Single Syllable Leadership

For most leaders, bosses, managers, and even supervisors, the thought of leading with only single syllable words seems hard to imagine. Maybe the idea is even silly and certainly the act would sound a bit robotic, but on the other hand, maybe the concept would get us...

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4 Fast Ways to Deal with a Difficult Boss

You love the team you work with, even love the work you do, but if you had a different boss, life would be better. If that statement is true for you, you’re not alone. Forbes says 2 million Americans quit their jobs annually. Payscale.com says 87.2% of employees want...

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6 Signs Everyone Sees You Need Coaching Except You

The feeling is awful. Everyone knows, but no one says, or shares a solution. Some avoid you, or it, and some get very frustrated with you about it, while you spend hours trying to fix it. It’s awful. But, being in the dark about your own IT, or areas of improvement,...

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Single Syllable Leadership

Single Syllable Leadership

For most leaders, bosses, managers, and even supervisors, the thought of leading with only single syllable words seems hard to imagine. Maybe the idea is even silly and certainly the act would sound a bit robotic, but on the other hand, maybe the concept would get us...

4 Fast Ways to Deal with a Difficult Boss

4 Fast Ways to Deal with a Difficult Boss

You love the team you work with, even love the work you do, but if you had a different boss, life would be better. If that statement is true for you, you’re not alone. Forbes says 2 million Americans quit their jobs annually. Payscale.com says 87.2% of employees want...

The Hero Leader’s Journey

The Hero Leader’s Journey

The stage is set, the skies are dark, and a leader emerges, ready to do battle and become victorious, despite all the odds and with the help of unnatural forces. It is the hero’s journey. Not all leaders get referred to as heroes and likely few think of themselves as...

The Top 5 Needs of Those Who Appear to Lead Naturally

The Top 5 Needs of Those Who Appear to Lead Naturally

First and foremost that natural born leaders is a fallacy and a myth. Are there people who appear to lead more naturally than others? Of course! Part of the appearance is from an abundance of leadership practice. Those who look like and act like leadership traits came...

6 Signs Everyone Sees You Need Coaching Except You

6 Signs Everyone Sees You Need Coaching Except You

The feeling is awful. Everyone knows, but no one says, or shares a solution. Some avoid you, or it, and some get very frustrated with you about it, while you spend hours trying to fix it. It’s awful. But, being in the dark about your own IT, or areas of improvement,...

3 Keys to Keeping Happy Leaders

3 Keys to Keeping Happy Leaders

In many organizations, from law enforcement to utilities to corporate America, recruitment and retention challenges are rising. How do we find good people and once we have ‘em, how do we keep them? It’s a common question and one most commonly answered with a request...

Are You a Runaway Leader?

Are You a Runaway Leader?

Employees aren’t listening. Bosses are meddling. Product lines keep changing and someone just heard there’s plans for office space rearranging. Double and triple booked meetings prevent time to lead anything with any real meaning. And of yes, then there’s supposed to...

Why Assumptions Make More than You Think

Why Assumptions Make More than You Think

In the course of numerous conversations and coachings this week, a number of assumptions made by those in a leadership capacity have revealed how long term inaccuracies negatively influence leadership. This is an issue that is relatively easy to fix, once, of course,...

The Truth About Leader Transition and How to Lead Through It

The Truth About Leader Transition and How to Lead Through It

The first truth about transition is it can be harrowing, feel like you’re jumping through hoops of fire, and like everyone on the sidelines has an opinion. Add the element of your office audience likely being the people you have the privilege of leading and the...

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