3 Common Sense Ways to Manage Crossed Boundaries

3 Common Sense Ways to Manage Crossed Boundaries

Shifting gears in March from diversity to handling harassment, our Monday Moments are progressing through the 2019 Top Ten Leadership Tips. The third area of focus leaders are likely to face this year is boundary crossing, including harassment and our third tip was to handle such issues with common sense. Years ago, I heard the… read more

The Power of Permission to Be Different

The Power of Permission to Be Different

I don’t know what started it or how it happened, but the moment I step on stage or begin to train a program or lead an audience, there are truly no stupid questions. There is zero judgment and zero finger pointing or criticism of any participants. (even the ones any other person might call down-right… read more

The Leader’s Guide to Including Massive Amounts of Diversity

The Leader’s Guide to Including Massive Amounts of Diversity

So, your Human Resources department encourages you to be diverse in hiring practices. Your customer fusses at you when your advertising fails to reflect the diversity of your followers. Your team members complain about or resent messages that feel less than inclusive of their needs or preferences. The landscape of diversity and inclusion issues is… read more

Leader Lesson: Having a Younger Boss Doesn’t Have to be Awkward

Leader Lesson: Having a Younger Boss Doesn’t Have to be Awkward

Meg made an assumption that her boss was older than her by at least five years, based primarily on the differences in their demeanors (the boss was generally more serious and alternated between saying “raise the roof” like a dad in a 1990s teen movie and “back in my day”) and her boss’s penchant for… read more

The Leaders Guide to Leading Multiple Generations with Zero Frustration

The Leaders Guide to Leading Multiple Generations with Zero Frustration

Every leader knows the team they lead is comprised of people who are different. There are personalities, backgrounds, and yes, generations to understand, motivate differently, and even discipline. The differences can be maddening, particularly if what you want is for them to just get on with it and do what you’ve asked of them. Add… read more

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