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    Leadership and Management

    Be a Leader Who REALLY Listens

    As a leader, you’re not alone if in your rush to respond to managing through today’s business challenges you’re busier than ever. And yet the greatest gift you can give someone is your time. In situations of crisis, challenge or stress, that’s when your team really needs to experience your presence and know they’re being heard.

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    Bring Out the Best in Your Team During the Hardest Times

    As a leader it’s up to you how criticism and praise are filtered through the organization and the culture that follows. You have the power to encourage or discourage, to motivate or demotivate, to develop your people or hold them back. All this power is an awesome responsibility that you shouldn’t take lightly, especially in times of high-stress and uncertainty.

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    Learning and Development

    Have you adapted your personal development plan? 

    Personal development is an ever-changing, fluid process (even in the most stable times). As leaders are currently overwhelmed with immense changes to the business landscape, the first thing that often falls off the radar is their own personal development.

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    Talent Management

    Optimize Your Talent in 30 Days Flat

    If there’s any one question that business leaders are asking each other nowadays, it’s this: What are you doing during COVID-19 to survive?​

    The most successful, disciplined leaders tell us that two things are vital to their forward momentum: 1) a solid recovery plan and 2) a proven accountability system.

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    Leadership and Management

    One Business, Two Crises, and Three Steps That Ensured Survival

    Let’s be real. There’s no such thing as certainty for any business. Recessions come and go. Bubbles burst. External impacts transform industries and organizations, seemingly overnight. Pandemics put economic well-being at risk, not to mention life itself

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    CEO Communication Can Make or Break a Company in Turbulent Times

    What’s one commonality among the world’s greatest leaders? They are master communicators, and especially in times of crisis. To move your company toward recovery, all leaders must learn to master the art of communication.


​ The Disciplined Leader

What do the best leaders have in common? The answer is one word: Discipline. A disciplined leader is one who identifies and focuses on the Vital Few: the 20% of activities that will drive 80% of the results. Learn More

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