Change Management

Leadership Lessons from Captain Daniel Something-or-Other

Posted by on Feb 22, 2017 in Change Management, Engagement | 0 comments

When trust is low and the stakes–and emotions–run high, the best leaders act like Captain Daniel Something-or-Other…

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When It’s Okay to Walk Like An Egyptian

Posted by on Mar 24, 2016 in Challenge Yourself, Change Management | 7 comments

We will all experience trauma and loss in our lives. Once the shock wears off, here are some things that you should know about the grieving and healing process…

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Quit Stalling: How to Stop Procrastinating

Posted by on Mar 15, 2016 in Challenge Yourself, Change Management, Engagement, Happiness | 0 comments

Call it procrastination or work-avoidance. We all have some form of it. I offer 5 TIPS as a former, world-class procrastinator on how to quit stalling and start getting things done NOW…

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Thinking About Doing Vs. Doing

Posted by on Mar 8, 2016 in Challenge Yourself, Change Management, Engagement, Happiness | 0 comments

As a kid, I hated the very thought of taking a bath. I would stonewall and avoid getting into the tub for as long as I could. But I’ve since learned that thinking about doing something is way more exhausting than actually doing it.

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Idiots Abroad: Lessons on Culture

Posted by on Feb 16, 2016 in Challenge Yourself, Change Management, Engagement, Leadership & Pop Culture | 1 comment

You don’t have to visit another country to experience another culture. Look around your neighborhood, your office, or even your kitchen table. You are surrounded by people from different cultures. Here are 4 tips to keep you from looking like an idiot…

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Leadership Communication & The Art of War

Posted by on Apr 22, 2015 in Change Management, Communication, Engagement, Leadership | 0 comments

Do you know why the Confederates lost the Civil War? It’s the same reason leaders fail all of the time. Here’s what “The Art of War” says…

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