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There are no rigid formulas for how to write your purpose statement as a leader, mentor or coach, but there are many helpful techniques to assist you. Here are seven thought-provoking questions to get you started.
Does your organization have an “us” versus “them” culture? You might be surprised to learn how cultural norms are impacting your ability to drive change.
What do you think of when you hear the word feedback? According to professor, researcher, and author Tammy Erickson, it depends on your generation.
Try these three simple techniques to multiply your perspective—and become a more strategic business partner.
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A calling is the natural impulse to want to add value. It is about more than doing a job. It is about recognizing your inner gifts and offering them in service of others. It is leadership in the truest sense of the word.
The reality is: what we think and feel drives what we say and do. When we veer off course, we create unintentional impact that can have big implications on our professional growth and leadership brands.
Well, love is not all that you need in leadership, but it’s one of the first things you need if you want to be a strong leader. It is easier to make and keep commitments if we are doing something that we want to do.
The facts are startling and the data is clear—between 30–70% of transitioning leaders fail. Use these 7 Essentials to address the most common challenges.
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