Month: June 2019

Wisdom, Worldview, and Competency: A Leadership Trifecta

Few would argue that today’s marketplace is very different than when our grandparents were in business. When grandpa used the word “global,” it truly meant something far away and distant. This is not the case anymore. The ripple effects of business decisions in Asia are felt across the globe in major cities such as New …

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“C” How “Suite” Retention Can Be

As a 20+ year veteran of the C-Suite, I’m still surprised at how most leadership and HR teams place in an inordinate amount of time, energy, and resources on talent acquisition with minimal emphasis on talent retention. The cycle of onboarding new employees always seems identical: Reel in new employees, get them pumped up during …

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Why Influence Thinking Can Transform Your Organization

What is innovation? Often times people overthink it, but in its simplest form, innovation is a process to solve a need. Many individuals are innovators, yet they deny claiming themselves as such. These people have been led to believe innovation must be flashy and uber creative, as well as have an element of sassiness to …

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The Seven Leadership Values That Encourage Cohesion

An essential part of understanding how we, as leaders, can best serve others is to first understand that we must know ourselves and strive to become increasingly self-aware. We also must know our triggers, what we believe in, and how we want to act. Being authentic is the access point to our strength as leaders. …

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