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The Power of Conflict

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  How many of you love Conflict??  Well, have you ever been on a team…where you were the only one who did love conflict? What was that experience like? I imagine not very satisfying. And how about the rest of you who don’t love conflict? Perhaps you are like me and just keep muttering under your breath…can’t we all just get along? I am here to tell you engaging in healthy conflict can be good for your team…it may actually be the best thing for your team…especially if you are […]

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The Power of a Positive Attitude

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A 2018 study from Stanford University showed that a positive attitude in children towards their school work could be just as important as their IQ. How does that transfer to adults and leadership? Well in all the years of business coaching…I have rarely had an employee complain to me about their Boss’s technical skills.  Yes, you guessed it…it was usually about their approach.  So, let’s flip it around. Who would you rather lead or be on an executive team with–someone with exceptional technical skills and a poor attitude or someone […]

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The Power of Emotional Intelligence: How it helps you to be a more successful leader

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We all know good leadership when it presents itself. Effective leaders, who strive to achieve excellence in all they do, behave in a way that is both inspiring and reassuring to others. When you think of a strong leader, what qualities or characteristics come to your mind? The challenge of cultivating emotionally intelligent leadership is that it goes far beyond being able to deliver an inspiring message. Emotionally intelligent leadership is about recognizing, discerning and adapting to emotions. Leaders, who can authentically pave the way for achieving great results by […]

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Five Traits of Agile Leaders in Healthcare

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“I am easily satisfied with the very best”. This quote by Winston Churchill reminds me of the difference between Agile leaders and average leaders in healthcare. Agile leaders always look for opportunities to improve and never settle for ‘good enough’. Here are 5 traits that I have found common in Agile leaders: 1. Agile leaders are self-aware. They are confident and willing to take action, even in situations they have never encountered before. This powerful combination followed by intense self-reflection allows them to understand their strengths and weaknesses and adjust […]

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“Work of Leaders”: 3 Critical Steps for the Successful Implementation of ANY Initiative.

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I am often shocked by how many initiatives are left to languish after so much time and energy was put into a program or project launch. How about you? Have you ever gone to one of your Department Heads or Managers and asked how a particular project was going and they looked back at you with such palpable discomfort you just knew the project was forgotten or even worse yet they look at you with a blank stare? Yes, it happens. Actually it happens more often than not. In a […]

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