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The Power Of Count On Ability

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Accountability is by far one of the most pressing issues I come across as I work with teams who are striving to improve their results.  It is the issue we come back to over and over and one that frustrates many leaders.  Accountability is the exact opposite of “that’s not my job”.  It is about follow through and follow up and ultimately simply getting things done when you said you would.  It is recognizing that others need you to do your work so they can do theirs. Accountability is doing […]

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The Power of Saying Yes

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Our Power of Leadership topic is Commitment: The Power of Saying Yes and also The Potential Pain! Of course, when you say yes to an opportunity or an initiative or a new role it will entail more work on your part. That is a given, so say yes when you can truly do your best work and highlight your talents, contribute to a team that needs your expertise or learn some amazing new skills. However, there is one more consideration; how will you fit in? Crazy question right? You will […]

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Commitment: Powerful or Painful

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This is a tough topic for me to write and speak on.  I committed to recording a video for you every week just last month and frankly I blew it!  I missed a week and it happened so quickly and so easily.  As I reflected on this misstep, I realized this is exactly what happens in the organizations I work with!  Commitments are made with the best of intentions, with fervor and dedication and intensity.  Yet, commitments are broken daily.  Why is it so hard to keep our commitments? I […]

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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 Trust

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A huge part of everything we do as leaders is built on trust, most importantly on our executive teams.  It is not enough for the members of your team to have trust in you, you all must have trust in each other for exceptional results.  Many of you know I am a huge fan of Patrick Lencioni, the International Best-Selling author of a ton of leadership books. I use the definition of trust from the Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team model, getting amazing results for the teams I work […]

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