Category Archives: attitude

The Leadership "Bug" That’s Highly Resistant to Treatment

It’s a tenacious little virus that can effect anyone from time to time, but it is especially harmful to leaders, or anyone who aspires to grow their influence.  And this bug is highly resistant to treatment. In her new book, due … Continue reading

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Why Questions Are More Powerful Than Answers

Now I am a business coach. Then I was a career coach. And for several years my job was to help people with disabilities find employment. So much of what I learned Then is powerfully helpful Now. One story in … Continue reading

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Yo-Yos and Leadership Are Not The Same (Part 3 in a Series)

What makes training valuable to both the individual learner and the organization in which the learner performs? Consider the boy who brings his first yo-yo home from school.  You show him a few tricks that you learned as a child. With … Continue reading

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