Category Archives: strengths

We are getting soft

“Mothering” in our society has gotten out of hand. We are getting soft. For crying out loud, think about it. Enough of the pre-school graduation ceremonies!  Enough with the “everyone gets a trophy” approach to raising children (since when isn’t … Continue reading

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Creating the Significant & Productive Career

What can you do to ensure the next part of your career will be significant and productive? So many times, I have found that simply writing about what I am thinking, dreaming of, or stuck on gives me clarity of … Continue reading

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Motivating "passive" team members

How can I motivate passive team members who are resistant to changes and see themselves as “good enough” at what they do? Two tough questions any leader must consider are: “How do I motivate people to work on their development?” … Continue reading

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