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Keep Success from Becoming Just a Word on the Wall

In our last post, we talked about using a blueprint to change your company’s culture to a high performing one based on team accountability. After highlighting the six steps in

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The Road to Change: A Blueprint for Building A High-Performance Culture

We have been talking a lot about change recently. Specifically, we have been talking about how to change company culture to achieve accountability and results. Up to this point, we’ve

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Does Your Company’s Culture Make People Want to Work for You?

In our last post, we talked about why your company’s culture matters. When employees can identify with a strong culture, they will be more engaged and motivated to succeed, especially

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Why Does Your Company’s Culture Matter?

Is there a business, restaurant or a company’s service you frequent because you love what they stand for and you love referring them to others? This is what we would

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Don’t Let Your Amygdala Dictate Your Leadership Style

As we mentioned in a recent post, emotional intelligence is not only real, but having a high level of it is important for successful leadership. Today we will talk more about

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Motivation Must Come From Leadership

Have you ever had to teach a puppy to walk on a leash? Or maybe house train a kitten or a puppy? All of those things are quite challenging and

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When Your Priority Is Managing Individuals, Not The Generation

“I want to learn how to manage Baby Boomers.”  A young lady once asked me this question at a class I taught in the past, called Leader-Language™: How to Communicate so

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Which Is More Important: Emotional Intelligence or IQ?

Do you believe some people are just born successful leaders? Or do you think effective leadership is a skill that can actually be acquired? Most of all, do you think

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Why Planning Is Never A Waste of Time

You might have heard of “scouting the rapids” for whitewater rafting, but what does it mean for your business? Several years ago, while on a family vacation to Colorado, my

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When Too Many Priorities Lead to The Loss of Control

Have you sometimes felt that you have too many priorities? No matter where you look, there is something you have to do, by a certain time or date. Whether I

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