It's You. Now What?

You’ve read the previous post (It`s Not Them, It`s You), and you`ve figured out that your team may not be participating in conversations because of your behaviors. You may have asked someone you trust to observe you, or you may be self aware enough to know that you aren`t fostering the kind of relationship(s) with […]

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Agility through Reflective Practice

My clients are on overwhelm! It doesn’t seem to matter what organization they are in or what position they have within that organization. A common goal for leaders is to be “agile”. Essentially, agility is the ability to change directions quickly. This often requires fast decision making. Most leaders claim it is impossible to put […]

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