When Your Boss Enforces Change

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At work you are getting a new CEO. They have been brought in to improve things. It feels like a big wave of change coming towards you. Whatever the prompt: to keep up with customer expectations, technology advances, social change, revenue, profitability, global growth, all or any of these, your new CEO wants and has been hired to deliver significant…

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Footwear Options

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I am just back from a wonderful three weeks of backpacking around the country of Mexico, including one week with my daughter. Threaded amongst all my fantastic experiences, my biggest problem was that my footwear was not up to the job. We are talking about my sandals. I had made an assumption, that my lovely sandals (featured above, on the…

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Brave, Compassionate, Connected

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I am getting ready to deliver customer service training for a digital infrastructure company. One of the activities we ask participants to do is to write down THREE words to describe their very best, ideal self: What might yours be? When I did the exercise, my answers were: Brave Compassionate Connected We ask the learners to take the exercise extremely…

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Get forensic about your language!

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Sometimes on our leadership development journeys, we can feel small or scared or stuck. For example, we may yearn for a next step with our career, but tell ourselves that we can’t get that promotion. Or we tell ourselves that no one would ever give us the necessary buy-in to lead the team, or something else. So, unilaterally and without…

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