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Leveling Up As You Move Forward

Leveling Up As You Move Forward

As you move forward on your journey from A to V, the range of what I call “acceptable behaviors” narrows. The whole team’s performance needs to improve, to become more masterful and professional, from the CEO to the leaders to the individual...

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Self-Care Is Non-Negotiable

Self-Care Is Non-Negotiable

Sometimes we don’t realize how much something in our work life has impacted us until we are burned out. I know there’s a lot of talk out there about the importance of self-care, so much so that it may begin to sound like the next fad or buzzworthy...

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The Generosity of Leadership

The Generosity of Leadership

As humans living in extraordinary times that are difficult for so many people, it is normal for us to be triggered and upset and to react in self-protection. As the world contracts, it is normal to want to do the same. But, what if we consciously...

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How to Define Company Goals

How to Define Company Goals

When I ask leaders and their teams about their main obstacles to performance and what prevents them from achieving results, the number one answer—by far—is “Not having clear goals.” They say things like: “I don’t really know what we’re doing,” or “I...

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Expanding The Zone of Emotional Endurance

Expanding The Zone of Emotional Endurance

As human beings we don’t have control of what happens, but we (almost) always have a choice in how we respond. As a leader, making choices from Self-Leadership ensures that you can navigate challenges and find the best way forward. It also enables...

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The Habitual Behaviors that Make Up Culture

The Habitual Behaviors that Make Up Culture

Self-Leadership and secure relationships, the Business Operating Triangle, role clarity and agreements—comes into play when we’re talking about the way a team interacts and the habits and behaviors that make up the fabric of each day’s work. Many of...

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Mindfulness and Moving Through Change

Mindfulness and Moving Through Change

Recently, I made a conscious choice to move from sunny California to snowy Vermont, and as timing would have it, I drove across the country to my new home in January. When I received the keys and opened the door, it was confirmation that this was...

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Recognizing When You Are in Self-Protection

Recognizing When You Are in Self-Protection

Self-Leadership is about showing up as your best self and making decisions from this place versus reacting in self-protective behavior!   You may or may not think about behavior as you work, but I suggest that self-protective behaviors are universal...

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Meeting the Moment

Meeting the Moment

As we continue to navigate our world and what it means to be a whole human during these times, what is becoming more apparent to larger groups of people is that many of our old systems and ways of doing business (and much of life) are no longer...

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