Practicing Cyber Safety

Cybersecurity: So Much Time, So Little Progress

As I read of the latest cyberattack, the worst in history, involving hospitals, shipping systems, and corporations in more than 150 countries, I...

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Learning from Our Mothers

What Great Leaders Learn About Communication From Moms

As people celebrate their mothers this week, most expressions of love and gratitude will be about family, sacrifice, and serving. Yet leaders also...

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Using Time Wisely

Should You Just Do It or Delegate It? Neither!

“Can you deliver your proposal on the 20th to a group of our executives?” “That’ll work,” I confirmed. Never mind that I was booked...

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Using Active Voice

How to Speak Up & Find Your Voice As a Leader

Chances are that as children, Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, and Barack Obama watched and admired a parent or another close relative speak their mind...

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Using Different Perspective

Are You a Leader With a Vague Vision?

The epithet “all flash and no dash” can be devastating to a leader’s career. When a leader has been highly successful as an individual...

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Emotional Standards of a Leader

Are You Emotionally “Up” As A Leader?

Anybody who’s managed people can tell you about good days and bad days. On the good days, you feel like a winning coach at the Super Bowl. On...

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