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Patience: A Leader’s Key for Growth

Most leaders I talk with agree that results, profits, and value for shareholders often take top priority. Everyone wants everything faster, including growth. But fulfilling a vision for an organization requires planning, risk, communication, commitment, motivation and engagement. It requires patience.
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Patience: A Leader’s Key to Positive Change

How is your leadership patience? In today’s fast-paced culture, it’s more important than ever. Ask any leader who has successfully turned around an entire organization. Successful positive change takes time. It takes endurance. It takes patience.
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Longing for a Quiet Boss?
Be Careful What You Wish For…

Do you long for a quiet boss, one who’s thoughtful, reserved and capable of creating a peaceful culture? If you’re working for an ego-driven, obnoxious leader, you probably are. But be careful what you wish for: behind the deceptive façade, quiet leaders incite uncertainties and unanticipated challenges. I know, I’ve seen it happen all too often. […]
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How to Speed Up Self-Awareness:
Listen to Your Self-Talk

It’s not always easy to uncover our blind spots and gain real self-awareness. One way is to write down your self-talk, using the exact words you use. Do this several times over the course of a week, and you’ll uncover a lot about how you think and perceive the world. This self-awareness exercise is more […]
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