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Do You Have the Courage To Be Exceptional?

Consulting giant McKinsey&Company issued a white paper called, “What makes a CEO ‘exceptional’?” where they assessed the ‘early moves’ of CEOs with outstanding track records. In reading it, I couldn’t help wonder the extent to which their findings were equally applicable for ‘non-CEOs’ making ‘non-early movers’, as well. Let’s take a look. Who Outperforms Whom? …

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Are Your Words Diluting Your Message?!

Ever hear of a word that’s the opposite of the same word?! The name for that is a contronym. Perfect for 2020, wouldn’t you say?! Now I didn’t know this, but sometimes contronyms are called Janus words because Janus was the “ancient Roman god of doorways, of beginnings, and of the rising and setting of …

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They Won’t t Learn From Their Mistakes If You Don’t Take These Six Steps

Problems come in all shapes and sizes. Don’t get mad. Get learning! Sure, proper planning, resources, and discipline, can prevent many problems from ever happening. But no matter how hard we try, some will slip through, anyway – that’s just reality. So how best can we learn from the bad things that happen? Mistakes are …

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When Will You Stop Sabotaging Yourself Like This?

A leader’s success can easily be predicted by how pressure affects performance. But while the pressures that organizations routinely place on leaders can be tremendous, it’s the pressures leaders put on themselves that are often more powerful…and debilitating. Pressures Imposed by the Organization The list of pressures that organizations put on leaders is near-infinite. Here …

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I Stopped Training My Team To Fail And You Should, Too!

It’s hard to learn and grow when you’re the one in charge. When you’re the boss, people all-too-often look to YOU for the answers to their questions. They all-too-often look to YOU for the questions they should be asking, too. And even when they say they don’t, they also all-too-often rely on YOU to check …

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