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Overcoming our own Limits: Saying ‘Yes’ when you want to say ‘No’!

If someone told me that I would walk into a small room that was minus 166 degrees Fahrenheit wearing only a t-shirt, shorts, socks/slippers, mittens and headband. I would have exclaimed, “Do you think I’m crazy?!”

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The New Leadership Imperative: Top ten things you must build into your leadership toolkit to thrive in the next decade

The world is evolving at a rate that is challenging everyone to keep up! As leaders we must evolve with these changes in order to be successful. There are many dynamics that come into play in the business environment, and life in general. We have globalization of our economy which translates into many cultures coming together in organizations and throughout your customer base.

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Authentic Leadership: The power of having passion for what you are leading

Is it possible to be an effective leader if you are not passionate about what you are leading? Can you act the part and convince your organization or team that you are enthusiastic about the mission you are driving? While it is possible to lead something you are not passionate about, you will not be as effective or enjoy the experience as much.

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Adaptability: Learning, growing and changing keeps everyone poised for the future.

There have been many times in my career that I needed to switch directions, sometimes even changing jobs, due to a business imperative. I was constantly looking for ways to grow my skills to make sure I could be versatile and ready for different opportunities

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Diversity at all Levels: Building the Diversity of the Organization is Important with all Levels

Building diversity is everyone’s responsibility. Anyone who has the job to build a team or organization has an opportunity to craft the diversity by how they chose individuals who will be part of the group. We often think of just the top leaders or executives as responsible for the diversity of a large organization.