September 11, 2001: A day in history that changed the world and history as we once knew it. Looking back on that day, many of us can remember exactly where we were and what we were doing. But the memories are all different; they’re all unique experiences. One person in the room may have been at work, watching it on the news and calling family members; the other may have been in 2nd grade, confused watching teachers try to hold back their tears. For some, it may just be a terrible memory; but for one four-star general, the events of 9/11 (along with other military experiences) brought about leadership challenges that he never expected.Read More›
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Words like resiliency are often interchanged with words like flexibility or adaptability. When you think of what resiliency means, most of you probably go to something along the lines of “the ability to bounce back.” Things that are resilient return to their original shape after change, and keep their integrity.Read More›
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Inspirational Leadership…what does that mean? How do you inspire your team? Or even inspire yourself? When was the last time you were so engrossed in your work that you looked up and it was 5 o’clock? You had no idea where the day went. Has it been a while since you have felt that way? You may be not inspired. If you’re not, chances are…neither is your team.Read More›
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Have you hit a roadblock to your success with your team or your goals? Is it time for you to break out of your rut and unleash possibilities? Too often WE are the one who has gotten in the way. In your own way, in the way of your team, or those around you. We have approximately 60,000 thoughts per day – many repeated over and over.