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Respond Quickly: How Your Reply Time Communicates Respect (Or a Lack Thereof)

Jan 16, 2020

You’re scrolling through your phone, and suddenly come across a text that someone sent to you a month ago. As your heart skips a beat, you open the text chain to double check…yep. You...

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Organizational Structures

Jan 14, 2020
 

Your organizational structure is meant to take you to a destination. Keep your eyes on that destination, and don’t become captivated by your own organizational structure.

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Take, Make, Use, Lose: Why We Lose Team Members, and How You Can Change the Paradigm

Jan 09, 2020

Why do so many leaders and organizations lose team members? You spend time training, developing, pouring into, and investing in team members, only to see them leave. Why is this? I believe...

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The Burden of Seniority

Jan 07, 2020
 

Seniority in an organization means you’ve been there longer than other people. Rather than a cause for entitlement, this is a burden of responsibility to develop and lift those who are your...

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The Wisdom Gap: The Space Between Leaders and Followers

Jan 02, 2020

As a leader, you grow simply by waking up. Isn’t that true? You have leaders and thinkers speaking into your life all day, every day. Today, you will read a book (or portions of it); you will...

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New Seasons, New Voices

Dec 31, 2019
 

Just because certain voices brought us to where we are today doesn’t mean they need to come with us into our next season. As leaders, we must always be searching for and inviting in fresh...

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No Such Thing as Can’t

Dec 26, 2019

Have you ever had someone tell you, “Oh, no—you can’t do that”? Maybe it was a co-worker, a family member, or a friend. Maybe they were kind about it, or maybe they shut...

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Overtrained and Underdeveloped

Dec 24, 2019
 

Too often, organizations emphasize training but not development. In actuality, development needs to precede training. Only well-developed people can be trained to their full capacity.

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Sensing vs. Seeing

Dec 19, 2019

As a leader, there are certain things you sense before you see. Don’t miss those two words: sense and see. As a leader, you’ll begin to sense things under the surface: restlessness,...

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Your Journey

Dec 17, 2019
 

How did you get here? Answer: not on your own. People were instrumental in helping you reach your current position. When we remember that, we’ll remain humble, and be able to help others...

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