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Raising Your Trust Quotient

A consistent outcome from many large employee surveys tells us that business leaders are among the least trusted professions in today’s culture. Overall, trust in leadership is the main employee concern in the workplace. Gallup’s research further confirms this by...

Knowing Your Strengths: Forget a Focus on Faults

In last week's blog post we explored the effects of constantly focusing on our weaknesses instead of our strengths. We also looked at the tendency to focus on weaknesses across cultures and age groups. While the tendency to focus on our faults varied across cultures,...

Knowing Your Strengths

Do You Know Your Strengths? Most of us have a poor sense of our talents and strengths, yet are acutely aware of our weaknesses and flaws. Throughout the education system and subsequent careers, there's often been much more attention paid to how to improve and fix our...

Stuck in the Past: Looking Back to Look Forward

In last week's post we took a look at how memories, and the strong emotions associated with them, can keep us stuck in the past and influence how we deal with present situations. We also looked at how we can reframe our memories into a story that helps promote growth...

Stuck in the Past: Steps to Personal Growth

If you've ever had a friend or worked with a colleague who tells the same old stories over and over, you understand how people can distort reality to suit their purposes. And yet, most of us do our own version of repetitive storytelling. We form an identity of...

Noticing: How to Overcome Inattentional Blindness

In last week's blog post we discussed how critical it is for leaders to notice the things that are going on in their corporations in order to act proactively and resolve issues before they become serious. A youtube video also helped us to understand and explore the...

Noticing: An Elusive Leadership Skill

"Leaders often fail to notice when they are obsessed by other issues, when they are motivated to not notice, and when there are other people in their environment working hard to keep them from noticing." - Harvard Business School Professor Max Bazerman The Power of...

Finding Future Leaders: Productive Personality Types

In last week’s blog post we took a look at the four basic personality types and how we can use these categories to understand the style of leadership an individual is likely to utilize. This week we will be looking at productive and non-productive personality types....

Finding Future Leaders: Four Basic Personality Types

In last week’s blog post we took a look at the many reasons why finding the right people to lead our companies is more critical now than ever before. We also explored the reasons why leaders that excelled in the past are not necessarily the leaders we need right now...

Finding Future Leaders: Why Personality Matters

Given the financial and societal impact of global business, there’s an urgent need to understand leaders’ personalities. If we fail to appreciate how personality influences strategic decisions, we risk selecting leaders who are incapable of setting an organization’s...

Overcoming Adversity: The Will to Win

In last week’s blog post we explored the importance of having a solid foundation within your team, and the company as a whole, that will be able to withstand the challenges of adversity when it hits. We also looked at how critical it is to have a solid action plan in...

Overcoming Adversity: A Solid Foundation and Action Plan

In last week’s blog post we took an in-depth look at the importance of the right mindset when facing an obstacle. A shaky emotional state, one of fear or anxiety, only makes the problem seem much worse. Instead, leaders who redirect distracting thoughts build the...

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