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How to Understand the Law of Attraction!

Have you ever thought the world was there only to make you fail? Do you think that If you didn’t have bad luck you wouldn’t have any luck at all? This is an example of stinking thinkin’! In reality, you make your own luck, your own failures and successes with your choices. Yes, we can […]

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Ikigai – How to See Growth in 2016!

As we start 2016, I would like to open our imaginations a bit and examine work and life from a couple of Japanese concepts that we have all heard about but few truly understand.  The first we are going to look at is “Ikigai” or “the why you get up every day” and the second […]

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How to Tackle Change & WIIFM!

In times of change, “What’s in it for ME?” (WIIFM) is the “BIG” question everyone wants an answer to as soon as possible. Basically, we are all self-centered so this should be no surprise. As a leader, it is your responsibility to see that the communications are clear, concise and authentic. Where possible, we need […]

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Building Blocks for an Innovative Culture

As a leader, you are probably interested in the sustainability of your company, if you’re not then it may be time to find something else to do for a living. The key to continually being on the sustainable path, you really need to focus building blocks that can provide the base of a culture of […]

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How to Bust Procrastination

“How to Bust Procrastination.” I am assuming that you have passion to do what you do in terms of a business, so have you ever lacked the drive and ambition to actually get anything done? Staring at a blank piece of paper or computer screen can get frustrating, and putting in unfocused effort is a […]

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How Collaboration Can Succeed 21st Century Organizations

In an older survey from the Center for Creative Leadership, a large majority of the senior leaders believed collaboration was essential to success. Yet, only 30% of respondents believed leaders in their organizations were actually skilled in collaboration. In my mind, this indicates that leaders must learn and embrace working across boundaries, physical, cultural and […]

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Excerpt: A Field Guide to the Workplace Jungle

This is a brief excerpt from our newest book released in March, 2015 entitled; “A Field Guide to the Workplace Jungle” In this section we are responding to those possible “elephant” behaviours in a team and how to work with them best. You can find the kindle book on Amazon today! “You may also have […]

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4 Tips to Develop a Team Competitive Advantage

In a previous article, we discussed the idea of problem solving broken into a mindset structure, in this article we will look at ways to make a team building strategy that can become a competitive advantage, if done consistently and transparently using those mindsets. If you are a team leader or senior leader, this same […]

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2015 Challenge: Ideas for Engaging Employees

How can we, as leaders, engage employees’ heads, hearts, and hands? Much has been written on the subject of engaging employees  however in this article I will endeavor to highlight a number of areas were leaders should strive for excellence in dealing with their people. These will yield engagement. 1. Always Connect: Leaders must demonstrate […]

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Revelation: It’s Not All about Authority!

Today, many executives dream of ascending the ladder for the sole purpose of gaining more authority. Once they have arrived then they truly, believe they can make “things” happen which will create a change that they have in mind, usually without much input from others. In addition, current senior executives, often report they are frustrated by […]