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Urgent Wake-Up Call: Do your employees despise their job?

Urgent Wake-Up Call: Do your employees despise their job?

Attention, champions of progress! Amidst the bustling currents of today’s high-paced work arena, an urgent call reverberates: Employee wellbeing isn’t just a luxury; it’s the heartbeat of survival. The very question we should be asking remains, Is working for our company draining the positive energy from our employees and how are we going to fix […]

How to Help Your Brain During These Anxious Times

How to Help Your Brain During These Anxious Times Generate your own predictability by creating renewed purpose in the face of anxiety. Many people will be tempted to only look inward during these times of uncertainty. Your brain will respond in a much healthier manner when answering questions that lead you to be part of the solution and not part of the problem.

The human brain does not like a lot of ambiguity and uncertainty. Understanding this principle brings some clarity to the panic and anxiety caused by the current Covid-19 situation. I just returned from multiple speaking engagements that afforded me the opportunity to enjoy time in England, Germany, and Poland. My presence in Europe allowed me to think about […]

Start With Gratitude

Start With Gratitude Start With Gratitude

In my recently published book, Break The Bad- How to Develop Effective Habits, I discuss the significance of developing a “mindset of gratitude.”  Here is an excerpt from the book, and I hope this will encourage you to develop a mindset that will positively change the way you view your world. “There are always things […]

3 Things I Learned From My Mentor & WWII Veteran Hero

3 Things I Learned From My Mentor & WWII Veteran Hero 3 Things I Learned From My Mentor & WWII Veteran Hero

Three Things I learned from My Mentor and WWll Veteran Hero Over the Last 33 Years (#3 Could Change Your Life) I call it your “Personal Math Identity.” In essence, it is the sense that all of us are merely the sum of the 3-5 people with whom we spend the most amount of time. […]

3 Leadership Lessons I Learned From Lt. Uhura of Star Trek

3 Leadership Lessons I Learned From Lt. Uhura of Star Trek 3 Leadership Lessons I Learned From Lt Uhura of Star Trek

Special Black History Month series: This article is a part of the Leadershipopedia Series where we help you to grow your leadership skills because being a leader is about our actions, not our titles #blackhistorymonth #leadershipopedia Nichelle Nichols started a remarkable history-making role when Gene Roddenberry asked her to play Chief Communications Officer Lt. Uhura […]

Change Your Thinking and You Will Change Your Life- Stop, Drop and Roll!

Change Your Thinking and You Will Change Your Life- Stop, Drop and Roll! Change Your Thinking and You Will Change Your Life- Stop Drop and Roll

I recently celebrated a milestone birthday.  One that assigns you a title that delineates what stage of life you are in… whether you like it or not.  Before I knew it, I found my thinking once again spiraling down a path of a self-deprecating, energy-draining, negativity centered, worrisome stressed-filled plunge.  Has that ever happened to […]

5 Things I Learned From 7 Minutes of Terror!

5 Things I Learned From 7 Minutes of Terror! 5 Things I Learned From 7 Minutes of Terror

This article is a part of the Leadershipopedia Series where we help you to grow your leadership skills because being a leader is about our actions, not our titles. I truly underestimated the level of impact these 30 minutes would have on me.  Isn’t it amazing that we sometimes go into situations thinking that we […]

Leadership is About the “What”

Leadership is About the “What” Leadership is About the What

Leadership Is About The “What” More so Than The “How” In order to maintain effectiveness within the cultural context of an organization, each leader must ask themselves: “What is the most important thing about the way the team likes to do work?” Given the diversity of generations in the workplace, it is imperative for leaders […]

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