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Take the Pressure Off: Become a Curator of Curiosity

Take the Pressure Off: Become a Curator of Curiosity

How are you dealing with the shift in expectations we’re seeing globally?  You’ve heard it all before: artificial intelligence, an aging population, tech booms, growth of e-commerce…but what exactly does this mean for us as leaders? A recent McKinsey report shows CEOs are facing a shift in their expectations of the workforce.  Keep reading to […]

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 Self-Program For Positive Outcomes

How to Self-Program For Positive Outcomes How to Self-Program For Positive Outcomes

Self-Programming    n If you are anything like the majority of Americans, you’ve been exposed to an onslaught of reports and statistics that paint a disturbing contemporary social pattern.  It is an illustration of innocent kids being killed and armed robbers winning lawsuits against their victims who injured then.  It is an illustration of ethnic cleansing, music […]

Will Your Personal Imprint Be Authoritative or Servant Oriented?

Will Your Personal Imprint Be Authoritative or Servant Oriented? Will Your Personal Imprint Be Authoritative or Servant Oriented

Servant leadership is a vital concept for organizational success. It differentiates itself as a leadership philosophy by declaring that the primary role of a leader is that he or she exists to serve the interests of others. The contrast here is that a hierarchical leadership principle portrays the sense of the leader as an authoritative […]

You Have Super-Powers. Use them wisely.

You Have Super-Powers. Use them wisely. You Have Super-Powers

You Have Super-Powers. There are super-powers inherent within us to influence each other.  How did you feel the last time someone at work told you that you were doing an excellent job?  What was your reaction when you heard that someone you just met was impressed with you?  Did you smile the last time you […]

A Newer You

A Newer You A Newer You

A review of the Gallup Well-Being Index from the previous year notes that Americans are not as healthy as we have been in the past.  Obesity hit a record high and the only demographic group who exercised more than in previous years were the Millennials. Another research group indicates that 45% of Americans usually make […]

The Three Components Necessary for Achieving a Balanced Life

The Three Components Necessary for Achieving a Balanced Life The Three Components Necessary for Achieving a Balanced Life

The difference between a wish and a goal is that in the case of the latter, we create a specific plan in which we strategize and work towards its attainment.  A wish usually takes on a fantasy-oriented role and is internally excused with words like “unrealistic.”  Part of establishing written balanced goals, we learned, is […]

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