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  • Spirituality And Employee Engagement Is Not About Religion

    I don't think work-life balance is the most-important factor for people feeling engaged on the job. Yes employees appreciate leaders who care about their lives beyond work. But work-life balance...

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  • Living the Zoetic Life

    When you go shopping to select new clothing for a special occasion, do you willingly choose an outfit that is less attractive than one that’s a knockout? When it’s time...

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  • Targeting Your Influence, Part 2

    My previous blog outlined the foundational concept of freeing yourself of problem situations, in an effort to better leverage a limited resource (your influence energies and...

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  • Targeting Your Influence, Part 1

    Consider ‘normal’ distribution. It states that in most situations with a population of any real size, we can pretty much count on results being distributed across a bell-shaped curve with...

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  • The Power of Self-Talk

    Leadership is a high-energy profession. It is full time and requires full service. The path to becoming a leader can be littered with troubles, both our own and those of...

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  • Creating A Positive Epidemic

    An organizational change initiative begins with an idea about improving how work gets done. It could be an idea about how to increase quality or get product to market quicker...

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  • Millennials Want Passionate Leaders

    Millennials are all-too familiar with reality TV. From the drama-filled series “The Real World” to the ever-famous quest for a record deal on “American Idol.”...

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  • Leadership Shortcuts

    I recently had a conversation with Natalie Marie Peterson, an NSCA Strength & Conditioning Coach and also a Master Situational Leadership® Trainer. Peterson has worked with me for many years,...

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  • From Vicious to Virtuous Cycles

    Most of us have read the statistic that 50 to 85 percent of change initiatives fail. It is often said initiatives fail because people resist change. Blaming resistance just might be...

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  • Constructive Rabble Rousing

    Project-based learning (PBL) is an approach to K-12 education designed to engage students through solving real-world problems. For example, rather than learning botany, geology, and horticulture in the abstract, students...

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