Category Archives: Leadership

StrengthsFinder

In February I went to San Diego for a program to become certified in the StrengthsFinder assessment. StrengthsFinder is an assessment developed by the Gallup organization and I’ve been using it for many years. The StrengthsFinder measures not strengths, but … Continue reading

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We Teach What We Need to Perfect

The month of January has taught me that the metaphor of the dance floor to the balcony is always useful. The concept of the balcony and the dance floor comes from Leadership Can Be Taught by Sharon Daloz Parks. It … Continue reading

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It’s All About the People

As we move into the new year I am reminded, that’s it’s all about the people. The people we spend time with in our personal life and our business become mirrors to who we are and what we reflect to … Continue reading

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Is It a Lie That You Should Treat Others the Way You Want to Be Treated?

Guest post by Allison S. Tabor, CPC, CPSM Coppia Communications While the virtue being extolled was well intended to help us become considerate citizens, adopting this belief caused unintended negative consequences. Did you ever have a conversation with someone that … Continue reading

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Leadership in Problem Solving

As a leader and/or business owner, you need to hold the vision for the ideal state of many things. Here’s an easy formula to keep things simple. 1.  Share your perception -the current state of the situation. This might be … Continue reading

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