5 Ways to Build a Leadership Pathway

5 Ways to Build a Leadership Pathway Even if you are not yet a leader, there are ways to build your own pathway to leadership by becoming the best possible employee. Here are five stepping stones to becoming a better employee and thus building a pathway to leadership. Ask for Clarification This one tool will improve every area of your life and will set you up for becoming a leader...
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Why Leaders Struggle with Accountability

Why Leaders Struggle with Accountability

Most leaders want to create an accountable culture, yet struggle with the process. The question becomes, “How can we create a culture of accountability while at the same time promote open communication, and engagement. This article explores five reasons leaders struggle with accountability and what you can do to create an accountable culture where people feel supported to do their best work.

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Embodying 3 Keys to Enable Success

Embodying 3 Keys to Enable Success

Almost every organization wants to increase accountability, yet the road to an accountable culture is often rocky, narrow, and slippery. Most executives can quote books, articulate models, and share statistics about accountability, yet the gap between knowing and doing remains wide.

What I often see in the field is intellectualizing rather than embodiment. Intellectualizing is about “head knowledge,” and embodiment is about taking actions until the actions become habits that turn into ways of being. This post is about three distinct barriers to creating an accountable culture and what to do to shorten the gap between ideas and action.

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Holiday Drama: How to Stop Suffering

Holiday Drama: How to Stop Suffering It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Or is it? The end of the year and holiday season often triggers many emotions like regret, resentment, guilt, anger and jealousy. In my body of work, suffering is synonymous with drama. Gossip, turnover, back-stabbing and power struggles create tremendous suffering in our workplaces. And we blame most of...
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