Posts Tagged "Leadership"

14 Steps Entrepreneurs Can Take To Become Thought Leaders In Their Industry

Posted by on May 12, 2019

14 Steps Entrepreneurs Can Take To Become Thought Leaders In Their Industry

Want to become a thought leader? What I have found as helpful, valuable and fun is to partner with another thought leader in my space. Read more about my suggestion - and see the wise suggestions from my peers - on this Forbes Coaches expert panel.

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Quarterly – April 2019 Edition

Posted by on Apr 3, 2019

Quarterly – April 2019 Edition

Are You Strategic or Soft...or Both? This quarterly provides you with ways to build your strategic skills. Learning tactics to help you lead, change, motivate, inspire, empathize, communicate.

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2019 Q1 DFW Leadership & Learning Roundtable Materials

Posted by on Jan 30, 2019

2019 Q1 DFW Leadership & Learning Roundtable Materials

Thanks to the leaders who joined this quarter’s DFW Leadership and Learning Director’s Roundtable. Here is a link to the session’s materials, including the PowerPoint (for re-use with your teams) with embedded links to the Simon Sinek video and the Harvard Business Publishing research report on leadership and...

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Are your key stakeholders hinting for change?

Posted by on Jan 30, 2019

Are your key stakeholders hinting for change?

My Forbes Coaches Council peers and I weigh in on signs signaling it’s time to shift your business. Click here to read...

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News – Quarterly 2019

Posted by on Jan 17, 2019

News – Quarterly 2019

  Leaders, How would you describe the difference between wise and smart? Here is a simple exercise I use to help people understand the difference in their own worlds. First, ask: who is the smartest person you know, and why did you choose that person? Responses often include people who are technically brilliant in their respective fields (e.g., aeronautical engineers, brain surgeons, economists, well-known company leaders) and who are described as intelligent, genius and bright. Then, ask: who is the wisest person you know, and why did you choose that person? While responses may also include leaders in their...

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News – Quarterly 2018

Posted by on Sep 20, 2018

News – Quarterly 2018

What words come to mind when you hear diversity, equality or inclusion (DEI)? I think of strength, open-mindedness, innovative, creative, better, different, outside of my comfort zone, courageous. If you’re stuck and not sure how to move forward with DEI, check out these tests that identify the magnitude of your own biases, videos to get you thinking, and impactful calls to action that CEOs from across the globe are committing to regarding DEI in the workplace. This summer, I was invited to join Forbes’ Coaches Council. Top business and career coaches offer firsthand insights on leadership topics ranging from diversity to goal settingto personal...

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Got The Post-Summer Blues? 11 Ways To Refocus And Start Autumn Off Strong

Posted by on Sep 20, 2018

Got The Post-Summer Blues? 11 Ways To Refocus And Start Autumn Off Strong

My Forbes Coaches Council peers and I weigh in on ways to be focused and productive as we close out the year. Click here to read...

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13 Ways To Be More Inclusive Of Talent With Learning Disabilities

Posted by on Sep 20, 2018

13 Ways To Be More Inclusive Of Talent With Learning Disabilities

My Forbes Coaches Council peers and I weigh in on ways to be more inclusive of talent with learning disabilities. Click here to read...

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News – Executive Director at DFW Leadership, Learning and Development Director’s Roundtable

Posted by on Jul 10, 2018

News – Executive Director at DFW Leadership, Learning and Development Director’s Roundtable

I’m honored to have been appointed as the Executive Director of the DFW Leadership, Learning and Development Directors’ Roundtable and to continue serving companies in the DFW community. Sandy Schwan Appointed Executive Director at DFW Leadership, Learning, and Development Director’s Roundtable

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Relaxing More + Taking Frequent Breaks = More Accomplishments

Posted by on Mar 16, 2012

Relaxing More + Taking Frequent Breaks = More Accomplishments

What can you do to accomplish more especially when you are feeling overwhelmed with organizational change? Check out NASA's counter-intuitive approach: Relaxing + Taking more breaks.

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