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Do you have as many weaknesses as strengths? Most great leaders do.

 Take a piece of paper. Draw a line down the middle. On the left, list what you feel are your strengths as a leader. Easy, right? Now, on the right, list what you know to be your weaknesses. Are the … Continue reading

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Funny, isn’t it?

When we listen more than talk, people say we are great conversationalists. When we ask questions rather than offer answers, they say we have good ideas. When you ask the question that feels hard to ask, they are relieved you … Continue reading

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The “simple” job of the CEO – setting the pace and context for decisions

I play bass guitar. I have since my junior year in high school when a buddy of mine came up with the improbable notion of forming a soul/funk garage band to play at local high school dances. Playing bass seemed … Continue reading

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The heart of leadership starts with your story

I love “ah-ha” moments. We all do. We love the clarity, the sense of accomplishment, the burst of focus and energy that comes with them. Many of the “ah-ha” moments with my clients arrive when they realize the power of … Continue reading

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