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Falling into a Great Career

What do you want to be when you grow up?  When you are little, it was magical to imagine what you might grow up to be: a ballerina, singer, movie star (or today a YouTube star), an astronaut – the list goes on. Every choice sounded and felt achievable. However, then you got to high…

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The Struggle and Joy of Peer-to-Peer Coaching

By Mollie Otieno, a Learning and Development expert Peer-to-peer coaching is scary. Peer coaching often reveals a lot of our own insecurities. What will my team member think about me?  Will they still like me? What if they someday become my boss, will they seek to avenge my coaching efforts?  Am I putting my job…

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Perceptions of You Enter the Room Before You Do

All too often, other’s perception of us can make or break our opportunities, adoption of our ideas, our futures. Perceptions of us result from the direct and indirect experiences others have had with us. Yes, opinions about us can become viral in an organization where assumptions are made about us by people we have never…

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What’s Dog Poop Got to Do with Leadership?

We’ve all observed the behaviors of dog owners. If you live in an urban or suburban area, you know the rules; if you walk your dog, you are expected to pick up your dog’s poop. From my home, I have a great view of a stretch of grass that is a favored peeing and pooping…

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Emotional Intelligence

EQ – A Journey to Personal and Professional Success “The capacity to be aware of, control, and express one’s emotions, and to handle interpersonal relationships judiciously and empathetically.” Emotional Intelligence (EQ) refers to the ability to identify and manage one’s own emotions, as well as the emotions of others. Having Emotional Intelligence requires us to understand how emotions…

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Words Matter in Leadership

“Words Matter,” I did not create this phrase.  The first time I heard it was from a great CEO I worked for, Gerry Agnes, at Elevations Credit Union. He used this short statement often.  However, these two words take on a lot of nuanced meanings. When used in grammar and spelling, words say a lot…

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