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How to Coach Employees to Success

Leadership, Management

Going Beyond the Annual Review When it comes to coaching employees, it is easy to leave them alone as long as they are staying on track and exhibiting positive work performance. This follows the popular adage, “If it ain’t broke,…

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Thinking Regionally

Development, Leadership, Talent Pipeline

How Visionary Realism is Uniting Central Florida By Eric Wright John W. Gardner, one of the sage voices of “The Greatest Generation,” said, “We are continually faced with a series of great opportunities brilliantly disguised as insoluble problems.” Turning challenges…

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Cooperation and Collaboration


Advancing to Prosperity Leadership inspires and moves others to action. Cooperation is not about who is right but what is right. It is doing the right thing at the sacrifice of one’s personal agenda. Collaboration involves competitors working together for…

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Who is the Person Behind the Mask?


The True Measure of a Leader Warren Buffett once said, “You don’t know who is swimming naked until the tide goes out.” He was referring to individuals and their financial stability during tough times, but you can also make the…

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Weathering the Storms of Life


How to Bring Good from Every Situation   “April showers bring May flowers.” The origin of this classic saying dates back to the 1500s when Thomas Tusser wrote the poem: Sweet April showers Do spring May flowers. The underlying message…

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Going Forward by Stepping Back!


Surprising Advice on How to Get Ahead  Here is a simple but troubling truth: Most bosses reach a certain level of proficiency and stop there — short of what they could and should be. Organizations usually have a few great…

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A Crisis of Leadership


The C-Level Practices of True Leaders Our nation is in the midst of a severe leadership crisis. At a time when leadership is needed the most, our society’s ability to produce or follow sound leadership is waning. Maybe it is…