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The Bright Side of Leadership

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The Bright Side A month or so ago, I was watching a professional soccer match with my youngest son. Neither team won, but they worked their tails off in the process. I recall listening to one of the coaches. He had a huge smile on his face, and they hadn’t even won anything. The commentator … Read more

The Great Resignation

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The Great Resignation The Great Resignation has been upon us for a few months now. In July, I wrote an article for CMI speaker’s blog about the record-breaking statistics of employees leaving the workforce. Then, April broke the record for most people quitting a job when over 4 million people quit. That’s the most since the founding … Read more

Are You An Inclusive Leader?

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“We are trying to construct a more inclusive society. We are going to make a country in which no one is left out.” Franklin D. Roosevelt My daughter had a tough middle school year. She agonized over how she felt left out of circles and discussions and events. I would often coach her to look … Read more

Leading When You’ve Been Beaten

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Leading When You’ve Been Beaten One of the hardest roles a leader has to play is managing and reacting in the heat of the moment. Nobody likes when things disrupt our sense of order or upend our plans. It is very telling of a person’s leadership caliber to observe them when abrupt change happens and … Read more

How to Stop Good Employees from Quitting

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Why Good Employees Quit Once upon a time, I made a decision to leave a job. I wanted to no longer have to mute my voice or my presence. I knew I deserved to belong, to be heard, and be appreciated for all that I have to offer. So I left. I was good at … Read more

Leadership Behavior: Be aware of your audience

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A way to serve My son recently received a promotion in the civil air patrol. Unfortunately, I couldn’t be at the ceremony, but my husband was there, and he recorded it for me.  I watched the ceremony unfold, and I saw my son up there at the front of the room with two senior people, … Read more

The Loneliness of Change in an Organization

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A Common Problem One of the most common questions I get asked usually goes like this: “What do I do if I want to be a catalyst for change, but no one else is receptive?” I can’t tell you how often this comes up. I don’t know about you, but this makes me think of … Read more

Leadership Lessons I Learned from my Four Children

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Dedicated to my Children Someone recently approached me and pointed out that the two books I have written have been dedicated to my children, not my spouse, not my mother. For me, this was common sense. My children have taught me more than anyone else has about leadership. They are the foundation of my leadership … Read more

A Lesson in Legacy for Leaders and Princesses

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A Princess Diaries Moment I was recently on a plane and had the opportunity to watch a movie. I chose The Princess Diaries. A classic rom-com, traditional royalty meets the average teenager. In one of the earlier scenes in the movie, the main character, Mia Thermopolis, and her best friend, Lilly Moskovitz, are chatting in gym class. … Read more

Simone Biles: An Olympic Champion in Self-Leadership

Simone Biles: Champion or Leader? If you’ve been following the Olympics at all this past week, then there is no escaping the news surrounding Simone Biles. It all began with a tweet hinting at her struggles with mental health. Simone began the narrative of what would soon become the focus of the world on Sunday, … Read more

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Leadership With Heart With Heather R Younger

“Heather’s courage and vulnerability to share her authentic self are truly inspiring. She shares the most cutting-edge leadership strategies on topics like emotional intelligence and employee experience. If you’re looking to sharpen your leadership skills, this podcast is for you.”

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The Cycle of Listening

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