Monthly Archives: February 2015

Your Leadership Voice: Acquire The Credibility You Deserve

We are all leaders at work and should view ourselves as such, no matter what our job title or salary happens to be. Further, most of us are leaders in the community through our volunteer contributions, large or small. And … Continue reading

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Ignore Risk And Pay A Big Price

Every day people die, relationships fail, accidents take place, careers sink, organizations dissolve, and businesses close because folks don’t want to look at the risks associated with certain behaviors, choices, circumstances, and actions. Aside from all the emotional upheaval, these … Continue reading

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7 Big Benefits to Risk-taking at Work

  Over and over throughout my career I’ve realized that opportunities to take risks abound. We just need to look for them. Professional risks, planned and unplanned, come in various buckets: conversations, strategy, behaviors, process and procedures, new initiatives, path, … Continue reading

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