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Friday, June 27, 2014
I recently had an interesting conversation with a friend of mine about my upcoming wedding.
My friend offered a simple, yet powerful tool for being more authentic in our conversations.
I share this story in the video below. Enjoy!
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Thursday, June 19, 2014
While on my way to Niagara Falls, Ontario, I was reviewing my notes for a keynote speech and was reminded of some fascinating research on near death experiences.
As I describe in the video below, the inspiring findings of the research should cause us to re-think our priorities and what we measure in our lives.
Thursday, June 12, 2014
I was recently in Salt Lake City, Utah, when I heard a story that inspired me deeply.
The story reminded me how meaningful and impactful our lives are, and how we can make a difference no matter what our current position is in life.
I share this story in the video below.
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Tuesday, June 10, 2014
Ideally, I'm sure that we'd all like to have workplaces that are completely free of conflict.
We may have dreams of an organization full of people who get along all the time, always acting harmoniously.
But reality quickly reminds us that this is not possible. So the important question to ask is:
How do we handle conflict when it arises personally or between people we lead?
Do we ignore it? Do we feign niceties to create the façade of harmony? Do we aggressively defend our position? Do we allow our people to do the same?
Effective leaders who truly care about their people and achieving excellence take a different approach.
They embrace conflict...
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