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Tag: leadership

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Why is it so simple to avoid difficult conversations? We are SUPER uncomfortable with conflict. We don’t want to come across as mean, opinionated, or stubborn.  Sometimes we are not even sure we have the authority or are right. And so, we get comfortable avoiding conflict. We convince ourselves that living with the status quo is easier or […]

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Let’s be honest, many, if not most, would agree that the concept  “Career Advancement made easy” is a pipe dream. Thinking about career advancement may evoke resentful feelings of hopelessness and frustration at not finding a future role or work culture in which they feel valued and fulfilled.  Career advancement looks different to everyone. For many, […]

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Employee retention has never felt more critical than it does today. We are inundated with “great resignation” articles and headlines about the hot job market for employees. A March Pew Research article tells us the nation’s quit rate reached its highest point last November and doesn’t appear to be slowing down. As a Career and […]

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When we begin anything new, it can be scary. Question after question may swarm in our minds until we find ourselves doubting if we can actually do it. This is definitely the case when we become a manager for the first time. By intentionally leading with purpose, you can be a successful leader and gain […]

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“You know what’s fire? Cultivating relationships with people who genuinely want to see you win and pouring that same type of love back into them. Building community with the right people.” Michell C Clark The most confident I ever was in my idea, my business plan and myself was the day I left my corporate […]

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