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3 Ways to Become Exceptionally Persuasive

Exceptionally persuasive people do 3 things to consistently get their way. After reading this, you can too. In my work with thousands of people all over the world, I’ve discovered Read more


7 Question Types that Spawn Innovation and Creativity

People are not persuaded by what is said, they are persuaded by what they understand. The only way to understand anything is through the art of asking precise, concise, and Read more


Go Further Faster

To be successful, you have to give yourself permission to succeed. All you need is a swift kick in the attitude. People are unhappy. Ask most people how they are Read more


Drive Maui’s Hana coast and you’ll encounter black sandy beaches, spectacular waterfalls, and several lessons on great leadership.  A client engagement brought me to Maui, and the opportunity to experience Read more


Few managers consistently deliver winning results. The managers who do use these 4 tactics as their formula for sustainable success. Doug Conant, author and former CEO of Campbell Soup Company, Read more


Success

Anyone can transform into a great leader by mastering these 11 traits of leadership success. A persistent myth regarding great leaders is that they possess almost super human intellect and Read more


A March 2000 Harvard Business Review article revealed the 6 leadership styles that get results. More than a decade later, the article remains as a relevant as ever. Daniel Goleman, Read more


The push to success. The pull to tradition. It’s a never ending tug of war. Asking the right questions is the key to striking the appropriate balance for sustainable success. Read more


Four of the top five destroyers of employee engagement are a management / leadership issue. Are they present in your organization? Here’s how to find out. I’m writing this article Read more


They’re driven. They’re authentic. And they consistently deliver exceptional results. You hear all of the fuss about employees being disengaged, and you wonder who are the leaders who are lucky Read more