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The Master Class

November 1, 2015
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Humanizing Our Work

March 10, 2015

 It’s ironic that with all the communications technology available to us in the 21st century, the weak link in most teams is still effective communication. Even with all that “systems firepower,” business still hinges on our ability to communicate efficiently and effectively, worker to worker. Additionally, the past recessionary years have had us all hunkered […]

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Holistic Leadership for the 21st Century

February 10, 2015

 The bottom line isn’t the bottom line so much these days. More and more business leaders are realizing that there is a better, healthier way to a strong bottom line than just making a mad dash for it. Bottom-line thinking creates a toxic corporate culture that often strips it of its resources of talent, energy, […]

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The Synergos Outcome

January 10, 2015

 We were designed to work in groups. We’re social creatures wired for interaction. Collaboration is intrinsic to our DNA. Even if you work alone you rely on others. How many times have you checked a fact out on the web today? How often have you called another subject matter expert to get their opinion of […]

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Play: The Door To Creativity

December 10, 2014

 I placed my coffee next to my laptop, adjusted the focus on the projector, and chatted with the attendees in the front row. Most of my leadership training workshops had started similarly. But as we chatted about teams and how to effectively lead them the subject of creativity came up. One IT manager quickly offered, […]

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The Koinonia Effect

November 10, 2014

 We focus so much these days on the development of the leader when it’s the lack of team cohesion that needs our attention. If leaders would attend to this dynamic first, teams and the leadership thereof, would become more productive. Don’t get me wrong, leaders need to be developed but often hitting that issue head […]

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Leading The Personalities

October 19, 2014

I’ve been doing a lot of personality profile training these days within my leadership communications workshops. That one component of the workshop seems to add the most value to the leaders I train. Lightbulbs seem to go on all day long as we apply the understanding of the various personality types to the teams we’re […]

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Avoiding Your Own Griswold Family Christmas

December 17, 2013

 

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Your Communications Follow-through

October 18, 2013
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The Year Of The Medical Science Liaison

March 25, 2013

Some recommendations for the expanding role of the Medical Science Liaison.

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