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Take one part confined quarters, two parts high degree of uncertainty, mix with a generous amount of prolonged worry, and you have a terrific recipe
How to Stay in Front of Your Customers and Stick
Last Friday, I wrote about the critical important of messaging to your team members and promised the same for your clients and customers. See below.
Now is Not the Time for Leadership Development
This crisis is leadership development.
But, I cannot think of a more important time to have an experienced, trusted, confidential sounding board to help you
Why We Binge Watch
Because we want to know what happens next, and we want to know the end of the story. I’m convinced it’s a human need, kind
I Held a Zoom Meeting and Nothing Happened
Well, nothing went wrong.
Not a thing.
I hosted my first leadership cohort for senior executives on Tuesday night and it went off without a
From Sarah’s Desk: Special Engagement Opportunities for Our Times
To support you now and as we move through this crisis and emerge over the coming months
If you have not listened to
Natural. We are in the throes of an event that many of us have yet to wrap our minds and hearts around, an event that
Magnificent Leadership® for Right Now
When I began interviewing leaders in their fields for The Making Magnificence Project® back in 2012, I was interested in one thing: How did they
Does Sleep Count?
I was talking with a client about self-leadership, about sustaining themselves during this crisis, asking if they were getting outside to walk (something I know
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How Are Your Relationships?
I’m talking about your professional relationships with the following people:
- Your clients and customers
- Your team
- Your peers across and outside your organization
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When It’s All Hand on Deck: How to Raise the Bar on Performance
Your people are likely tired, uneasy, and not the most focused. Add to that that they are dislocated.
How do you get the most from
Swim for Center
I’ve been observing something in myself and clients and friends over the past couple of weeks: our tender spots, those fears and worries that may
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Wisdom for Our Times: Brad Wilson Shares His Perspective
I reached out to several of the extraordinary leaders featured in my book to get their input on leading during these trying times, posing
My Current Sticky List
Written last night and made a priority, a cocktail of the following:
Extra Fruits and Vegetables
Running at my new favorite route
Notes from the Field: Remote Work Best Practices
One of the tremendous benefits of what I do is that I work with clients across industry, seeing their experiments and best practices. I’d like
Questions and Topics that I’m Talking About with Clients this Week
The following are coming up in my conversations with clients as we face the COVID-19 crisis:
- Concentration of revenue
- Speed of sale and bottlenecks
Leadership Courage During Crisis
Whichever side of the political aisle you’re on, I think most would agree that leadership from the Oval Office has been severely lacking during the
Update: Remote Work Considerations
From my colleague Sten Vesterli (www. vesterli.com), see below some items to consider as your workforce moves into remote work. More from me on Monday
If You’re Leading from Home
Communicate more, not less.
Trust more, not less.
Be available to your team more, not less.
Establish even more clear expectations, not less.
When You’re in a Foxhole of Your Own Making
Back in 2012 when I was really launching my consulting practice, I was in a bit of a pickle.
With my thinking.
Despite having launched
It’s Live! Livongo’s Glen Tullman Returns to The Making Magnificence Project®
Start-Up to IPO.
In 5 Years.
Join me for this special 5 Year Retrospective interview with Livongo’s founder and executive chairman.
Trust me, you