Purpose Matters by Chris Heeter

December 3rd, 2018

There are several themes I hear over and again in my preparatory calls before speaking for an organization or at a conference. Whether it’s from growth or re-structuring, regulations or new technology, every organization is trying to figure out how to manage so much change. And how to address change fatigue in employees weary with […]

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How To Create A Leadership Foundation by Erik Therwanger

December 3rd, 2018

Build your company as a skyscraper. Building a company is like building a skyscraper. You wouldn’t try to build hundreds of floors on top of just a dirt foundation. The ground shifts and changes constantly over time, and with every new floor, a stronger foundation is required to hold the weight of your building. Companies that […]

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Failure is a Gift: How You Unwrap It Is Up To YOU by Kim Becking

November 29th, 2018

RESILIENCE BOOSTER: REALIZE FAILURE IS A GIFT I’ve failed a lot in my life. Many don’t see the failures. But the reality is that WE ALL FAIL. People don’t like to talk about their failures. They don’t post about them on Facebook. They don’t tell you about it over coffee. They don’t share, sometimes even […]

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How To Be A More Grateful Leader All Year by Jones Loflin

November 19th, 2018

If you’re guilty of being that leader who only focuses on saying “Thank you” in November or December or thinks a gift card is always the best choice, try these five strategies by Jones Loflin to improve your attitude and behaviors about gratitude all year: Schedule “Gratitude Time” Like other disciplines, having an “attitude of […]

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3 Questions to Get a High-Performing Team with AmyK!

November 16th, 2018

Want a brilliant, high-performing team? AmyK asks the difficult questions on why your team might not be performing to your standards.      

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The Plague of Waiting by Mel Robbins

November 15th, 2018

Is there something that is stopping you from recognizing your dreams? Mel Robins refers to it as the  “Plague of Waiting.” In her video clip, she shares how to start taking action.   The first and hardest step is just having the courage to get started.

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Waldo Waldman “The Wingman” is a motivational speaker and author of Never Fly Solo

Waldo Waldman
November 13th, 2018

In his presentations, Waldo shares tactical knowledge on how fighter pilots work together in the heat of battle. Situational awareness (SA) means having a 360 degree picture of your environment and can increase your ability to adapt to change and improve your chances of success. Waldo explains that the key to building SA is teamwork, […]

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HIPAA expert, Jim Sheldon- Dean

November 5th, 2018

We are excited to announce a new program on Disaster Recovery and Emergency Mode Operations by HIPAA expert, Jim Sheldon- Dean  Disaster Recovery and Emergency Mode Operations With the recent natural disasters and hacking attacks suffered by healthcare and governmental entities, new attention is being paid to preparations for recovering from such disasters while protecting […]

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Cultivate a Highly Accountable Culture by Mike Evans

November 1st, 2018

Most senior organizational leaders have a firm grasp, clear vision and solid understanding of the critical results that must be realized by their organization as they look out twelve to eighteen months into the future. However, data collected over the past twenty years reveals that 90% of the time those ‘must-achieve desired results’ are not […]

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Distracted Leadership by Michael Veltri

October 18th, 2018

Distracted Leadership — Do You Use Your Cell Phone or Does It Use You? by Michael Veltri Do you use your cell phone as an alarm clock?  I used to.  This was my morning routine for years:  Cell phone alarm goes off, I turn it off, and immediately start looking at emails, text messages, calendar […]

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Leadership Attributes by Mike Evans

October 12th, 2018

5 Leadership Attributes that Ignite Extraordinary Results by Mike Evans “Leaders are born…not made!”  How many of us have heard this often repeated myth? The truth, however, is far different. Exemplary leadership is the result of consistent action over time, and focus on a few simple principles. It is a process. It involves practices, skills, […]

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Improve your odds when that “plane crash”​ moment hits

October 11th, 2018

Looking for a speaker for your next safety conference? Dave Sanderson shares his personal story of how he survived the “Miracle on the Hudson” plus gives attendees tools they can use when a tragedy hits. Three ways you can improve your odds when that “plane crash”​ moment hits by Dave Sanderson  “Let me not pray […]

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Can I Learn to Say “No” Three Times? by Kit Welchlin

Kit Welchin
October 8th, 2018

I’m sure you are a person who likes to help others. However, you may be saying “yes” a little too often. Always saying “yes” to friends asking favors and “yes” to coworkers’ requests can become too much. I suggest that you occasionally say “no” three times.   Click here to watch Kit’s video.

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Succession Planning for Small Businesses by Mary Kelly

October 4th, 2018

If you are a small business owner, these 5 steps will help you successfully prepare for the future of your organization. 1. Planning Early – It is vital that business owners and leaders begin succession plans as early as possible. This means putting a strategy in place for when and how the succession will be handled. […]

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