Tag: Leadership Communication

FORBES – Artistic Unity: How to radically improve your leadership communication

As published in Forbes. The human mind wanders. A lot. Almost a decade ago the Harvard Gazette reported that 47% of the time we are thinking about anything and everything other than what we are actually doing! In 2014, TIME reported that the average attention span, thanks to advances in technology, topped out a whopping […]

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FORBES: The 15 Biggest Challenges Women Leaders Face and How to Overcome Them

 As published in Forbes.  Readers of this post, might also wish to read this important post. While the world is evolving, women are still lagging behind when it comes to leadership roles in business. Today, only 26 women are in CEO roles at Fortune 500 companies, making up 5.2% of the female population, according to […]

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FORBES: More Humanity. Not Less.

As published in Forbes. Every true act of leadership has only one purpose: to make life better. As such, leadership is rooted in our humanity. It is curious then that so often we hide ourselves within a professional mask of what we think we ought to do and be, only to lose connection, both with […]

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FORBES: Leadership. What Not To Do.

As published in Forbes. In my career, I have learned more about exceptional leadership by being on the receiving end of its opposite. Here are three fundamental things I have learned never do to others, simply because I know first-hand how damaging they can be. 1. Don’t lie. This includes blatant lies, half-truths and errors […]

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FORBES: Leadership. Coaching. Communication. Change.

Forbes recently selected me, along with a small group of other active writers, to each have our own profile page on Forbes.com. This link now houses a full archive of everything I have written and had published in Forbes. I sincerely hope my thoughts on leadership, coaching, communication, and change can help you to more […]

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FORBES: What Really Defines Leadership in Today’s World?

As published in Forbes. Lately, I have been thinking about what makes a leader in today’s world. Are we leaders simply because others report to us, or because we are responsible for an area of the business? Are we leaders because we have a future vision that no one else seems to be able to […]

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FORBES: 15 Ways Your Firm Can Shift Its Culture To Truly Become Gender-Equal

As published in Forbes.   Gender inequality remains a serious problem for businesses. According to the Institute for Women’s Policy Research, in 2015, women earned approximately 80 cents for every dollar earned by men. Leadership positions remain unbalanced, too. Companies looking to embrace diversity gain competitive advantages, like access to a larger pool of skilled […]

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FORBES: Why Focusing On Your Teammate’s Success Is The New Performance Review

As published in Forbes Countless organizations today are striving to create a learning, feedback-rich coaching culture. Having personally taught coaching to (and mentor-coached) hundreds of senior leaders in organizations like American Express, General Electric, salesforce.com, St. Jude Medical, and the Mayo Clinic, I know firsthand the significant investment companies are making. Recently, General Electric announced it […]

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FREE eBOOK – Unleashed! Leader as Coach

Your free ebook is here: unleashed-ebook-final If you are a manager, executive, consultant, or entrepreneur, you need to impact the performance of those around you. Over the last decade, coaching has become a critical competency for leaders at all organizational levels. Unfortunately, many have little experience with, or training in, the processes which distinguish true […]

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Women, I have an important favor to ask: Please, speak up.
Category: Leadership

Years ago, I had the good fortune of hearing American politician Madeleine Albright speak. She told the audience of her time in the White House as the first female U.S. Secretary of State and shared a story I will not forget. The story was about a particular meeting with then President Bill Clinton and various […]

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