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Be a Two-Timing Coach

The phrase “two-timer” certainly has a well deserved negative connotation to it. It is most often used to define a person who is cheating in a relationship with another person. 639 more words


Creating Law and Order: Leading with Discipline

Are you leading with discipline? Does this type of leader describe you?

  • You actually enjoy routine. In fact, if there is no structure, you create one.
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Organizational Health

Authentic Leadership

“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” – John Quincy Adams

I asked Jeanne to teach me how to do speed work so I could mix up my running routine, making it a little less routine. 194 more words


Ascension Angel reblogged this on Ascension Angels and commented:

This touched my heart and brought a smile... thank you Kathie and Jeanne :)

The Vital Importance of Conflict Resolution

I am not a fan of conflict. I’d prefer to have zero conflicts in my life, both my personal life and my professional life.

My preference however is unrealistic because conflicts are a part of life. 850 more words


Authenticity is not just being yourself – it’s knowing who you are

There was an interesting article recently that argued just being yourself was asking for trouble. It caught my attention, naturally, because so much of the authenticity debate is often defined by these simple words. 439 more words

Comms, People, Change

Do You Talk or Do You Communicate?

Communication is an essential element of leadership.

Authentic Servant Leaders know that talking and actually communicating are two very different things. Talking generally requires only one person but communicating always requires at least two. 373 more words


Why Power Does not Equal Leadership

In the famous words of Dwight D. Eisenhower, “You do not lead by hitting people over the head — that’s assault, not leadership.”

We all have power on some level or another. 489 more words