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Front Row Seating

My friend Gigi and I recently attended an incredible live performance of South Pacific. Years ago, I saw South Pacific on Broadway, and this new stage performance was as good as it was way back then.   535 more words

What Are Your Leadership Priorities? 5 Areas to Target

During a recent 360 feedback interview, the client I was working with said something that caught my attention. I’ve been thinking of it since then, and it’s having an impact on what I am identifying as my priorities and targeted behaviors for this year. 379 more words

Coaching

My First 90 days #first90 - A repost from linkedin

I wrote this piece a couple of days ago on Linkedin and thought I would share it hear as well.

http://www.linkedin.com/pulse/my-first-90-days-just-yourself-first90-paul-rasmussen

#First90

It is really tempting I think whenever you are starting a new role to want to show yourself in the best light, to be the best person you can be, to try and really fit and become part of the company culture. 175 more words

Executive Development

Leaders: Stop Adding Value—Just Listen

I was talking with a Blanchard® coach the other day about the topic of recognition. She told me about a newly promoted VP she’s working with. 392 more words

Coaching

Helping Others Know You As A Leader: 3 Ways to Get Started

One of the best ways to build a connection between yourself and others is to share information about yourself—who you are, where you’re from, your influences, etc. 530 more words

Communication

The Well-Intentioned Manager's New Year’s Resolution: Have More Fun

It’s the New Year, and I hope you’ll forgive one more post on resolutions—although this one might be a little different from what you expect. 507 more words

Wellbeing

Need More Time? Start Coaching Your People

What’s the number one reason that leaders don’t provide more day-to-day coaching for their people? By an overwhelming margin, it’s “I don’t have the time.” 392 more words

Coaching