I hope you can join us this week for our next Impacting Leaders webinar!

The webinar is How to Deal with Difficult Peopleand it’s available for you to attend, compliments of Impacting Leaders! This webinar is relevant for leaders at every level, and it will be focused on how you can minimize frustrations and conflict, learn how to better influence, set expectations for yourself when dealing with difficult people, and work with them rather than against them.

It’s THIS Thursday, June 15, from noon – 1 p.m. Eastern, and it will include an extended Q&A time with guest Teresa Burris. You can find more information and register for it at bit.ly/leaddifficultppl. See you there!

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4 Dos and Don’ts of Decision Making

April 26, 2017
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Indecision is better than risking the wrong decision, right? Well, if you’re dismantling a bomb or performing brain surgery, maybe. But, in the day-to-day of business, there are few upsides to dragging out your decision.

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Are You Caught in Friendly Fire?

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You don’t need military experience for the words “friendly fire” to send a chilling and angry awareness through your spine. Someone was harmed but it wasn’t by our enemy – it was by someone on our own side, someone who was supposed to be fighting with us, not against us. Friendly fire happens in business […]

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How to Benefit from Your Wait

February 7, 2017
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Waiting in line, waiting in the lobby, waiting through a delay… waiting sucks! But wait… (HA) waiting, actually helps us grow. Wait, what? Yes! So, let’s change our mindset and realize that ‘beneficial waiting’ is a blessing. Don’t just wait… benefit from your wait. Elements of beneficial waiting: • Discomfort. In-between is rarely a place […]

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Leadership Forged in the Fire

February 3, 2017
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Some of the most valuable leadership lessons we can learn are the result of tough experiences. We don’t like making the bad call or being on the receiving end of others’ lousy decisions, but those difficult times have a way of honing our ability to lead, if we’re willing to learn through and from them. Dr. […]

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