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Understanding the 100% Mutual Responsibility Rule, Ep #21

I’ve spent a lot of time lately thinking about the topic of mutually meaningful work engagements, and I want to introduce you to a concept I’ve coined, “The 100% Mutual Responsibility Rule.” Before I explain the rule to you, we’ve got to define some concepts, let’s start with the term,...

4 Ways to Be An Effective Leader with Tom Dott, Ep #20

Are you an effective leader? How do you know? One of the best ways to measure your effectiveness as a leader is to look at the health of your team. Sure you might be able to hit all the benchmarks and milestones but if your team is unhealthy, have you...

How to Get Your Team to Embrace Their Professional Strengths with Amy Jessen, Ep #19

Do you have individuals in your organization who produce great work but don’t possess what most people consider, “Leadership” qualities? What are they suppose to do, they can’t just change their professional strengths like putting on a new outfit, can they? Don’t write those folks off just yet! There are...

Why Perseverance is the Key to Long-term Success, with Elly Moody Ep #18

If you want your organization to enjoy long-term success, you’ve got to be committed to enduring whatever challenges come your way. Remember that old fable about the tortoise and the hare? Too many business leaders are still trying to be the hare when the moral of the story is to...

Why A Yes Person Isn’t Always the Best Person For the Job with Ryan Peña, Ep #16

Don’t you love those folks in your organization who ask, “How high?” when you say “Jump?” You know the type, we often refer to them as a “Yes Person.” Wouldn’t it be nice if your entire organization was filled with yes people? Not so fast! What if you are missing...

How to Assess the Emerging Leaders In Your Organization, Ep #15

What is your plan for assessing and encouraging emerging leaders in your organization? Do you hope a good idea will fall in your lap or are you proactively looking for ways to sift through your people? What if there was a way to take a common occurrence like a weather...