Four Questions To Ask During A Tough Conversation At Home And At Work

Four Questions To Ask During A Tough Conversation At Home And At Work

Conversations go south every day at home and work. When things go badly, we stress out, then we spin out in frustration, anger, and resentment. Most of us don’t have the tools needed to honestly acknowledge our role in creating unproductive conversations or to respectfully and humbly engage with others.

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Changing Culture, Changing Conversations

Changing Culture, Changing Conversations

In an organization, the culture is the soup in which work gets done. It influences employee satisfaction, customer retention, and the bottom line. Getting organizational culture right is complicated, but it can mean the difference between a flourishing organization and a floundering one.

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What Can Leadership Learn from Broken Politics

What Can Leadership Learn from Broken Politics

Politicians are elected to serve the people of their district, county, state, and country. Great politicians appreciate the honor and authority bestowed upon them to represent their constituents. Good governing requires truth and integrity.

When politicians forget these values, the seduction of power becomes a slippery slope toward self-serving, egocentric, and arrogant behavior.

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