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Greta Expectations and Van Fleeting Moments

Angie Morgan, January 7, 2019

Greta Expectations and Van Fleeting Moments

I’m a news junkie, so when I get a break I check the headlines. I have some go-to sites, and upon a recent Detroit Free Press skim I paused, clicked, and was amazed.  The story I… Read More


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Presence and Presents

Angie Morgan, December 24, 2018

Presence and Presents

I’m going to lead by example this year and do something daring: I’m going to abandon my phone this holiday season and stick to real, human connection. Shocking, right?  I’ve already ditched Facebook for one… Read More


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Suffering is Optional

Angie Morgan, December 17, 2018

Suffering is Optional

My dear friend and colleague, Eric Spencer, has a great saying whenever he facilitates a learning session:  “Suffering is optional.”  To his participants, this means that if they have to go to the restroom, they… Read More


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Perspective Shift

Angie Morgan, November 19, 2018

Perspective Shift

"I didn't realize that." I found myself repeating this phrase recently while strolling through an artist’s exhibit in Chicago. As I was learning their process and method, it dawned on me that while I appreciate… Read More


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How to Make Yourself Irreplaceable

Angie Morgan, October 29, 2018

How to Make Yourself Irreplaceable

“This guy is irreplaceable,” my client, an HR Leader, shared with me prior to a conversation I was going to have with one of the organization’s IT executives. I love it when people are described… Read More


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B Student

Angie Morgan, October 15, 2018

B Student

This year has been a year of personal distraction. My husband, Matt Morgan, has been running for Congress – the US House of Representatives. So in addition to leading Lead Star, I’ve been running myself… Read More


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Replacing “But” With “And” Will Transform Your Message

Angie Morgan, October 1, 2018

The Big, Annoying "But"

Have you ever received a backhanded compliment? “You’re a really great presenter, but with more experience, you’ll be better.” Or, have you ever received feedback that was well-intentioned, but just rubbed you the wrong way? “The project you… Read More


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To Record … or Not Record?

Angie Morgan, August 20, 2018

To Record ... or Not Record?

I’ve been thinking a lot this week about what the circumstances would have to be if I were to record a private conversation.  I’m only coming up with one answer: None. (Not entirely true*)  I don’t… Read More


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