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How to Be a Proactive Leader Who Helps Others In Need

Angie Morgan, August 13, 2018

Don't Make People Have to Ask for Help

While our team often prides ourselves in doling out guidance, we often get some incredible insight from our audience.     Recently, I delivered a keynote and a manager came up to me after to share… Read More


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7 Prescriptions for Curing Your Workplace Funk

Angie Morgan, August 6, 2018

The Workplace Funk

The workplace funk – do you know what it is?  No, it’s not the moldy sandwich in the shared refrigerator that is stinking up the break room.  Nor is it a fancy jingle – set to the… Read More


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Not the Loudest Person in the Room?

Angie Morgan, July 30, 2018

We have a range of talents on Team Lead Star.  We all fancy ourselves as performers, of sorts, when we’re facilitating learning sessions.  Yet, only one of us has truly performed in theater, Ben Whiting.     Ben… Read More


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10 Signs You Work in a Toxic Environment (and Five Things You Can Do About It)

Angie Morgan, July 16, 2018

10 Signs You Work in a Toxic Environment (and Five Things You Can Do About It)

I’ve seen inside both thriving and toxic work environments for more than a decade, and there are clear, telltale signs that indicate whether (or not) you’re working in a healthy organization.  I’m compiling my list so… Read More


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Go To A Parade

Angie Morgan, July 2, 2018

Go To A Parade

It takes dozens of hours to put together a float.  It’s a pretty involved task: Coming up with a concept Buying supplies Coordinating schedules to construct the float Participating in the parade itself, which can be… Read More


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You Keep the Culture

Angie Morgan, June 4, 2018

I was caught off guard last week. When I was meeting with a respected business leader in my community to discuss some of the economic challenges in our region, he said, offhand, “I probably shouldn’t… Read More


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Are Your Work Relationships Transactional or Transformational?

Angie Morgan, May 28, 2018

Are Your Work Relationships Transactional...or Transformational?

My colleagues and I talk a lot about transactional vs transformational relationships. In our work ecosphere, we can achieve success through transactions – you do this, I do this, and we don’t really invest in… Read More


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Tips for the Time-Poor Professional

Angie Morgan, May 7, 2018

Tips for the Time-Poor Professional

In the midst of running a business, raising a family, and helping support my husband’s Congressional campaign, a new responsibility fell on my lap recently. I am now heading the float-building committee for my son’s… Read More


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