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Five Leadership Lessons from the World Cup

Courtney Lynch, July 8, 2019

Service.  Spirit.  Success. I’ve been tuned into as many minutes of the World Cup as life and work have allowed.   Like millions around the world, I’ve enjoyed cheering for my team.   Yet, this year’s Cup… Read More


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The P’s and Q’s of the Work Week Hustle

Courtney Lynch, June 17, 2019

Manners, Appreciation and Civility There’s a rising tide of renewed interest in workplace civility.  Once a popular topic in the 1950’s, the idea of kindness and etiquette is now back at the forefront of workplace… Read More


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Slow Down to Speed Up

Courtney Lynch, June 10, 2019

If You Find Yourself in a Hole, Stop Digging. - Will Rogers   Angie and I've talked a lot about slowing down lately.  While we've both made attempts at Mindfulness meditation, I'll admit that I… Read More


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Before You Say “Yes”

Courtney Lynch, May 20, 2019

Think Before You Say "Yes." As we make decisions how about to commit our time and resources, we often focus on what we have to lose if we say “no” or don’t capitalize on a… Read More


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3 Practices to Help Monday Feel like Friday

Courtney Lynch, April 15, 2019

I recently joked that on Monday I hate my previous Friday self. What do I mean by this? Like many of you, I’m often tired on Friday. So, my Friday self, excited by the prospect of… Read More


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Rethink Risk

Courtney Lynch, March 18, 2019

Risk by its very nature is supposed to be scary.  We are taught to fear it, mitigate it and avoid it.  Yet if we look at our lives, risk is often the precursor to joy,… Read More


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Here’s Why We Need More Post-Ego Leaders and How to Be One

Courtney Lynch, December 3, 2018

How to Become a "Post-Ego" Leader

I was recently talking with a colleague about what it takes to succeed in a demanding role. She shared that she thought the successful leader would have, “high competence, medium ego and be low maintenance.”… Read More


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Reduce Conflict & Improve Outcomes by Gathering More Viewpoints

Courtney Lynch, November 5, 2018

Be Open to Other Viewpoints

Tomorrow is election day.  Above all else, please vote.  While doing so, recognize that what you're voting for matters to you; others might not share your viewpoint.   Here are some thoughts to consider: Effective… Read More


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