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Index Your Progress

Courtney Lynch, December 5, 2016

Index Your Progress

As we near the end of 2016, it’s valuable as leaders to assess our progress. Leadership development is a journey, not a destination. Grab a blank piece of paper and take some notes as you… Read More


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What You Don’t Know Until It’s Over

Courtney Lynch, October 24, 2016

Keep Ithaka always in your mind. Arriving there is what you are destined for. But do not hurry the journey at all. Better if it lasts for years, so you are old by the time… Read More


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How Long is Your Runway?

Courtney Lynch, October 3, 2016

How Long is Your Runway?

I recently turned 42. Not young, but not ancient, as my business partner Angie offered on the occasion. My birthday always inspires reflection. This year, I had two conversations around my birthday that left a… Read More


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Good Leaders Make Success Happen

Courtney Lynch, August 22, 2016

Good Leaders Make Success Happen

Hands down, the highlight of my 10-year-old daughter Kara’s summer was attending Dog Camp. Kara and our golden retriever Jake spent a full week working together to learn tricks, agility and teamwork. The camp was… Read More


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Why You Should Schedule a “Workcation”

Courtney Lynch, July 18, 2016

Why You Should Schedule a "Workcation"

“I took off for a weekend last month just to try and recall the whole year.” - Jimmy Buffet, Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes Nothing sets a summer time mood like Jimmy Buffet. The moment… Read More


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Be Open to Other Viewpoints

Courtney Lynch, June 20, 2016

Be Open to Other Viewpoints

Effective leaders maintain a sense of consistent openness to what is unknown to them. They are especially adept at doing this during times of challenge, change and trial. It’s easy to accept that it’s impossible… Read More


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3 Practices to Help Monday Feel Like Friday

Courtney Lynch, May 9, 2016

3 Practices to Help Monday Feel Like Friday

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… Read More


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Timeless Advice

Courtney Lynch, April 11, 2016

Timeless Advice

I am fortunate to have a mentor that I’ve known for ages. In high school she seemed incredibly glamorous and sophisticated. I recently saw her, and she’s still glamorous and sophisticated. Sandra is also incredibly… Read More


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