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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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Turning Personality Conversations into Performance Conversations

Sean Lynch, September 19, 2016

Turning Personality Conversations into Performance Conversations

When people don’t perform to expectations, it can be frustrating. In our frustration, it can be tempting to attribute poor performance to personalities. It’s because they are [they don’t] [they can’t] [they won’t] _____________! If… Read More


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When to say “When”

Angie Morgan, February 29, 2016

When to say "When"

“My mom didn’t raise a quitter” was my mantra. I’d repeat that phrase whenever I felt like enough was enough, or when things got difficult and I wanted to bail. Quitting, at least the idea… Read More


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Not all Models are Perfect 10s 

Angie Morgan, February 5, 2016

We’ve been surrounded by models our whole life – role models, that is. Some have been great! They’ve inspired us to develop leadership behaviors because they’ve set such a positive example. Some of them have… Read More


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Don’t Have a Bored Meeting

Angie Morgan, November 30, 2015

Don't Have a Bored Meeting

I was packing for a business trip recently when my son, Judge, asked, “Where are you going this time?” “Phoenix,” I said. “I have to go to a Board Meeting.” “What’s a bored meeting?” He… Read More


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Do You Communicate or Assume?

Sean Lynch, November 2, 2015

Do You Communicate or Assume?

During my time inside a wide range of client organizations, I’ve noticed a recurring theme: Team leaders could be better at communicating intent and performance expectations. Many workplaces operate on a combination of partially communicated… Read More


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4 Leadership Principles to Bring Out the Best in Others

Sean Lynch, October 12, 2015

4 Leadership Principles to Bring out the Best in Others

Do you know people who don’t seem to do their best, or are not engaged at work? Do you blame them, or some stereotype? Maybe it’s not them. Maybe it’s you…or your organization. Most people… Read More


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The True Cost of Tardiness

Angie Morgan, September 29, 2015

The True Cost of Tardiness

Leaders have a healthy respect for everyone’s most precious resource – their time. How often do you run late for meetings or appointments, or outright cancel on others thinking it’s okay and they will understand?… Read More


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