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Intention vs Impact

Ben Whiting, October 22, 2018

Intention vs Impact

Until the incident, life was great. I was on top of my game with my career, was the proud owner of my first dog, and to top it all off I had just married the… Read More


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The Big, Annoying “But”

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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Not the Loudest Person in the Room?

Angie Morgan, July 30, 2018

Not the Loudest Person in the Room?

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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Overcoming Obstacles Feat. Marsh Carter

Angie Morgan, February 19, 2018

Overcoming Obstacles feat. Marsh Carter

How are you able to be resilient in the face of significant rejection?   I wondered that after hearing that Vietnam Veteran Marsh Carter applied to over 80 companies after he left the Marine Corps… Read More


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The Importance of Alignment feat. George Labovitz

Doug Swanson, January 22, 2018

The Importance of Alignment feat. George Labovitz

Have you ever had the feeling that you were living in a different world than the rest of your company or organization? Perhaps it felt like the right hand didn’t know what the left hand… Read More


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How to Be a High-Stakes Leader

Morag Barrett, December 4, 2017

How to be a High-Stakes Leader

If asked what separates great leaders from poor leaders, you could likely identify a long list of characteristics. It can be more challenging, however, to differentiate between good and great leaders.   When things are… Read More


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The Skill of Storytelling Featuring Doug Stanton

Angie Morgan, October 30, 2017

The Skill of Storytelling Featuring Doug Stanton

A good story motivates, moves, and calls to action. Storytelling, in fact, is a powerful business skill. Whereas facts and data are easily forgotten, a story captures the imagination and is remembered for years to… Read More


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The Decision Makeover with Guest Mike Whitaker

Patrick Nelson, October 9, 2017

The Decision Makeover

If I asked you what successful people do that separates them from others, you would probably come up with a few reasons. Arguably, one of the most important is their ability to consistently make good… Read More


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