How to replace suppression phrases with validation to improve communication “You’re getting upset over nothing.” That’s what my boss told me after a particularly difficult
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Good Judgment Empowers Leadership Teams — Here’s How to Use Information, Experience & Gut Feel when Making Decisions “You weren’t promoted for your technical skills.
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“Seek first to understand, then to be understood.” The classic advice in Steven Covey’s much-referenced guidebook to navigating worklife is widely applied to every stage
In leadership positions it’s inevitable that situations arise and provoke emotional reactions. Some emotions are low grade but others are like five-alarm fires. We are