Clarity

In the majority of the personal development material I’ve studied, the emphasis on clarity comes back again and again.

How To Help Your Employees Overcome Fear and Share More Ideas

When people spend their courage reserves just getting past the bad stuff, there’s no energy left for the courage your business needs most—creative problem solving and micro-innovation.

Leading with Humanity

I am writing this because I want to encourage other leaders to allow these moments of vulnerability in their organizations and hope that other teams will be open to sharing their truth as our team did.

How to Get the Best out of Your Imperfect Co-Workers

If you are taking responsibility for team results, you have to begin by taking the initiative to look further down the path your team is on.

13 Components of an Effective Leadership Philosophy

As a leader (and most people are leaders in one way or another) you lead by a set of principles that you may not have thought through intentionally.

Effective Change Engages, Informs, and Involves Everyone

What’s the most effective change initiative you’ve experienced in your career? What did leaders do to engage, inform, and involve you?

Information Governance Insights: FAQ – Cybersecurity

Information Governance Insights: FAQ – Cybersecurity

If you’ve been working in the Information Governance field for a while there are certain questions that continue to pop up. Some you will have a standard answer for and some that will change over time as technology or best practices evolve. In this article I would like to continue the series and give you another question and how I answer it so you can be ready for them as well.

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Starting in the Middle

Starting in the Middle

Have you ever been invited to a meeting only to find out the other invitees have met multiple times before? Have you ever been asked to provide your input on a project after a lot of time an effort has already been spent on it by others? Have you ever started one project only to realize multiple prerequisite projects must be completed first?

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How to Write a Resume for a 9-1-1 Dispatcher Position

How to Write a Resume for a 9-1-1 Dispatcher Position

With average salaries ranging from the mid-thirty thousand to the high 50s across the 50 states, and no need for a college degree or specialized diploma, working as a dispatcher can be an attractive career option if you are interested in public safety and have strong communications skills. Demand for 9-1-1 dispatchers, also called public safety communicators, is expected to increase by eight percent through 2016.

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Do You Want To Be More Assertive? Here’s How

Do You Want To Be More Assertive? Here’s How

Typically, my coaching clients want help with career direction or progression, to get a job, or to improve their current job performance. Usually, they present with self-doubt. Scratching the surface and their challenge is often about being assertive. This post looks at how to be assertive in five different job- and career-related scenarios. Also, we look at the common factors, so you can up your game and increase your chances of success.

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Relationships Matter!

Relationships Matter!

The 4th of July is Independence Day in the United States of America. Having experienced the celebrations first hand on July 4, 2014, in Washington DC, it would be fair to say that it was more than a celebration of Independence. It was also a celebration of culture, of beliefs and of values.

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