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  • Mr. Myagi’s Lessons on Vulnerability

    About a year ago, I wrote about my quest to be FEARLESS! Did I achieve the fearlessness that I was seeking? Yes and no. In my pursuit of fearlessness, the universe instead provided several opportunities to be vulnerable. [Ha ha universe – not laughing!] Yes, we must be careful what we ask for. My greatest […]

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  • Self-Acceptance: A Foundation of Business Results

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    As crazy as it may sound self-acceptance has everything to do with business results. As leaders we are focused on the product, service or task that we are responsible for, both individually and with our teams. We place great care and attention on how to organize our processes, procedures, budgets and roles to make it all […]

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  • Recognition & Celebration Bring Power

    When was the last time you prepared for a conversation? My guess is that it was most likely a difficult conversation, where you may have had to provide some tough feedback. When was the last time you were intentional about planning for a conversation focused on recognition or celebration? Morag Barrett explains, in her book […]

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  • Trust: the foundation for an Ally Relationship

    During a recent keynote presentation the participant discussed one of the key themes from Cultivate: The Power of Winning Relationships – the ‘Four Yeses’, four critical questions that underpin every interaction, social and professional. The four questions are Can I count on you? Can I depend on you? Do I care about you? Do I trust […]

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  • Cultivate@Work: Why being Nice is bad for you

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    Welcome to the Cultivate@Work Weekly Roundup. We scour the Internet for stories and ideas of how people cultivate winning relationships at work and share them in this weekly summary. It’s perfect for anyone interested in applying the ideas and techniques from Cultivate. The Power of Winning Relationships by SkyeTeam CEO Morag Barrett.

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  • Ditch these 4 Things to Improve your Mindfulness

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    Mindfulness is one of the hot topics right now and has several different interpretations – most of them associated with being fully present and aware of the world around you. Adding on to this, I define it as having an intense focus on the present moment, which can only be developed when you set aside these […]

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  • Stop multitasking! Be present!

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    Earlier this month I had the opportunity to observe one of my Executive Coaching Clients in their “natural habitat’.  This is an invaluable opportunity to observe the leader working with their team and others.  It is an opportunity to provide immediate real-time feedback on their impact as compared to their intent. The meeting I observed […]

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  • How distrust destroys collaboration.

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    There probably isn’t an organization in the free world that doesn’t want its employees to play well with others. Everything becomes easier when people get along with one another. The work environment is positive, people are relaxed and happy, and as a result, they get more done. So why is it that creating a collaborative […]

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  • Wisdom From A Train Station…

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    Anchor points. I talk about this concept to just about anyone who will listen. Anchor points are those things in our lives that make things “normal.” We all have them, for me it’s things like the layout of the grocery store, the smell of rain on pavement, anticipating the opening riff to “The Four Horsemen” […]

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  • Leadership and Presence

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    When I am working with leaders in our programs there are four questions that I ask them to reflect upon that start the journey to leadership excellence. “How do people feel in your presence?”  Do they feel excited, calm, toxic, scared, nervous, empowered, shut down, happy, negative, cared for, dismissed, etc.? “How do you want people […]

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