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The Currency of Success - Interpersonal Intelligence™

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Enhancing Executive Effectiveness & Leading Through Change

It’s a commonly held but mistaken belief that the best way to grow as an executive or business person is to “develop” your weaker attributes or “weaknesses.” …. continue reading my article in President & CEO magazine: >Click here to read article Leading Through Change “Whosoever desires constant success must change his conduct with the Read More >

Recalibrating Your Business for the Post Recession Era

So your company has survived the economic downturn… so far. Chances are you’ve accomplished that through various coping mechanisms, cut-backs and resource reallocations. Congratulations! If the economy is indeed showing signs of looking up, what do you need to do in order to get ready for the exciting growth stages? Many companies have made extreme Read More >

Winning with Change Leadership & Action Learning!

Are successful leaders going to excel, regardless of the times in which they lead? Some may say yes. Afterall, Jack Welch lead General Electric through both solid and turbulent times, right? But hold on a moment. In the last two years, we have seen countless top executives stumped (and many of them have later failed) Read More >

Implementing Change and Motivating Employees to Learn

Your Ticket to the Change Train Implementing change on an organizational level can feel insurmountable. As a matter of fact, the more successful companies become, the more difficult it is for them to change. Of course, the business ideologies that have driven organizations to success over time often contain specific ideas about organizational structure, performance Read More >

Driving Change & Leverage Stress for Success!

The Shortcut to Driving Change How do organizations typically roll out major changes to their employees? They typically start by enlisting the power of persuasion. Most of you have either attended or presented a “Change Speech” at some point. They are meant to be persuasive, inspirational, and help the company “press the reset button,” right? Read More >

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