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Overcoming Burnout in Virtual Times

Overcoming Burnout in Virtual Times

When I commented in Psychology Today last year about a cause of burnout I commonly saw with my coaching clients, I could never have imagined this new kind of burnout we are all feeling. It's old news at this point that the world transitioned to virtual meetings in the...

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Advice for the class of 2020 from a fellow recession graduate

Advice for the class of 2020 from a fellow recession graduate

"[Opportunity] has a sly habit of slipping in by the back door, and often it comes disguised in the form of misfortune, or temporary defeat.” Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill I recently received a message this week from a member of the class of 2020 at a local...

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5 Essential Reads for New and Aspiring Managers

5 Essential Reads for New and Aspiring Managers

I often get the question "what are the best new manager books to read?" so I figured I would post them all on this blog so that I can save us all some time and refer people to this link. 🙂 Please note that all links are affiliate links and that none of these authors...

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New Year, New Brand: How to know when it’s time for a revamp

New Year, New Brand: How to know when it’s time for a revamp

This time of year, we are inundated with messages about new year's resolutions. If it's time to start a new diet, get in shape, call that loved one, or reset in other ways... by all means, please do so. But is there one important one you might not have considered? I'm...

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What the Myers-Briggs Teaches Us about Communication

What the Myers-Briggs Teaches Us about Communication

Have you ever been frustrated at someone's lack of attention to detail, or to the big picture? Do you sometimes feel like you and the other person are speaking different "languages" when you're trying to communicate? The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®, or MBTI®, has...

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Tips for Navigating Conflict

Tips for Navigating Conflict

Ah, conflict - we deal with it every day. But what if we could make it productive and helpful? I believe the key is in the "art" of how we navigate the conflict. If we just attack the other person, it will not be helpful for anybody. If, however, we use certain...

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