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Ariel Intermission: The Good Boss Model: PCIR

Without making a fuss Peg dropped a Nerf gun on Debra’s desk with a note: “If anyone at work, or any of your relatives gives you any crap, shoot them...

Three Perspectives: The Future of Leadership Development

Organizations that embrace shared leadership, a strong culture and creativity have a better shot at navigating the exciting and challenging times...

Behavior Change through Day-To-Day Learning

The purpose of any learning initiative is behavior change by the integration of new skills. This can only happen when four things are in place; a...

The Storytelling Equation

The facts are useful but not enough. The story is entertaining but not enough. Combine the two and you facilitate the transfer of knowledge between...

Preemptive Employee Engagement

People want to feel that they have a voice, that their work is appreciated and that their contribution has an impact. The fact is it’s not just about...

Influential Leaders: Closer than You Think

I learned two fundamental lessons from these men. First, people will follow you if you know who you are and what you stand for--not just by what you...

Tips for Creating a Safe and Inviting Workplace Environment

As an actor, I understand the necessity of a safe space in which to create and explore. This can be either well-established or not by my director. As...

A Question of Employee Engagement

"I'd like everyone in the room to answer one question: If money were no object, what would you be doing with your life right now?" Performer/Coach...

Presenting with Presence: Escape from Keyboard Jail

This recent coaching client was a seasoned presenter - with a real passion for his subject. But he was sabotaging himself: For this presentation, he...

Presenting with Presence: 5 Tips for Speaking Up in Group Situations

Paraphrase back to the group something someone else has said.
The result of this method is that it reinforces the key message you think is important...

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