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Part II – Reality Check

Thoughtful and intentional leadership is essential to successfully guide teams through change. Last week we discussed the importance of creating context and communicating the change …

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brain fog

Is Your Brain Fog Covid Related or Change Related?

Lately we’ve been doing a lot of presentations for senior leaders on the topic of change leadership. They are recognizing …

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Confidence in Leadership

Twenty-two weeks have passed in 2021, and 30 remain.You have 30 weeks to make the most of your life and …

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Reevaluate Your Strategy

Strategy frameworks, well-executed, offer a roadmap to success. What is a strategy framework? A strategy framework structures thinking and decision-making. …

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changing your view

7 Ways to Change Your Life by Changing Your View and Making it New!

Your view defines your reality. How you relate to people, how you handle challenges, the choices you make, and how …

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Come What May!

At Brighton Leadership we’ve been in a season of intentional transition that has inspired a reimagining of our business. We’ve …

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Why Ask if You Don’t Listen?

Questions are the expressive, probing language for growing others; listening is the receptive, facilitating language for growing others. These two …

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facts about questions

4 Fascinating Facts About Questions

Why are questions so effective? Because they direct the recipient’s attention. What we pay attention to creates our thoughts. And …

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April is for Asking!

One of our core beliefs is that extraordinary leadership involves more asking than telling. Something we frequently remind people is …

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9 out of 10 Conversations Miss the Mark

Does that statistic surprise you? It shocked us the first time we heard it, but this was the conclusion reached …

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meaningful change

4 Ways to Inspire Meaningful Change

Leaders make change. Leaders have a large capacity for change. Leaders are ahead of the curve in their change process …

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meaningful culture

Meaningful Culture is Your Leadership Responsibility

Leaders are responsible for creating, maintaining (and sometimes destroying) culture. But what is culture, and where does it come from? …

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meaningful leadership

Do You Practice Meaningful Leadership?

We don’t need yet another “type” of leadership. The practice of meaningful leadership means that you are intentional about the …

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Meaningful March

In January we considered the importance of purpose, and February was about fueling our purpose by sharpening our focus. This …

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5 Focus Strategies to Maximize Your Potential

Focus is about where you put your attention and your time. In today’s overly distracted world where we get interrupted, …

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no your way to focus

6 Ways to “No” Your Way to Focus

No is not negative, it’s necessary. If you have a hard time saying no, you’re not alone. People struggle with …

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sharpening your focus

4 Strategies for Sharpening Your Focus

There is power in focus. As Oprah Winfrey says, “Energy is the essence of life. Every day you decide how …

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We spent January considering the importance of purpose. One of the benefits of a strong sense of purpose is that …

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personal purpose

A Powerful Personal Purpose

A foundational element of defining Your Leadership Voice is creating a powerful personal purpose or life purpose. Your life purpose …

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