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What is Your Team’s Purpose?

Recently we were coaching a leadership team and one of the team members said, “I don’t think we all have the same understanding of what …

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strategies of successful leaders

Strategies of Successful Leaders

Over the last few weeks we recorded a series of videos addressing leadership challenges identified by members of the group …

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small changes

Win Every Time With S3 Change

Have you ever tried to hide from change? Unfortunately, denial is not a successful strategy for winning in life or …

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unfog your future into focus

How to Un-Fog Your Future into Focus

Whether you are setting strategy for your business or for your life, it’s critical to get free of the fog …

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conflict

4 Ways to Prevent a Conflict Catastrophe

Conflict, misunderstandings, disagreements: these are all a part of working with people who are different than we are. Why can’t …

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change hangover

3 Ways to Conquer a Change Hangover

Given the current state of the world rapid, relentless change has become a way of life. Change saturation is at …

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lazy leadership

5 Lazy Leadership Practices

There are five leadership practices we have observed that reduce motivation and engagement in teams, decrease creativity and innovation and …

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lead with purpose

3 Ways to Lead With Purpose

We are celebrating Freedom week in honor of the Rebel Leader Community launch. You are free to lead with purpose …

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fresh start

3 Facets of a Fresh Start

Do you need a fresh start? For us 2020 started off with a bang…and then everything changed. Rather than bemoan …

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thriving

3 Strategies for Thriving

Over the last few months, we have been doing a lot of virtual presentations. One of the topics that has …

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man not listening

7 Deadly Sins of Listening

How do you define listening?    Listening is an active mental process where we extract information from sound. Unfortunately, most …

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A curious leader

The Case for Curious Leadership

Nothing new comes from the status quo. There is no new awareness, no problem solving, no value creation, no innovation …

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Leaving the Pack

Defy the Leadership Default

Have you observed the lack of effective leadership in the United States? Rather than uniting us with a positive, powerful …

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Celebrate Success

Time for a Mental Reset?

We are working through the process of a mental reset by getting clear on what matters most to us, right …

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build trust

10 Tips for Building Trust

During times of change, it’s essential to repeat a message over and over. Most people do not fully understand, accept …

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forward action

5 Facets of Forward Action

There will never be a “new normal.” What was normal before COVID 19? Why do we want a new one? …

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zoom meetings

Are You Becoming a Zoombie?

After too many video chats on Zoom, it is easy to feel a little overstimulated. Communicating via video means staring …

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isolation

Advice from Antarctica

It’s helpful to learn from other’s experience. We recently read a useful list of insights by the six-person team currently …

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Hello, it’s Blursday

Have you heard this greeting being used lately? It represents the current challenge of boundaryless days where one day merges …

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