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Dealing With a Workplace Bully? Read This…
By: Nancy Lewis

Living As A Leader co-founder Nancy Lewis shares tips on how leaders can prevent and stop bullying from occurring in the workplace. Keep reading for a free six-step guide to communicating with difficult employees. Read More

Twelve Reasons Your Employees May Be Leaving
By: Aleta Norris

Aleta Norris shares twelve of the most common reasons employees start looking for another job and what it takes to keep good employees from leaving. Read More

Change Your Success – Gratitude Paradigm
By: Rick Piraino

As author Shawn Achor stated in his TED talk, “If happiness is on the opposite side of success, your brain never gets there. We've pushed happiness over the cognitive horizon, as a society. And that's because we think we have to be successful, then we'll be happier." This week we look at a paradigm shift that brings happiness before achievement, leading to measurably greater success. Read More

Every Leader Needs Feedback (Including YOU): 4 Reasons and 6 Tips
By: John Rutkiewicz

Without feedback, you can’t fully know the impact you’re having on those you lead. You can’t know whether your actions, behaviors and “leadership style” are hitting the mark and resonating with your people, so they’re positioned to give you their best. And what’s scariest of all, without feedback, your tendency will be to think everything is just fine. But you might be fooling yourself. Read More

5 Keys to Creating a Positive Culture in Your Family-Owned Business
By: Patrice McGuire

Family dynamics and a lack of intentional planning around succession pose unique challenges for family-owned businesses. Here are 5 keys to improving culture for the benefit of your employees and your family's legacy. Read More

The Parent Coach as Leader: Setting Clear Expectations for Kids and Parents
By: Aleta Norris

Like many of you, I was blessed with a seven-year pseudo career as a parent soccer coach from 1997 – 2004. I remember, frequently, turning to an assistant coach or reaching out to a player with the comment, “Remember, we’re not going to do that.” I paid as much attention to conduct and behavior as I did to skill and finesse. Read More

Confrontation Versus Coaching
By: Rick Piraino

It’s easy to confuse coaching with confronting an employee, but not knowing the crucial differences can damage feelings, morale and productivity, and ultimately, cause valuable people to leave your organization. (Includes Bonus Infographic) Read More

Leadership is Simple but Not Easy
By: John Rutkiewicz

Continuing on from “The Two Oars of Leadership,” John explains how to practice the balance between focusing on people and results. Read More

The Two Oars of Leadership
By: John Rutkiewicz

In part one of a two-part series, Leadership Coach and Facilitator John Rutkiewicz lays out a blended, balanced approach to leadership that marries the needs of your team with your need for business results. Read More

Rotate the Bald Tire
By: Patrice McGuire

In this week’s post, Rotate the Bald Tire, we discuss how negative, toxic employees can do a lot of damage to your company and we provide a path to handle these challenging coworkers. Read More

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