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Leadership And The Troubles That Develop You

Nothing last forever – not even our troubles. – Arnold H. Glasow In Bits & Pieces, a story is shared about Somerset Maugham, the English writer who once wrote a

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Tap into your Team’s Natural Leadership: Here's How

    Tap into your Team’s Natural Leadership: Here's How

Have you ever watched a highly functioning department accomplish a goal or objective?   The secret ingredient I have noticed is that “natural leadership” is encouraged from every team member

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Accelerate your Career: 4-Eye’d Employee (pt 4)

    Accelerate your Career: 4-Eye’d Employee (pt 4)

What strategies will make YOU successful in business? A group of C-suite executives agreed that the key to a rising business career includes four main characteristics. They are described below

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Becoming Multi-Lingual Using The Breckenridge Enneagram

    Becoming Multi-Lingual Using The Breckenridge Enneagram

We live in the three-pound universe between our ears, but it’s surprising how little most people know about themselves. How we see the world develops from our earliest years as

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Evidence for Dichotomies, Whole Types, and Type Dynamics—A Brief Notice

    Evidence for Dichotomies, Whole Types, and Type Dynamics—A Brief Notice

Many people believe that psychological type consists of four pairs of opposing preferences. Learn the pairs and the behaviors associated with each one, and that’s all there is to it.

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Personality Type Lenses and Life Influences

    Personality Type Lenses and Life Influences

Since my introduction to type as a professional in 1992, knowledge about type has proven incredibly valuable in my home and work life. Using the multiple lenses of type (see

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Four Styles Of Communication

    Four Styles Of Communication

In the book Straight Talk: Turning Communication Upside Down for Strategic Results, Eric Douglas describes four different communication styles: the director, expresser, thinker and harmonizer. Each different style is based

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