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Make fear your friend

Make fear your friend

Economic uncertainty. Health concerns. Isolation. There are plenty of things to fear in the midst of a pandemic. How can fear hurt your leadership? Can fear be transformed into an amplifier for...

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Overcome implicit bias

Overcome implicit bias

The United States (and much of the world) is engaged in a profound re-examination of race, racism and the systemic bias that has largely been deemed "not a big deal" by many white people and...

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Bottle your 2020 secret sauce

Bottle your 2020 secret sauce

For many people, 2020 brought challenges that were unprecedented and relentless. The global pandemic, economic, educational and health inequalities, police brutality and political upheaval created a...

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Ending a year like 2020

Ending a year like 2020

It can be argued that 2020 was an exceptional year - bringing much uncertainty, chaos, concern and even grief. How does one mark the end such a year and begin anew in 2021? The host of the podcast...

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Staying hopeful

Staying hopeful

Hope can be hard to find (or keep) during challenging, unpredictable times. Understanding the components of hope helps us see and believe in the light at the end of the tunnel. Goals - Have a...

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Being an ally

Being an ally

Ever been in a conversation or situation when a racist remark or joke was shared which hit you in your gut, so you felt the need to say something...but couldn’t? Maybe it felt risky, and the right...

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Your “to-don’t” list

Your “to-don’t” list

We've often given advice not only to focus on what you will do to meet your goals, but also decide what NOT to do. This advice becomes concrete and easy to do using the methods described in Harvard...

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Keep your positive mojo

Keep your positive mojo

I thought I was pretty immune to secondhand stress. Then came the coronavirus and massive change, economic pressure and working remotely. A Management Tip of the Day from Harvard Business Review...

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