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Millennials are AWESOME (and if you don’t think so, you aren’t using them correctly)

Each generation imagines itself to be more intelligent than the one that went before it, and wiser than the one that comes after it. (George Orwell) I’m happy to see that there has been a rash of articles recently defending Millennials.  … Continue reading

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Coaching: What it is and what it isn’t (Or how coaches kick a**)

Like many people, when I first heard about coaching, I thought I understood what it was.

Totally not so. Continue reading

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Coach?! Who has time for a coach?

Oh my. It’s true.  We throw all of our time and energy into the things in front of us.  We are busy, busy, busy, which makes us stressed, stressed, stressed. Why are we this busy?  And how healthy is all … Continue reading

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Firing your weakest link won’t help your team

    “Take a moment now to reflect on the performance of each team member. Think of the lowest-performing team member. By default, that person’s level of performance sets the standard for acceptable performance on your team–it’s the performance level … Continue reading

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