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Leadership Nuggets: Acknowledge the Truth

Three things cannot be long hidden – the sun, the moon and the truth! – Buddha Have you had a time when someone – be it a colleague, direct report, supplier or friend who was not quite performing or was … Continue reading

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10 winning steps to having a courageous conversation

Do you have a difficult conversation “waiting in the wings” to be had with a colleague, direct report, manager,  spouse, friend and or family member?  Are you finding that merely thinking about this is activating a whole host of feelings, … Continue reading

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Leadership Courage – What does it mean to you?

What does the word courage mean to you?  The Concise Oxford Dictionary defines courage as – “the ability to disregard fear; bravery.   Having the courage of one’s convictions and acting on one’s beliefs.”  Over the centuries, courage has been regarded … Continue reading

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What stops you having that courageous conversation?

Whether you are in a leadership role or not, from time to time we all have to gear up and have those courageous conversations – the ones that we tend to avoid.  And therein lies the trouble.  The more we … Continue reading

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