Win in the turns

In auto racing, there’s an expression that drivers win races in the turns. When drivers hit turns, the unexpected can occur, people make mistakes, and a racer can gain an advantage or fall behind. Like race car drivers, you and your team can win in the turns. While many leaders seek stability and try to…

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Episode 127: Tap into the Success Factor with Dr. Ruth Gotian

Do you know how to develop a mindset and skillset for peak performance? Ruth Gotian does. Ruth Gotian is a leadership coach, keynote speaker, educator, and social scientist who researches the most successful people in order to learn about their mindsets and practices. She serves as the Chief Learning Officer and is Assistant Professor of…

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Worksheet: Conduct a TIP Interview

Here’s your chance as a leader to consider how connected you are to those you lead. Ask yourself: – Do you know their stories? – Do you understand their passions? – How familiar are you with what interests them? – Can you explain what they want to do in their life? – What impact do…

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Be a Raving Fan Tool

This week’s tool is designed to help you to think about the fans in your life, those people who cheer for you, those who have your back and encourage you. Think about the fans in your life and your work and how those fans, by their actions, make you feel. Then consider how those feelings…

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Level Up Your Leadership Tool

Great leaders look at people and see an unlimited potential within them and work to help to bring that potential into the world. I’ve been fortunate to have leaders like this in my life, and I hope that you have as well. If you have yet to find a leader who helps you reach your…

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Delivering Results Tool

This week, we’ve created a tool and video to help you learn from ‘The Tragedy of Leadership’ by examining past results to determine what proactive moves you could have taken to lessen a negative impact. Moreover, you can use the tool to consider the results you hope to achieve in the future, explore what might…

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Managing Stress: The Power of the Plimsoll Line

In 1880, Samuel Plimsoll set out to fix the problem of too many freight ships sinking at sea. He recommended a bill to the UK Parliament requiring that a line be drawn around a ship’s hull. As the cargo was loaded onto a ship, the increased weight would cause the ship to become further submerged…

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How to Make a Dent in the Universe: Tool

I bet I can make a few assumptions about you: You want your work to matter You want to make a difference You want those who work with you to be better because of your presence You want to get better along the way Essentially, you to make a dent in the universe (or at…

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