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Career Angles
When you think of your own organization and the people you work with, what is it like there?
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When I think of “going back,” I think of reviewing some episode or history in life that is painful.
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Excuses are often used to assign blame to someone else for your own failures.
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As we go through life and our careers accumulating hurts, stuff and solace, we will rarely let go of anything.
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So often, people confuse leadership and management. Here, I offer the simple formula a former US President used to get more done.
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When you go to the store to buy detergent, have you ever picked up the box or container, looked at the list of ingredients and said to yourself, “Gee, I think the interrelationship of the chemicals in this detergent will make my laundry cleaner then this other one.” Of course, not. You make the decision...
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There are people who will try to take advantage of you professionally (and personally).
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To describe oneself as an overachiever, you have to accept someone else’s expectations for you as having been accurate.
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A senior manager I coach contacted me for support with regard to a situation with a subordinate who is challenging his review of her performance. Although he reviewed her to a level that was obviously “above average,” she wanted more. HR thought his review was fair. She wants more. One of the issues is that...
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