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Most companies today believe they are focused on their people above all else. And for some, this is true. But in reality, it's often not the case. "In essence, we have our priorities wrong," argues author Shawn Casemore. "We are...

The human brain is wired to seek reward and avoid pain and conflict--and change is associated with fear of an unknown future. POWER YOUR TRIBE delves deeply into the emotional undertow that often accompanies growth and change, so leaders can...

Most of us avoid conflict like crazy. But what if harnessing conflict was our best chance to build championship teams that produce greatness? However, there is a problem: Most people weren't trained in doing this nor were we provided good...

To succeed in business today your organization must create amazing results. In a world where people with opposing views on nearly every topic imaginable must come together and produce these results, it's not as easy as it sounds. Your employees...

I have been going over my old Christmas posts on my blog. It seems the right time of year to begin a review of the things I have written this year and the issues that have mattered to me. In … Continue reading →...

In a market where seasoned leaders will soon become scarce, shouldn't we all stop complaining and start leading the next generation of leaders? A recent survey of more than 270 business leaders were asked about working with millennials. Sixty percent...

How to read prospects and decode subconscious signals to get results and close the deal. Ordinary salespeople sell. Extraordinary sales professionals engage. Part of what sets them apart is their ability to understand body language, both their prospe...