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How to give effective feedback as leaders?

"Don't Pour Fine Wine in a Mug" Ever wonder why we enjoy wine in a wine glass? What do you think about drinking fine wine in a mug? Would a Chateau Lafite 1787 taste any different in a mug? Like drinking wine, context is vital in...

What’s the Buzz About Values?

What do you think of when you hear the word "values"? Morals? Ethics? Personal values? Corporate values? Something to be kept to yourself? Or projected in your actions? The fact is, whether you've thought about them or not, it is probably about time you did. Forward thinking companies...

Structured Mentoring Suite

Privileged to partner an institute of higher learning to launch its mentoring initiative. Both mentors and mentees were separately enabled to play their respective roles...

Be a “Change Navigator”

Be a "Change Navigator" - Change Leadership Change Leadership cannot be taught. It has to be experienced. Here were a group of leaders who are learning about leading change through self awareness (Change Style Indicator) and simulations (Paper Planes Inc.). The "Change Navigator" program seeks to address...

2 simple yet powerful ways to bring the best out of people

Collaboration and engagement are all the rage today in organizational leadership. All leaders, regardless of cultures and industries, recognize the importance of these competencies to their organizations’ successes. Much have been researched and written on these subject matters. While most of the literature out there...

Can You Trust Someone You Don’t Like

Can You Trust Someone You Don’t Like?  “…You like me, right now, you like me!”- Sally Fields, 1985 “I’m not concerned with your liking or disliking me. All I ask is that you respect me as a human being.”- Jackie Robinson, 1947 Can you trust someone you don’t...