Tag: teams

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January – 2020 Monthly Leadership Session with Aaron Williams

January – 2020 Monthly Leadership Session with Aaron Williams Aaron Williams is the Mill Creek NG3 School Director; a student athletic organization whose primary goals are to serve and lead student athletes through character development discussions, devotionals, and student mentorship. Aaron leads the charge in reaching out to up-and-coming athletes to help them become the best […]

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September – 2019 Monthly Leadership Session with Josh Levine

September – 2019 Monthly Leadership Session with Josh Levine UPDATE: NEW GREAT MONDAYS GIVEAWAY CONTEST! Josh Levine is an educator, designer, and best-selling author, but above all, he is on a mission to help organizations design a culture advantage. His new book Great Mondays: How to Design a Company Culture Employees Love, is a must […]

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June – 2019 Monthly Leadership Session with Ryan C. Bailey

June – 2019 Monthly Leadership Session with Ryan C. Bailey Ryan C. Bailey is the President & CEO of Ryan C. Bailey and Associates, an Atlanta-based organizational effectiveness firm. With clients all over the world Ryan challenges and equips leaders of all levels to create and sustain high performing teams. What’s holding you back from […]

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June – 2018 Monthly Leadership Session – How To Lead Through Change

June – 2018 Monthly Leadership Session – How To Lead Through Change The only thing that is constant is change. Heraclitus of Ephesus said that over 2,000 years ago and it still rings true today. If you’re not going through change – you will. The question isn’t if but when. And the bigger question isn’t how […]

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Interview with Justin Lathrop on How High Capacity Individuals Can Become High Capacity Leaders

Interview with Justin Lathrop on How High Capacity Individuals Can Become High Capacity Leaders Everyone has potential but not everyone uses their potential. What is the difference between those who can and those who do? You need more than potential to make an impact. You need action. You need movement. To make a difference we […]

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Side By Side with Mandi Sjostrom on Leading

Side By Side with Mandi Sjostrom on Leading Before the Title Some of the best leaders in an organization don’t have a fancy title. They lead right from where they are and effect change throughout the entire organization. What does it take to lead before you become a leader? How do you lead from within the […]

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Side By Side with Chad Price on Inspiration

Side By Side with Chad Price on Inspiration vs. Intimidation Everyone has goals, everyone has deadlines. Some people get them done by inspiring those around them while others use brute force. There’s a way that draws people to you but few take it. Many opt for “You, do this…” instead of the “Let’s do this together…” How […]

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Side By Side with Stephen Hataway on Transitions

Side By Side with Stephen Hataway on Transitions What happens when you’re asked to do something new? There’s a lot to learn about the new job and the new you. Are you ready for change? Are you ready to grow? What do you need to know about transition? Let’s talk about it.

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Interview with John Brown on How to Recover from Failure

Interview with John Brown on How to Recover from Failure There are countless books and blogs about how to succeed. We have no shortage of people ready to tell us what it takes to be the best at what we do. But what happens when we miss the mark? What happens when we don’t accomplish the […]

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September – 2017 Monthly Leadership Session – That Which Unites Us

September – 2017 Monthly Leadership Session – That Which Unites Us In his 1952 remarks after losing the Presidential election to Dwight D. Eisenhower, Adlai Stevenson gave what became known as the “granddaddy of all concession speeches.” He said, “That which unites us as American citizens is far greater than that which divides us as political parties.” […]

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Side By Side with Maureen Kornowa on Teams

Side By Side with Maureen Kornowa on What We Want Our Teams To Know As leaders, we make constant and often quick decisions. What keeps us going is knowing we have the trust and support of those we lead. But most leaders never take the time to turn around and explain the why behind the what […]

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5 Ways to Build A Winning Team

Some teams are good but some teams are great. Some teams work hard to get the job done and some win with a mesmerizing ease. What’s the difference in a group of people and a winning team? How do we get on one – better yet – how do we build one? What tools do […]

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Side By Side with Mike Kaupe on the Case for Managers

Side By Side with Mike Kaupe on the Case for Managers We’ve all heard it… “I’m looking for leaders, not managers. Managers just maintain but leaders bring growth!” Basically, leaders are good & managers are bad. There has been a full on war on management in the name of leadership, but how accurate is it? Are managers really […]

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Side By Side with Alysha McCree on Staying

Side By Side with Alysha McCree on Staying When Others Leave If you think building teams is difficult try keeping them. What do you do when team members, co-workers, or people you counted on to be there are suddenly gone? How do you find the motivation to continue on? What do you tell those around you, your […]

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Side By Side with Mark Hirschman on Follow Up

Side By Side with Mark Hirschman on Follow Up Whether you’re a church or a business, building a small group or a personal brand; it’s not just reaching your clients or audience but reaching back out to them. Anyone can have a customer once, anyone can have a visitor once but are you doing what it takes […]

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