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Leadership: Dealing with people 101

In my experience with coaching leadership teams for over 30 years, I continue to be surprised by how many leaders, both new and seasoned, put the cart before the horse when looking for results from their respective teams.

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Good advice to carpe diem

In interviewing individuals for our training programs, well over half tell us that handling stress and the pressures of daily life, both professionally and personally, is an area that they need to work on.

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Saying ‘NO’ can make good sense for good sanity

I was going to title this blog, “The fine art of saying NO.” Before I did, I went online and saw that this headline had already been done several times. Apparently, it’s a worthy subject.

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Choosing conversation over confrontation

Very sadly, it seems that the world is going in the wrong direction as it relates to finding common ground when parties disagree.

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Facing tough choices: Be the bug or the windshield

Life is an interesting thing. You wake up one morning full of positive energy, ready to take on the day. After a shower, shave, and a healthy breakfast, you’re out the door and on to that first meeting at work.

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Known for his Dale Carnegie training expertise, Terry Siebert is writing to inspire leaders to reach their greatest potential. Leadership, today more than ever, may mean the difference between closing the doors or opening new markets. Every month, he'll post help with mindset, business tools and more.

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