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Pause for Decision Making

Pause for Decision Making

We will pause this week from continuing our Mission Vision Values conversation thread to look back at leading through IT Decisions, focusing on the decisions involving and impacting people.    We first discussed IT Decision making in the February 6th article: ...

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Designing Your Leadership Vision

Designing Your Leadership Vision

Last week we talked about leading yourself and designing your leadership vision. This week we will focus on leading your team starting with defining your organization’s vision and mission. A leadership vision is articulating what you want for your organization, your...

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Leading Yourself First

Leading Yourself First

Do you know yourself, really know yourself?    It isn’t good enough to see yourself through your own filters. How do others see you? How do you know? When was your last 360 feedback? How open are you to feedback?     Are you present in the moment?     When you...

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Secrets of Communicating as a Leader

Secrets of Communicating as a Leader

It may be obvious, but I must say it anyway:  LEADERSHIP COMMUNICATION BEGINS WITH YOU.     The word "leadership" can suggest a variety of images. For example:  A political leader, pursuing a passionate, personal cause. An explorer, cutting a path through the jungle...

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Finding my Why

Finding my Why

I need to tell you a story. It is an integral part of my story about how coaching supported me on my journey towards becoming an IT Executive Coach. It is also a story about the power of partnership and trust in another. For those who have followed my articles, you...

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The Day the World Took Notice

The Day the World Took Notice

September 11, 2001, the day the world stopped to watch in horror as the World Trade Center’s two iconic towers came tumbling down. The day the largest and most influential country’s military headquarters, the Pentagon, was attacked by a single suicide attack plane....

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