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Physical Presence and Practice: STABILITY

Leadership is not just what you do; it is who you are. Think about all the roles you play during a day: manager, organizer, consoler, decider, mentor, etc. I remember one day as a high school principal. After a contentious meeting with some parents in my office, I headed toward the cafeteria to supervise lunch […]

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Emotional Health in Unsettled Times

As I look at daily news stories, I find much of what is going on around the world very unsettling. Most of what we see highlights tragedy, violence and uncertainty. I start to be excited about upcoming joyful events and interaction with people I love, and then I think about the indescribable suffering and loss […]

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Does uncertainty make you less productive?

Over the weekend, I had an opportunity to delve into Your Brain at Work by David Rock, and I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to use their brain more effectively and efficiently. The information is designed to help leaders function and interact with greater finesse, but I can see applications for people in […]

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A Thank-You 70 Years Later

It is usually quiet in my husband’s office between Christmas and New Years, so this year he and I decided to book a river cruise that included Paris and Normandy during that time. We made the reservations before the tragic events in Paris in November, and I have to admit feeling a little apprehensive. However, I would […]

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Holiday Leadership Mistakes

10 Holiday Mistakes of Leaders

It seems the holiday season is fully upon us, and that means it is time to think about how we spend our time, energy and money. It is also time to think about the climate we create in organizations we lead. If you have read my article on Holiday Leadership (Feed Their Bodies AND Their […]

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7 Surprising Benefits of Gratitude

We know the story of the Pilgrims and the bitter first winter in the new world. We recognize the part the very generous Native Americans played. We may give some thought to the reason for this important American holiday. If we are religious, we may see Thanksgiving as a privilege and a duty.

It turns out that a gratitude and thankfulness also have tremendous personal and professional benefits. Research on the presence or absence of gratitude suggests the following important returns on the gratitude investment:

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