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Give the Gift of You: One-on-one feedback conversations

After all of my years as an Executive Coach, I continue to be surprised that some leaders withhold the gift of feedback, or at least put it off until it’s too late. Feedback, in the form of one-on-one conversations, builds relationships and improves performance—and it is the key to Resonant Relationships. So why the resistance? Continue reading

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2011 Spring Trends for Leaders: Polka Dots = Power Spots

Dr. Salacia contends leaders can be 23% more effective if they just stop spending so much time getting feedback on things that don’t really matter. “Forget about competency models,” says Dr. Salacia. “This season’s leader is all about polka-dots (power spots) and long jackets!” Continue reading

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