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Written By: Kari Mirabal

Leaders: Inspire and Develop Others | 2 Lessons

Great leadership often means helping others arrive at solutions – in other words – not telling them what to do but rather, guiding them towards positive solutions.  This approach is sometimes referred to as “Socratic coaching” (coaching strategies inspired by the Greek philosopher Socrates) where successful outcomes…
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Written By: Kari Mirabal

7 Secrets to Managing “Intergenerational Productivity” (X-Y-Z Generations)

How do you authentically reach the Millennial generation? Today’s smart leaders know that leading an XYZ organization, cultures created on the principles of the Millennial generation to foster productivity and teamwork among multiple generations working together under one roof, can help them drive success.  If XYZ organizations have an “it”…
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Written By: Kari Mirabal

Constraints Aren’t Obstacles – See Them as Inspiration

A constraint is a limitation that can affect a leader’s ability to act.  However, when approached with a different perspective, these same constraints offer “gifts” because they have the potential to broaden your thinking and open your potential.  In other words, constraints are great liberators of new possibilities.  When…
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Written By: Kari Mirabal

Leaders: Leverage Insights from Neuroscience & Positive Psychology

  Did you know the human brain is naturally wired to resist change?  Some leadership experts even contribute the human brain’s resistance to change as one cause for organizational failure.  Breakthroughs in neuroscience are revealing more about what motivates people and how leaders can leverage emotional intelligence for better…
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Written By: Kari Mirabal

Leaders: 5 Types of “Must Have” Networks

Serving others as “The Connection Coach” means consulting professionals on the art of networking smart. Knowing how to plan, connect and grow mutually beneficial relationships holds many benefits for today’s thought leaders. You probably already know that having a vast network of resources to lean on can help…
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