4 Ways to Make Difficult Conversations Easier

About Steve Farber Steve Farber was named by Huffington Post as the “#1 Business Speaker to See.” Listed as one of Inc.’s global “Top 50 Leadership and Management Experts” – Farber is a leadership pioneer, strategist, keynote speaker and best-selling author on extreme leadership and business management. His expertise is in creating organizational cultures where leadership is not…

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Use These 7 Ways to Empower a Culture of Learning

About Dr. Britt Andreatta Dr. Britt Andreatta is an internationally recognized thought leader in leadership and learning. Drawing on her unique background in leadership, neuroscience, psychology, education, and the human sciences, she has a profound understanding of how to unlock the best in people, helping organizations rise to their potential. As…

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7 Questions Leaders Should Ask Themselves

About John Mattone John Mattone is widely acknowledged as one the world’s leading authorities on leadership, talent and culture. He advises Fortune 1000 CEO’s and senior leadership teams on how to create and sustain a leadership and talent culture that drives superior operating results. Generally, leaders are supposed to…

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The 3 Secret E’s of Great Conversation

About Ty Bennett Ty Bennett is the founder of Leadership Inc., a speaking and training company with a mission to improve communications and empower individuals and organizations to challenge their status quo, cultivate exceptional relationships, and compete in extraordinary ways. He has worked with over 500 leaders, in over 37 countries, to help…

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Ask 3 Questions to Avoid Sending Mixed Messages

About Jason Barger Jason V. Barger is a globally celebrated keynote speaker, leadership coach and author of Thermostat Cultures, Step Back from the Baggage Claim and ReMember. He is founder of Step Back Leadership Consulting, a Columbus-based company that works with businesses and organizations worldwide.  Have you ever driven…

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13 Ways We Justify, Rationalize, or Ignore Negative Feedback

About Peter Bregman: Peter Bregman is CEO of Bregman Partners, Inc., a firm which advises, coaches, and develops leaders at all levels to take powerful and ambitious actions to achieve the things that are most important to them and their organizations.  His most recent book is Four Seconds: All the Time You Need…

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5 Scientifically Proven Ways to Be Happier at Work

About Nataly Kogan Nataly Kogan, a successful entrepreneur and venture capitalist, found that after reaching the highest levels of corporate America, she still wasn’t happy. Nataly came to the United States as a refugee from Russia when she was 13 and overcame significant obstacles on her way to…

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5 Ways to Bring Your Whole Self to Work

About Mike Robbins As an expert in teamwork, leadership, and emotional intelligence, Mike Robbins delivers keynotes and seminars that empower people, teams, and organizations to work together effectively and be more successful. He has inspired tens of thousands of people around the world to reach new levels of awareness…

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Two Factors That Drive Global Engagement

About Marcus Buckingham In a workplace ruled by efficiency and competency, where do personal strengths fit in? Marcus Buckingham has dedicated his career to addressing this complex issue. Using his nearly two decades of experience as a Senior Researcher at Gallup Organization, he has challenged entrenched preconceptions about achievement…

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6 Ways to Turn Managers into Coaches Again

About Keith Ferrazzi Keith Ferrazzi is a charismatic and inspiring speaker, and also a renowned thought leader on changemanagement and behavior engineering, and is in constant demand as a coach to C-Suite executives at some of the world’s largest organizations. Keith works toward inspiring teams to jump start organizational change. The…

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