Insights into Cultural Understanding

And Being Positively Powerful

Making Choices

Being rigorous or mindful about our choices does not take away our spontaneity. The spontaneity comes from how we “actualize” them.

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Who will be this year’s Positively Powerful Women? One may be your nominee.

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For Smart Businesses, Language Is Never A Problem

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“Rudeness is the weak man’s (or woman’s) imitation of strength.” Eric Hoffer

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Is rudeness a strength? We don’t think so.

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Is equity for women a fantasy? Does gender equality mean win-lose?

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Diversity, is about the ingredients

Diversity, as we are using here is ultimately about people and not demographics. It is about what we can learn and teach each other that may result in our solving together, issues that we all face.

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Modeling Leadership? There is no Blueprint

Don’t get stuck mimicking or modeling style, it is not what has us do great things. There is no magic in the style of leadership, and following a set of numbers (15 keys to?) is not a blueprint for anyone’s success.

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What’s the difference? Cultures, honored or tolerated?

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A Belief: Something that we hold to be true and act as though it is true. The core precepts and principles out of which we view the world.

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How great coaching can support you in finding the healing power of beliefs.

Beliefs are part of a system of thoughts that go on and on. It’s difficult to break this cycle from the inside because it’s so automatic.

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When you ask I will think and say, “Yes, of course”.

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Think “Yes” first. This how you create opportunity.

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Get there if you can…or you will miss out on one of the most educational & extraordinary conferences ever.

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Included in your branding are things that can’t be seen – the ways that people feel around you, the way your core values show up in your behaviors.

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Your Personal Brand, does it attract or distract?

Your personal brand is what your peers think of you when they hear your name. And it is also what those you most want to influence and make a difference with say about you when you are not in the room. On what side of the decision is your name mentioned? Can do or can’t do the job.

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