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    • 29 Jun

      Tips for Making Good Decisions

      Last month, President Trump announced that his administration is going to pull the United States out of the Paris climate agreement. It was certainly a bold decision, for while many in the United States applauded it, many other Americans and governments throughout the international community objected. As is often the case with decisions of this magnitude, the efficacy of this decision may not be known or understood for a number of years. ...Read More

    • 21 Jun

      12 Principles of Personal Leadership: Principle 7—A Life in Balance

      Personal leadership includes an understanding of a balanced approach in all areas of life. Your personal resources are limited and valuable. In order to achieve the things you want and maintain them, you must effectively manage your time to balance both your needs and your responsibilities. In order to accomplish this, it is important to make a concerted effort to minimize stress and participate in enjoyable and refreshing diversions daily, weekly, and annually.  ...Read More

    • 05 Jun

      The Danger of Gossip Within an Organization

      Gossip is commonly defined as rumor or talk of a personal, intimate, or sensational nature. Whether or not the gossip is true, it is often toxic, spreading faster than a virus in a kindergarten classroom. Not only does gossip bring down morale, it affects the culture of the organization. Often, those who habitually engage in gossip are passionate about what they are saying but lack the solutions or the power to make positive change happen.  ...Read More

    • 05 Jun

      How to Properly Use Authority

      Misusing power is a surefire way to alienate others and stunt the growth potential of individuals and organizations. With authority comes both power and responsibility-find out how to use your authority to effectively lead others... ...Read More