May
11

Specific Strategies for Applying ‘The Rule of Thirds’   

In a previous blog, we outlined LEADon®’s principle called The Rule of Thirds which details the three cohorts all leaders interact with in their personal and professional lives. This means that everyone who leads others will always have individuals who fall into one of these three categories:  Fans – people who strongly support you and […]

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Feb
07

Why Madden Mattered

At the end of 2021, we lost an American icon.  John Madden passed away at the age of 85 on December 28th.  He’d lived a remarkable life, hailing from a small town in Minnesota yet rising to the world stage via the National Football League, broadcasting, and an extraordinary video game franchise. To some people, […]

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Dec
15

Dealing with the “Great Resignation” Dilemma Part I

Are you aware that a smaller, yet surprisingly powerful epidemic is sweeping through the ranks of organizations just like yours? For lack of a better description, this current economic dilemma is simply called the “Great Resignation,” and it represents another devastating blow to businesses already struggling from the fallout of COVID-19.  If you’re uncertain about whether or not this crisis—which is also being labeled  the “big […]

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Aug
27

Improving Customer Connections

I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel. Maya Angelou Perhaps more than ever, the need to improve customer service is on the radar of many leaders.  Although serving others is not a new concept in leadership, embracing […]

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Jun
14

Reuniting Your Corporate Family®, Part II

  Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much. Helen Keller   “Wow Tyler, way to steal the show at the meeting this morning.  Do you think you could have given the rest of us a chance to shine?” Amanda complained as she filled up her coffee mug. “Look, you always […]

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May
10

Reuniting Your Corporate Family®, Part I

The only rock I know that stays steady, the only institution I know that works, is the family.” Lee Iacocca  One of the most exciting aspects of the COVID-19 vaccination process is the anticipated reuniting of family members, many of whom have been separated for over a year. But personal families are not the only […]

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Mar
10

Social Distancing: Shortcomings and Solutions

For the past few months, the LEADon® team has been fielding an oft-repeated question: “Is social distancing sustainable for our teams long term?” The simple answer is no, absolutely not.  The rationale is equally as simplistic:  as humans we are interpersonal creatures, and despite the greatest technology, people need contact and interaction with others in […]

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Feb
06

Vaccinations and Social Connections

While 2020 might be a year many people would like to forget, recent events have highlighted an essential component of the Corporate Family® experience that leaders would be remiss to ignore.  In January of 2021, people from all walks of life not only began to receive COVID vaccinations but also experienced critical social connections which […]

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