connection

I created the club I wanted to join

IT’S ALIVE! (Read with the Frankenstein movie intonation.) Well, at least it is live. The Connected Leader Club is official.   I was excitedly telling a friend about this new endeavor and

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Creating Connection – at (and to) work

Marshall Goldsmith and Alan Mulally at the MG100 gathering.   I think my last two posts about social isolation, mental health and the new Corporate Connect concept have received the

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What's Your One Word

What’s Your One Word?

At the MG100 gathering this past summer, one of the presenters did an exercise similar to something that I do in my talks, You the Brand and Claim Your Power.   These programs are

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Do you give AND take

You guys came through again!  I love it when you send me quotes that make me think. This one comes from Richard Dictor and the quote he gave me was,

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Are you an insider or outsider

Are you an insider or outsiders?

A while back I joined a group called the Authoresses comprised of established, successful female authors. I must admit, at first it was incredibly intimidating. They all seemed to know

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Vulnerability makes me want to puke but….

I have rallied my tribe to help me with my weight loss goal. But my tribe can’t always walk with me. Instead of being demotivated I bring a virtual friend,

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Do You Have These Connector Qualities?

I actually had to ask someone what year it was yesterday. I can’t keep track of the day, month or year since this all started. But I can keep track

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New Year and Looking for a New Job – 3 Things to do NOW

A new year and a new you sometimes means a new job. That’s the case for my fantastic former marketing manager, who decided to go back to full-time work in

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Quick Guide to Connecting Tips

Quick Guide to Connecting Tips

We all reflect on the past and evaluate, judge, celebrate all the things we did and didn’t do. Reflecting and maybe even evaluating are great. Skip the judgment and go

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