Webinar: Improve Your Resilience by Upgrading Your Personal Operating System

We know you are resilient. More resilient than most, in fact. However, the challenge provided by COVID-19, whether it’s the stress of working from home or caring for patient and personal wellbeing, is unprecedented. This is hard. Now is NOT the time to work harder; it’s the time to upgrade your personal operating system so you are energized when you think of the upcoming challenges.  

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Blog and Webinar: Working at Home in the Era of COVID-19: 30 Tips for Staying Positive and Productive During This Crisis

Whether you are thinking of Winston Churchill or Rahm Emanuel, they both advise that “you never let a serious crisis go to waste,” meaning that it’s an opportunity to do things you think you could not do before. And, even in the face of adversity, life can be pretty good. The physical distancing caused by COVID-19 certainly provides us with challenges, but therein lies the opportunity.

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You Too Can Be Ready for Your Next BIG Opportunity!

Twenty twenty is going to be a big year. At least, you hope so. Whether it’s a promotion, new job, or other exciting opportunity, you want to be ready to successfully grab that brass ring — your brass ring — so that 2020 is, in fact, a great year for you. You don’t want to blow it, but are you ready to make the necessary impression, or will nerves derail your success?

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Never Struggle Again with Being Direct

Are you tired of struggling with how to be direct without being called a J-E-R-K? Or perhaps you don’t struggle, but you’ve been told you need to tone it down? Or—and this is quite possibly the worst for you—you don’t give feedback so that you can avoid the intense discomfort? Whichever applies to you, the bottom line is: all you want is to be able to communicate your message without drama, discord, or defensiveness.

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How to Supercharge Your Organization’s Performance

Many entrepreneurs and managers are frustrated because their staff members don’t get the job done with a high degree of excellence and attention to detail. And they worry that little things like typos, and big things like not getting back to clients quickly enough, will cost them their reputation and clients or promotions. Does this sound familiar?

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