• GOOD QUESTION: HOW CAN I GET AN OPPORTUNITY TO SHOWCASE MY CAPABILITIES? NADIA SAYEH HAS THE ANSWER.

    Q: “I’ve been working at the same level in my career for what feels like too long. I know I’m ready for the next step, but I’m not sure how to get others in the organization to see what I can do. How can I set myself up for a promotion or at least an […]

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  • CONFIDENCE KILLERS – HOW TO DEFEAT THEM

    Confidence in the workplace is a key advantage and a major factor in career development. However, some workers find themselves crippled with doubt and fear, unable to take the necessary risks or voice their insights. This is an unhealthy environment to be in and should be addressed immediately. Here are 3 confidence killers and how […]

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  • 7 STEPS TO GET THROUGH A MAJOR CHANGE IN YOUR LIFE

    By: FARAH SAAD When we are going through a major life-altering change or shift in our lives, all the old fears surface. The uncertainty of the future makes us question everything we did in our lives up until that moment. You feel exhausted all the time. These are all good signs because it means you […]

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  • HOW TO LEAD WITH EMPATHY

    Empathy is the ability to see something from another’s experience and perspective including how they feel. Why is this important as a leader? Empathy is deeply connected to building trust and in Lencioni’s model of the 5 Dysfunctions of a team, trust is the foundation for building highly effective teams and exceptional results. Empathy requires boundaries or […]

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  • HOW TO BUILD A TRUE FOLLOWING AS A LEADER

    By: JENN LOFGREN This article originally appeared on Forbes.com Leadership is hard enough. Why make it harder trying to be all things to all people, hustling to be someone you’re not? In reading Dr. Brené Brown’s book, Braving the Wilderness: The Quest for True Belonging and the Courage to Stand Alone, my mind went to my clients […]

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  • A LEADER OF PERSPECTIVES

    We all have different preferences. Some love sushi, while others can’t stand it. Others like the colour blue, while some prefer the colour red. No matter the options, we each make decisions based upon our own perspective; a perspective that has been moulded by our life experiences, priorities, values, and emotions. Now, bring those different […]

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