Monthly Archives: May 2013

Say You’re Sorry

Don’t hesitate to say, “I’m sorry.”  An apology can be one of the most profound, inspiring, and galvanizing acts a leader can do. Marshall Goldsmith, the noted executive coach, would also add “magical” “restorative” and “healing” to the list of properties.  By apologizing for an outright mistake, or even just an unintended consequence, a leader…
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Striving and Arriving

Make yourself at home… You’ve arrived! Many of the senior leaders that I’ve coached have achieved success well beyond what most professionals could ever reasonably expect. These executives surpassed their former peers and classmates, not to mention their friends and family. Yet all too many remain fixated on the next job or a bigger role.…
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