Maureen Chiquet’s ‘Beyond The Label’ Helps Us See Ourselves In A Different Light [REVIEW]

Maureen Chiquet at the New York Stock Exchange

Maureen Chiquet wields the hammer at the New York Stock Exchange. (Photo courtesy Maureen Chiquet, Facebook)

There’s an old Bob Dylan song called, “Gotta Serve Somebody.” In it, he sings about all the different labels people wear in society, from ambassadors and socialites to state troopers and entertainment moguls. But do the labels we acquire accurately depict who we are? And more importantly, do we allow these labels to define us? These are two of the questions Maureen Chiquet answers in her new book, Beyond the Label.  Read more of this post

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Improve How You Deal With Difficult People by Upgrading to ‘Emotional Intelligence 2.0’ [REVIEW]

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Emotional intelligence trumps IQ in the workplace. (Photo by Carbon Tippy Toes, Flickr)

Do you feel like the CEO of your company isn’t plugged in to the culture of the organization? Are managers promoting the wrong people? Do your colleagues wear their emotions on their sleeve, thus increasing strife and unnecessary anxiety in the workplace? If you answer yes to any of these questions, then it is time for your team to improve their emotional intelligence.  Read more of this post

Sarah Robb O’Hagan Wants All of Us to Be Extreme [REVIEW]

Sarah Robb O'Hagan

“The fear in our minds is so much worse than actual reality,” says Sarah Robb O’Hagan, author of Extreme You.
(Photo courtesy ExtremeSarah, Facebook)

Have you ever felt like you were destined for greatness? Is there a little voice in your head that whispers, and sometimes screams, that you are more than just average? Do you find yourself reaching out for success, only to fail on an epic scale? If you answer “yes” to any of these questions, then you are going to love Sarah Robb O’Hagan. Although she’s been in your shoes more than once, she ultimately found the way to come out on top, and now she wants to show you how to do it too in her new book, Extreme You. 
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Why Everyone Needs to Read ‘The 15 Commitments Of Conscious Leadership’ [REVIEW]

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Everyone can become a better leader if they learn to think “above the line” as explained in the book, The 15 Commitments of Conscious Leadership. (Photo by reynermedia, Flickr)

I was first introduced to the “conscious leadership” style when I attended a webinar on the subject provided by my employer. The concept intrigued me so much, I immediately ordered a copy of The 15 Commitments of Conscious Leadership: A New Paradigm for Sustainable Success by Jim Dethmer, Diana Chapman, and Kaley Warner Klemp. Read more of this post

The Secret To Great Leadership [VIDEO]

Jathan Fink

Whether we work at a job, are the head of a family, or even play sports at school, we all have to work as a team to accomplish pretty much anything. But what does it take to be a successful leader? And more importantly, how can we make our teams successful?

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