Executive Coaching

“Excellence is not an accomplishment. It is a spirit, a never-ending process.” — Lawrence M. Mill...

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Talent Selection

“Ability is what you’re capable of doing. Motivation determines what you do. Attitude determines how we...

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Leadership Development

“The most dangerous leadership myth is that leaders are born- that there is a genetic factor to leadership. T...

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Insight Tip of the Week: Don't Be That Toxic Colleague
Most of us do not wish to be viewed as "that" toxic colleague. Unfortunately, the way we see ourselves does not always match how others see us. Here are a few tips to be more mindful of your impact on others and avoid common ways of derailing. 1) Show warmth: Humans are wired for threats, so it’s important to communicate caring by making eye contact, listening and letting others know you are on their side. 2) Don’t be selfish!: Put yourself in others’ shoes by being curious and showing empathy and concern. 3) Don’t be a “rule Nazi”: Flexibility rather than rigidity about “how things are supposed to be done” is key. Adapted from  “Signs You Might Be a Toxic Colleague”  by Heidi Grant Halvorson.