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Why can’t we just get along?

In today’s politically charged era, conflicts seem to be ever-present, whether they arise in the workplace, within communities, or even among family and friends. In this blog post, we’ll explore why dealing with conflicts is crucial, not only in the professional realm but also in our personal lives. We’ll delve into the significance of conflict resolution techniques and provide practical …

The Power of Grit in Achieving Success

Life and careers are like an unpredictable journey, filled with twists and turns, challenges, and triumphs. Along this path, there exists a remarkable quality that sets apart those who thrive from those who falter—a quality known as grit. Grit is the unwavering determination that fuels our pursuit of long-term goals, the fire that keeps us pushing forward when faced with …

Embracing Imperfection: A Path to Leadership Development and Continuous Learning

Introduction In the realm of leadership development, adopting the right mindset and embracing imperfection can be the key to unlocking your full potential. This blog post will delve into the power of the “String of Pearls” theory, guiding you on a path of continuous learning and personal growth. By understanding and applying this transformative concept, you will cultivate the mindset …

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Why You Need to Develop Your Critical Thinking

Critical thinking is fast emerging as one of the most desirable skills in the workforce. It’s the kind of skill that can apply to all aspects of your life. This ranges from the personal to the professional, lifting you to new heights by helping you harness and focus your thinking. What is Critical Thinking? This thinking is defined as the …

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THE POWER OF COGNITIVE FLEXIBILITY

“In a turbulent world, success depends not just on cognitive horsepower but also on cognitive flexibility. When leaders lack the wisdom to question their convictions, followers need the courage to persuade them to change their minds.” – Organizational psychologist, Adam Grant, PhD As a coach, I have worked with some really incredible people who have an amazing depth of wisdom. …

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5 Key Ways to Develop a Growth Mindset

Stanford psychologist Carol Dweck defines a growth mindset as the belief that one has the ability to learn and grow. Dweck writes in her book, Mindset: The New Psychology of Success, “This growth mindset is based on the belief that your basic qualities are things you can cultivate through your efforts… [that] everyone can change and grow through application and …