As the CEO of your company you are likely a natural born leader. Maybe you didn’t notice right away, but people just started following your lead one day. Your peers looked to you for advice in business, in sports, in school, in really anything in which you were involved. Sound about right? Or maybe that’s…

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It’s not easy for most people, especially leaders to admit when they are wrong.  Acknowledging that something went wrong on your watch with your company or department can be very difficult. Added to that, when you are in a leadership position, that is guiding people, there is a much more intensified awareness of responsibility and…

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Not a Nice to Have…but a NEED to Have By Mindy Curtiss Summer months are a great time for vacations. In fact, we see a 33% surge in vacation requests that occur in specific months every year. What are Kent’s peak vacation months? July                       Holidays & Summer Vacations August               …

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You might be an expert in your field or even the smartest person in the room—but that’s no guarantee of success! As a leader you need a set of skills that are compatible with the changing times and increasing obligations of your business. There is no crystal ball to help you predict what is going…

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Meetings can consume so much of our days and they can really ruin your team’s productivity if you are not careful.  So, you need to make the most of them…before, during and especially after! Have you ever thought about the follow up after a meeting? The way you follow up after a meeting can also…

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There are many professions where having a coach is critical to the person or team’s performance and success…professional and amateur athletes and athletic teams, singers, musicians and actors.  More and more we are finding business leaders and their teams hiring a coach. Why do people hire a coach? To improve technique and performance To receive…

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Is that a statement or a wish? If you have a well thought out plan that is fully communicated, with the right people in the right seats, doing the right things the right way, it is a statement.  Otherwise it is a wish. By this point, 2021 should be about execution and responses to changes…

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Managing and leading in today’s COVID-19 environment has challenged us all. Dominant challenges have been how to keep your teams engaged while working remotely, and how to strive for honest, consistent, and adaptive communication, while answers and clarity on the future often do not exist. One approach to address these challenges is the age-old advice…

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Behind every successful business or organization, you will likely find a great leader. Taking on the role of a leader means wearing many hats.  There are three critical components to being a successful leader.  Good leadership skills are not only gut feelings or high business acumen, it is also knowing how to find and use…

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