Business And Leadership Lessons Learned From The Covid-19 Pandemic

Business and Leadership Lessons Learned from the COVID-19 Pandemic


Work and the culture surrounding it change with the times we live in; never in the modern era, though, has there been a change so sudden and unprecedented as the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020.  COVID-19 was declared a pandemic on March 11, 2020; less than a week later, policies mandating lockdowns…

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What We Can Learn About Connected Leadership From 2023 Superbowl Coach Nick Sirianni

What We Can Learn About Connected Leadership from 2023 SuperBowl Coach Nick Sirianni


This Sunday’s Super Bowl LVII will be a showdown between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles. While not the Eagles’ first Super Bowl, it is the first for their head coach Nick Sirianni; he was hired into the role in early 2021. Before securing his team a spot in this year’s Super Bowl,…

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Emotional Intelligence In Leadership

Why Emotional Intelligence is Important in Leadership


Technical know-how and understanding your business are undoubtedly important to leading a team. However, surprisingly, these are not always the most important qualities of a good leader. In fact, in many situations, people may be promoted to a leadership role due to their expertise, only to flounder and wonder why. Often, this is because they…

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Situational Awareness In The Workplace

Situational Awareness in Leadership Part 2 – Impact on Employees


Last week, we introduced the concept of situational awareness – the ability to perceive your surroundings, properly interpret what is happening, and act according to what you determine may happen next. We also briefly presented cases where situational awareness is critical to leadership. In this article, we’ll expand on those cases to give a better…

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Situational Awareness In Leadership Reading The Room – Part 1

Situational Awareness in Leadership: Reading the Room – Part 1


We’ve all encountered people like this: “those guys” who are so wrapped up in what they are doing that they are seemingly unconscious of how their action affects others. The slower driver who drifts in front of you on the freeway as you approach, even though, at that moment, you may be the only two…

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