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Guide to Giving Better Feedback

By awaremediasolutions | April 15, 2021

Giving helpful feedback is challenging for new and experienced leaders alike. Few leaders (or people, for that matter) do it well. Yet, effective feedback is essential to develop and maintain high-performing employees and teams.  When giving feedback, it is especially important that we be aware of our biases. Do you deliver critical feedback to women […]

Is Your In-House Training PURPOSEFUL (and Memorable)?

By awaremediasolutions | March 18, 2021

What do you remember from your last in-house training webinar? Have you taken time to review your notes, shared what you learned with others or actually made a change based on what you learned? As listening experts, we realize that most people forget 70% of what they hear if it isn’t reinforced and practiced within […]

The Day the Crayons Quit

By Becky Ripley | February 16, 2021

With Groundhog Day just behind us, many leaders and their teams feel as if they’re starring repeatedly in the movie, Groundhog Day. With the hope of a healthier, brighter 2021, we find ourselves living a rerun of 2020. Individuals and teams still suffer from COVID-19 fatigue: struggling with staying at home and missing face-to-face interactions. […]

Are Positive Leaders Really Toxic?

By awaremediasolutions | February 4, 2021

Although a number of articles recently have focused on the damaging consequences of going overboard with Toxic Positivity, for years social scientists have documented the benefits of positive leadership especially during times of uncertainty. Yet, executive coaches and leadership consultants frequently encounter cynical attitudes when positive leadership is associated with being “soft” without an eye […]

What’s the Best Free Pandemic Medicine? Hugs???

By Becky Ripley | January 20, 2021

As we celebrate this holiday differently than ever before, we do still celebrate. For that opportunity, we are grateful. So many people across the globe have suffered unimaginable losses, and yet there is a remedy that offers pandemic relief, and it’s free. Hugs. If you are one of the lucky ones who shares a home with […]

When Soft is Hard… Why Your Words Matter

By Kittie Watson | January 14, 2021

Picture this… it is 2041, twenty years from now, and students around the globe are reading about how historians describe the events of January 6, 2021 on Capitol Hill. Consider for a moment what you have said to your children, family members, friends and colleagues. What words have you used to describe the scene? During […]

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