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7 Strategies to Defeat (and Prevent) Executive Burnout

With so many demands on you—in time, money and energy, just to name the top three—executive overwhelm and burnout can seem like inevitable side-effects of the job. In truth, there is not a lot you can do to change these ...
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How to Help Managers Take Steps to Overcome Burnout

“I don’t have stress, but may be a carrier.”
Erma Bombeck As company leaders look for ways to turn the tide on the great resignation, one factor may have been overlooked: burnout. It not only contributes to an employee’s ...
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5 Tips for Women in Leadership

Whether you are launching into your first leadership role or enjoying a well-deserved promotion, as a woman (especially a woman of color), it often feels like you need to prove yourself and your capabilities to your team. To boost your ...
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Leaders Can Halt the Great Resignation — Stop Talking & Start Listening 

Several years ago, an Innolect executive coach was featured on an ABC 20/20 segment entitled, “Excessive Talking.” The piece highlighted a newly hired leader who had something to add to every conversation, interrupted others in meetings, failed to ask questions ...
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Listening: Examples from Great Leaders

As a leader, the ability to listen to those around you is critical – and listening goes far beyond hearing. Listening is a skill that has to be learned and honed. Like all skills, we can learn much from leaders ...
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Listening Burnout: Take Steps to Overcome Your Derailers

“Leaders who don’t listen will eventually be surrounded by people who have nothing to say.” -Andy Stanley According to APA’s 2021 Work and Well-being Survey, American workers across the board saw heightened rates of burnout. In the U.S., 79% of ...
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How Your Leaders Need to Support Women as Allies

Painting by Rebecca Ripley With Women’s History month, we encourage you to gain a deeper understanding of the women around you. What is their experience in your workplace and how might you become an effective ally? With greater self-awareness, we ...
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What Does a Successful Team Look Like?

“Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence win championships.” — Michael Jordan When a group is running full steam ahead, with all talent aligned toward a specific goal, the energy is palpable. You can feel when a team is successful, ...
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How Does Helping Reduce Turnover and Increase Team Satisfaction?

During the January Olympic trials, Erin Jackson, the world’s top-rated 500-meter speed skater, wobbled and lost a hundredth of a second. She came in third, one spot short of qualifying. Teammate Brittany Bowe, who had qualified in the 500-meter, 1000-meter ...
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Pay It Forward: Give It All You Know

When you think about “paying it forward,” you probably think about donating money and time. There is a third and equally important way that great leaders pay it forward: they share their knowledge and experience with the next generation. Whether ...
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Pay It Forward: What Is Your Legacy?

Start 2022 thinking about your legacy. It’s not the last stage or end of your career, but a story being written each day of your working life. Ask yourself, “What will I do to ‘Better the World’ and Pay It ...
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What Leadership Mindset Shifts will Benefit You in 2022?

At the start of every new year, many of us look for ways to improve our personal lives. As a leader, focusing some of this energy on improving the work lives of your employees is equally important. Small adjustments can ...
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