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August 28, 2020 Glenn Case
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Want to be a resilient leader? Accept what is.

Reflects the strength needed to lead

You feel it sometimes. Maybe often. Expectations that you need to be the strong one. The balanced one. The calm one. Of being the rock in the storm.

Each time you’re the voice of reason in times of conflict, or have to give difficult feedback, or to make a painful decision, or to lead others once again through uncertainty and change, you feel it.

January 4, 2020 Glenn Case
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Why New Age leaders lead from the heart...

 

person with a large heart in vivid red signifying heart-centered leadership

Leadership is undergoing a rebirth of sorts. A new age. A transformation within that has been fuelled by incessant transformation without.

Leaders of today and of the future are not just expected to do more with less.

August 30, 2019 Glenn Case
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What price are you paying by avoiding Risk?

person standing at edge of cliff signifying risk and fearWhat if you believed — trusted — this...

That your true potential, success, growth and joy lay out there, just beyond the Risk Zone? Would it change things?

The thing is, we rarely get that far in our thinking.

July 1, 2019 Glenn Case
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Make your feedback count by making it wanted

Gate with danger sign signifying fear of receiving feedback

"Feedback is the breakfast of champions", as Ken Blanchard famously said.

To develop, to grow and to win, feedback is essential.

Reality of the matter is, most leaders struggle with providing it. And while they may search inside themselves for answers around this, I believe it actually lies more with the "vibe" that it creates.