Month: April 2014

I didn’t say hello?  I didn’t even see you.  I didn’t respond to your Facebook post?  I never even read it.  I didn’t call you back?  Was I supposed to?  I didn’t comment on your email?  Is that the one that was so long I had no idea what the point was when I finished? […]

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One of the key functions of Leadership is the ability to effectively manage group discussions. When you open the discussion up to include others, you always risk going off subject and ending up in the middle of tangents.  Some of that can actually be productive and some can be a total waste of time. Either […]

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You seem calm, cool and collected.  People think you are either very wise or completely oblivious to what is going on around you. We both know you aren’t oblivious – being an introvert, this is just your natural style of interacting. Since Introverts think before they speak, most Introverted leaders aren’t usually the first to speak […]

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