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Celebrate the WINS, Saddle the Horses, Calibrate the Course

 I always find the end of a year as being a blend of emotions that includes satisfaction, disappointment, delight and regret. Satisfaction of what I accomplished, disappointment of where I fell short, delight in how I made a difference and regret at where I probably missed it. These emotions and how I process them set the stage for my perspective going into the new year and how empowered and engaged and inspired I am. Make sense?

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michael walker
The Decline of Empathy and Rise of Self-Aggrandizing

It’s not a word I use if at all, but when I contemplate the spectacular collapse of people’s careers over comments, it really just fits. Self-Aggrandizing as defined in the Merriam Webster dictionary is to enhance the power, wealth, position, or reputation of someone or something, often at the expense of another. “He exploited the situation to aggrandize himself”.

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Winning with Integrity

With what seems like an accelerating frequency, organizations are discovering a toxic element of their workplace culture, expressing surprise over it, conducting an investigation, seemingly cutting out the cancer, and apologizing to their customers.

There is a saying I love that captures the likelihood that this toxicity and its clean up cycle will continue to occur; “Your system is perfectly designed to achieve the results you are getting.”

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michael walker
The Importance of Emotional Wisdom in Hiring

According to a study by Leadership IQ, 46% of newly-hired employees will have left the organization within 18 months and only 19% will become an integral part of the team. The reason for this disappointing and expensive statistic is twofold; both the employer and the employee are at fault! 

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