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    Removing Weaknesses

    Removing Weaknesses & Building Strengths

    In the U.S., we tend to focus heavily on one or the other: deficits or
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    Ladder of Inference

    Ladder of Inference

    Organizational psychologist Chris Argyris, a Harvard professor, uses what he calls the "Ladder of Inference"
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    The Single Wringable Neck

    Chances are you won't have to wring that neck either, since that person will know
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    I Love You, and You Can’t Do Anything About It

    Diane Rowling (a very kind and talented business executive) was sadly killed a number of weeks ago. At the memorial service, I was struck by one of the solutions she and her husband employed when they got angry with one another. When one of them was on the verge of walking out of the room, the other would say, “I love you, and you can’t do anything about it.”

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    Over functioning and Under functioning

    Over-Functioning and Under-Functioning

    A business partnership is a system. Sometimes that system resembles a couple or family system. And like any couple or family, there may be one over-functioning and one under-functioning person in the partnership. Often the over-functioning one does a great job of compensating for the other’s dysfunction, but that doesn’t mean that it’s healthy to […]

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    Bully Pulpit

    Three Reasons Why Business Leaders Fail to Use Their Bully Pulpits

      A “bully pulpit” is simply an excellent platform from which to share an important (and often moral) message. You don’t need an actual pulpit in a church or chapel to be in possession of one. President Theodore Roosevelt, who coined the term, used the White House as his bully pulpit. Today’s business leaders have […]

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    Positive to Negative Ratio

    The Losada Ratio: Praise (5) vs. Criticism (1)

    Positive to Negative Ratio of affirmation to criticisms is call the Losada Ratio. Changing your positive to negative ratio can have a dramatic outcome for your business and your marriage.

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    Tipping point of anger

    Be Kind

    “Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle.” – Plato

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