Self Control: A Crucial Skill for Good Leadership

Article By Jill Ratliff Do you think you have good self-control? Most of us think we do—but often suddenly find we don’t. Yet self-control is one of the most important skills a leader can develop to engender trust and support collaboration. Nothing fractures trust and discourages open collaboration like the fear of [...]

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A Return to Simplicity

Article By Jill Ratliff “Take a simple idea and take it seriously.” – Charlie Munger, Vice-Chairman, Berkshire Hathaway As leaders and as human beings, we are certainly being challenged to reflect on, reconsider, and reconnect with guiding principles that can help us find our way out of this 2020 mess we’re in. [...]

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Four Ways You Can Lead with Love

Article By Jill Ratliff Use the word “love” in the context of work relationships? We avoid that like the plague! Well, now it’s interesting that a couple of real plagues, COVID-19 and social injustice, may become the catalyst for introducing the idea that love has everything to do with leadership, healing the stress and [...]

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