Nov 28, 2018
Richard, TLCG'S subject matter expert in leadership, considers his experience in leading in a time of crisis, specifically when he worked for the Red Cross. He explains that the willingness to accept sadness and loss are a hinge of leadership in difficult times and that this hinge can be a way to replenish oneself...
Nov 26, 2018
In the corporate world it is not uncommon to hear about the struggles that some face with addiction. Opioid abuse and alcoholism are unfortunate side effects of chronic pain. In fact, 100 million Americans alone live in pain. So, is the only way to treat this issue through pharmaceuticals? Today’s guest...
Nov 21, 2018
One of the least recognized ways to be a better leader is to simply show gratitude. Gratitude is linked to higher work output, greater happiness, and higher employee loyalty. It also doesn’t have to be done in any sophisticated way.
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Nov 19, 2018
Chris Weidner has been a personal and professional development coach since 1988, helping people lead successful lives. Chris is the author of twelve books and over 450 articles on success, leadership, sales and motivation. His best-selling books include The Angel Inside (which has also been optioned as a movie), The...
Nov 14, 2018
Did you know that procrastination is actually most common for the busiest, and most analytical, people out there? This is a frustrating issue for high achievers. Today we are going to explore a few of the common reasons that people procrastinate and how they can work to overcome this bad habit.
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