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Tips for Hitting the Pause Button Over Christmas Break

Greg Salciccioli - Thursday, December 07, 2017

As leaders, we struggle with resting and recharging. So, here’s a simple list of easy strategies on how to use your time off to the maximum and return in the New Year feeling recharged and excited.
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Raising up Leaders and Maximizing their Potential

Greg Salciccioli - Thursday, November 30, 2017

As leaders, we have access to an unprecedented amount of raw talent in our own organization. Entrusted with future leaders in the making, leaders have a responsibility for helping others use their emerging skillsets and undiscovered gifts.  Read more...


Trust: Higher Productivity and Outrageous Growth

Greg Salciccioli - Thursday, November 23, 2017

There’s a lot of talk flying around in the business world about earning trust. It’s a valued American ideal to “pull yourself up by your bootstraps” and earn the respect of others. It’s the kind of thing you’re expected to prove through experience, hard work, and due diligence. Read more...


The Ingredients of Effective Feedback

Greg Salciccioli - Thursday, November 16, 2017

As leaders, our most dreaded job isn’t what you think. We aren’t afraid of public speaking or making a hard decision when the pressure is on. We thrive when the stakes are high, which is why it might come as a surprise that something as ordinary as giving feedback makes us uncomfortable.  Read more...


How to Combat the 7 Sources of Energy Drain

Greg Salciccioli - Thursday, November 09, 2017

As an Executive Coach, an all too common complaint I hear from people in the workplace sounds like this: “I wish there were more hours in the day” or “My life is one, non-stop meeting”. Statements like “I’m barely keeping my head above water” are sadly all too common. Read more...


Keep Your Expectations High

Greg Salciccioli - Thursday, November 02, 2017

Nike announced plans to break the world record for the fastest marathon time using a team of three carefully selected runners. Their goal? 26.2 miles in under 2 hours. It’s never been done before. Dennis Kimetto of Kenya is the world record holder, with a time of 2:02:57 set in the Berlin Marathon. He achieved the mind-blowing pace of 4:41 per mile.  Read more...



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