A Leader’s Presence

Editorial note: This article appeared in Linkedin on November 11th, 2016 This volatile election has been a traumatic experience for America, and we are still processing its impact. The floods of offensive viral material circulating the Internet are evidence. For...

The Power of Accepting Compliments

Editorial note: This article appeared in Linkedin on May 26th, 2016 Traditionally in Chinese culture, politeness and modesty are intertwined.  For example, if one gives a compliment to another, such as, “Your painting looks beautiful,” the polite reply might be,...

Becoming You; The First Step of Leadership

Dr. Seuss says: “Today you are YOU that is truer than true. There is no one alive who is YOUER than YOU.” This statement speaks a truth that we tend to overlook; i.e.; embracing who we are. Do you have the experience that people didn’t like how they looked in a photo...

Emotionally Intelligent Leader

Recently, several people told me that they just want to hire someone who listens to them. I understand the importance of being heard. Managers and business leaders are always busy. Having someone listen to them instead of constantly challenging their decisions makes...

Building Emotionally Intelligent Team

Professional Development Teleconference Master Classes For Coaches and Consultants Friday, October 17th & October 31st, 2014, 8:30-11:00am Pacific Time Register Here http://learninginaction.com/register/ What you will learn during these two days of class: 1) How...