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Lead from Anywhere

May 28, 2020

Some leaders start their leadership journey early in life. My own journey started when I was 7 or 8, playing basketball on a youth league. It’s important to look back on your own leadership journey and know your own story. Even more importantly, though, start to look for these characteristics in the young people in...


May 26, 2020

I have one major rule when it comes to leadership – don’t ask someone to do something you’re not willing to do yourself. This is especially true for managing difficult, or even toxic, relationships. Don’t ask someone else to manage a relationship that you, yourself, aren’t willing to address.

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May 21, 2020

Leaders need to lose control, or maybe a better way of saying it is leaders need to let go of control. This is the only way a leader can grow, and help other leaders learn and grow. Leaders must stop micromanaging, and work on their own leadership skills, to truly become a great leader. To do this, though, leaders must...


May 18, 2020

Now is the time, if you haven’t done so already, to get your telecommuting policies and process in order. When you return to your office, your employees and teams are going to have one very important question to ask you. “Can we make telecommuting the way we work, at least part of the time?” This question is...


May 14, 2020

Conflict management and resolution in any environment is challenging. In a remote office setup, it can be even harder to lead through a conflict. In this episode, Julie provides several ways to minimize, address, and resolve conflict. She also outlines her 6-step conflict resolution strategy that she uses in her...