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    • How to Negotiate the Promotion and Pay You Want [Checklist]

      If you’re preparing for a promotion or salary discussion this year, there’s no question in my mind, you’ll want to review my Negotiation Checklist first. Did you know? Men initiate salary negotiations four times as often as women do. When women negotiate, they ask for 30 percent less

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      How to Tackle Your Toughest Decisions

      Determined You, It’s that time of year when high performers like you are making tough decisions on how best to move forward in the new year. Maybe you’re exploring a new role, a different company or going back to school. Perhaps you’re wanting to play bigger than ever and are deciding

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      Doing Business &quote;As Usual&quote; Isn't Working

      The recent Google protest and walkout is a great example of employees demanding better leadership from their executives. On Thursday, November 1, 2018, Google employees around the world walked out of their offices to demand change. Google organizers and protestors are requesting the

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      Jennifer Spaulding's Keynote on Kind Leadership Profiled on Front Page of The Dispatch

      Leadership and executive coach, Jennifer Spaulding, was profiled on the front page of newspaper, The Dispatch, highlighting kindness as an essential leadership skill. Jennifer presented her keynote, "Kindness is Your Competitive Advantage," the week of October 15th, 2018 to over 300 business and

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      How to Be a More Effective Leader With These 3 Actions [VIDEO]

      Wise You, Can you recall a time when a teacher, boss or parent motivated you to complete a task by relying on his or her authority? He or she likely used phrases similar to, “Because I said so,” “I’m the boss,” “You must do what I say.” If you were the recipient of this type of

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      Five Best Practices to Lead Courageous Conversations at Work

      Courageous You, I don’t know about you, but I dread courageous conversations that start with, “We need to talk.” Or at least I used to until I figured out an effective plan to lead challenging conversations with teammates, executives and even peers. I’ve shared this plan with my

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      Prevent Miscommunications at Work With This ONE Tip [Video]

      Brilliant You, If you’ve ever experienced a miscommunication (and who hasn’t), then you know how frustrating it can be. A missed deadline or delivering a product that isn’t quite right can lead to arguments, a loss in income or even a firing. How can you prevent miscommunications with

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      5 Tips to Quiet Naysayers & Access Your Brilliance

      Wise You, When you’re playing big and asking for what you want and need, you’re bound to come across a few naysayers. You know the ones. The ones who tell you: “Are you really sure you want to do that? What if you/we fail?!” “But you don’t have the right expertise for that

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