THOUGHT LEADERSHIP - Leadership Communication - Page 2

I write as a way to assist and advance those I cannot work with personally. I write about what it means to lead, communicate and coach well, and about the inner work required to do so.

December 20, 2017
FORBES: More Humanity. Not Less.

As published in Forbes. Every true act of leadership has only one purpose: to make life better. As such, leadership is rooted in our humanity. It is curious then that…

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December 5, 2017
My TEDx Talk: Leadership – Lessons Learned in a Barber Shop

My TEDx Talk, a tribute to my beautiful mother, Elfie Biro (1945 – 2007). Years ago I wrote this post for my mother to capture all I learned about business…

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December 1, 2017
FORBES: Leadership. What Not To Do.

As published in Forbes. In my career, I have learned more about exceptional leadership by being on the receiving end of its opposite. Here are three fundamental things I have…

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October 28, 2017
Leaders Take A Stand for What is Good & Right.

If you have not heard about Milgram’s famous 1960s experiment on obedience, or understood why human beings will so easily default to authority, learn about this important body of work…

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October 1, 2017
FORBES: Leadership. Coaching. Communication. Change.

Forbes recently selected me, along with a small group of other active writers, to each have our own profile page on Forbes.com. This link now houses a full archive of…

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June 21, 2017
FORBES: Easy Onboarding Techniques To Welcome And Inspire New, Young Hires

Top business and career coaches from Forbes Coaches Council offer firsthand insights on leadership development & careers. Employers and hiring managers don’t typically give much thought to onboarding new employees…

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May 19, 2017
FORBES: Micromanaging? Here’s How (And Why) You Should Stop

As published in Forbes Micromanaging is one of the most damaging habits an executive can have. Teams get bogged down going through laborious procedures, and worse is the environment it…

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April 26, 2017
FORBES – Leading in Relationships: The Subtle Work of Self-Mastery

As published in Forbes Several years ago I was asked to design a session that could build upon the skills of my peers: world-class speakers, senior facilitators, coaches, and business…

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March 13, 2017
FORBES: 15 Ways Your Firm Can Shift Its Culture To Truly Become Gender-Equal

As published in Forbes.   Gender inequality remains a serious problem for businesses. According to the Institute for Women’s Policy Research, in 2015, women earned approximately 80 cents for every…

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February 11, 2017
Seek to Serve: as published in Forbes

As published in Forbes Not all business is created equal. Especially if you’re starting out with your coaching practice, turning away clients may feel counterintuitive. However, as members of Forbes Coaches…

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January 30, 2017
FORBES: Why Focusing On Your Teammate’s Success Is The New Performance Review

As published in Forbes Countless organizations today are striving to create a learning, feedback-rich coaching culture. Having personally taught coaching to (and mentor-coached) hundreds of senior leaders in organizations like American…

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January 5, 2017
FORBES: The Four Foundations of Exceptional Coaching

As published in Forbes   Many professionals believe they understand coaching well. However, when I teach coaching to leaders and put them into their first conversation, I inevitably find the…

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Our world has changed, rapidly and in unexpected ways. As the crisis hit, I offered and held pro bono sessions with leaders from around the world. And I want to continue to do what I can to help. As a result, I now offer hourly sessions to ensure leaders everywhere can quickly get the perspective, clarity and focus they need to lead themselves, and therefore others, well during these challenging and uncertain times.

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