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Internalized Anger Questionnaire

Anger is not always vented out. You may find that it comes out as different methods of suppressing and withholding. Your responses to the following questions* will help you identify these patterns in your daily life. Do you become buried in work or projects? Do you eat too much or too little? Do you get […]

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In Search of Strong and Noble Leaders

These days, how can we find leaders who will uplift and inspire, rather than alarm and enrage? Actually, some of us might just become such leaders. It’s not just what we have in ourselves that matters. It’s what we perceive and encourage in others, too. In our last article, “In Teams We Trust,” we covered […]

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Selflessness Exercise

The power of selflessness is misunderstood in our competitive culture. The concept is often confused with weakness or self-sacrifice. But the selflessness exemplified by great leaders (think “Band of Brothers” commander Dick Winters, or young Pakistani education activist Malala Yousafzai) is deeply rooted in strength, self-confidence, courage and resilience. This process is designed to help […]

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Humility Exercise

Humility is a trait of great leadership. It is defined by a sense of fairness, active compassion, and the ability to respond authentically and productively with ever-changing reality. Humility reveals itself in self-confidence without arrogance, modesty without self-importance, and self-respect without excessive self-promotion. Humility admits mistakes, acknowledges the abilities of others, and seeks guidance for […]

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Caring for Others Exercise

Caring for others is fundamental to great leadership. It broadens your vision, deepens your understanding and inspires those you lead. Caring attention and compassionate interaction help build psychological safety, the state in which those you lead feel comfortable contributing their ideas and considering those of others. Your capacity for caring can be developed. You can […]

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