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Camaraderie: “People Chemistry” At Work

Everybody needs friends. One of the most famous questions of the 12 posed by the Gallup Q12 Employee Engagement Survey is “I have a best friend at work.” Many challenged the question as irrelevant. Then, decades worth of research shows that employees with healthy social connections at work along with teams that possess a deep…
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Clues You Are A Confident Leader

By Annie Perdue Olson | June 17, 2020 |

Until confidence is tested, we are unaware of our lack. Crisis creates the opportunity for leaders to develop a critical leadership competency: confidence.  It’s self-assurance in your ability to address the crisis and the belief that you can rely on others to help meet the challenge. But, how do we know confidence when we see…

Navigate Change with Confidence

By Heidi Lewerenz | June 10, 2020 |

Crisis always brings change. The waves of transition start to rise and fall almost immediately after we experience a crisis.  The first time I traveled using only a GPS,  I just about lost my mind.  Hearing the play-by-play directions without being able to see the whole map created insecurity and mistrust about whether or not…

Deepening the Roots of Your Confidence

By Kari Brookins | June 4, 2020 |

Are you feeling a little shaken these days? Right now, I am hanging on tightly to my confidence in Christ as my lifeline. Confidence in a crisis does not come from our circumstances, it comes from being deeply rooted in Jesus. “Therefore, as you received Christ Jesus the Lord, so walk in him, rooted and…

3 Ways to Leverage Strengths in Building Confidence

By Heidi Zwart | May 27, 2020 |

In the right context with the right application, your strengths can accelerate your confidence in leadership and life.  As a leader, it’s likely you’ve taken an assessment or two identifying your personality, temperament, or strengths. What was your take-away? Did it change you? Your answer to these  questions is either contributing to or detracting from…

3 Things Confidence is NOT

By Annie Perdue Olson | May 20, 2020 |

In times of crisis, people need a confident leader. However, what if all this uncertainty has shaken the foundation you were standing on? You may not feel very confident anymore. In fact, you’re wondering if you have what it takes to do this! If this is how you feel today, maybe you’ve got an incomplete…

Three Keys to Unlock Confidence in Crisis

By Annie Perdue Olson | May 13, 2020 |

In crisis we are not likely to say, “Now is the right time to build confidence.” We tend to believe a crisis is when our confidence will be shaken. It is difficult to find our footing, let alone be confident of where we stand. But, I would like to propose that crisis is the perfect time…