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Two Key Behaviors for Leaders leading through Crisis By Alycia Sutor

    Adapted from GrowthPlay, an ELAvate Partner The COVID-19 pandemic has forever changed the world of work and life.  What has not changed, however, is the need for great leadership.   GrowthPlay has identified what ELAvate believes are the top

How to Adapt During Crisis by DISC Behavior

    By Carol Mettenbrink, Consultant at TTI Success Insights– An ELAvate Partner As your Senior Business Services Consultant at TTI SI, I wanted to learn more about how each behavioral style has been reacting to our current global situation.

“Are You Stir Crazy or Have Cabin Fever?” It Depends on Our Attitude!

Stir Crazy is a phrase that dates to 1908 according to the Oxford English Dictionary and the online Etymology Dictionary. Used among inmates in prison, it referred to a prisoner who became mentally unbalanced because of prolonged incarceration. It is

Cooking Up Change: The 2nd Ingredient of Effective Global Leadership

Ingredients of Effective Global Leadership

This is part two of the Cooking Up Change Series where Kevin shares the three ingredients that most leadership models and global leaders have in common. Check out part one’s post on the first ingredient here.  Leadership is a lot like cooking.  It’s all

Leading Mindfully

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I believe in confirmation. This means when I am planning or doing something, I become aware of leads that confirm I am in the right direction. After I wrote this article, I picked up Marshall Goldsmith’s book: What Got You

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Michael       Amit            Anne

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