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Forgiveness Research

With the quantity and intensity of interpersonal conflicts being on the rise in companies, leaders are increasingly challenged with identifying solutions that will create cultural stability and positive working relationships (De Dreu and Gelfand, 2008). In addition to disagreements between employees causing workplace conflict,

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Coaching- what is it REALLY?

It’s that time of year…. early December. The holidays are just around the corner, another year is ending and final examinations are complete!  Whew! I have spent the last three months conducting an in-depth literature review on my favorite topic- coaching.  My research has revealed some fascinating studies and results. There is definitely a link […]

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My Week with The Tao Te Ching

Have you ever read The Tao by Lao Tzu?  I did and here is my story.  This week in Leadership Theory we are reading the 81 chapters and reflecting on its relevancy to leadership. There are some leadership lessons to be learned here…. 1. There are things that we do to develop the leadership characteristics […]

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Sharing My Journey with You

As some of you may know, I completed my Master’s program in Organizational Leadership in May from Gonzaga University and found out that there was still SO much to learn in the field of leadership.  When you really think about it, leadership as a discipline has only been around since the 1940’s as compared to mathematics, philosophy […]

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