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An Attitude of Transition: Life's Incremental Changes

Written by Otis McGregor October 23, 2019 Transition is how we grow. It's how we learn new things and meet new people. It's also how we learn from our failures.  If you aren't in a state of transition, you're not moving forward or growing. When we stop transitioning, we become stagnant in who we…


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Leadership Traits: Enable Your Team’s Success Through Strong Leadership (Part 3)

This is the final part of a three-part leadership series. Don’t Destroy for Failure, Train to Succeed Learn from failures. Failure's how we learn. One of iPEC’s foundational principles is, “There are no mistakes.” If you believe in this, everything happens for a reason and you have the opportunity…


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Leadership Traits: Enable Your Team's Success Through Strong Leadership (Part 2)

This is Part Two of a three-part leadership series that I'll post over the coming weeks. Challenge Of course leadership's a challenge; but isn’t anything that's worth doing a challenge? What I mean here's that you need to challenge your team. Don’t let them settle for day-to-day ho-hum operations.…


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Leadership Traits: Enable Your Team's Success Through Strong Leadership (Part 1)

This is Part One of a three-part leadership series that I'll post over the coming weeks. What's a leader’s responsibility? Being a leader means that you're responsible for EVERY-thing that your organization does—whether you wanted them to do it or not. As a leader, you must take responsibility for…


Do You Need a Stick to Hold a Meeting?

Congress, during the shutdown, used an old tool, the talking stick, to help their meetings and negotiations come to a conclusion. But do we really need a stick to hold an effective meeting? Purpose and Desired Outcome The secret to an effective meeting, whether recurring or as needed, is…