Jeremie Kubicek

The Key to Every Leadership Journey

The Key to Every Leadership Journey The most important part of any leadership journey is the ongoing, never-ending process of self-awareness. For all the many books, articles, and experts who talk about it, self-awareness can be boiled down to two simple commitments. A commitment to understand how you’re wired, the tendencies that result from such […]

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Greatest Pitfalls for Sensors and Intuitives

In the first post of our new series on Sensor (S) vs. Intuitive (N) Jungian personality preferences, we laid the groundwork for understanding sensors and intuitives, while also highlighting the core of what makes them tick. At the heart of every sensor is a yearning to understand the concrete facts and details of reality as […]

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Why Relational Intelligence Gives You A Competitive Advantage

“Most of us focus on how much we know, but the ability to connect and be present in the midst of tasks is what sets leaders apart.”  – Fast Company article featuring GiANT Worldwide’s 5 Gears book The Rise of the Relational Economy In an age where information is free and global connectivity puts the […]

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Accidental vs. Intentional Leadership

The Leader We Should Strive to Become  This post is a follow up to a previous article titled “One Quality Every Great Leader Shares.” In it we discussed what it means to become a “leader worth following.” We call such leaders “Liberating Leaders,” and defined their unique qualifications as being someone who knows when to […]

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How Do You Process Information?

Sensing and Intuition If you’re just joining us, we recently concluded a six-part series on how to determine the first of your four Jungian Type personality preferences. The series took a deep dive into the true meaning of Extraversion (E) vs. Introversion (I), discussing what it means for the way you recharge and communicate, as […]

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What Are You Trying To Prove?

Have you ever run into an old acquaintance and felt the need to prove yourself? Maybe the last time you saw each other was in high school and they’ve moved on to some high-flying career. Or maybe you’re experiencing a rut in your own work and just feel the need to impress someone. The Urge […]

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