Leaders

Plotting a Course for the Future: 7 Ways to Lead Yourself Today

“Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate.”  – Carl Jung As the founder of Jungian Typology and creator of 3 out of 4 Myers-Briggs preference sets, Carl Jung seems to know a little bit about how to make the unconscious conscious. But that doesn’t take […]

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3 Goals for a Healthier Organization

“You cannot change your destination overnight, but you can change your direction overnight.” ~ Jim Rohn Just as Rome was not built in a day, neither will the organization or team you lead reach its ideal culture overnight. Progress and change take time, but re-orienting your goals, adjusting your aim – that only takes a […]

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It’s Time…To Make the Difficult Decision

It’s time. Time to make the difficult decision that you don’t want to make, but know you need to: Time to replace someone that should have been let go months before. Time to place a boundary on a difficult relationship. Time to change jobs though it will be painful. Time to be honest and challenge […]

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The One Thing Good Leaders Must Do To Become Great

If you want to become a good leader, or better yet – a great leader – then there is one thing that must happen. This one thing is not fun, nor is it inspiring, and rarely is it ever written about. But this one thing is crucial: GREAT leaders must die to themselves. Dying is […]

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Leadership Landmarks: What Do You Represent?

Landmarks As Symbols Big Ben is a landmark. It’s a powerful symbol of an important city with a storied history. Whenever we see a landmark, inevitable associations pop into our minds. For example, when we see the Eiffel Tower, our thoughts might wander to French bread, crepes, and the enchanting streets of Paris. The same […]

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The Effect of Culture and Environment on Preference and Creativity

The “Oughts and Shoulds” of Culture Today’s fifth, and second-to-last, post in the ongoing “S” vs. “N” series will focus on the impact of cultural expectations on Sensors and Intuitives. We’ll also take a quick detour towards the end to explore how physical environment and art affect Sensors and Intuitives differently. For those of you […]

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