Are You Organized for Success in 2017?

sample-3Too often we are not organized for success when we create goals and focused-action plans. We fail to take into account our interactions with others, our current habits and our ability to see beyond what we believe to be true. It’s common for people to be unaware of the attitudes and behaviors that stop them from making progress. This week we are going to blast past the hidden walls that stop us, and move forward.

Last week we addressed the first three hidden truths for why we’re stopped, 2017 Goals – Has Your Motivation Already Disappeared? This week we will delve into the next 3 of the 9 hidden truths to keep you moving forward, refer to, Your 2017 Goals are Meant to be Achieved.

Get Real!

Forgive. Forgiveness is for you, not them. It gets you back in action and moving forward again. The first step is to set aside your mental monologue and forgive yourself for what you said you would do and haven’t done, and things you’ve said and didn’t mean. Second, clean up any misunderstandings directly with the person, team or boss. Remember, your perceptions about them aren’t always right. Attempting to be a mind-reader rarely works about why they did what they did or said what they said. Now you’re ready to take the next focused-action step. By having cleared the disabling little voice in your head and resolved what needs to be done, you’ll be amazed by your renewed energy and your results from these efforts!

Get a Coach. It’s a fact that successful people hire coaches! (Think, Michael Jordan) However, many people are uncoachable; and, as a result, too many fail simply because they refuse to be told what to do! This “you can’t tell me what to do” filter that they listen through has caused many unnecessary project failures, business closings, lost sales, bankruptcies, and other business challenges. When you find yourself falling into this trap of “I already know that”, or “I’ve already done that” STOP! Creating solutions with the same attitude that created the problem will provide no new results! Instead, listen! Ask questions for clarification. New ideas (usually previously unimaginable) will percolate now since you are no longer being resistant! Update your focused-action plan after reviewing with your coach to ensure you and the team didn’t inadvertently create a bright shiny object that will distract everyone! Don’t change the goal! (For a strategic and confidential conversation, contact Jeannette Seibly.)

Organize. Your personal habits will impact your ability to organize your work space and manage the team’s activities effectively. Poor habits will impede achieving your intended results! Several poor habits are failing to: follow-up and follow-through on items that need to be done; manage the team’s results in a way they find value; schedule time to have conversations that make a positive difference; and conduct effective meetings where everyone is heard (to name a few). If you find yourself (or your team) putting off doing what needs to be done, schedule 20 minutes of uninterrupted focused action and see how much progress is made! The key is, focus, organize and take the right steps by scheduling work activities, conversations and consistent reviews with the team and, ever more importantly, honor them.

Next week, stay tune for the last 3 hidden truths that are often overlooked.

©Jeannette Seibly, 2017

Ready? Create a powerful 2017. Contact Jeannette Seibly She will guide you through an amazing exercise designed to complete 2016 and prepare you for a great 2017! One client sold her company for $.5M by completing the exercise yearly, prior to the sale!

Why is it important to learn how to brag? Being aware of your successes helps you take actions consistent with your commitment to achieve amazing results! Get your copy of, It’s Time to Brag! Business Edition today.

Jeannette Seibly is an international, award-winning business advisor. During the past 24 years, she has guided the creation of three millionaires and achieved million-dollar results for more than 25 companies. She is laser sharp at identifying the leverage points that will take a business and its team to the next level of performance and success. Check out her website, or contact Jeannette for a free, confidential conversation. Remember to get your copy of her 5th and newest book, It’s Time to Brag! Business Edition.

Your 2017 Goals are Meant to be Achieved

It’s that time of year to create resolutions, establish goals and visualize your successes! Sounds easy, doesn’t it? However, without designing the process for success and being aware of the hidden truths required to achieve your goals, you will probably ditch 2017 intentions within the next couple of weeks. How can you prevent that from happening?

3 Basics to Create 2017 Successes

Make your written goals specific. Create goals that are meaningful to you, your company, and family. For example, over 71% (a Gallup poll) of employees, business owners and entrepreneurs are working in jobs that they dislike. If you dislike your work responsibilities, your goal may be, “receive a job offer of _(fill in the blank)__ by June 1, 2017.” Or, since most employees are only unhappy because of their boss’s style and/or co-workers’ attitudes, your goal may be, “respect my boss and co-workers by finding value in their ideas daily.”

Take focused-action steps. Put together an action plan that will actually move you forward and produce the intended result. For example, receiving a million-dollars during 2017 may not be financially possible. However, creating a 5-year plan (or longer), learning about investments, saving instead of spending, and living within your income will get you there!

Track your progress. Success breeds more success. There are more ways to do this than I can ever describe. For example, I have posted on my bulletin board a graphic with boxes. Every time I receive $100 (you pick your amount), I color in a box to visually show my progress (there are days I color in a lot of boxes!). And, my 2017 goal is written on the back of the graphic.

9 Hidden Truths Required to Achieve Your Goals

Motivate. There will be times you just don’t feel like it! Remember, that little voice in your head is not necessarily your friend or the truth! In my newest book, It’s Time to Brag! Business Edition, Chapter 14, there are easy exercises to remind you of how amazing you really are and keep you motivated!

Pursue. Since most plans don’t work out according to the original plan, learn how to work through disappointment, mistakes or failures as they occur. Pursue solutions now before the challenge grows larger.

Trust. Learning to trust yourself only requires you to take one step daily. Create a realistic plan so you don’t attempt to run the entire marathon on your first, second, or third day (or week) of training. For example, if your goal is to write a book, trust yourself to write a chapter daily or weekly by scheduling the time and doing it. When you fail to do so, simply reschedule and get it done before you stop trusting yourself.

Forgive. Forgive yourself for what you said you would do and haven’t done, and things you’ve said and didn’t mean, etc. Clean up misunderstandings directly with the person, team or boss. Forgive others for what they have said or done. Remember, your perceptions aren’t always right, and sharing those perceptions with others will only create mischief!

Get a Coach. Too often we believe we need to rely only on ourselves. However, it’s a fact that successful people hire coaches! With the right tools and coach, you will blast through areas that are holding you back, create the right team and achieve the best solutions.

Organize. Organization helps you get things done faster by not wasting time looking for things and getting distracted. (Hint: schedule 20 minutes at a time to declutter and stay organized).

Expand. Open your mind by attending a class or workshop to learn something new.

Celebrate! Take time to celebrate the small and big successes, with yourself and with your team.

Believe! In yourself, your team, and your goals. This is your number one intention for the year! Without it, everything listed above will be for naught. (For additional insights, Is 2017 Your Year to Achieve Amazing Results? http://wp.me/p2POui-11u )

Your 2017 goals are meant to be achieved! Doing so will build success now and for your future.

©2017 Jeannette Seibly

Ready? Create a powerful 2017. Contact Jeannette Seibly @ http://SeibCo.com/contact  She will guide you through an amazing exercise designed to complete 2016 and prepare you for a great 2017! One client sold her company for $.5M by completing the exercise yearly, prior to the sale!

Why is it important to learn how to brag? Being aware of your successes helps you take actions consistent with your commitment to achieve amazing results! Get your copy of, It’s Time to Brag! Business Edition today: http://BizSavvyBrag.com.

Jeannette Seibly has been a business advisor and executive coach for 24 years; along the way she’s guided the creation of three millionaires. She is laser sharp at identifying the leverage points that will take a business and its team to the next level of performance and success. Check out her website, http://SeibCo.com , or contact Jeannette for a free, confidential conversation at http://SeibCo.com/contact. Remember to get your copy of her 5th and newest book, It’s Time to Brag! Business Edition: http://BizSavvyBrag.com.

Being a Leader Starts on the Inside

Successful leaders understand their success starts from within and is built on genuine confidence, competence and compassion — not false bravado. They know that leaders are not born as leaders, and they must do the work to earn their successes. They work smart and are respected by others, and many times (but not always) are liked by others too! Thus, they develop an inner leadership style that works for their employees, Board and customers, while effectively handling the outer actions required too.

As part of their commitment to being the best leader they can be, leaders hire an executive coach to help them achieve results and a mentor from within the industry to recognize new opportunities. These confidants help them recognize and fine-tune their blind spots and build their natural effectiveness. By inviting inside and outside perspectives, they build on their business experiences and improve their ability to make the right decisions for win-win-win outcomes.

Fine-tuning Your Inner Leader:

-Take responsibility for yourself and your decisions.

-Trust your inner voice to guide your words and actions, and realize the need to review ideas, thoughts, opinions and feelings with your coach and mentor for clarity. This helps you stay on the right path required to achieve your results.

-Value your ideas and others’ ideas too. Continue developing the fine art of working with and through others to build solutions.

-Respect yourself and others by listening without blame, judgment or criticism to elicit the best in others.

-Be comfortable with yourself, and ensure others are confident to follow your lead. Take the time to check in to ensure others are truly on the same page with you, not just parroting what you want to hear.

-Set aside your ego by sharing the credit and celebrating the successes of others.

-Create positive learning opportunities using the inevitable failures and mistakes often made. Teach by setting the right examples.

The strength of your leadership is a reflection of the authentic confidence, competence and compassion you have developed. Remember, it’s a lifelong process not a one-time event to become the leader you’ve always dreamed of being.

 “Successful leadership requires preparation and learning from any failures along the way!” Jeannette Seibly http://ow.ly/Kp34R

Jeannette Seibly has been an international business advisor and executive coach for over 23 years. She has guided the creation of countless leaders. Are you the next one? http://SeibCo.com/contact

©Jeannette Seibly, 2014-2016

Are you hanging on to things that need to be done?

The holidays can create a lot of stress with so many things needing to be done.

Have you considered … you don’t need to do them all?

First clarify, then, prioritize…Make a list (yes, check it twice). Now, highlight only the top two items. Stop committing to those things that aren’t going to support your priorities right now. Cross off those you are not going to do. When you have completed the top two, then, you can move on to your next two priorities, if they are still important.

Second, release. Instead of making excuses for what you don’t get done, or don’t want to do, let go of the should’s, could’s, would’s. They only sap your energy and you end up doing nothing.  Be careful of rationalizing excuses like, “It’s must not be that important if I don’t get it done.” There is always time to get done what you’re really committed to doing.

Now, take focused action. Interestingly, you are no longer overwhelmed. When you wake up each day, you are ready to get done what you need to do by focusing on top priorities. This quick three-step process will provide you with the energy you need to enjoy your holidays (and your work days).

Remember, your mental monologue is not your friend! Stop listening to it. Stick with the clarity of your top priorities and do them. Now, joy and ease can naturally occur.

Enjoy your holidays!

©Jeannette L. Seibly, 2015

Jeannette Seibly has been a business advisor and facilitator for over 23 years; she guides the creation of new solutions for business challenges and is the author of over 300 articles and 4 published books designed to help business leaders lead from excellence.  Check out her website: http://SeibCo.com or contact Jeannette at http://SeibCo.com/contact.

 

 

Are you career ready for sky-high success?

Working smart today does not require climbing up the rungs on the traditional career ladder — working hard, long hours and patiently biding your time until an opportunity occurs. Instead it requires career readiness, job fit and focused action to achieve sky-high success, while developing the career muscles required physically, spiritually, mentally and emotionally to support your ascent. Attempting to ascend before you’re ready can cause a descent that hinders your future.

9 career fitness work-outs to move upward

Develop the muscles for:

  • Excellence. Accepting mediocrity is a cop-out. We’ve all heard about the 10,000 hours required to become a master. It’s simple. Take the time to learn your job and delve into the details to build mental readiness. You will become recognized as an expert in your profession – now the career fun begins.
  • Building job depth and breadth by learning the different facets of your job. This will build natural credibility, new opportunities, fun and financial rewards.
  • Eliciting the best from others … whether it is your boss, client, co-worker or vendor!
  • Designing, planning and executing programs and plans. This is where many professionals fail. This requires managing a dual focus: developing the individuals on your team while superbly handling technical and others issues (e.g., budget, time, legal, systems, etc.) that arise.
  • Handling success and failure! Everyone naturally wants to be successful. However, the secret to building inner strength as a leader is to deal with failure and turn it around. This develops emotional and spiritual readiness. The process helps you handle, and not shy away from, the tougher issues, the mark of a durable leader.
  • Strong verbal and non-verbal communication skills. These are required to express yourself, while helping and supporting others to do the same.
  • Listening to learn your occupation, company and industry.
  • Bridging the gaps by taking time to listen to others’ ideas and construct win-win pathways to turn ideas into solutions.
  • Helping others succeed. This helps you build your own success. Remember, givers get. Having a sole focus on yourself will hinder your upward progression towards sky-high success.

Last, but not least, remember, every up-and-coming person has a coach. Hire one today. This will provide you the ability to ascend upward at a pace that works best for you.

©Jeannette Seibly, 2015

To ensure you’re on the career path that fits you and prepares you for future opportunities, contact SeibCo.com/contact

Jeannette Seibly is an award-winning and internationally recognized business advisor. For the past 23 years, she has helped thousands of people work smarter, enjoy financial freedom, and realize their dreams now.  She has an uncanny ability to help her clients identify roadblocks, and help them focus to quickly produce unprecedented results.  Each client brings their own unique challenges, and her gift is helping each one create their success in their own unique way. Along the way, with her commitment, she helped create three millionaires.

Asking for Help Makes You a Better Leader

It’s the trademark of many successful business leaders.

Here’s why we don’t ask:

  • – We rationalize we don’t have time to ask for help.
  • – We are afraid to ask for clarification of a project due to our pride.
  • – We naively believe we know what our boss, company and clients need without asking them for their input.

As a result, we lose countless hours of productivity and fail to achieve intended results. These lost opportunities cost companies millions and may sabotage your career!

A true story! Someone was late for a meeting due to lack of planning on where the restaurant was located. They couldn’t find the restaurant and simply gave up. They didn’t ask for help or use technology (411 (directory assistant), GPS, or MapQuest), and, the restaurant was only 2 miles away!

Question: Would you want to work with someone who won’t ask for help? 

Answer: Probably not. And, we’ll never know the opportunities they lost out on!

Get in action. Stop rationalizing why you are afraid to ask others for their input. Asking questions of others takes less time and energy than rationalizing! When seeking advice, we become more competent and confident. The process helps us resolve issues, move forward to complete stopped projects, or achieve our intended outcome faster. Asking for help allows us to follow through and sets us apart from our competition.

Work smarter, not harder, means asking for clarification up front. Ask relevant questions, truly listen and stay on point in the conversation. It can take less than two minutes to ask a question, and that simple act can save mega time, money and frustration so you don’t do unnecessary work. Although the response may take 20 minutes, pay now or pay later. (Think, 20 minutes now vs. 20+ hours later attempting to resolve the issue and save the relationship.)

Plan ahead for 100% success. Ask your advisor, vendor, co-worker or boss about potential breakdowns and pitfalls. They are a reality. Known challenges will not stop you when you plan for them. It’s the unknown that limits our ability for a successful outcome.

Don’t be afraid to stretch the limits. Use technology, ask people, meet with advisors and review systems for new opportunities that allow you to push the envelope. But, don’t have them cost you price, service or functionality. New ideas are great, but, may not be beneficial if implemented without the proper due diligence and asking enough questions of the right people.

©Jeannette L. Seibly, 2010-2015

 Jeannette Seibly is laser sharp at identifying the leverage points that will take a business and its team to the next level of performance and success. Her unique combination of strategic and tactical people and business experiences includes being execution-oriented, customer-focused and business results-focused. She has guided the creation of three millionaires and countless million-dollar results for companies and not-for-profits. She is an innovator who loves producing amazing results with and through others, on time and within budget, as a team.

Can an Apology Save Your Career?

Most of us believe we are not responsible for our expressions and actions. Many leaders and co-workers reinforce poor interpersonal practices (saying, “That’s OK.” “No problem.” “I do that too.”). We fail to address the aftermath of any damage done by our actions and words. In our busy-ness we often allow ourselves to be distracted in our conversations because we are thinking of other things we need to do or formulating rebuttals. By the time we open our mouths, out pops something critical or negative and not on point in the conversation.

The problem is twofold. First, we take it personally when others express themselves frankly and truthfully. Second, we expect others to get over the things we say or do at their expense, including when we violate an agreement. Sadly, we are so adamant about our right to be right that when they extend an olive branch to let us know they are concerned or upset and wish to resolve the problem, we swat them down.

Being aware and conscious before you say something inappropriate and choosing not to say it works best. When that fails and the words slip out, apologizing can quickly save a brilliant career. When you have offended someone, stop and review your action or words from their perspective. Saying “I apologize,” “I’m so sorry,” “Please forgive me,” or “It was not my intention to … ” can build a healthy bridge toward healing relationships, building trust and loyalty, creating effective work teams, and soliciting better ideas. Remember, your attitude and behaviors carry a lot of weight—use them appropriately.

©Jeannette Seibly, 2010-2015

Jeannette Seibly is a business advisor for business owners and executives of $5MM to $30MM enterprises creating million dollar results, and along the way guided the creation of three millionaires. Contact her at JLSeibly@SeibCo.com for a free consultation of how to achieve amazing results.

To get career fit, contact SeibCo today: http://SeibCo.com/contact

To “Get Your Brag On!” purchase the book, “It’s Time to Brag! Career Edition” go to: http://Time2Brag.com 

 

10 Career Mistakes You Will Make

I recently talked with a company president, who wasn’t enjoying his job and doing what he did best, sell. As a result, the company was suffering because he wasn’t happy. With my help, he hired a general manager and focused his attention on developing his sales team to sell. He learned by correcting his mistake and moving forward with intentionality — enjoying his job again. The company quickly regained profitability.

Throughout my 23 years of executive coaching, I discovered there are business professionals that quickly excel, and some that take longer than others to “get it.” Some never get there and relive their mistakes, instead of learning from them. Those that move forward in their careers faster know it requires self-awareness, willingness to roll-up your sleeves to learn the job and ability to work with and through others to achieve the intended results.

The common factor for those who moved forward and excelled quickly is they hired an executive coach – to talk and walk them through their career mistakes. Whether you believe you will make mistakes or not – rest assured you will make them. By working with an executive coach, you will be able to identify mistakes quickly and use them as learning opportunities.

10 Key Traits that Make a Difference

  1. It’s not about you. This is probably the biggest error you will make. You will allow your ego to get in the way, and make the career journey all about you — your wants and your desires. Focus on developing your people by practicing humility and appreciation for others.
  2. Be respected and liked. While it’s important to be both, you will probably focus on being liked at the expense of being respected. Unfortunately, likeability is fickle. In order to attract and keep great clients and top employees, learn how to make tough, and at times, unpopular decisions.
  3. Do the right things the right way. It requires taking the time to investigate, ask the right questions and ensure the workability of any idea or change. Too often in your haste — mostly due to lack of experience and failure to listen — the expedient route is taken. This quick fix derails results and deters people from following your leadership.
  4. Patience is not a virtue. While everything is not urgent, having too much patience will actually send the wrong message to your team, clients and bosses. Develop the ability to get priorities done in a timely manner. Design systems to ensure the customer (internal and external) are consistently served in a timely way. Be sure the procedures and policies are being followed.
  5. Healthy conflict. Become a healthy leader by knowing how to disagree without creating a battle, or war. Be comfortable sharing differing ideas and concerns through brainstorming to ensure everyone is heard. This is a great opportunity for you to become a strong facilitator that ensures win-win outcomes.
  6. Build trust. Elicit the best in others — it will build loyalty. Stop using language like punish, discipline and other demeaning words. People do not take well to threats of losing their job, pay raise, bonus, etc. Employees are adults. It’s important for you to treat them as peers.
  7. Compassion. It’s important to empathize with others and their challenges – personal issues will occur. Allow them opportunities to process their grief and upset in a manner that doesn’t detract from the group. However, be aware of employees who create mischief or have too many excuses for not getting their work done. They are often in the wrong job.
  8. Entrepreneurial mindset. Too often you love to talk about the “big” picture, believing you have the greatest insights. However, all talk and no action limits your career. Roll-up your sleeves, brainstorm ideas, create the right team, and design workable action plans. Then, manage the milestones along the way to ensure intended results, optimal performance and profitability.
  9. Take responsibility. With the title and paycheck comes the responsibility for how well your team achieves the intended results, and the process of how they get there. Without micro-managing, check in and ensure people are on-track, customer complaints are handled effectively, and any problems are quickly resolved before they become future elephants.
  10. Have fun and celebrate. Daily, weekly, monthly and/or quarterly take time to acknowledge any and all achievements with the team. Objectively review those items that didn’t work out as expected. Create do-able goals for the next time period and know that together the people on the team can achieve anything.

If your career is not moving upward, talk with an executive coach to help you focus on the issues that will make a positive and powerful difference for you, your team and company.

©Jeannette Seibly, 2015

Jeannette Seibly has been a business advisor and facilitator for over 23 years; she guides the creation of new solutions for business challenges and is the author of two books, Hire Amazing Employees (BizSavvyHire.com) and It’s Time to Brag! (Time2Brag.com). Check out her website: http://SeibCo.com or contact Jeannette at http://SeibCo.com/contact.

To get career fit, contact SeibCo today: http://SeibCo.com/contact

To purchase the book, “It’s Time to Brag! Career Edition” go to: http://Time2Brag.com  

Do you need caffeine to do your job?

 

“Your best performance of today must become your normal performance of tomorrow.” James Arthur Ray, author of the book, Life Unleased: A Blueprint for Ultimate Human Performance

 

According to a Gallup poll, over 71 percent of us get up every morning and go to jobs we hate.

Having a job you enjoy, engaging in work responsibilities that keep you awake and excelling in your career is a gift to you, your family and your employer! It reduces the ever-present need for caffeine to stay awake. It also helps you avoid boredom and surpass your norm—which can be very inspiring to you and others!

5 ways to stay off the caffeine

How can you use your current position to build a career that fits you and provides a positive difference in the quality of your life—professionally and personally?

  1. Learn the basics of the job, company and industry. Many of us fail to learn the basics of any job assignment. The key to learning any job is drilling down to the finer points. This requires rolling up your sleeves and not hovering at 30,000 feet. By doing so, you will uncover new opportunities and be able to incorporate technology to make the job easier and create new efficiencies. Don’t forget to inquire about the legal ramifications, P&L, ROI and other business metrics, and other important data required to make better decisions. Learn how to use this information effectively and communicate it appropriately—it will advance your career quickly.
  2. Build on the basics to develop mastery in your work—however beware of jumping from 0 to 100 and skipping all the steps in between. Learning your job is a process, and overestimating your skills and knowledge will create internal chaos and stress for you and others.
  3. Get out of the office and become a business partner. Meet with others during their coffee break. Never eat lunch alone. Set up one-on-one meetings. Interview other employees and management about how to improve the services and quality your department provides to achieve the company’s mission and vision.
  4. Network outside your company and develop a reputation of being the go-to person. Get to know others in your profession and industry, including their challenges and solutions. This will keep you out of “know-it-all” thinking that is often internally bred and can derail future career choices and options.
  5. Join a trade or professional organization—attend meetings and participate in events. Talk with others to expand your thinking and how to address ever-present issues and develop new solutions.

Ensure you’re on the career path that fits you and prepares you for future opportunities

The Pathway PlannerTM, based upon the world’s largest validation and reliability studies, uses the same assessment information that thousands of companies use to hire. (For more information, contact http://SeibCo.com/contact.) This educational and career planning tool helps people discover what career possibilities best suit them at any age (16++). The key, like anything, is taking action and learn about different career paths that may fit. SeibCo provides the how-to in the book It’s Time to Brag! Career Edition, (Time2Brag.com). This book also includes networking and interviewing advice for success.

To get career fit, contact SeibCo today: http://SeibCo.com/contact

To purchase the book, It’s Time to Brag! Career Edition, go to http://Time2Brag.com 

Jeannette Seibly is an award-winning and internationally recognized business advisor. For the past 23 years, she has helped thousands of people work smarter, enjoy financial freedom, and realize their dreams now. She has an uncanny ability to help her clients identify roadblocks and help them focus to quickly produce unprecedented results. Each client brings their own unique challenges; Jeannette’s gift is helping each one create their success in their own unique way. Along the way, with her commitment she helped create three millionaires.

Handling Devious Corporate Foxes

(Originally posted on July 31, 2013)

“Foxes are devious—have you given one of them the keys to your office?”

Last Friday I had someone tweet me in response to the above posted caption. The person had given trust to another, and it turned out to be bad news. I’m sure many of you can personally and professionally relate to this experience. I know I can.

Unfortunately, foxes are devious and manipulative creatures. It’s simply their nature. But for people, being devious is often unconscious and based on fear of failure. The key is to become aware of devious people as quickly as possible by listening to your inner leader, or voice. Don’t second-guess yourself based upon your most recent interaction with the person, or your fear of not being strong enough to handle the situation.

Don’t immediately fire someone without conducting proper due diligence, stick your head in the sand hoping it will go away on its own, or jump into a new project, career, or job. These types of knee-jerk reactions will follow you.

First, look within to see what the life lesson is. Second, discuss the situation with your business advisor or executive coach for any additional insights. Now, make your decision and follow through on making the appropriate changes from a place of inner strength and leadership.

How have you successfully handled a devious fox in your company? How did it impact your career?

©Jeannette L. Seibly, 2013

SeibCo, LLC

 

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