Greatness Is Not For You
Jesse Lyn Stoner ~ Seapoint Center
by Jesse Lyn Stoner
10M ago
What do you believe about greatness? Do you hear the call to greatness or is it reserved for a select special few? Great Quotes on Greatness “Everyone has the power for greatness — not for fame, but greatness, because greatness is determined by service.” ~ Martin Luther King Jr. “Never underestimate the power of dreams ..read more
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How to Resolve the Roots of Disagreement
Jesse Lyn Stoner ~ Seapoint Center
by Jesse Lyn Stoner
10M ago
Most disagreements are due to differing interpretations of the facts. For example, John’s glass vase was broken when Carlos dropped it. This is an objective fact – an event that occurred. John is angry because he believes Carlos did it on purpose. John’s interpretation of the event (that Carlos did it on purpose) is what ..read more
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How Leaders Foster 100% Responsibility
Jesse Lyn Stoner ~ Seapoint Center
by John Izzo
10M ago
Guest post by Dr. John Izzo Almost every leader of a team or organization of any size wants their people to step up to 100% Responsibility – to take full responsibility for their own careers, for their own engagement, for winning every customer, for driving innovation, for keeping costs down, and on the list goes ..read more
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How to make it through the holidays
Jesse Lyn Stoner ~ Seapoint Center
by Jesse Lyn Stoner
10M ago
It’s an understatement to say that 2020 has been a stressful year, and it’s likely the holidays will be more difficult than usual. Many have been isolated from friends and loved ones for over eight months and are facing a long winter of continued social distancing. The economy might be booming on Wall Street, but ..read more
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Give Me The Facts, Just the Facts
Jesse Lyn Stoner ~ Seapoint Center
by Jesse Lyn Stoner
10M ago
Facts are bite size pieces of reality. There is no such thing as an “alternative fact.” If you start to believe there are alternate realities, it will make you crazy because there is nothing you can depend on. 2 + 2 equals 4. The sun rose this morning. You need oxygen to breathe. These are ..read more
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The 7 Damaging Power Gaps Women Face and How Leaders Can Help
Jesse Lyn Stoner ~ Seapoint Center
by Kathy Caprino
10M ago
Guest post by Kathy Caprino Several years ago, I began to notice some very common, repetitive patterns emerging in terms of what professional women were dealing with in their careers and jobs that were blocking them from the success, reward and impact they were longing for. I decided to pull back the lens to identify ..read more
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Leading Innovation Though Nobilizing
Jesse Lyn Stoner ~ Seapoint Center
by Chip R. Bell
10M ago
Guest post by Chip R. Bell When I was a teenager preparing to go out on a date or go out with friends, my dad would always say to me, “Son, don’t forget who you are and that we believe in you.”  It was his way of grounding me in the rich legacy of a ..read more
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Resilience: What It Really Is and 5 Tips to Find It
Jesse Lyn Stoner ~ Seapoint Center
by Eileen McDargh
10M ago
Guest Post by Eileen McDargh The shock waves keep coming: the pandemic, economic downturns, massive unemployment, social upheaval and heightened awareness of racial injustices, and most recently – incessant fires and hurricanes. We need to be resilient to deal with all this. But what does that mean? It depends on how you define resilience. According ..read more
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Women Make Better Leaders, Especially in a Crisis
Jesse Lyn Stoner ~ Seapoint Center
by Mary Key
10M ago
The time has come to better support women in leadership (and more “feminine” traits in all) because women make better leaders. Guest Post by Mary Key ..read more
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How Leaders Can Defeat Unconscious Bias in Their Organizational Culture
Jesse Lyn Stoner ~ Seapoint Center
by Gleb Tsipursky
3y ago
How do you as a leader defeat unconscious bias in your organizational culture? First, you need to know what it is. Unconscious bias refers to unconscious forms of discrimination and stereotyping based on race, gender, sexuality, ethnicity, ability, age, and so on. Unconscious bias relates to perceptions between different groups and are specific for the […] The post How Leaders Can Defeat Unconscious Bias in Their Organizational Culture appeared first on Seapoint Center for Collaborative Leadership ..read more
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