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Executive and Leadership Coaching from Katherine Bryant
Executive and Leadership Coaching from Katherine Bryant

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Great tips from eat the frog to scanning for red flags, get super productive with these small changes to your routine.
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Four top executives share their advice for a culture conducive to creativity.
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Great insights here for anyone aiming for the C Suite.
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Physical activity boosts short-term brain function and heightens awareness. And even on days they don’t train — which rules out fatigue as a factor — those who habitually push their bodies tend to confront daily stressors with a stoic demeanor.
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Tech needs leaders. Leaders are people. To ride the wave, you need to accept and adapt. Get familiar with tech. Companies, leaders and people that don't adapt quickly enough will be at best, disadvantaged, and at worst, displaced & discarded.
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Richard Branson knows that innovation is key to survival, and has put his money where his mouth is by launching over 400 companies (so far) under the Virgin brand.
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Only 2 in 10 employees strongly agree that their performance is managed in a way that motivates them to do outstanding work - so what is the point of these reviews?! How are you reviewed at work? Is the process helpful & encouraging? Love to hear as if not, we need to fix it
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My thoughts on why creating inclusive cultures for mutligenerational teams is so critical to business leaders today & the huge benefits of doing so to the organisation and the individuals.
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New research provides evidence that women consistently rate their own performance lower than men do. This is something that needs to be considered and addressed if we are to successfully tackle gender equality at work.
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