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diplomacy

Be a Helper: Why We Need Diplomacy When Things Get Ugly

By: Dr. MaryJo Burchard Just a few days ago, the unthinkable happened in my community. My city – one of the safest cities in the U.S. – experienced a tragedy beyond imagination, and we are all still reeling from it ...
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appreciation

Appreciation: Infinitely More than Recognition

Sharon sat down and stared at the “Employee of the Year” plaque on her wall. She knew this was a high honor, but after the last 24 hours, the distinction felt hollow. She could not understand where the frustration and ...
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diverse work environment

How to Motivate in Diverse Work Environments

Dr. MaryJo Burchard works in the East Coast office of MasterMinds Leadership to help leaders clarify and focus on what's most important to them, optimizing their personal and professional effectiveness through data-driven coaching and training. “The greatest gift we can give to ...
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navigating change

Navigating Change at Work

Successfully navigating change requires taking a good, hard look at your values—first and foremost. For generations, conventional organizations could approach change like a sailor approached the sea: though sailors could not control the elements, they could predict the elements within reason and grow ...
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organizational culture

Organizational Culture Defines Engagement

Dr. MaryJo Burchard works in the East Coast office of MasterMinds Leadership to help leaders clarify and focus on what's most important to them, optimizing their personal and professional effectiveness through data-driven coaching and training. “The greatest gift we can give to ...
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