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  • Be A Light, Not A Judge

    Be A Light, Not A Judge

    As we look to lift others, think of those in your life where you can be a light. Those who may have been passed over, discriminated against, neglected, or need a champion to lift them up.

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  • Six Ways To Help Your Organization Be More Inclusive

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  • The Gossip Effect

    The Gossip Effect

    Building a winning culture is on everyone's mind, but an often overlooked aspect is the effect that gossip has on trust, and ultimately culture.

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  • Evaluate the impact unconscious bias has on your team.

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  • I Can't Do That

    I Can't Do That

    Scott Miller explores the power of being deliberate about the stories we tell ourselves, how we frame situations, and the impact it has on the results we achieve and things we believe.

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  • The Impact Of Bias On Innovation

    The Impact Of Bias On Innovation

    If you think that unconscious bias only applies to interpersonal relationships, think again. Bias can have a massive impact on your organization’s ability to innovate effectively.

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  • 7 Tips To Combat Bias In The Workplace

    7 Tips To Combat Bias In The Workplace

    You’ve decided to take bias seriously, but don’t know where to begin. Here are some tips to help you succeed in identifying and addressing bias in your personal and professional life.

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  • 3 Qualities Common To Great Leaders

    3 Qualities Common To Great Leaders

    Scott Miller shares three qualities common to all great leaders, especially among previous guests of FranklinCovey On Leadership.

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  • Bias Isn't Limited To Negative Thoughts

    Bias Isn't Limited To Negative Thoughts

    Bias isn’t just about ‘disliking’ someone, or something, it is equally about favoring groups or individuals over others.

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  • Scratching The Surface Of Unconscious Bias

    Scratching The Surface Of Unconscious Bias

    Gender and race aren’t the only areas where people commonly harbor unconscious (and conscious) biases. Here are some other common (and lesser-known) areas where bias comes into play.

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  • Confronting Bias in the Workplace

    Confronting Bias in the Workplace

    Are your likes and dislikes based on objective fact or your own subjective experience? The first step to confronting unconscious bias is to admit to yourself that you can be harboring these biases.

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  • Common Causes of Bias

    Common Causes of Bias

    Everyone has biases, whether they are conscious or conscious, but where do they come from? Bias is often traced back to these five things.

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  • Abundance Mentality

    Abundance Mentality

    Scott Miller discusses the abundance mentality, how it affects our personal brands, and how Guy Kawasaki is a perfect model of it in action.

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  • Dangerous Shortcuts

    Dangerous Shortcuts

    Unconscious biases form shortcuts to help our brains process a massive amount of information each day. These shortcuts help prevent overload, but can also cause us to make poor decisions.

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  • Is Bias Calling The Shots In Your Organization?

    Is Bias Calling The Shots In Your Organization?

    Combat the unconscious biases that are affecting decision making in your organization.

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  • 8 Culture Building Questions That Every Leader and Team Member Must Answer

    8 Culture Building Questions That Every Leader and Team Member Must Answer

    Patrick Leddin shares 8 questions that every leader and team member must answer when it comes to building culture within their organization.

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  • Early Morning Effectiveness

    Early Morning Effectiveness

    Scott Miller shares his method to be more effective in the morning by questioning what he should do, not just what he can do.

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  • Separating Fact From Emotion

    Separating Fact From Emotion

    Separate thoughts and emotions from facts. Become aware of the internal narrative you tell yourself so that you can question it. In doing so, you will break ineffective scripts and habits.

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  • Is Leadership Right For You?

    Is Leadership Right For You?

    Senior leadership must be brutally honest, pragmatic, and clear about how hard this job is, what it really takes, and what it's going to take from you—and maybe even take away from you.

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  • Beware The Dark Side Of Exponential Sales Growth

    Beware The Dark Side Of Exponential Sales Growth

    Too many companies let sales quantity drive quality. Put quality first and align your sales team’s goals with your long-term strategy, and create real, sustainable growth.

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  • When It Comes To Sales, It's Not How You Play The Game But How You Play To The Crowd

    When It Comes To Sales, It's Not How You Play The Game But How You Play To The Crowd

    Learn how shifting to a true customer-centric mindset brings sustainable growth through increased renewal rates, better margins and improved relationships with customers.

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  • A Great Résumé Can Be Deceiving; Here's How To Sidestep The Experience Trap

    A Great Résumé Can Be Deceiving; Here's How To Sidestep The Experience Trap

    When it comes to sales teams, hiring for experience doesn't come cheap. And it can actually represent a harmful trap. Here's how to avoid it.

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