Tag Archives: Leadership

What Does Your Body Language Say About You? Helpful Tips on Effective Communication


Does your mouth say the same thing as your body? The gestures we make during conversation often tell a very different story than the words coming out of our mouth. Even when we don’t use our words, our bodies still … Continue reading

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The Key to Creating Valuable Relationships


Recently I was reminded of the importance in giving to receive. Naturally we tend to have an expectation of others to give to us without first considering how we can be of service to them. When we go about our … Continue reading

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Why Power Does not Equal Leadership


In the famous words of Dwight D. Eisenhower, “You do not lead by hitting people over the head — that’s assault, not leadership.” We all have power on some level or another. How we use that power is very different … Continue reading

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Why Honesty in Business Equals Success Part 3


Honesty requires courage. Have the courage to say No. Have the courage to face the Truth. Do the right thing because it is right. These are the magic keys to living your life with integrity. ~ W. Clement Stone No … Continue reading

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Why Honesty in Business Equals Success Part 2


What does honesty really mean?  Here’s the real truth. Being honest is a learned behavior. How it begins: It’s a natural instinct to be untruthful. It starts when we are young, we make a mistake, break something, go against our … Continue reading

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Why Honesty in Business Equals Success Part 1


Most people work under the assumption that doing business requires one to be “cut throat”, harsh or selfish. When we think of business, we don’t think of nice people doing great things. We think of competition, getting more customers, more … Continue reading

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June Book Pick!


Don’t forget to subscribe to this blog for your chance to WIN a copy of this book!  This month we picked Van Moody’s The People Factor. Here’s what Van Moody helps the reader to discover: How to have healthy relationships with unhealthy people How … Continue reading

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Love – Lift – Lead


A grand mistake often made in business is separating leadership from love. Ah yes, the great divide of emotion from the workplace. Here’s the real deal: True leadership starts from a loving place with roots grounded in lifting others up … Continue reading

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Excuse me, Can you Please Stop Interrupting Your Success?


The one thing I find many of my clients and colleagues have in common is excuses. I often hear of goals, life objectives and hopeful achievements during our conversations and when I pose the question inquiring about the action behind … Continue reading

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Employee Engagement [Infographic]


Great Infographic by FUZEMary V. Davids is the Founder and Managing Member of D&M Consulting Services, LLC. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management and a Master’s Degree in Human Resource Management. Mary has over a decade of experience … Continue reading

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