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Self-Awareness: The Key to Better Listening

Self-Awareness: The Key to Better Listening By Ruth Ballard, PowerUp Leadership Communication is the backbone of all relationships, personal or professional. We notice the need for communication most clearly when we see it break down, creating confusion, anxiety, and conflict that prevent teams from reaching their full potential. To resolve communication mishaps, a common impulse is to […]

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How to Create Connection in Remote Meetings

How to Create Connection in Remote MeetingsBy Ruth Ballard, PowerUp LeadershipVideo Meetings: Pros and ConsMore and more workplaces are finding it necessary to adopt remote or hybrid models, and though many employees enjoy the benefits of working from home, it’s hard to deny that maintaining social connection within teams has become more challenging than ever. […]

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Crisis Leadership During COVID-19

Social isolation and volatility of the financial markets are the perfect cocktail for mental health issues, disengagement and low productivity. How can employers best support their employees?Disruption Brings New Opportunitiesby Susan Power, Founder & CEO of PowerUPLeadership  Amazon announced this week that they are hiring 100,000 new employees globally as a result of the spike of online […]

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Showing Up Fully Each Day

by Susan Power, Founder & CEO of Power HR  Multiply Your Leaders to Grow Your Business”We Are Constantly Broadcasting Who We Are in Everything We Say and Do.”  — Shahmeen Sadiq, Anjali LeadershipI am in because I want to see real change now!The other day, my coach, Shahmeen Sadiq of  Anjali Leadership reminded me that everyday […]

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Why the Best Leaders Embrace Vulnerability?

  Brené Brown, an expert on social connection, spent a decade researching the attributes of people that form the deepest relationships with other people.  Four common themes emerged among the thousands of interviews that she conducted with people who were most successful connecting with others: courage, connection, compassion, and vulnerability. Brown’s famous Ted Talk on […]

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