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Leading in the Discomfort Zone
Taking Chances to Create Change

Leading in the Discomfort Zone

For most people the word, “discomfort,” conjures up a physical sensation—a slight sick feeling in the stomach, a disorienting unease, an accelerating heart rate. Whatever is happening, chances are, it...
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Operational Issues Can Be Your Greatest Asset:  DUAL SCREEN MANAGEMENT®
Leadership/Management

Operational Issues Can Be Your Greatest Asset: DUAL SCREEN MANAGEMENT®

Download article as a PDF Most executives view the countless daily operational issues they face as negative and a drag on the business. These problems certainly can be a hassle...
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Can the “Real Me” Succeed to Lead? – Part 2
Self-Improvement

Can the “Real Me” Succeed to Lead? – Part 2

Five Building Blocks for Closing the Gap Between Personal and Executive Presence Part 2: Five Building Blocks By Julie Benezet "Always be a first-rate version of yourself and not a...
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Can the “Real Me” Lead and Succeed? – Part 1
Self-Improvement

Can the “Real Me” Lead and Succeed? – Part 1

Five Building Blocks for Closing the Gap Between Personal and Executive Presence  Part 1: Minding the Gap By Julie Benezet “Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.”  The ever-quotable Oscar...
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Introducing “The View from the Treehouse”
Journey Books

Introducing “The View from the Treehouse”

Rebranding the Blog Introducing "The View from the Treehouse" By Julie Benezet My first book, The Journey of Not Knowing: How 21st Century Leaders Can Chart a Course Where There...
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Taking the “Micro” Out of Micromanagement
Decoding Human Behavior

Taking the “Micro” Out of Micromanagement

Seven Steps Toward Shifting From Micromanagement to Management On our way to trying to make new things happen, we often bump into our own self-sabotaging behaviors. In our Journey of...
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My Elliptical Life: Three Ways to Ground Yourself to Lead in Chaotic Times
Overcoming Uncertainty

My Elliptical Life: Three Ways to Ground Yourself to Lead in Chaotic Times

By Julie Benezet Two years ago, my doctor told me to face facts: if I continued to run, my knees would turn into sponge cake, or words to that effect....
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How are Mindfulness and Executive Presence Related:Four Principles to Follow
Decoding Human Behavior Leadership/Management

How are Mindfulness and Executive Presence Related:
Four Principles to Follow

Two years ago, when I first wrote about mindfulness and executive presence, it was near impossible to live in the modern world and not to have seen the barrage of...
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