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Suzanne Origlio
The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why. – Mark Twain Having a clear sense of purpose is a powerful motivator. One of the best resources I provide people is teaching them how to gain clarity around what they are trying to...
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Have you given up on your New Year’s resolutions? Don’t feel bad if you have, you’re certainly not alone. Did you know there is a National Quitters’ Day? This is the day that researchers have identified as the point when most people give up on the resolutions set on January 1: to start that new...
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Is your lack of executive presence keeping you from getting results? One of the most common reasons that leaders don’t get chosen for a high-level position is because they do not have executive presence. What does it mean to be lacking in executive presence? Could it be the reason you didn’t get that promotion, even though...
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We are hearing a lot about how to manage change in healthcare. Unfortunately, the focus is generally on the mechanics: how will we reorganize, what new structures and processes will be put in place. The human side of organizational change is often ignored. If leaders overlook the importance of managing the transition period, that unavoidable...
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A New Role Requires A New Set of Skills.   Many of us are familiar with the adage, “What got you here, won’t get you there.”  It applies to people who have proven their expertise in a technical area but are now facing roadblocks to achieving results.  This description is particularly relevant when talking about physicians who...
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Anyone can call themselves a coach and there are many different types of coaches, but how can you tell if someone is the right coach for you? When choosing a professional leadership coach, it comes down to three key factors: caring, competence, and chemistry. Before deciding to work with a coach, you should try to...
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