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Emotional Intelligence for Effective Leadership

Greg Salciccioli - Thursday, March 30, 2017

Being able to relate well to people is a high priority for great leaders. One of the best ways to cultivate people skills early on is through the practice of active listening. Have you ever come away from a conversation with someone feeling valued, heard and affirmed? Did it surprise you how well they listened to you and how many details they remembered from your last conversation? Maybe you wondered how they did it.  Read more...


It’s Good to “No”

Greg Salciccioli - Friday, March 24, 2017

Why is it so hard to say "no"? Could it be because we don't want to disappoint someone? Probably, but there are many reasons we avoid saying "no". This quote by Dr. Brown captures the primary reason why we say "yes" most of the time. Read more...


Disconnect to Be More Connected

Greg Salciccioli - Friday, March 17, 2017

Chances are, there’s a habit you and I practice daily that is causing conflict in our relationships. It’s not forgetting to walk the dog or not putting the cap back on the toothpaste. The problem is with looking at our phones. Read more...



Eat Right and Live Well

Greg Salciccioli - Monday, March 06, 2017

Eating healthy is something I get excited to talk about. When we discover foods that promote our well-being, it shows in our energy levels and productivity. As a leadership coach, one of the central topics I tackle first with my clients is diet. Believe it or not, what you choose to eat sets a precedent for your day.  Read more...


Rest for Success

Greg Salciccioli - Monday, March 06, 2017

As Americans, we are among the most entertained and stimulated people on the planet. Sociologists believe this is because we have more access to content and connection than any generation that has come before us. Everything is available online. We don’t even have to leave the house to get groceries if we don’t want to! Read more...



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