Monthly Archives: January 2020

Leading in Crisis

Leading in Crisis

In this episode of the CQ for Global Leaders Podcast, Tom discusses the five things a leader must do in times of crisis and uncertainty. Leading in Crisis A crisis can be defined as when things that are completely unexpected occur and it basically impacts the lives of the people around you. The first thing […]

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WHO IS YOUR ROLE MODEL?

Who is your role model? Or perhaps the question should be, who are your role models? Why are these people your role models, and what have you learned from them? I’ve been reflecting on this topic of role models recently, because of some work I’ve been doing with leadership teams. An exercise that we’ve been […]

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Logic vs Emotion

Logic vs Emotion

In this episode of the CQ for Global Leaders Podcast, Tom discusses logic vs emotion and why it’s important for leaders to engage with their people on a personal level to inspire them to take action and create a more inclusive workforce. Logic vs Emotion Facts are important. Logic makes people think but emotion makes […]

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YOUR LEADERSHIP JOURNEY

I was working with an executive client recently, and I asked him to map his leadership journey. He said, ‘Hmm, I don’t think I’ve ever done that.’ I said, ‘Well, let’s try it. Look at the time when you first started your career, and over the last 20 years, what has your leadership journey looked […]

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How Are You Perceived?

How Are You Perceived?

In this episode of the CQ for Global Leaders Podcast, Tom discusses how leaders can effectively manage and influence how they are perceived by others. How Are You Perceived? Having a high level of self-awareness is critical in order to understand how others see you as a leader. Without self-awareness, you wouldn’t know how you […]

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CONFIDENT OR ARROGANT

What’s the difference between confidence and arrogance? To quote one of my mentors, Dr. Alan Weiss, ‘Confidence is having the ability, or the knowledge that you have something of value worth sharing and that you are always open to learning about other things. Arrogance, on the other hand, is feeling you have something of value […]

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Self-Awareness

Self-Awareness

In this episode of the CQ for Global Leaders Podcast, Tom discusses the importance of self-awareness in leadership.  Self-Awareness Self-awareness means being attuned to yourself physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually. We all have weaknesses or areas where we can improve. The key challenge is figuring out how we fix those gaps. Our strength is what […]

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