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Could your weakness be your competitive advantage?

A doctor’s office has found a way to turn “late appointments” into something positive, to turn a flaw into a benefit. Can we apply the same principle in our organizations?

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You’re not wrong, you’re increasingly right!

Think of decision-making as an ongoing process where each misstep is not a fatal error, but rather an opportunity to correct course and move toward the final objective. Merge Gupta-Sunderji uses the metaphor of a tightrope vs a concentric circle.

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Seeing the world from someone else’s perspective: lessons from a broken foot

Lessons in leadership: a broken foot caused me to see the world from another perspective, and the experience was humbling. What could you learn if you looked at things from your employees’ point of view?

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Overcoming resistance to workplace change – Part II

How do you bring people on board when they resist change? Three specific ideas in this blog post. Part 2 of a two-part series offering five strategies.

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Overcoming resistance to workplace change – Part I

How do you bring people on board when they resist change? Two specific ideas in this blog post. Part 1 of a two-part series offering five strategies.

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… unless we choose to reverse it

A short video offers a dramatic illustration of what can happen if we simply change our perspective. Leadership expert Merge Gupta-Sunderji asks what you are doing to reverse the direction of negative events in your workplace.

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