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Leading Through Change – Successfully

Leading Through Change – Successfully

On December 8th, 1863, United States President, Abraham Lincoln issued a presidential proclamation formally called, the Proclamation of Amnesty and Reconstruction. The document, also known as the ten percent plan, was an effort to begin reconstruction and...

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Walking the Fine Line of Emotionally Intelligent Leadership

Walking the Fine Line of Emotionally Intelligent Leadership

Last year, almost to the date, I published an article on the importance of emotional intelligence using Elon Musk of Tesla as a shining example.  At the time, there had been a number of articles written that addressed his concern and response to what was an...

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It’s Your Workplace and You Can Cry If You Want To

It’s Your Workplace and You Can Cry If You Want To

It’s my party, and I’ll cry if I want to, cry if I want to, cry if I want to…you would cry too if it happened to you. Did you find yourself singing those lyrics in your head as opposed to just reading them?  Many of us have heard that song, It’s My Party played on...

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Chuck Garcia’s Frequently Asked Questions: Part 1

Chuck Garcia’s Frequently Asked Questions: Part 1

As an author, speaker, and professor I’m frequently asked to be a guest on podcasts, panels and other events where individuals are looking to improve their leadership and communication abilities. Through the years I’ve compiled some of the more frequent questions that...

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Top Ten Competencies of a Successful Leader

Top Ten Competencies of a Successful Leader

I’ve previously addressed the difference between a leader and a boss – take a peek at that article and then asked yourself, which one am I? Most of us want to be leaders who others admire, trust and want to follow; we ourselves want to work for leaders that we trust,...

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Balance This and You’ll Have Success AND Happiness

Balance This and You’ll Have Success AND Happiness

Have you ever stopped to think about how the body has been created or formed? Two eyes, two ears, two arms, two legs – with most other significant parts of the body (e.g. nose, organs, etc.) placed in the middle.  It helps the body to balance – imagine if our bodies...

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What Are You Going to Conquer This Year?

What Are You Going to Conquer This Year?

On September 11th, 2001, I lost a lot of friends in the horrendous terrorist attack on the World Trade Center buildings in New York City.  It was a tough time to conquer for those who knew individuals lost, the families affected, and a nation grieving the tragedy. It...

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It Always Comes Back to Communication

It Always Comes Back to Communication

I’m often asked when I’m invited for interviews or podcasts how I got to where I am today. Like all of us, there are a number of driving factors and influences that guide us throughout our lives. However, I frequently think of my father, who was a professor of...

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  • Leading Through Change – Successfully

    Leading Through Change – Successfully

    On December 8th, 1863, United States President, Abraham Lincoln issued a presidential proclamation formally called, the Proclamation of Amnesty and Reconstruction. The document, also known as the ten percent plan, was an effort to begin reconstruction and re-integration of the Southern states amidst the American Civil War. Though the country …
  • Walking the Fine Line of Emotionally Intelligent Leadership

    Walking the Fine Line of Emotionally Intelligent Leadership

    Last year, almost to the date, I published an article on the importance of emotional intelligence using Elon Musk of Tesla as a shining example.  At the time, there had been a number of articles written that addressed his concern and response to what was an above-average injury rate of …
  • What You’re Saying When You’re Verbally Saying Nothing at All

    What You’re Saying When You’re Verbally Saying Nothing at All

    Every mannerism you make communicates something. And you’re being judged for it. How you’re standing, how you’re dressed, your eye contact, etc. – you are being judged.  In fact, my own research suggests that people make decisions about you in the first seven seconds they see you. A little overwhelming …