communication

A few weeks ago I told people that I’m doing a leadership development workshop for a group that is not my usual audience. The oldest person in the crowd will be no more than eleven years old. The youngest? Likely eight. Yup, it’s a leadership workshop for elected leaders at a local primary school. 

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20 Change Management Must-Knows to Shift and Thrive

by Alli Polin on November 1, 2016

change-management

Talk to almost anyone about change, and it immediately brings up feelings of stress. We like to get comfortable in our routines. Yes, we stretch, we grow, but at a pace that feels, well, convenient because we’re in control. Thriving when we’re out of control is a much tougher prospect; it takes us out of our sweet spot on our way to discover what we hope will be a new cozy place.

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Communication 101: What You Say and How You Say It

by Alli Polin on March 28, 2016

communication it's not what you say but how you say it

When I was in college, I ran an acting program at a local camp. Our goals were to teach the kids some craft, put on a production and, of course, have fun. Since that time, I’ve used many of my acting lessons and applied them to leadership.

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