Month: September 2014

Is it Wrong to Always be Right?

By: Val Liberman, UL LLC We like to be right. To have correct answers, to solve problems of others, to be seen as experts on a variety of topics. This pattern starts early – long before we ascend corporate ladders and assume positions of influence and leadership. Starting in elementary school, we begin the laborious task…
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How Daily Interactions Demonstrate Humility

By: Robert Miller, Arches Leadership LLC I have always tried to not think of myself as being “above” or “more important than” or “better in some way” than the people that I work with. But not long ago I had an experience that really caused me to stop and reconsider my daily interactions with others. In an…
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