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Remote Year Month #11 in Review: Argentina + Colombia

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Happy new year!! December was quite a different month on Remote Year for me. While the group headed to Bogota for the whole month, I opted to spend most of it in Buenos Aires and Cordoba. After more than 10 months on the road, I wanted to try working remotely a little closer to my family. Although I didn’t have the conventional Remote Year workspace,...
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Remote Year Month #10 in Review: Medellin

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Medellin was truly AMAZING. My perception of the city before arriving was primarily created through watching Netflix’s Narcos. That said, it is so different today from what it was when during Pablo’s time. With flourishing tourism, the feel of the city has changed completely, with incredible restaurants, art and activities. I would definitely say somewhere worth going back to.I spent a lot of time working out...
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Thanks Sean!! Can’t wait to see you there for NYE.

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Thanks Sean!! Can’t wait to see you there for NYE.
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Comment on The Most Important Part Of Leadership Development by Laura Gallaher

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Thanks Justin!! Personality assessments have some value, but they can be limiting at times, too! Thanks for your comment 🙂
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Comment on The Most Important Part Of Leadership Development by Justin VanWinkle

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I really appreciate that you dig in beyond the personality assessments. This article really resonates with me and encourages me greatly. Thanks!
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A Practical Way to Increase Team Collaboration

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Summary Points: Conflicting priorities create team conflict and inhibit collaboration The word priority was originally singular Lacking a shared priority has a lasting, interpersonal impact on team collaboration A Practical Way to Increase Team Collaboration One of the simplest ways we can look at team collaboration is to identify the primary obstacles to collaboration and how to overcome them. We often like to point to...
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The Most Important Part Of Leadership Development

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The Most Important Part Of Leadership Development Summary Points: 1. Leader development is critical to develop new skill sets for getting things done through others 2. Communication and decision making are the core skills for leaders 3. Most leadership development does not go deep enough in terms of skill and knowledge development 4. The skill of emotional regulation is the underlying need for leaders to...
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Remote Year Month #9 in Review: Lima

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I always look forward to writing these updates as it is a way to share my experiences with you and feel a sense of connectedness to home. That said, I’ve spent my first week in Medellin thinking about how to most appropriately write about Lima as I truly felt no affinity to the city. Nothing about it worked well for me. We had zero sunny...
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What Problems Can Executive Coaching Solve?

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What Problems Can Executive Coaching Solve? Summary Points: Leaders have a plethora of reasons to turn to executive coaching Executive coaching helps you think differently to get “unstuck” from any situation Coaching focuses on building greater self-sufficiency for sustained value beyond the engagement Choosing a coach you trust to support AND challenge you is how to maximize the value Most, if not all leaders reach...
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5 Things You Need for Team Building to Actually Work

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5 Things You Need for Team Building to Actually Work Summary Points: Team building means actually building team skills Creating psychological safety is necessary for effective team building Team building works when you use self-accountable communication Effective team building includes being specific communication Making Team building a part of regular routine ensures it sticks Help! My team building activities aren’t working! Your team performs well...
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