Wander Woman

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Speaking a Truth that Hurts

Whether you are typically cautious or assertive when it comes to stating your opinions, it is likely you shy away from telling a friend, colleague or family member something that you fear could hurt. This post gives you seven tips for helping you deliver honest and helpful feedback no matter how uncomfortable it feels. Read More

Let's cut the bullshit

Let's get to what the author should have said in the first place: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H4zSRkBMPng

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Marcia Reynolds, PsyD., is the author of two leadership books, The Discomfort Zone and Wander Woman. She is President of Covisioning, a leadership development and coaching firm.


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