Posts Tagged:leadership

Fast Company: When You Should Embrace Your Pangs of Doubt

By Steven Cox CEO and Founder, TakeLessons.com Everyone has moments of doubt. But the good news is, there can actually be healthy. Here’s how to figure out when to listen to that annoying voice in your head.  Doubt–at one point or another, every entrepreneur has experienced the sinking feeling that his or her best work…

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Publisher’s Weekly: Boundaries for Leaders by Dr. Henry Cloud

Cloud (Boundaries) argues that the personal and interpersonal side of leadership is every bit as important as vision and execution. Leaders, he shows, set the stage and either propel or derail, and most of the time these issues have little to do with a leader’s business acumen and more to do with how they lead…

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Fox News Channel: College Students Think They’re the ‘Greatest Generation’

Dr. Henry Cloud joined America Live with Megyn Kelly on Fox News Channel to discuss analysis of the American Freshman Survey, which has been asking students to rate themselves compared to their peers since 1966. New analysis of the survey shows that U.S. College Students feel more entitled than ever and that there’s a disconnect between…

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Dr. Cloud on when Self-assessed Value and Real Value Don’t Match Up

Available for interviews is Dr. Henry Cloud, Clinical Psychologist and New York Times best-selling author. There is an old saying that immature people ask for life to meet their demands and mature people meet the demands of life. In that light, a new analysis of the American Freshman Survey, which has been asking students to…

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