Author Archive | Dr. Holly Latty-Mann

Dr. Holly Latty-Mann joins Ken Blanchard & Deepak Chopra in an upcoming release of Roadmap to Success

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America’s Top Intellectual Minds Map Out Successful Business Strategies   How do busy people become and stay successful? Insight Publishing is pleased to present Dr. Holly Latty-Mann, Ken Blanchard & Deepak Chopra in an exceptional compilation of resourceful people who will tell you how they learned how to be successful. They will share with you their […]

What you don’t know about Generations X and Y can hurt your bottom line

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Have you noticed that what motivates your baby boomer work associates may have a sizzling effect on your Generation X and Y team members or those younger than mid-40s? That’s because the leadership style of yesteryear that worked with baby boomers does not likewise invigorate our younger generational cohorts. Because of these generational differences, the […]

Are happy people really better leaders?

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If we were to hold all other attributes constant, is it fair to say that happy people are better leaders? Although I consider myself a happy person, I had been considering this topic for a blog earlier this week when I signed up to participate in a study called the Happiness Project. I discovered through […]

Becoming hero or villain.

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Today Skip Weisman posted an article onto The Leadership Trust Group on LinkedIn regarding how leaders must become comfortable doing the uncomfortable. If you think about it, it’s the same process how people become either heroes or villains – simply repeat the same behavior over and over until it feels natural. We can grow up […]

Al Gore’s Divorce and Leadership – What’s Love Got to Do with It?

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Do you believe work affects home? Home affects Work? If you said, “Yes,” then chances are good you are a realist. Just ask any parent with a critically ill, injured, or disabled child – or simply sick will do. Just ask the 44-year old man who just learned that his 12-year old son is not […]

Which is More Impactful? Work affects home or home affects work?

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Yesterday I watched numerous proud husbands, wives, moms, dads, siblings, and even children look on as their loved one received a 40 Under 40 Leadership Award hosted by the Triangle Business Journal in Raleigh, NC.  Publisher Charlene Grunwaldt’s closing comments directed attention onto the family members whom she recognized as clearly deserving recognition in their […]

When team composition changes: The good and the bad

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Bob joins the team, and the honeymoon period is over. Are others’ morale soaring or plummeting? Are you seeing alliances and/or alienations among various people? Are you seeing morale soar and people grow? Jennifer leaves the team. Does the morale escalate or de-escalate? Are alliances formed and strengthened among certain people who remain? Or is […]

Counter Trend to the Generation Y Workplace Steretype?

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The “20-something” sitting next to me on a flight several months ago boldly proclaimed that he was in the perfect generation – Generation Y – to soar to the top of his Fortune-500 company. He went on to say that with the Generation Y work philosophy of “work to live” so prevalent across his cohorts, […]

Got a Human Virus in Your Organization?

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Gallup found that 15% of employees are actively disengaged and busily acting out their unhappiness at work. If you can name someone who fits this description, you have a human virus in your organization who is impacting morale, turnover, productivity, profits, customer loyalty, and even safety.  Because the poll also found that 57% of your employees are […]

Emotional Intelligence and the Holocaust: Leadership at the Personal Level

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I have an 82-year old friend, Solly Ganor, who amazingly survived Dachau among many other life-threatening Nazi dangers during the early-to-mid 1940s when he was just a teenager. Although there is a part of me that believes Solly had to have had some kind of constant and consistent divine intervention and guidance, unquestionably Solly’s emotional intelligence […]