Author Archive | Dr. Holly Latty-Mann

When your relationships at work improve due to investing in your leadership development, your relationships at home will show similar gains. Here’s “living” proof:

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“I attended this workshop in November of 2015. I went into it with an open mind but wondered what was so significant about this “tool” that would give me more insight into leadership that I hadn’t already learned in my 32 years in the workforce….I wish I could have gone through this experience with Holly […]

Want proof that improved trust translates into greater revenue?

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“If you want to see a direct relationship between increased trust and improved bottom line, The Leadership Trust® has an intellectual property like a fool-proof recipe. I could actually experience a profound change within each of my team members and thus my senior management team, which ultimately created a culture change, the latter of which […]

Being driven has its downside – here is an example of how more is less, and less is more:

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“Before the Personalized Leadership Development Program, I considered my no-nonsense, driven style as part of how I showed dedication to my company. While my dedication now is every bit as strong if not stronger, I see evidence that my more relaxed demeanor is contributing to team dynamics that are more trust-based and cohesive. Every day […]

Ever known someone who talks “at you” rather than “to you?” The following 31 words shows how changing this one behavior can make you some real money!

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“Before attending the workshop with The Leadership Trust®, I couldn’t even pay a potential customer to meet with me; now my agenda is so booked up with meetings, it is crazy.” John Leary HVAC/R Sales Representative, Moore’s Electric and Mechanical

Revisiting Leadership and Love as Not-So-Strange Bedfellows

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My dissertation was on mate selection, and before you say, “I get it,” and move on, there is an interesting twist most people do not consider. But first, the ho-hum acknowledgement is that the underpinnings to successful marriages and unions share some strong overlap with the makings of successful leadership.  So want to know what […]

Here’s How to Measure Trustworthiness

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Have you ever wished you could have your fellow teammates – or one in particular – measured for trustworthiness? Have you ever wondered how people perceive YOU within the context of trustworthiness? First of all, “TAP” into this list of 12 Trust Alliance Principles formulated by our nation’s top proponents of corporate trust through Trust […]

ROI and Your Professional Development Funds: Addressing Office Intimidators and Conflict Avoiders

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Reflecting upon a full generation of leadership development workshop participants, the two most common 360° feedback comments tend to target the following types of employees: 1) Intimidating, and 2) Dysfunctional pleasing. What compounds this phenomenon and negatively influences the company culture is the fact that these two types often times work together. Here are the […]

The “Tap into Trust” Movement: Building Trust-Based, Cohesive, Collaborative (and Fun!) Teams

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Simon Sinek said it well: “A team is not a group of people who work together. A team is a group of people who trust each other.” The Leadership Trust® was granted its registered trademark in the 1990s to capture the essence of highly effective leadership:  Trust. Regardless of conceptual methodologies employed (e.g., self-awareness and […]

How to Help Your (Adult) Child Become a Trusted Leader

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Recently I received an invitation from a man to connect with his adult child on LinkedIn. He went on to underscore the value of networking. While I agree that this can be useful, this could also be putting the cart before the horse. Think about it. Networking is all about exposure. But what is getting […]

Leadership and Love: Great Bedfellows!

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At first blush (and blushing), love and leadership are not strange bedfellows. My dissertation for my first doctorate was on mate selection. Within a decade, Harvard School of Business was promoting a new flavor of leadership, using words like intimacy, lovingness and compassion. I can already hear the grumbling from you no-nonsense types who espouse […]