Category: Leadership

Change Exhaustion

Judith M. Bardwick, Ph.D.The sources of stress that has already been identified are familiar, powerful and obvious. Another equally powerful source of stress that is less obvious though it’s familiar to many is the sense of exhaustion that a

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Mutual Trust and Communication

  Judith M. Bardwick, Ph.D. Without mutual trust very little can be accomplished. Gaining trust necessarily involves real communication, a process in which everyone involved

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Emotional Leadership

Judith M. Bardwick, Ph.D. When life is orderly and tasks are predictable and most things are going well, people neither want nor need much leadership.

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Active Listening

Judith M. Bardwick, Ph.D.   The key to effective counseling is Active Listening. This involves focusing on and actively thinking about what you’re hearing. The

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5 Ways To Find Success

Judith M. Bardwick   The bad news keeps raining down, drowning us in unrelenting pessimism. In this, the winter of many discontents we have not

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Relationships at Work

Judith M. Bardwick, Ph.D. One of the big changes over the years is that the great majority of employees insist on being dealt with fairly,

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