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Georgia Feiste, President of Collaborative Transitions Coaching, Inc., specializes in Leadership and Career Coaching. Her focus is on helping women executives and leaders grow their character-based leadership and collaboration skills in their career, business and personal life, maximizing results with ease and grace. Connect with Georgia on her website, blog, LinkedIn, Twitter or Facebook, or contact her directly at Georgia@CollaborativeTransitions.com
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An Independent Spirit

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“Responsibility to yourself means refusing to let others do your thinking, talking, and naming for you; it means learning to respect and use your own brains and instincts; hence, grappling with hard work.” (Claiming an Education, 1977)”  – Adrienne Rich A few weeks ago, I had an interesting conversation with my friend, Mike Henry, Sr., » Read More

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Mentoring as Part of the Leadership Role

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How many of you have had a mentor who helped you learn the ropes in your new job, who took on the role of teacher and demonstrated the “right” way to do things? Me too! In fact, that was the way mentorship was presented to me back in my previous life. And, it turns out » Read More

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When Did God Become a Man?

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Have you ever gotten a question in your head that just won’t let go? You spend countless hours thinking about it, because you really want to understand and know?  Well, the above question is one of those types of questions. Thousands of years ago, God was given a female gender identity. But now, in modern » Read More

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Stop Second-Guessing Yourself

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Thought: Everyone makes mistakes or acts selfishly occasionally, yet by and large, you can trust someone you view as dependable – and that includes you. Thought: Your word can create the most beautiful dream, or your word can destroy everything around you. Impeccability of the word only creates beauty, love, and heaven on earth. Two » Read More

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Stop Second-Guessing Yourself

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Thought: Everyone makes mistakes or acts selfishly occasionally, yet by and large, you can trust someone you view as dependable – and that includes you. Thought: Your word can create the most beautiful dream, or your word can destroy everything around you. Impeccability of the word only creates beauty, love, and heaven on earth. Two » Read More

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Leadership Perspectives: Being Civil

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I’ve been giving a great deal of thought lately to the concept of civility. Pier Massimo Forni, author of Choosing Civility and founder of the Civility Initiative at Johns Hopkins University, says “Civility means a great deal more than just being nice to one another. It is complex and encompasses learning how to connect successfully » Read More

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First, We Must Have a Vision

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Over and over again, I talk about vision. It is what pulls us forward and keeps us going. The Miriam-Webster online dictionary defines vision as: 1)   Something seen in a dream, trance, or ecstasy; especially a supernatural appearance that conveys a revelation 2)   A thought, concept, or object formed by the imagination 3)   Unusual discernment » Read More

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2013 and Beyond

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We have another 26,000 years to get it right  – what is your vision for Year 1? The end of the Mayan calendar has caused great consternation around the world, with people cashing in their investments and giving them away; others going into major debt doing everything they have always wanted to do; or some, » Read More

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Leadership Perspectives: A Better Form of Feedback

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  Dan Rockwell wrote a blog a short time ago entitled “Overcoming the Downside of Excellence” in which he said, “Participants, on the other hand, build the future by offering insightful evaluations coupled with positive suggestions. Momentum: “Should have” ties to the past. “Next time” maintains momentum. Bonus tip: “What worked” and “What didn’t work” » Read More

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Leadership Perspectives: What Is Your Intention?

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What does it mean to be a character-based leader? Isn’t that a deep and probing question? There are so many avenues we could take in this conversation, and The Lead Change Group has done that in their new book, The Character Based Leader: Instigating a Leadership Revolution….One Person at a Time, written by 21 authors » Read More

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