Yesterday I read a wonderful blog on the Lead Change Group’s website, written by Deborah Costello, entitledDiscriminating Leadership.  In her blog she states: “The cure for discrimination is not apathy. “I don’t care. Whatever.” can’t be the response to personal revelation. Instead we must reply in ways that lift up and demonstrate understanding. Maybe our answer can be as simple as “OK,” or “Thank you for letting me to know you more completely.” In essence we need to say, “I see you…all of you.”

Her blog struck a very strong cord with me, and I would like to share some additional thoughts from a leadership perspective. Read Georgia Fieste’s full post here.

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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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