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(VIDEO) Special Guest Simon Alexander Ong, Author of Energize with Jan Mühlfeit and Lisa Christen

Your energy is everything: it is the fuel that drives your success and it gives you the power to achieve your potential. So how can you be your best self if you’re always tired, stressed and burnt out? We’re thrilled to host award-winning life coach Simon Alexander Ong to tell us all the tips from his new book, Energize. Energize …

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(VIDEO) Human Leadership is The Future with Jan Mühlfeit and Lisa Christen

AI, blockchain, cloud… all the tech buzzwords that fill our newsfeed will never replace the most essential element of a company’s success: the human element. Without great leadership, tech will fail. But why do we humans keep trying to act like computers? Working 24/7, trying to know all the answers. Any work that can easily be replaced by a computer …

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(VIDEO) F*ck Up Nights: Hear All About Our Worst Mistakes (So You Don’t Have to Repeat Them!) with Jan Mühlfeit and Lisa Christen

We all make mistakes, sure – but how many of us are willing to share them publicly? We are! Join retired Chairman of Microsoft Europe / Olympic mental coach Jan Mühlfeit and top-rated CEO / Executive Coach Lisa Christen as we share our best worst practices and advice for how to totally mess things up! We’re sharing these stories to …

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(VIDEO) Taking Risks: How To Stop Being Scared and Start Being Successful with Jan Mühlfeit and Lisa Christen

Do you focus on the problems… or do you focus on the possibilities? The only difference between truly successful people and moderately successful people is the number of big risks they’re willing to take to make their dreams happen. If you find yourself in meetings saying things like “That won’t work because…” or “I can’t do that because…” — then …

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(VIDEO) The Power of Routines: How They Can Transform Your Life with Jan Mühlfeit and Lisa Christen

If routines sound boring, you’ve been lied to! Routines are the ticket to thriving at work (and in life). Those who are doing routine right will swear by this gamechanger – go ask any athlete. So why don’t most of us in the business world follow routines? Because we’ve been encouraged to follow other people’s routines. Look at how Steve …

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(VIDEO) Navigating Conflict: How To Make It Work For You Instead of Against You with Jan Mühlfeit and Lisa Christen

Is conflict in the workplace inevitable? Yes. But should we be trying to avoid and resolve all conflict? No! Conflict comes from our differences in what we believe, how we think, and how we feel. It comes from differences in how we view ourselves and how we view the world. Healthy conflict is the “secret sauce” to making an exceptional …

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(VIDEO) Strengths-Based Leadership with Jan Mühlfeit and Lisa Christen

Remember the big red X your teacher would draw across your exam, highlighting all the mistakes you’d made and questions you’d answered incorrectly? Was that really the best motivator to improve your performance? The latest research says no! Instead, focusing on your strengths — and leading your team based on their strengths — has been shown to significantly improve how …

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In Order To Play Big, You Must Jailbreak Your Mind (Forbes)

A few years ago, I was attending a conference and was excited to see one of my personal heroes speaking live. At the opening ceremony, the event moderator told the audience “We are offering special one-on-one coaching sessions live with this guru today, but be quick — his schedule’s already filled up and there’s only one coaching spot left! The sign-up …

Five Ways Leaders Can Effectively Deal With Low-Performing Team Members (Forbes)

If a team is only as strong as its weakest member, how strong is your team’s performance? In the fast-paced digital era, dominated by uncertainty and a need for speed, a company with teams who can’t work quickly, creatively and efficiently together risks becoming obsolete. It’s a simple fact: If you can’t deliver enough value, customers will go elsewhere. Enough …