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We Were Friends, Now I Am Your Leader, Now What? Part 2

Posted by Christine Lau on May 28, 2021 10:05:50 AM

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Topics: Leadership, Friends With Your Leader, Boundaries

We Were Friends, Now I Am Your Leader, Now What?

Posted by Chris Comeaux on Apr 30, 2021 9:00:00 AM

Recently in TCN Talks podcast, I interviewed Christine Lau, RN, LCSW, APHSW-C, about the challenge of going from a peer to the leader of a team.  Watch podcast here.  What follows is a blog from me and then Christine will follow with a blog of her own on this timely topic.

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Topics: Leadership, Leader Continuum

Leadership During Times of Crisis

Posted by Chris Comeaux on Mar 19, 2020 10:01:01 AM

Today, in the midst of the chaos and unpredictability we’re all experiencing, a friend shared an idea with me that impacted me deeply. He said that now is a great time to challenge our families, especially our children, to begin journaling. Why, you ask? Because 25 years from now we will look back on these times and realize that history was being written and defined during the day-to-day lives we led and the choices we made during this time. Much like other historical times have shown us, we’ll be marked and changed by these events.

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Topics: Leadership, Crisis Leadership, Hero

Self Mastery: The Leader's Secret Weapon

Posted by Tyler LaFleur on Mar 8, 2019 3:11:03 PM

"One can have no smaller or greater mastery than mastery of oneself." ― Leonardo da Vinci

With the popular notion of “servant leadership” floating abroad the reaches of the internet, it isn’t a surprise that most leaders are taken aback by the notion of focusing on themselves. 

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Topics: Leadership, Self-Mastery

The second fundamental: the task list

Posted by Chris Comeaux on Mar 5, 2019 2:28:30 PM

Our current blog series focuses on what I refer to as: “The 6 fundamentals needed for a great organization system.” The last blog focused on the first fundamental of every great organization system: the calendar. In today’s post, we will focus on the second fundamental: the task list.

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Topics: Leadership, Business Tools, Task List, Organization

The Role of the CEO 7 M's

Posted by Chris Comeaux on Feb 7, 2019 12:40:11 PM

These are challenging times where it seems there is a dearth of leadership in every industry, especially healthcare, and a high performing organization is the exception reserved only for those really cool high tech companies.   Don’t worry. Becoming a high performing organization is not reserved just for high tech; it can happen in any industry even healthcare. But it is a pipe dream if the person at the top does not know what their role is.  So in many respects it starts there, with the CEO.  The 7 M’s is a great way for the leader at the top to think about their role and, more importantly, is a great list to spend their career mastering.Download eBook

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Topics: Leadership, Business Tools, CEO

One Word That Will Change Your Life In 2019.

Posted by Chris Comeaux on Jan 2, 2019 2:15:00 PM


Michelle Webb, our TCN Chief Learning Officer, introduced to several of us a book called One Word that will change your life.   Here is a short video that illustrates the premise of the book it is well worth the 3 minutes.  
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Topics: Leadership

What If I Could Give You 10 Additional Years On Your Life, Would You Be Interested?

Posted by Chris Comeaux on Dec 13, 2018 9:00:00 AM

What if I could give you 10 additional years on your life
, would you be interested?  Well who wouldn’t right? Years ago, I heard a leadership lesson from John Maxwell where he said that the average executive spends 10 years of their life looking for stuff because they are not organized.  Does that hit close to home for you? 

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Topics: Leadership, Business Tools, Fundamentals of Business

Leadership Systems Are Essential

Posted by Chris Comeaux on Nov 5, 2018 12:37:10 PM

Have you ever tried to do something and you found that you did not have a system to approach it? Think of a bunch of chores you must get done at home. Do you just jump in and tackle them throwing yourself at tasks and, through sheer force, you get them done?

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Topics: Leadership

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