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What To Do When You’ve Got A ‘Bad Boss’

By Jo Ilfeld, PhD | April 19, 2016

More likely than not, you have worked for a bad boss. I’ve had clients tell me about bosses who lied to them, then denied it; bosses who belittled them and made them cry in meetings; and even bosses who threw something “near” them and cursed.

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what makes a leader?

What Makes A Leader?

By Jo Ilfeld, PhD | November 7, 2013

Many people believe that either you’re a natural leader or you’re not. I disagree. I think that great leaders are lurking within every single one of us and it’s up to us to find ways to tap into those leadership qualities.

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3 Keys To Managing Conflicting Leadership Styles

3 Keys To Managing Conflicting Leadership Styles

By Jo Ilfeld, PhD | October 10, 2013

Have you ever found yourself butting heads with another leader in your company? Do you ever read memos from others and wonder, “What are they thinking?” Recently my husband and I set out to renovate and add an additional bathroom to our house. It was a project that we’ve talked about for years but finally found…

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