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By Tom Davidson

The very fact that you are taking time to see employees in person sends a clear message that you care. Put the ‘oxygen’ in your conversations, be personable.  Just because you have a title, doesn’t mean that you have credibility. This blog series is about the four factors that everyday leaders need to weave together on a […]

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By Tom Davidson

People want, need and deserve the whole truth in your leadership communication. Honesty is the fuel for believability. In this blog series, we’re using the analogy of fire to strengthen your position in the battle for believability. Fire needs four factors to burn: heat, fuel, oxygen and a chemical reaction.  A fire can’t burn if […]

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By Tom Davidson

Just like fire, communication needs four factors to work. In the first of this series of 4 posts, I will look at why that is so! Fire needs four factors to burn: heat, fuel, oxygen and a chemical reaction.  Take away any one, and you stop or prevent the fire. Similarly, communication needs four factors to […]

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By Tom Davidson

When a stranger lies, cheats or steals, they can’t be trusted. But when some you know lies, cheats or steals from you, it goes beyond mistrust to betrayal. What makes the IRS a case of major betrayal is the degree to which its leaders and managers stuck it to the people. Read more about what I […]

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