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4 Ways Introverts Can Practice Authenticity at Work

By Andy Johnson, AllBusiness.com, March 2016

I devote a major portion of my work to serving introverted leaders; however, it’s not uncommon for people to tell me that the phrase “introverted leaders” is an oxymoron.

EQ in the Workplace: A Positive Antidote to Bad Behavior

By Lisa Aldisert, AllBusiness.com, January 2016

Most of us have experienced incivility in the workplace. Inappropriate behavior toward coworkers typically stems from a variety of factors: increased workloads resulting in stress and fear, inflated self-importance, the desire to win at all costs, and insensitivity to the needs of others. But what it all boils down to is a lack of respect for colleagues.

How a Better Understanding of Yourself Will Help You as a Leader

By Rodger Price, AllBusiness, January 2016

There are many effective ways to lead, and leaders all have a unique design when it comes to ability and potential. Some great leaders do it through their high energy and engaging personalities. Others do it through careful planning and significant investment in the people who choose to follow them. Still others do it through sheer determination and dogged persistence.

Ambiverts Bridge Introverts and Extroverts. But Isn't That Just Everybody?

Featuring Andy Johnson, HowStuffWorks.com, December 2015

Why Personal Branding is Critical for Today’s Leaders

By Justin Foster, Strategy Magazine, October 2015

Recognizing the 5 Symptoms of ‘Shopkeeper Syndrome’

By Emily Soccorsy and Justin Foster, AllBusiness, August 2015

There comes a point in the leadership of every privately-held company when the owner is forced to relinquish a healthy amount of control in order for the company to grow–or continue controlling everything and stagnate.

Growing Leaders in the ‘Lab’–Benefits of Experiential Learning

By Ranjit Nair, allBusiness, August 2015

Doing begets learning. Study after study has shown that the most effective way to retain training is to put it to practical use right away. Yet the pace of competitiveness often leaves little time for training, and even less time for training that doesn’t produce results.

Who Says Extroverts Make Better Leaders? Part 1

Interview with Andy Johnson, PsychologyToday.com, August 2015

How to Know When To Leave Your Job

By Skip Hall, Fast Company, July 2015

Most of us have done it—stayed in a job so long we started getting complacent, or worse. Then there's the reverse problem—leaving a job too early and ending up with something that isn't what we hoped for.