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Two Reasons You Fail To Persuade Other Leaders And How To Change It

We hear a lot about tactics when it comes to persuasion. Relatability and confidence are more effective; unfortunately, what they mean is often misunderstood.

Joe Woodruff

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January 26, 2023

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December 8, 2022

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Joe Woodruff

The Three Priorities CIOs Use In Justifying IT Costs

An evening visit of familiar ghosts teaches the C-Suite a better way to filter budget decisions and cost justification.
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July 7, 2022

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Scott Smeester

The One Change Tech Leaders Make To Be The Person That Others Turn To Or Go With

You want to be a leader that others turn to or go with. But the competition is immense. Leaders who stand out have learned to avoid two pitfalls by focusing on one key element: They know how to be noticed, remembered and talked about.
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June 23, 2022

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Joe Woodruff

When People With Power Frustrate You: The Technology Leader's Secret Sauce To Staying Sane

Technology leaders don’t always get their way right away because of who gets in their way. Three practices will help you settle down and move forward constructively.
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June 9, 2022

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Scott Smeester

In-between Transformation and Innovation: How Technology Leaders Identify and Lead Transition

Technology leaders are in an opportune moment to move business forward from transformation into innovation. But there is one critical mistake that will prove costly. Effective technology leaders know how to lead in-between movements and avoid outpacing others.
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November 11, 2021

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Joe Woodruff

Why You Are Not Getting What You Want Out Of Executive Coaching

Executive coaching is only valuable if it is not being masked as mentoring or consulting. Great coaching will always lead you through assessment, clarity, conversation and action.
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November 4, 2021

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Scott Smeester

4 Errors CIOs Must Correct To Be More Convincing When Speaking

CIOs and leaders commit four errors when speaking that fuel the frustration that they are not being heard and feed the belief that people are not interested in what they have to say.
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