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As a leader, you get to face the madness, the messiness, the chaos and the uncertainty of the business. When the going gets tough, STOP and look for that hidden strength deep within you that has yet to rise.  Give it a name.  Maybe its courage or persistence or influence.  You know it’s there.  Initially, it may feel inadequate but if you name it, practice it, polish it and then own it, it will give you precisely what you need to move through the struggle.  It’s the harnessing of that one hidden strength that will have you looking back realizing that you already have what it takes to be an extraordinary leader.

Sara Harvey

Founder & President, innertelligence

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Leadership Assessment

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