Posts by Susan Taylor

Susan Taylor Accepted into Forbes Coaches Council

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Susan Taylor, co-founder & CEO of Generon International, has been accepted into the Forbes Coaches Council, an invitation-only community for leading business and career coaches. Susan joins other Forbes Coaches Council members who are hand-selected to become part of a curated network of successful peers and get access to a variety of exclusive benefits and…

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Alone Together

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In this crazy age of social everything, many of us find ourselves “alone together.” This phrase, coined by Sherry Turkle, founder and director of the MIT Initiative on Technology and Self, describes her view of the delusion of companionship we fall prey to as we continue to “connect” on social media, gathering thousands of Facebook…

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Weekly Snippets – 06-20-16

Meditation Benefits for CEOs

  How Mindfulness Benefits CEOs Relaxation and recreation are great outlets for any busy CEO. But as Emma Seppala, Ph.D. and Science Director of Stanford University’s Center for Compassion and Altruism, shares with us, meditation seems to benefit them more. Hence a growing interest within the C-Suite to use mediation as a foundation to cultivate…

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The 4 C’s of Generative Leadership

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What is the true meaning of leadership? I guess it depends upon who you ask. Some may say that leadership is about authority. Others may define leadership as the capacity to have a vision and inspire others to support it. Many speak to leadership from the standpoint of direction and decision-making. And still others define…

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Mindsets Matter!

mindsets matter

  Shift Your Mindset to Shift Your Performance Last month I went on a 10-day cruise – a gift from my parents for my 50th birthday last April. Having never been on a large ship before, you can imagine how thoughts of the Titanic entered my mind on occasion – especially given that on the…

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How Does Your Organization View Accountability?


How does your organization view accountability? At an individual level? Or at a team-based level? Accountability is a tough subject for most organizations. Why? Probably because it is targeted at one person and more often than not comes with blame or punishment.

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Closer Employee Cooperation

For most organizations, building high performance teams is not only a priority; it is a necessity. In today’s unstable and complex business environment, it’s no surprise then that ongoing tensions exist between the demand to produce and the need to cooperate – both of which are required in high performing teams. Yet in my experience,…

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In Dialogue, Everyone is Equal

As William Issacs suggests, “Dialogue is a conversation with a center, not sides. It is a way of taking the energy of our differences, and channeling it towards something that has never been created before. It lifts us out of polarization and into a great common sense, and is thereby a means for accessing the…

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