Dysfunction in the Diverse Workplace

Posted on Sep 17th, 2018 - By Doug - 0 Comments

Tips for Boomers and Millennials to increase effectiveness and utilize the other’s strengths. Millennials make up 75.4 million people in…

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3 Ultra-Effective Communication Techniques For Managers

Posted on Jun 8th, 2018 - By Doug - 0 Comments

Lessons From a Nuclear Submarine “One-third trim, niner ze-ro feet, two degree up bubble,” ordered the commanding officer to his diving…

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A How-To Guide on Navigating Hazardous Conversations

Posted on Apr 28th, 2018 - By Doug - 0 Comments

There are typically 3 types of hazardous conversations: Ones that go badly, ones that go well, and ones that go avoided! Think of a conversation…

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So What’s Stopping You? Social Awareness: The Secret of Your Success

Posted on Mar 30th, 2018 - By Doug - 0 Comments

If you’re looking to increase your influence, win over clients and build more meaningful relationships in your business, then keep…

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Vector Leadership

Posted on Nov 9th, 2016 - By Doug - 0 Comments

The Vector Model of Leadership You are among the first! To my knowledge, the combination of concepts I’m about to share have never been put…

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Adorable Squashes Certainty!

Posted on Jul 8th, 2016 - By Doug Lundrigan - 0 Comments

Can you name this carnivorous mammal? Sometimes we feel certain about our knowledge of things . . . until something new squashes our…

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Social Awareness: The Secret of Your Success

Posted on Apr 15th, 2016 - By Doug - 0 Comments

Business studies conducted around the globe have demonstrated the impact of social awareness of leaders and employees on the overall success of an…

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Rare Gem in Health Care

Posted on Mar 4th, 2016 - By Doug - 0 Comments

Rarity confers value. Take natural pearls, for example. Only about one in 10,000 natural oysters will have a pearl in it, and far fewer than that…

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What is Your Conflict Style?

Posted on Feb 2nd, 2016 - By Doug - 0 Comments

Each of us have patterns that emerge as we engage in conflict. These are our conflict management styles (CMS). Each of the five styles are suited…

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Drive Success in 2016 Using the Exec Check Seven

Posted on Jan 20th, 2016 - By Doug - 0 Comments

What’s it going to take for you and me to be more successful this year? I loved my first business, but I was struggling. I was doing something…

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What is Conflict?

Posted on Jan 13th, 2016 - By Doug - 0 Comments

Conflict is an inevitable result of social interaction in our everyday lives. It occurs because we engage in situations and circumstances with…

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HOW DOES YOUR COMPANY STACK UP ACROSS THE FIVE DIMENSIONS OF TRUST

Posted on Jan 11th, 2016 - By Doug - 0 Comments

If you can ensure that the five primary dimensions of trust are present throughout your organization, you will be in a great position to navigate…

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Celebrating Diversity in the Workplace

Posted on Jan 7th, 2016 - By Doug - 0 Comments

Managing diversity in the workplace requires understanding and relating with coworkers who are different than you. The success of an organization is…

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High Performance Roles Part 2: The Five Leadership Roles

Posted on Jan 4th, 2016 - By Doug - 0 Comments

Leadership is the most important factor in achieving and sustaining organizational success. In order to understand how a Leader might view the…

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High Perfomance Roles Part 1: Are You Leading from the Balcony

Posted on Dec 31st, 2015 - By Doug - 0 Comments

It’s becoming increasingly difficult for businesses to survive in today’s market. According to Business Week, the life span of average…

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Creating High Performance Teams

Posted on Dec 28th, 2015 - By Doug - 0 Comments

The concept of a team is not unfamiliar to us. From athletics, to school assignments, to volunteer activities, we are trained to become members,…

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Can putting employees in touch with their emotions actually make them more productive?

Posted on Dec 24th, 2015 - By Doug - 0 Comments

Why should your business be interested in an esoteric subject such as Emotional Intelligence? Why should your firm invest training dollars in a…

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Trust is a Multi-Lane Highway!

Posted on Dec 21st, 2015 - By Doug - 0 Comments

The predictability and reliability of executive management in the eyes of the employees will, in large, determine the loyalty of the workforce in…

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Does Your Left Brain Know What Your Right Brain is Up To?

Posted on Dec 14th, 2015 - By Doug - 0 Comments

So what happens when a job requires transitioning from left-brain to right-brain job functions?  For example, a physician who is an excellent…

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The War Between Mindfulness and Emotional Intelligence

Posted on Dec 11th, 2015 - By Doug - 0 Comments

The War Between Mindfulness and Emotional Intelligence By Doug Lundrigan, MBA What is this mindfulness stuff that everyone seems to be talking…

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TRUST: 3 Aspects

Posted on Dec 7th, 2015 - By Doug - 0 Comments

Confidence in your relationships with others – a strong faith that they will meet your expectations in three areas. Trust has long been a part of…

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PROCRASTINATION—THE ROOT OF INEFFECTIVENESS

Posted on Nov 30th, 2015 - By Doug - 0 Comments

Procrastination takes the form of ‘time wasters,’ or actions that lead to decreased productivity. Time wasters come in all shapes and sizes. They…

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Engagement vs Entanglement: Part 2

Posted on Nov 23rd, 2015 - By Doug - 0 Comments

Leaders must be intentional in creating and developing a culture that encourages an entangled philosophy. Employees must be empowered to act on…

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Engagement vs Entanglement: Part 1

Posted on Nov 16th, 2015 - By Doug - 0 Comments

What in the World is Entanglement? These were the first questions that popped into my head when I first began to study the concept of workforce…

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The Lighthouse Coaching Model – Customized for You!

Posted on Nov 9th, 2015 - By Doug - 0 Comments

Lighthouse Leadership is committed to providing each and every client with the highest level of service. Our core values help us achieve this…

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UPCOMING WEBINAR WITH JACKIE B. PETERSON

Posted on Nov 2nd, 2015 - By Doug - 0 Comments

Sometimes getting started is the hardest part. So many of us are desperate to follow our dreams and live the lives we imagine, but when it comes…

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FIVE LEADERSHIP ROLES YOU NEED TO PERFECT

Posted on Oct 26th, 2015 - By Doug - 0 Comments

All leadership behaviors can be grouped into five major roles. Technician: a doer, grounded in the present, who works on one technical project at a…

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THE POWER OF ‘NO’

Posted on Oct 19th, 2015 - By Doug - 0 Comments

NO –The Most Powerful Word in Time Management. It’s vital to effectively managing time. It may not be easy to say no, but the truth is, the…

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Are You a Trustworthy Manager?

Posted on Oct 12th, 2015 - By Doug - 0 Comments

Would it surprise you to learn that many dog owners trust their canine companions more than they trust their bosses? Research shows that only 36% of…

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Envision Success: 3 Tips for Achieving a High Performance Workplace

Posted on Jul 20th, 2015 - By Doug - 0 Comments

Envision Success: 3 Tips for Achieving a High Performance Workplace A few years ago I ran my first half-marathon. Crossing the finish line amidst…

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Your Leadership Pool: Sink or Swim?

Posted on May 8th, 2015 - By Doug - 0 Comments

Is your company’s leadership pool, a puddle or a lake? To have a deep lake, when is the best time to invest in talent development and…

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Does Your Left Brain Know What Your Right Brain is Up To?

Posted on Apr 6th, 2015 - By Doug - 0 Comments

Are you naturally brilliant at certain work related tasks and perhaps feel like a bumbling fool at others? Chances are if you’re like the rest of…

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Self-Management Predicts High Performance

Posted on Feb 5th, 2015 - By Doug - 0 Comments

You know him, the one with abundant talent and potential, but who always seems to fall short. You also know the person who overcomes every obstacle…

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Why Leadership Coaching?

Posted on Dec 8th, 2014 - By Doug Lundrigan - 0 Comments

Why should I consider having a leadership coach? There are no superstars who got to be that way without a coach. The best of the best can’t see…

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Micro-Aggressions in the Workplace: Roots and Fruits

Posted on Nov 1st, 2014 - By Doug Lundrigan - 0 Comments

“Wow, you’re quite articulate (for a black person.)” “Hey, you’re really good at math (for a woman.)” “I’m surprised, you…

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Emotional Pain at Work

Posted on Sep 25th, 2014 - By Doug Lundrigan - 0 Comments

Emotional Pain at Work What is it about being human that seems to compel us to both give and receive agony of the heart?  Is it beyond our…

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E-Comp: Influence Predicts High Performance Leadership

Posted on Aug 15th, 2014 - By Doug Lundrigan - 0 Comments

Emotional Competence:  Influence Predicts High Performance Leadership  Do you know someone who has much authority but little influence? I…

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E-Comp: Self-Awareness Predicts High Performance Leadership

Posted on Mar 28th, 2014 - By Doug Lundrigan - 0 Comments

Emotional Competence:  Self-Awareness. You know him.  We all do - that leader whose blind ambition and narcissism requires him to win and be right…

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Evolution of Workplace Culture: A Baby-Boomer’s Guide

Posted on Feb 19th, 2014 - By Doug - 0 Comments

Radio interview of Lighthouse Director Doug Lundrigan by Jackie B. Peterson, author of Better Smarter Richer, on Solo Pro Radio. Part 1 January…

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3 Tips for achieving a High Performance Workplace

Posted on Dec 8th, 2013 - By Doug Lundrigan - 0 Comments

A few years ago I ran my first half-marathon. Crossing the finish line amidst the cheers from my family, who ran the last quarter mile with me, was…

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Catch the Entrepreneurial Bug with Doug and Jackie

Posted on Nov 4th, 2013 - By Doug Lundrigan - 0 Comments

Doug and Jackie discuss various symptoms of business disease, diagnostic tools, how to get employees to bring their hearts and souls to the…

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Cultivating Trust in the Workplace

Posted on Oct 28th, 2013 - By Doug Lundrigan - 0 Comments

Would it surprise you to learn that many dog owners trust their canine companions more than they trust their bosses? Research shows that only 36% of…

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Approaching Zero Error Communication

Posted on Jul 8th, 2013 - By Doug Lundrigan - 0 Comments

"One-third trim, niner ze-ro feet, two degree up bubble," ordered the commanding officer to his diving officer." "Aye sir, one-third trim, niner…

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Team ‘s Three Legs

Posted on Apr 28th, 2013 - By Doug Lundrigan - 0 Comments

We had a blast! We won awards! We were recognized by our peers and the C-suite for our excellence! Work was exhilarating and fun! Our competitive…

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Missing Link: Productivity to Emotional Intelligence

Posted on Apr 28th, 2013 - By Doug Lundrigan - 0 Comments

Why should your firm invest training dollars in a program designed to increase emotional competencies for your staff? Psychologists understand…

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You Are Sitting on a Gold Mine

Posted on Jan 13th, 2013 - By Doug Lundrigan - 0 Comments

You may be throwing wealth away every day. Don't take offense…your business isn't alone. Most businesses are tossing gold on the trash heap on a…

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