The more aware we are, the more we see, learn and know about ourselves, our world and our workplace. The more we know what fits us, the more we know what works for us and what doesn’t work for us. The quality of our decisions about work and life improve. We activate our built-in competitive advantage.

The Leading Edge provides tips, guidance and thoughtful content to help you develop your inner leader to be your best self, while also encouraging and developing those around you to be their best, as well.

In every moment of every day, you have the opportunity to think and act as a leader. Embrace it. Be the leader of your own life. Be a leader everywhere.

Be On the Disengagement Hunt
There are things in your workplace and life that disengage the people around you. It could be meetings that run
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3 Ways to Prepare to Ace Your Job Interview
So, you are thinking of leaving your current job to see if there is something that fits you better. Maybe
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See the Bigger Picture
Most of us have tunnel vision. We primarily focus on what is right in front of us, if we even
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Caregiver, learning self-management to be better
Learning How to be Self-Managed
Do you have an epic nickname from when you were younger? Mine was Mom. I was the mom of the
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Go beyond what is expected; don't be average.
Don’t Do Average. Make It an Experience.
You have to eat dinner. You could eat something pre-made; just heat it in the microwave and eat it in
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Managing Your Self-Talk
A big part of who we are at The Forte Factor is dedicated to helping our clients be the best
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follow your passions by starting your future
Is “Follow Your Passion” Bad Advice?
A recent study at Stanford explored the difference between finding your passion and developing your passion. The research examined how
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Pay or Purpose – What Really Activates Employee Performance?
A limiting belief in the workplace is that employees simply work for their paycheck. Though some do, this is an
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I Don’t Believe in an Identity Crisis
I read an interesting article on Scary Mommy about a woman describing her identity crisis in her mid-30s. She talks
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What Type of Parent Are You? Learning about Productive and Unproductive Parenting Styles
Somewhere along the way, you learned how to be a parent. Maybe your own parents served as guidance for what
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