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Reflect, Learn, and Propel into the New Year

The turn of the calendar year is a great time to reflect on your past year of experiences, digest what you’ve learned, and look ahead to what new “experiments” to try. To help you through this discovery, I've created a simple "ACGT" guide.  Onwards on your scientific leader journey!

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Check out past "Try It" newsletters:

This Surprising Behavior Helped me Lead my Team to Accomplish its Goals

How Practice Makes Growth (& The Top 4 Scientific Leadership Ideas of the Year)

Here’s How To Overcome Uncertainty & Get Your Message Out When & Where It’s Needed

How a Leader Moves from Idea to Implementation

Here’s How to Approach This Often Overlooked Leadership Factor

How Experimenting in a Foreign Language Taught Me Intelligent Risk-Taking

How Leaders Communicate to Get Things Done and Make an Impact

Why Behave Like There’s All The Time in the World, Even When There’s Not

Why Leaders Should Explain the Why

How Leaders Can Let Go a Little to Accomplish a Lot

How a Powerful Question Can Get You Unstuck

What Effective Leaders Always Do Before Responding to a Challenge

The Surprising Decision Factor that Launched a Career, and How You Can Use It Too

Why Personal Growth is Too Important to be Left to Chance

Why the “Golden Rule” Isn’t Great for Effective Communication

How Knowing What You DON’T Like Can Be a Powerful Driver of Change

Are You Showing Up as Your “Stress Self” or Your Best Self Today?

What I Learned About Leading Courageously When a Trip Took an Unexpected Turn

What a Science Fiction Novel Taught Me About Leadership Communication

The Shift from Expert to Leader: What a Modern-Day Fable Teaches Us

The World Doesn’t Need Another Leadership Model (But I Made One Anyway)

What Delights You at Work? (And Why It Matters)

When Leaders Should Tell Instead of Show

Why Managing Your Manager Is a Career Superpower

How Leaders Can Leverage the Difference Between “Showing” and “Telling”

Leader, Are You Aware of the Difference Between Knowing and Noticing?

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