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Candice Lewis has made it a personal mission, from now until Christmas, to not utter any of those tired icebreaker one-liners. What personal development mission are you setting your sights on?

I officially abdicate from the role of Queen of (Lazy) Small Talk

Candice Lewis on The Slade Report

I’m currently completing a Ross Clennett Program – Leadership Coaching for High Performance (highly recommended, BTW). As part of my homework, I explored some of Ross’s previous blog articles as... Read »

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    Call out for a call back!

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