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Anne Grady

Anne Grady
Anne Grady is an internationally recognized speaker and author. She shares humor, humility, refreshing honesty and practical strategies anyone can use to triumph over adversity and master change. With a master’s degree in organizational communication, Anne started her own company as speaker and consultant to top organizations despite challenges she outlines in her new TEDx talk. Her new book is Strong Enough: Choosing Courage, Resilience, and Triumph. She is also the author of 52 Strategies for Life, Love & Work. For more information, visit GetStrongEnough.com

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Mind Over Moment: 6 Tools to Build Resilience, Happiness and Success

By Anne Grady | September 18, 2019

Feel stuck on a hamster wheel? These practices can help you stay calm and focused on what’s important.

What Courageous People Have Figured Out

By Anne Grady | May 8, 2017

3 keys to help you think and act boldly

5 Pointers for Getting More from Your Team

By Anne Grady | July 27, 2015

Managers are taught that holding employees accountable is the key to getting results, yet they often fail to clearly communicate their expectations. Rather than getting frustrated, try these steps: 1. Know what you want first. We may assume others are being thoughtless or selfish when they don’t satisfy our needs, but we haven’t clarified in…

Stop Trying to Motivate People—It Won’t Work

By Anne Grady | March 23, 2015

We all want to motivate someone. Parents struggle to motivate their kids. Wives try to motivate their husbands, and vice versa. And organizations attempt all the time to come up with something that will motivate their employees, from giving out company coffee mugs to bonuses. But you can’t motivate another person. Why? Because different people…

Hate Office Drama? Stop Reacting to It

By Anne Grady | March 18, 2015

Office conflict causes stress, cuts productivity and sabotages the teamwork companies need to succeed. In fact, American workers spend more than two and a half hours each week resolving it—or at least trying to. That’s costing U.S. companies $359 billion every year, according to AtTask, a task management software firm. But before you chalk up…