Gina Breslin

The North Group Podcast – Brought to Light: Fake It ‘Til You Make It (Ep. 5)

You know what they say – “Fake it ‘til you make it!” In this episode, Roger and Gina bring to light the helpful and not-so-helpful aspects of this commonly-used idiom. When we find ourselves in uncomfortable and uncertain situations, can we get better if we “behave our way into believing?” You can also listen on: […]

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Instant Insight – Choices & Lessons Learned

Our choices, right now, can make all the difference! As leaders, it’s essential that we take time to reflect on the lessons we are learning during this season so that we can emerge stronger. Throughout our Choose Series, we have encouraged you to choose hope, encouragement, generosity, others, vision, and balance. In this video, we’ve […]

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Instant Insight – Assessments

Instant Insights – relevant, timeless principles in 60 seconds.

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No Compromise Hiring

Sep 16, 2019 By (Bio) No Comments

“If you hire the ‘right people’ again and again, you will strengthen your culture over time.” – Truett Cathy, Founder, Chick-fil-A When hiring, have you ever looked an “A-Player candidate” in the eye and said, “Sorry, but you’re just not the right fit for our organization”? GUTSY – especially in today’s tight labor market! Every CEO, […]

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The Terrible Twos – Inspirational, Aspirational, and Grand

Feb 18, 2019 By (Bio) 2 Comments

The “terrible twos” – it’s the infamous age where children become tenacious in exploring their independence, discover there is a reason for everything, and become quite famous for relentlessly asking, “Why?”  However, as evidenced by the countless number of books, the topic of “why” has continuing significance today… even in business. Bestselling authors, Jim Collins, […]

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Trust the Process

May 21, 2018 By (Bio) No Comments

During the final round of the recent Player’s Championship golf tournament, Webb Simpson had an unprecedented 7-shot lead. All he needed to do to win the nearly $2M purse was play a solid round of golf and focus on the process – play his game one stroke at a time. Fortunately for Webb, he was […]

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The Sweet Spot

Aug 21, 2017 By (Bio) No Comments

As athletes know, the right amount of stress or tension must be present for optimal performance. In the moment between the words “runners take your mark” and the starter’s gun, a sprinter must be appropriately focused and ready. Too much and they’ll jump the gun – a false start. Not enough and they’ll lose precious […]

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Oct 20, 2016 By (Bio) No Comments

He nailed it! In a recent discussion with a client, I asked an important question, “How do you inspire others?”  I was prepared to hear the responses I’ve heard so many times – “Get to know your employees, listen to them, show them appreciation, ask their opinion, be upbeat and engaging…” While these are all […]

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The Well-Rounded Myth

It’s playoff season for the NFL and yet again the beloved Philadelphia Eagles are watching from the sidelines—sorry Philly fans! My 10-year-old son, Patrick, is a big Pittsburgh Steelers fan and fortunately for him, they historically fare a bit better in postseason play. One of Patrick’s favorite players is Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. When we […]

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Leadership Barriers

While I’d like to think I am secure in who I am, confident in what I can do, and convinced of where I’m supposed to be in life, I must admit I sometimes let barriers stand in the way of my leadership abilities. Jenni Catron, in her book, Clout: Discover and Unleash Your God-Given Influence, […]

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