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5 Tricks To Create A Consistent Writing Habit

Joseph Lalonde

It’s my belief that every leader should be writing. Whether it’s writing a blog like this one or writing a book, a leader who writes down his thoughts is able to touch more lives. But a complaint that I often hear is that there’s no time to write.

Something Uplifting to Start Your Week

Next Level Blog

Photo credit: Justin Gilliland – The New York Times. If you’ve been avoiding the news lately, I can understand that. It’s not a particularly uplifting time in the United States and the world.

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Leadership Lessons from a 19th Century Genius

Leading Blog

W ILLIAM JAMES, one of the great thinkers of the late 19th century and the father of modern American psychology, has much to offer the modern executive.

What Is Talent Acquisition?

Women on Business

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3 Tips on How to Become a Magnetic Leader

Great Leadership By Dan

Guest post from Roberta Matuson : Lots of people think they are magnetic leaders when they are anything but. I define magnetic leaders as those who appear to effortlessly attract talent that will stick around. I open my book, The Magnetic Leader: How Irresistible Leaders Attract Employees, Customers and Profits , with the results of a recent TinyPulse New Year Employee Report, where one thousand working Americans shared their workplace wishes for the New Year.

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Effective Leadership Is Just Seven Questions Away

Great Leadership By Dan

Guest post from Michael Bungay Stanier: Recently, I stepped into an elevator on the way to a meeting and noticed that the button you press to close the door quickly was much more worn than the one you press to keep the door open. You’ve probably done the same as me: jabbing the button to get the door closed so I can get ON with things. And it made me laugh, really, because it’s a delightful microcosm of how we’re always trying to rush things, big and small, in business and in life.

5 Don’ts of Healthy Communication

Ron Edmondson

In my career, I work with a lot of people in a lot of settings. You might say my job involves a lot of relationships. In the process, I have learned the key to healthy relationships is communication. Communication is an art of sorts. Some are better at it than others.

Using Body Language to Communicate More Effectively

Kevin Eikenberry

While we might think (or wish) that communication were as simple as the words we say being the message, that isn’t reality. The truth is there is far more to our message getting received than just our words.

Types of Coaching in the Workplace

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Leadership Lessons And Quotes From Back To The Future

Joseph Lalonde

A Reel Leadership Article (Flashback Edition) One of my favorite podcasters Pat Flynn’s, of Smart Passive Income and Ask Pat, favorite movie is Back To The Future. So, I figured why not use Back To The Future as the first “flashback” Reel Leadership article.

7 Questions that Answer the Ultimate Opportunity of Leadership

Leadership Freak

The easiest thing leaders do is get things done. The hard part is the people. Leaders are ineffective if all they do is get things done. The true focus of leadership: Leaders focus… Continue reading → Leading Personal Growth Growth Leadership Leadership Development

7 Quick Tips for Handling Stress

Ron Edmondson

Stress is all around us. Every day I encountered burned out and stressed out pastors. Regardless of your career, it appears life is more stressful than ever. I would say learning to handle stress may be one of the more important things you can do to lead effectively and long-term.

The Keys to Strong Working Relationships

Strategy Driven

You may enjoy your job immensely, but if you haven’t got good working relationships with the people you work with on a daily basis, it can make your life a misery. All it takes is one failed relationship to make your whole view on your job change completely.

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The Best People For The Job vs. The Best Job For The People

Women on Business

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5 Ways You Can Improve Your Relationships

Leading Blog

K NOWING how to work with and relate to people is an imperative. Relationship building is critical for anyone wishing to rise to any position of leadership. The guidelines for achievement are many. Here are five ideas you might be able to start using today: Avoid becoming an antagonist.

3 Prevailing Beliefs that Limit Leadership

Leadership Freak

What you believe about yourself, others, and events governs your attitudes and behaviors. Limiting beliefs produce limited results. 3 prevailing beliefs that limit leadership: #1. Leaders are tough. Leaders do tough things. Successful… Continue reading → Lies Leaders Believe Marks of leaders Success Leadership Development leadership success

One Very Sobering Leadership Principle

Ron Edmondson

There is a sobering leadership principle every leader needs to know. Often we learn it the hard way, so I think it might be helpful if I prepare you for it – in case you don’t know. The fact is: Who you are in your private life impacts who you are in your professional life.

Little Rocks, Big Rocks, and Life

Lead Change Blog

How fast do you answer emails and texts? Are you known for being responsive to interruptions or quick to weigh in on social media? Do you make it a point to hold time on your calendar every week to read, meet someone new, or just think?

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5 Characteristics of High Performance Culture

Women on Business

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Unlocking Your Potential

Coaching Tip

In the cognitive sciences there is a phenomenon known as the Pygmalion effect. . Also known as the Rosenthal effect for one the psychologists who discovered it, the phenomenon is simple enough: It reveals that higher expectations lead to better performance. The phenomenon is more than a theory; it has been demonstrated in the lab. So why don't we expect more from ourselves?

One Predictable Source of Tension on Teams

Leadership Freak

Tension between Dreamers and Doers is predictable and useful. Unfortunately, when misunderstood, tension creates drama and feels personal. Mutual irritation: Dreamers think about what will go right. Doers warn Dreamers about things that… Continue reading → Doer Dreamer Feeler Leadership Leadership Development

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Cyber Threats to Churches: What Would Your Church Do?

Ron Edmondson

This is a guest post by my friend Lincoln Kaffenberger. Lincoln was a member of our church plant, served as a military officer, and now works as an information technology professional in the financial sector.

You Won’t Improve if You Don’t Focus

Lead Change Blog

Aristotle once said, “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, therefore, is not an act, but a habit.”. This quote comes to mind whenever I think of my personal and professional improvement over the lifespan of my career.

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A Guide to the Employee Onboarding Process

Women on Business

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Weekly Round-Up: Consequences of Easy Outs, Crucibles of Leadership, Be Everyone’s Favorite Boss, Leadership Lessons as an Expat, & Are You Leading or Hurting?

leaderCommunicator

Welcome to my weekly round-up of recent top leadership and communication blog posts. As many of you know, each week I read and tweet several great articles and on Fridays, I pull some of my favorites together here on my blog.

5 Ways to Build Your Reputation as a Leader

Leadership Freak

People justify their judgement once they tag you with a reputation. Character is more important than reputation. But leaders ignore the latter to their peril. You have one: Reputation is the way people… Continue reading → Influence Marks of leaders Personal Growth Leadership Development leadership success

Evolve As An Entrepreneur In 3 Simple Steps

Strategy Driven

Photo courtesy of Pexels. Being an entrepreneur is not a career choice that means you can stay static. If you’re never moving forwards and developing your skills, you’ll just get passed by all the other entrepreneurs that are doing just that.

How to Harness the Power of Your Intuition

Leading Blog

T HE SECRET to the visionaries we celebrate is that they made connections that others overlooked. They saw their hunches as opportunities. They are smart people to be sure, but their A-ha moments come from “their prolonged practice of being curious, empathetic and imaginative.”

Say What You Really Think and Transform Your Life

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Reflections on Truth: Why Is It So Elusive?

Leading in Context

By Linda Fisher Thornton Why Is The "Truth" So Elusive? Last summer, I explored what great thinkers have said about truth in this post: "Reflections on Truth: Are You a Seeker?" Today I'm going to dig a little deeper into the question "What is truth?". Complexity Context Ethical Thinking developing leadership skills leadership skills truth what is truth? how do we find the truth

How Haters and Supporters Produce the Same Results

Leadership Freak

Compassionate supporters and negative haters often employ similar behaviors that produce the same results. Haters and supporters: Haters gossip and backstab in the shadows. But when it’s time to work on improving someone’s… Continue reading → Criticism Gossip Marks of leaders Personal Growth Taking others higher weaknesses Leadership Development

8 Essential Tracking Strategies You Need To Succeed

Strategy Driven

In the business world, success is everything. You don’t need to have a capitalistic mind to agree: Without success, your business fails. Costs increase, profits fall, and ultimately the business faces bankruptcy.

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Constraint Kick Starts Creativity

Lead Change Blog

Complete this sentence: I could do more if I had…. Many of us would fill in the blank with words like these: money, time, bigger house, better job, different spouse. There are many externals that we naturally think of as constraints, boundaries on our ability to achieve, to get ahead, to succeed.

How Executive Coaching Leads to Bigger and Better Promotions at Work

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