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TME is Phil’s latest blogging adventure and is a multi-author take on leadership and management that is simple, to the point and always positive. Top 30 Leadership Blogs 2010 | N2Growth Blog (n2growth.com) [.] Engineering Manager with Adobe Systems).

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What is the Best Leadership Blog of 2010?

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Consulting Speaking Training Products KevinEikenberry.com About Blog Home Blogs I Like Leadership Learning Subscribe What is the Best Leadership Blog of 2010? Kevin Reply Dan-Leadership Freak November 17, 2010 at 6:15 am Kevin, Just a quick note of thanks for including Leadership Freak.

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The June 2010 Leadership Development Carnival

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SHRM - Society for Human Resource Managment Indispensible for the HR Professional! Steve Roesler  presents  Managing: You're Still In It Together  posted at  All Things Workplace  where Steve has a reminder for managers about how to be a successful. 

Best Leadership Blogs 2010 | N2Growth Blog

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Kevin Eikenberry ( @kevineikenberry ) opened-up voting for The Best Leadership Blogs of 2010 yesterday , and the N2growth blog was one of 11 blogs nominated for the award. Copyright/Legal Privacy Resources Sitemap N2Growth Blog © Copyright 2010 N2Growth.

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Best Leadership Books of 2010

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Bury My Heart at Conference Room B : The Unbeatable Impact of Truly Committed Managers by Stan Slap. A crisis exposes character or the lack of it. Our reaction is important. Our recent history requires a response; a correction; a change in the status quo. If we are thinking more-of-the-same or merely upping our game then we are destined to fail again. On the other hand if we are looking to change our games or approach, then we have a way forward.

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Employee Engagement: 2010 Research Insights

Michael Lee Stallard

In July, Hewitt released a report showing that for the quarter ending June 2010, 46 percent of the 900 organizations it tracks experienced declines in employee engagement versus 30 percent of the organizations that experienced improved employee engagement.

Best of Leadership Blogs 2010 – Coming to a Close

Kevin Eikenberry

Five Reasons to Make Discomfort Your Friend How to Get Lazy People to Work Ten Decisions Leaders Make Everyday Ten Ways to Make a Great First Impression Five Minutes - a Key to Successful Time Management Kevin Eikenberry: Thanks Dave!Kevin

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Glamorous Celebrity Deaths and Minimal Taxes in 2010 :: Women on.

Women on Business

As we read year-end and best-of 2010 articles and watch the tribute shows, take a moment to try to add up the cumulative wealth of those being remembered. As a result, we started 2010 with no estate tax, and the year was fraught with controversy about how to handle estate planning.

Thoughts on the Best of Leadership Blogs 2010 Event

Kevin Eikenberry

Five Reasons to Make Discomfort Your Friend How to Get Lazy People to Work Ten Decisions Leaders Make Everyday Ten Ways to Make a Great First Impression Five Minutes - a Key to Successful Time Management Kevin Eikenberry: Thanks Dave!Kevin

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Gratitude - 2010

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Home Go to QAspire.com Guest Posts Disclaimer Gratitude - 2010 I am filled with gratefulness as I think about 2010 coming to an end. John Hunter is a passionate improvement expert who shares some profound lessons on management, leadership, lean and Deming. with Phil Gerbyshak Management Craft Nicholas Bate NOOP.NL

Servant Leadership Observer ? November 2010

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December 2010. November 2010. October 2010. September 2010. August 2010. July 2010. June 2010. May 2010. April 2010. March 2010. February 2010. January 2010. Why Technology Managers Make Great Leaders. Twitter.

2010 Has Been A Pretty Good Year for Elon Musk

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Next Level Blog Executive Leadership Development Overview Executive Coaching Group Coaching Presentations, Retreats & Workshops Leadership Assessment The Life GPS® Enterprise-Wide Leadership Development Programs The Next Level Book Overview Read It Buy It Learn More About It Be a Part of It Speaking Overview Topics Book Scott Eblin Upcoming Events For Program Coordinators Resource Center Overview Newsletter Next Level Community Board Hot Links Media Room Overview Late Breaking News Interview Questions Press Kit Photos « Requirements for Earning Your Leadership Merit Badge | Main | How to Push Back on Your Boss » December 10, 2010 2010 Has Been A Pretty Good Year for Elon Musk This is the time of year when leaders tend to look back on the past 12 months and ask, "How's it gone this year?"  If you're Elon Musk, you'll probably need a little more time to answer than the average leader to answer that question. In case you haven't heard of Elon Musk, he's a cofounder of PayPal , the CEO of Tesla Motors and the CEO of SpaceX.   From what I've read lately, Musk has had a pretty good year. Tesla is best known for its very hot $100k electric battery powered roadster that goes from 0 to 60 in under four seconds. One blew by my rental car on the 101 freeway on a trip to California this year.  Very sweet.  Not very practical though.  After all, what's the market for six figure sports cars?  That's really not what Musk is after though.  As reported in Wired magazine a few months ago, Musk bought the former NUMMI manufacturing plant valued at $1 billion from Toyota for $42 million. That's where Tesla is going to build battery powered family sedans.  When his company was just about to run out of cash, his engineers rigged a Smart car with Tesla batteries and he convinced the executives of Daimler Benz to license his technology. This week, his other company, SpaceX, became the first commercial company in history to put a spacecraft in orbit and bring it back to earth.  The plans are that SpaceX's Falcon rocket and Dragon capsule will be used to transport astronauts and equipment back and forth from the International Space Station.  So, when you're 39 years old and one of your companies is building high tech fast cars and your other company is launching rockets into space, by some standards, you've had a pretty good year.  To get a little more insight into what makes Musk tick, check out this interview he did with Stephen Colbert.  It's funny and informative. So, is Musk the perfect leader? Unlikely, since there really aren't any of those.  Are all his ventures likely to succeed?  Probably not. He does, however, exhibit the clarity of focus, passion and willingness to make big bets that leaders who make game changing moves seem to share. If nothing else, it's fun to watch what he's going to do next.  Wonder what 2011 has in store for him? Posted by Scott Eblin on December 10, 2010 in Current Affairs , Leadership | Permalink TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference 2010 Has Been A Pretty Good Year for Elon Musk : Comments Verify your Comment Previewing your Comment Posted by: | This is only a preview. Your comment has not yet been posted. Your comment could not be posted. Error type: Your comment has been saved. Comments are moderated and will not appear until approved by the author. Post another comment The letters and numbers you entered did not match the image. Please try again. As a final step before posting your comment, enter the letters and numbers you see in the image below. This prevents automated programs from posting comments. Having trouble reading this image? View an alternate. 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An Easy and Fun Way to Prepare for 2011

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Home ELS Home Leadership Development Executive Leadership Training Change Management Learning Products Employee Selection Contact us Dec 30 An Easy and Fun Way to Prepare for 2011 By admin As I’ve enjoyed family time in the mountains of Colorado (the snow is excellent this year!),

My Five Most Read Posts of 2010

Kevin Eikenberry

Consulting Speaking Training Products KevinEikenberry.com About Blog Home Blogs I Like Leadership Learning Subscribe My Five Most Read Posts of 2010 by Kevin Eikenberry on January 3, 2011 in Leadership , Learning This time of year lots of people publish lists. (I

3 Important Things I Learned About Social Media in 2010 :: Women.

Women on Business

This year of 2010 has been a revelation to me as to the ins and outs of Social Media.

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What matters in 2010?

Lead on Purpose

What matters in 2010? Webber “After a decade of truly spectacular underachievement, what we need now is less management and more freedom – fewer individual automatons and more autonomous individuals.&# - Daniel H.

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As Promised – Very Long Post on Managing Remote Teams | Survive.

Survive Your Promotion

Tips for New Managers on Navigating the Transition from Individual Contributor to Team Leader Skip to content Home About the Book About Katy Recommended Reading ← A Different Kind of Rowe Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Management Team? Survive Your Promotion!

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Defining the Offer: Making Managers into Leaders team-based.

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2 Steve Delko November 10th, 2010 at 7:02 pm Great presentation! I like your idea: developing managers into leaders. Be sure to sign up for FREE practical leadership and management tips in the red box above.

Hay Group's 2010 Best Companies for Leadership

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Hay Group, a global management consulting firm, released its 2010 Best Companies for Leadership Study and Top 20 list. The study ranks the best companies for leadership around the globe and examines how those companies develop current and future leaders.

Lessons from the Best Global Brands 2010: Building trust and.

Strategy Driven

Figure 1: The Interbrand Best 100 Global Brands 2010 A look at two brands’ performances from this year’s table offers insight into how brands can navigate today’s marketplace. which resulted in an increase in brand awareness of 72 percent between 2004 and 2010.

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Manager vs. ?

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Posted on September 27, 2010 by Michael Ray Hopkin Titles are an interesting concept. “Manager&# is an interesting title. An account manager is different from a store manager. Much has been written on the topic of “manager&# vs. “leader&# over the years.

Leadership and Product Management

Lead on Purpose

Product managers hold a unique position in the company: they depend on people from other groups, but they do not have managerial authority over those people (in most cases). Product management — at every level — is a leadership role within the organization.

Management vs. Leadership

Survive Your Promotion

Must all managers be leaders? The leader sets up the target, inspires the troops and then moves on to other things while the manager develops and implements a tactical plan to achieve the goal. Great managers need to actively develop and grow their leadership skills.

Managing Board Relations | N2Growth Blog

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In today’s post I’ll deal with a skill set that all successful CEOs excel at…managing board relations. What’s interesting to me is that of all the constituencies that CEOs must deal with, the relationship with a board of directors is among the easiest to manage.

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A Round Up of My Writing in July 2010

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Home Go to QAspire.com Guest Posts Disclaimer A Round Up of My Writing in July 2010 July 2010 – another spectacular month came to an end, and I didn’t notice that in frenzy of things going around. with Phil Gerbyshak Management Craft Nicholas Bate NOOP.NL

Managing Yourself First Checklist

Leading Blog

Make sure that the first person you are managing every day is yourself. Adapted from It’s Okay to Manage Your Boss by Bruce Tulgan Take good care of yourself outside of work so that you can bring your best self to work every day. Arrive a little early to work and stay a little late. Focus on playing the role assigned to you before trying to reach beyond that role. Focus on doing your tasks, responsibilities, and projects very well, very fast, all day long.

Randy Pausch on Time Management

Survive Your Promotion

Tips for New Managers on Navigating the Transition from Individual Contributor to Team Leader Skip to content Home About the Book About Katy Recommended Reading ← The Cardinal Sin of Relationship Building Emotion and Management – How Much is Too Much? Survive Your Promotion!

Best of Blogs Winner

Kevin Eikenberry

Consulting Speaking Training Products KevinEikenberry.com About Blog Home Blogs I Like Leadership Learning Subscribe Best of Blogs Winner by Kevin Eikenberry on December 16, 2010 in Leadership , Leadership Blogs , Learning The polls are closed, the votes are in, and we have a winner!

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Customer Experience Management | N2Growth Blog

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I was recently asked the following question: “What is the difference between CRM and CEM, or is there any difference between the two?&# In a previous post I addressed the practice of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) in fairly great detail.

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Three practices of successful product managers

Lead on Purpose

In most companies product managers have a lot of products and significant responsibilities. With all the meetings, floods of email, and requirements to manage, the thought of focusing on a product’s profitability can be illusive.

A Round Up of My Writing in August 2010

QAspire

Home Go to QAspire.com Guest Posts Disclaimer A Round Up of My Writing in August 2010 August 2010 came to an end, and once again, I didn’t quite notice it in frenzy of everything going around. with Phil Gerbyshak Management Craft Nicholas Bate NOOP.NL

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Important leadership content you can apply immediately.

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Home ELS Home Leadership Development Executive Leadership Training Change Management Learning Products Employee Selection Contact us Sep 08 Important leadership & team content you can apply immediately. 2 Jean Wilkinson September 9th, 2010 at 7:49 am This is a great concept and plan.

Introducing Our New Team Excellence Assessment

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Home ELS Home Leadership Development Executive Leadership Training Change Management Learning Products Employee Selection Contact us Oct 26 Introducing Our New Team Excellence Assessment By admin How does your team stack up to a world-class heart transplant team?

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What New Managers Do Wrong « Survive Your Promotion!

Survive Your Promotion

Tips for New Managers on Navigating the Transition from Individual Contributor to Team Leader Skip to content Home About the Book About Katy Recommended Reading ← Bailing on Your New Year’s Resolutions Already? Are your management skills holding you back?

10 Tips for New Managers | Survive Your Promotion!

Survive Your Promotion

A while back I wrote a list of the top mistakes new managers make , so here is the companion to that list – 10 things you should do when you take on a management position: 1. Find out what’s important to your manager and to upper management so you don’t fail the final exam.

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Emotion and Management – How Much is Too Much? | Survive Your.

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Tips for New Managers on Navigating the Transition from Individual Contributor to Team Leader Skip to content Home About the Book About Katy Recommended Reading ← Randy Pausch on Time Management The 15 Minute Drill → Emotion and Management – How Much is Too Much?

Leadership Skill Development: Leadership During Chaos

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An Easy and Fun Way to Prepare for 2011 Introducing Our New Team Excellence Assessment How to Utilize the Team Excellence Assessment Defining the Offer: Making Managers into Leaders team-based learning and development services This Leadership Perspective Will Change Your Life!

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Firing Employees – The New Manager's Field Guide to Termination.

Survive Your Promotion

Tips for New Managers on Navigating the Transition from Individual Contributor to Team Leader Skip to content Home About the Book About Katy Recommended Reading ← Is it the shoes? Are you looking for support as you transition to management? Survive Your Promotion!

Celebrating Women Leaders! and develop your leadership skills at.

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Home ELS Home Leadership Development Executive Leadership Training Change Management Learning Products Employee Selection Contact us Mar 02 Celebrating Women Leaders! Be sure to sign up for FREE practical leadership and management tips in the red box above.

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Leader's Guide to Radical Management

Kevin Eikenberry

Radical Management, though not succinctly defined by the author, is an approach to leadership and management that leads to greater job satisfaction, higher productivity, client delight and continuous innovation.

Problems with leadership development processes…

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I was working with a major pharmaceutical company that had an internal two-week management development process. They sent quite a few people through this management development program, and I and EL was a key part of the training process.

Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Management Team?

Survive Your Promotion

Tips for New Managers on Navigating the Transition from Individual Contributor to Team Leader Skip to content Home About the Book About Katy Recommended Reading ← As Promised – Very Long Post on Managing Remote Teams Which Way is Bermuda? Survive Your Promotion!

Patrick Lencioni on Trust | Survive Your Promotion!

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