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Silver Classics: L2L Blogazine 2011 Top 7 (#6 of 7)

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Silver Classics is the Top 7 L2L posts over the last year. This classic review allows you to enjoy the Top Selections as L2L Editor/Publisher Tom Schulte takes some time off to celebrate his 25th Silver Wedding Anniversary! Leading From Behind by Eleanor Biddulph Sometimes the best helping hand you can get is a good, [.]. Servant Leadership

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Silver Classics: L2L Blogazine 2011 Top 7 (#1 of 7)

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Silver Classics is the Top 7 L2L posts over the last year. This classic review allows you to enjoy the Top Selections as L2L Editor/Publisher Tom Schulte takes some time off to celebrate his 25th Silver Wedding Anniversary! Design Your Best Year Ever by Kristi Royse No matter how last year was for you; this [.]. Servant Leadership

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Silver Classics: L2L Blogazine 2011 Top 7 (#2 of 7)

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Silver Classics is the Top 7 L2L posts over the last year. This classic review allows you to enjoy the Top Selections as L2L Editor/Publisher Tom Schulte takes some time off to celebrate his 25th Silver Wedding Anniversary! A Leader’s Dilemma: Spinning the Moral Compass by Gary Cohen Two summers ago my wife and I [.]. Servant Leadership

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Silver Classics: L2L Blogazine 2011 Top 7 (#3 of 7)

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Silver Classics is the Top 7 L2L posts over the last year. This classic review allows you to enjoy the Top Selections as L2L Editor/Publisher Tom Schulte takes some time off to celebrate his 25th Silver Wedding Anniversary! Managing Mondays: Dealing With Team Conflict by Jason Christensen “That’s it! I’ve had it!&# “I can’t take it any [.]. Servant Leadership

Silver Classics: L2L Blogazine 2011 Top 7 (#4 of 7)

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Silver Classics is the Top 7 L2L posts over the last year. This classic review allows you to enjoy the Top Selections as L2L Editor/Publisher Tom Schulte takes some time off to celebrate his 25th Silver Wedding Anniversary! Workplace Bullying: The Leader’s Responsibility by Aryanne Oade Sadly, reported incidents of workplace bullying are on the increase. More and [.]. Servant Leadership

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Leadership Look Back: The Top 10 Leadership eBooks of 2011

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Top 10 Leadership eBooks for 2011 Some of these eBooks from this Top 10 List will [.]. It’s that time of year: The time to take a “Leadership Look Back” at the past year to see what eBook publications provided the greatest impact for people interested in leadership development, organizational health, and personal & professional growth.

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Top 10 Ways to Be a Bad Leader

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My articles usually focus on how to be a good leader, or perhaps a better leader. In fact, most leadership articles available on the internet or elsewhere focus on the positive elements of leading. Many leadership writers prefer to write about completely positive things and focus on what leaders should do to be recognized as [.]. Servant Leadership

10 Ways To Make Your Employees Adore You

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Please do not confuse adoration with lovability, or even likability. Effective leaders have a mystique about them that sets them apart from other mortals. They have an ability to garner respect, admiration, reverence, and generally high regard wherever they go. These are the elements of adoration that we will be dealing with in this article. Different [.]. Servant Leadership business leadership Management

Leadership and The Butterfly Effect

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The Butterfly Effect. The Butterfly Effect is a scientific theory that essentially says that a small change at one place in a complex system can have large effects elsewhere.

Lead By Example

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Benjamin Franklin lived from 1706 to 1790 and yet he observed the same human behaviour that we all live with in 2011. 5 Responses Tweets that mention Lead By Example « Linked 2 Leadership -- Topsy.com , on January 12, 2011 at 1:12 am said: [.]

4 Characteristics of A Trustworthy Leader

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3 Responses 4 Characteristics of A Trustworthy Leader | LEADERSHIP WINS , on January 10, 2011 at 1:12 am said: [.] Reply Tweets that mention 4 Characteristics of A Trustworthy Leader « Linked 2 Leadership -- Topsy.com , on January 10, 2011 at 2:49 pm said: [.]

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How to Become a Level 5 Leader

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Leadership is one of my greatest passions! I am totally immersed in it, I love teaching it, and I love learning from it! And the more teaching I do on the subject of leadership, the more learning I receive from it. I learn from the process and from the wonderfully diverse people with whom I engage on the [.]. Practical Steps to Influence Servant Leadership Team Building Leadership business Dave Ramsey John C. Maxwell leadership

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Multitasking: Leader or Loser?

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Posted on January 14, 2011 by Lynne Tarter Can we really perform multiple tasks simultaneously? 2 Responses Eone , on January 14, 2011 at 1:23 am said: Well, I consider myself a multi tasker at any given point in time, especially in an organization whose function is support in nature.

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On Leadership and the Value of Dominance

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I recently had the opportunity to interact with a “successful” local company and they asked me to review a questionnaire that they require prospective hires to compete. There were 8 or 10 sort of boiler plate, interview-type of questions, which were all well and good but there was a particular question which stood out to [.].

How To Overcome The Fear Of Public Speaking

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Everyone on earth, except perhaps those who have completely taken leave of their senses, has fears of one kind or another. Fear is as much a part of the human emotional system as joy, anger and love. Many times, our fears add value to our lives because they prevent us from doing dangerous things but [.]. Servant Leadership

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On Leadership And Ego

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Lighten Up Or Heavy Up…The Choice Is Yours Have you ever noticed that a lot of people tend to take themselves too seriously? You know who I mean: Those folks who huff and puff with righteous indignation when they are challenged. Those people who glare and stare when someone says something they believe is inappropriate. [.]. Leading & Developing Other Leaders Practical Steps to Influence Servant Leadership

Courageous Unlearning

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Exclusive L2L LeaderBrief Founder’s Forum Member 2011. Leaders are busy people and are often so focused that they get their needle stuck in a groove when it comes to enlightened learning.

John Wooden’s Winning Principles

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I have always been a BIG follower of John Wooden! I have read every book on him and have worked to apply his principles to my business, my relationships, and my life. A Standard of Excellence I recently came across this INCREDIBLE strategy of standards of excellence and code of conduct to find happiness. I now [.].

How To Overcome the Fear of Change

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Americans elected President Barack Obama on the promise of change. But change is a two-edged sword. On the one side is hope; on the other is fear. Politics is a unique barometer into the psyche of the American public.

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Leaders: Your 10-Step Guide to Moral Decision Making

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Sometimes we need a “guide” to help us discern the proper action for a given situation. Your 10-Step Guide to Moral Success Ten Steps to Making Good Moral Decisions Use these steps as your guide for examining all the possible options in a situation. Go through each step in order, and make sure you do [.]. Leading & Developing Other Leaders business ethics Ethics Leadership Development moral leadership Morality values

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The Mind of a Servant Leader

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A new leadership idea was introduced not too long ago that is impacting the world in which we live and work. It is called “Servant Leadership.&# New and Radical Robert Greenleaf introduced the business world to Servant Leadership through his work at AT&T in the 1970’s. It was a dramatic shift from command-and-control leadership models that [.]. Leadership vs. Management Leading & Developing Other Leaders Practical Steps to Influence Servant Leadership

Leadership Follies – How You Kill Possibility

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6 Responses Leadership Follies – How You Kill Possibility | LEADERSHIP WINS , on January 4, 2011 at 1:13 am said: [.] Reply Dr. Tom Cocklereece , on January 4, 2011 at 7:35 am said: Great article! Reply Mark riddle , on January 4, 2011 at 7:46 am said: How?

On Leadership, Reality and Embracing Failure

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“Failure is not an option.&# How many times have you heard this in your life? Perhaps it was from your high school football coach, your college advisor discussing potential PhD programs, or the lead actor of a Hollywood action flick getting ready to disarm the nuclear weapon and save the world? This phrase is intended [.]. Coaching Corner Leadership Lessons Learned Leadership vs. Management Leading & Developing Other Leaders

On Leadership and Optimism: Being Prepared

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Most people refer to themselves as either an optimist or as a pessimist. While leading other people, it is not only important to be an optimist, but it is crucial to be a prepared optimist. The problem with leadership in this world isn’t that leaders are pessimists or optimists, it’s that leaders are not prepared on what to [.]. Leading & Developing Other Leaders Leading Change Professional Development business leadership Management optimism pessimism

Articles of Faith: Leading through Challenges

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We all face challenges on our path to achieving our goals. But what do we do when we face challenges from specific people? Do we run from it, hide from it, or just bury our head in the sand and ignore it? Do we still do this even though we have been destined to succeed? [.]. Servant Leadership Leadership Lessons Learned Coaching Corner Articles of Faith Leadership Development leadership servant leader Inspiration leadership skills Self-development courage

Leadership According to Leroy Jethro Gibbs

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Human resource directors who watch the hit television series NCIS must cringe at the leadership style of Leroy Jethro Gibbs. Special Agent Gibbs, played on the long-running show by actor Mark Harmon, is the fictional head of a team of federal agents who investigate crimes involving U.S. Navy personnel. His methods result in plenty of [.].

“I'm Not a Businessman; I'ma Business, Man!”

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One Response “I’m Not a Businessman; I’m a Business, Man!” | LEADERSHIP WINS , on January 13, 2011 at 1:13 am said: [.]

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Your Life Is A Process

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Article of Faith: 10 Core Values of Spiritual Leadership

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When I think of a spiritual leader I think of a person with tremendous energy, who knows what life is about and is living it well, who is comfortable with chosen values and lives them with integrity, who knows the value of other people and cherishes their lives and input. ”A spiritual leader is motivated [.]. Articles of Faith Practical Steps to Influence Servant Leadership billy graham business Faith Leadership Development Management

Leadership Procrastinationitis

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What Linda tried in 2010, some of us may have taken as their New Year’s resolution for 2011; overcoming procrastination. Is there a prescription treatment for procrastinationitis?

Putting You First: Leading Yourself

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One of the toughest lessons a leader must learn is this: You must learn to lead yourself before you lead others. And there is no way of getting around this. The most successful leaders know who they are, what they want, and how they get there. Flexible and Flowing As most industry leaders know, leaders [.]. Leading & Developing Other Leaders Life Balance Organizational Health Professional Development goals leading yourself personal leadership personal vision

I Believe. I’m a Leader

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So, you’re a leader… You’ve reached that impossible pinnacle for most people. You’ve reached a level that most people just dream about or envy. But you know, it’s not meant for everyone. But for those who want it and make it work, it can be very rewarding. Dream On.

10 Ways to Encourage Innovation

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I firmly believe it is a mistake of leaders to feel they can force innovation or even create innovative people. Innovation, in its purest form, means change. And while change can be forced upon people, the best changes, the kind that make an organization excellent, come from the heart of a person.

Success, Richard Branson, and the Spark Plug Mind

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7 Responses Success, Richard Branson, and the Spark Plug Mind | LEADERSHIP WINS , on January 8, 2011 at 1:18 am said: [.] Reply LaRae Quy , on January 9, 2011 at 2:25 pm said: Hi Mandy, I’m glad you enjoyed the article and I hope it was insightful.

On Leadership and Ethics: The Great 8 Habits

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Your values, code of ethics, and the internalization of the same are the basis for your development of conscience. Ethics have to come from the inside out, not from the outside in. According to Aristotle, we can grow and expand in our virtuous behavior through habit. Aristotle states: “Neither by nature, then, nor contrary to nature do [.].

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How To Find Your Dazzle

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One Response How To Find Your Dazzle | LEADERSHIP WINS , on January 17, 2011 at 1:11 am said: [.]

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The Leader's Search for Self, Meaning and Spirit

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4 Responses The Leader’s Search for Self, Meaning and Spirit | LEADERSHIP WINS , on January 19, 2011 at 1:12 am said: [.] Reply The Leader’s Search for Self, Meaning and Spirit | LEADERSHIP WINS , on January 19, 2011 at 1:13 am said: [.]

Energy Managment

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One Response Energy Management | LEADERSHIP WINS , on January 21, 2011 at 1:14 am said: [.]

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The Key to Leadership Success: Give and You Shall Receive

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Successful leaders understand that the key to success is learning how to give if they hope to receive. The act of giving can be as small as a word of appreciation or a listening ear. It can also be something as large as concessions, gifts, or favors. Coaching Corner Leadership vs. Management Servant Leadership favors gifts human behavior indebtedness obligation persuasion successful leaders

LeaderBrief: Tell a Friend

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LeaderBrief Media Kit 2011. Tell a Friend and Win! ? Amazon Kindle ? Apple iPad ? Visio 47″ LED LCD HDTV ?. LeaderBrief Leadership Newsletter is about to launch and reach 1.6 million opt-in email subscribers each week!

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