The November 2011 Leadership Development Carnival

Great Leadership By Dan

Welcome to the November 6, 2011 edition of leadership development carnival! Actually, it's supposed to be a beautiful Fall day here in New England, and the Carnival host is anxious to head over to the Maine seacoast for some seafood with Mrs. Great Leadership, so something had to give.

Five Ways to Transfuse Energy into your Team

Kevin Eikenberry

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Leadership & Influence

N2Growth Blog

Great relationships take great amounts of effort, energy and commitment. Associate with energy gainers and not energy drainers. Leadership creating influence Developing Influence Influence Leadership and influence Mike Myatt N2growth

Where do you get your energy?

Lead Change Blog

Posted in Leadership Development Self Leadership If you are a character-based leader you will strive to be the best you can be. Where do you get your energy? Leadership Development Self Leadership Character Character-based Leadership energy leader Leadership Self DevelopmentYou will be leading with integrity, and courage and regard to others. You will be after a noble cause or at the very least a noble way to reach your objectives.

Character Development + Skill Development = Leadership

The Leadership Advisor

There are as many ideas about leadership development as there are workshops, programs, and philosophies about leadership development. Leadership development is as much about philosophy as it is anything else.

Leadership Lessons: 5 Critical Requirements When Leading Change

C-Level Strategies

Steve Woodruff and I couldn’t be happier to be welcoming our leadership colleague Mike Henry Sr. as this week’s Leadership Chat Guest Host. Visionary leadership makes all the difference. Otherwise, my energy will wane, and then too will my followers.

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Leadership and Feminism

Women on Business

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Giving Constructive Feedback: Eight Leadership Essentials

C-Level Strategies

At last week’s Leadership Chat we focused on the art of praise in leadership development. Beware of rashness, but with energy, and sleepless vigilance, go forward, and give us victories. Magnetic Leadership Program. ~.

10 little Things That Will Make a BIG Difference In Your Leadership

Terry Starbucker

Great leaders bring that energy into every room they enter, and infuse it into every dialogue they have. Leadership

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Can Forgiveness in Leadership Be Empowering for All?

C-Level Strategies

To forgive involves the release of energy-draining emotions of hurt, disappointment, anger and many times resentment. Never to forget, allows the attachment and energy of those emotions to continue living with us. Forgiveness in Leadership.

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When Leadership Means Leaning On and Letting Go

C-Level Strategies

For years I thought the words “leadership&# and “strength&# were in many ways synonymous. And while I’m not advocating that military leaders break down crying in the middle of battle, I have come to the point where I believe the word “leadership&# can also be synonymous with the word “vulnerable.&# After all, it’s our humanity that brings with it vulnerability in its purest form. Last week I experienced a very difficult, watershed day.

That Inner Nervous Energy…Some of Us Thrive On It

Ron Edmondson

Do you know that nervous energy you get when you face the uncertainty of life? When’s the last time you felt that nervous energy? Culture Encouragement Fear Leadership Life Plan Ministry Vision Entrepreneurs Faith Risk

Three Personal Fears to Conquer for Leadership Success

C-Level Strategies

We’ve danced sophisticatedly around the topic for months now at Leadership Chat , and it’s simply time to face it head-on. That’s the type of energy you are sending out…an energy of need and fear that attracts to it more need and fear. It’s time.

Leadership & the Map of Consciousness

EnLeadership

leadership research I’ve been doing over the last six months. Therefore, it relates to a huge leadership issue and opportunity. If we want people to contribute more and disturb less, we need to look at this from a leadership perspective.

Leadership Lessons From A Lemonade Stand

The Leadership Advisor

Regardless of your field, you can apply these five “lemonade leadership lessons” to your own work, at any stage of your career. They bring a high level of energy, enthusiasm and excitement to their work – and inspire their teams to do the same.

Visionary Leadership: Inspiring Woman Brings Independence to Many

C-Level Strategies

No one defined the great risks they took through their visionary leadership more simply than Benjamin Franklin when he said, “We must hang together, gentlemen…else, we shall most assuredly hang separately.&#. In essence, personal leadership.

Management and Leadership – Leadership Lessons from the United.

Strategy Driven

StrategyDriven Newsletter Signup StrategyDriven (Kindle Edition) StrategyDriven RSS Feed StrategyDriven Podcast iTunes Feed StrategyDriven Leadership Conversation iTunes Feed StrategyDriven Editorial Perspective iTunes Feed StrategyDriven on Facebook StrategyDriven on Twitter StrategyDriven LinkedIn Users Group Recent Articles Worn out at Work? StrategyDriven effective executives, efficient employees Home About The StrategyDriven Organization Our Company Our Contributors Karen K.

Introverts Lead Change

Lead Change Blog

Posted in Leadership Development Resources I had a chance to conduct a brief interview with our own Lisa Petrilli (LCG Author Profile, Twitter, Linkedin, Google+) CEO of C Level Strategies. It’s titled The Introvert’s Guide to Success in Business and Leadership. Leadership Development Resources energy ideas interview Introvert Lisa Petrilli Strengths The Introvert's Guide

Should Leaders Bring Feelings and Passion to Work?

C-Level Strategies

My Leadership Chat Co-Host, Steve Woodruff , and our Leadership Chat Guest Host this week, Dan Rockwell (“Leadership Freak”), both have described themselves as stoic New Englanders; they are very comfortable with the idea of suppressing their feelings.

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How to Discover Your True Path in Life

C-Level Strategies

Because we will always be around people and situations that have negative energy. Just as you don’t want to take the negative energy of others and of the world with you on your True Path, you have to come to terms with what you personally have to leave behind as well.

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Management and Leadership – Leadership Lessons from the United.

Strategy Driven

StrategyDriven Newsletter Signup StrategyDriven (Kindle Edition) StrategyDriven RSS Feed StrategyDriven Podcast iTunes Feed StrategyDriven Leadership Conversation iTunes Feed StrategyDriven Editorial Perspective iTunes Feed StrategyDriven on Facebook StrategyDriven on Twitter StrategyDriven LinkedIn Users Group Recent Articles Worn out at Work? StrategyDriven effective executives, efficient employees Home About The StrategyDriven Organization Our Company Our Contributors Karen K.

3 Ways to Be a Positive Leader

Leading Blog

It’s a simple truth: When you care about your employees and the people you work with, they are more likely to stay on the bus and work harder, with more loyalty and greater positive energy. Positive Leadership

4 Ways to Use Your Blog to Land a New Job or Client

C-Level Strategies

At the same time, I talk about myself from a personal perspective and mention some of my volunteer efforts, my degrees, and include links and mention to how I’m contributing to other organizations in the online marketing and leadership environments.

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The Introvert’s Guide to Getting Noticed in Business

C-Level Strategies

Whereas introverts generally prefer to be alone or in groups of two or three people with whom they are very comfortable, extraverts get their energy from being around others, by participating in activities and events with others, and even from energizing others.

How to Open Yourself Up to Receiving Abundance

C-Level Strategies

Tuesday night in Leadership Chat as we talked about how great leaders affect work-life balance , we touched on the concept of “lack.&#. Fear gives lack energy and power and creates a psychologically debilitating cycle.

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The Essence of Strategy (Part 2) | In the CEO Afterlife

In the CEO Afterlife

Leadership. by John • October 30, 2011 • Human Resources , Leadership , Marketing , Strategy • 4 Comments. In a strategy seminar I asked the leadership team to tell me what business they were in. Leadership , Marketing , Strategy. Leadership.

3 Leadership Lessons from Jesus' Recruitment Practices

Ron Edmondson

Home About Consulting Church Family Leadership Navigation: Home » Ministry » Church » Bible » 3 Leadership Lessons from Jesus’ Recruitment Practices 3 Leadership Lessons from Jesus’ Recruitment Practices January 31, 2011 in Bible , Innovation , Jesus , Leadership , Organizational Leadership , Team Leadership with 8 Comments I was reading John Chapter One recently and noticed something helpful in leadership.

5 Reasons Curious Leadership Will Strengthen Your Organization

Lead Change Blog

Posted in Leadership Development Workplace Issues 5 Reasons Curious Leadership Will Strengthen Your Organization: Exploring fills you with a sense of adventure, learning how things work and why they work that way makes your every cell in your body dance! 5 Reasons Curious Leadership Will Strengthen Your Organization. Leadership Development Workplace Issues actions Change Culture energy engagement Growth lead change Leadership management vision

Getting Beyond Maintenance Mode

Kevin Eikenberry

Achievement Intention Leadership Learning Manage Projects Personal Development Success energy maintenance momentumHave you ever felt like you were treading water, or maybe just floating? You are active, maybe even busy, and you are likely meeting all of your commitments, but you aren’t making any progress, not making any new progress. Several years ago my sister-in-law Kara stated this as being in maintenance mode. The description seemed [.].

The Best Time to Ask Your Boss for a Raise

C-Level Strategies

It’s different from ordinary physical fatigue — you’re not consciously aware of being tired — but you’re low on mental energy. One shortcut is to become reckless: to act impulsively instead of expending the energy to first think through the consequences.

5 Right Ways to Respond to Criticism

Ron Edmondson

Criticism, however, is a part of leadership and, if handled correctly, doesn’t have to be a bad part of leadership. This might not change your answer but may change the amount of energy you invest in your answer. What a great leadership example during times of stress!

5 Leadership Lessons: What if You Could Take Control of Your Life with One Decision?

Leading Blog

We were not put on earth to carry other people’s negative energy, nor were we created to burden others with ours.” Instead you’re allowing someone to tease you into a battle that’s not yours to fight, thus diverting your energy from the play you’re meant to run. You give energy to what is right about them. Great leaders know they cannot let others determine their moods and behaviors. The decision is ours.

Leadership and The Butterfly Effect

Linked 2 Leadership

It is a fact that positive energy begets more positive energy and a person who is seen as positive is considered to be of greater value to the human race than someone who is known to be consistently negative. He is author and behavioral analyst who lectures on leadership and motivation.

Energy Managment

Linked 2 Leadership

New Micro-Training Linked 2 Leadership: The Leadership Collaboratory Articles of Faith: Leaders Think And Contemplate Andrew Schank Leadership Sabotage: Intentional or Not? However, unlike batteries, human energy doesn’t store in reserve very well.

The Introvert’s Guide to Boosting Your Career Through Blogging

C-Level Strategies

We chose the topic, “How Introverts Can Use Blogging to Boost Their Career” because of it’s interest to the #Blogchat community and because I have a full section on this in my eBook, “ The Introvert’s Guide to Success in Business and Leadership.”

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7 Little Words, One Big Leadership Manifesto

Terry Starbucker

No need to waste time or energy spelling “it&# out – you can move on. Leadership leadership manifestoDid you ever want to get up in front of your team and utter a sentence so profound, and so packed with meaning and resonance, that everybody “gets&# you immediately, and is ready to follow you up the hill? All you need are 7 little words. Start with “ We “ Right off the bat everyone knows that you are thinking “team&#.

The Rise Of Female Leadership

What Do You Want From Them

The phoenix, with its great beauty, creates intense excitement and deathless inspiration." - Lam Kam Chuen A TIME FOR CHANGE Organizational leadership is like an exothermic reaction that releases energy when new bonds are formed. Leadership in the 21 st century is not like that.

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Change Leadership

Linked 2 Leadership

Leaders with the C-personality style may have a tendency to micromanage not so much because they do not trust others but because they think they can do the job better than others…and teaching them to do so would take too much time and energy. From Change Management to Change Leadership.

Stinky Fish Heads And The Importance Of Leadership

Terry Starbucker

He knew from experience that most problems occur because of failures of leadership – in other words, he knew that to blame the process, or the customer facing staff, or a glitch with the product or service itself, was like treating symptoms instead of finding a cure. I was getting a hugely valuable lesson about leadership, and its importance in a business. We do a lot of job-specific training and development, but not in the same proportion as leadership training.

As the Holidays Approach: How to Avoid Holiday-itis

Kevin Eikenberry

It hits about the first of December each year and impacts people’s attitudes, energy, and productivity for approximately four weeks. Leadership Learning Personal Development Christmas Holidays New Year’s Day productivity time managementYou may not even be aware of the newest quasi-medical malady facing people around the globe. Like any other malady, the first step in treatment is diagnosis. I’m sharing the diagnosis and subsequent treatment plan [.].