A Three Course Coaching Buffet

Kevin Eikenberry

While you could consider this a coaching buffet, allowing you to pick what you like from the list, I’d rather you consider it a three-course meal – where you sample and benefit from each of the [.]. Today, I have three morsels for you as a coach.

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Social Media Revolution 2013

Chart Your Course

Social Media Revolution 2013. The post Social Media Revolution 2013 appeared first on Leadership Speaker | Employee Engagement | Gregory Smith: Chart Your Course International. Are you using social media to grow your business? If not, you are missing out.

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3 Critical Factors To Help Your Team Stay The Course

Tanveer Naseer

Of course, this makes a lot of sense when we realize that our chances to succeed in pushing forth a new initiative or change mandate is dependent on how much our employees are genuinely invested in bringing their best efforts to transforming this idea into our new reality.

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Be a Dog…Without Fleas of Course

Dave Bratcher

Why is our dog so crazy? The picture above is the kinder-gentler version. This animal has continued to eat and grow. His name is Henry and he is the best dog we have ever had, although he is still CRAZY.

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February 2013 Leadership Development Carnival


Welcome to the February 2013 Leadership Development Carnival. There aren’t many courses about how to ask questions, but great questions can help you become a great boss. This month’s Carnival offers an array of fresh insights for a fresh year.

10 Reasons Why Every Manager Should take a Finance Course

Great Leadership By Dan

We just finished a “ Finance and Accounting for the Non-Financial Manager ” program this week for a large client. The audience was mostly engineers – program and project managers, the ones in charge of designing and making complex stuff. It was 3.5 days, which may seem like a lot, especially for a topic that has the potential to be deadly dry and boring. The participant’s comments and evaluations at the end of the program reminded me of why every.

Why Are 2013 Graduates Considered Unprepared?

Chart Your Course

Meanwhile, of the hiring managers that are looking at 2013 graduates, the majority only plans to hire one or two this year. via Why Are 2013 Graduates Considered Unprepared? The post Why Are 2013 Graduates Considered Unprepared? By Ashley Bowers.

4 Breakthrough Leadership Strategies for 2013


2013 represents a great opportunity to leapfrog our mental models and innovate our way to breakthroughs for ourselves, our teams, our organizations and, of course, our customers. And in today’s 2013 environment, uncertainty has never been greater.

Coming Soon from Chart Your Course: Build Your Business Boot Camp!

Chart Your Course

Sincerely, The post Coming Soon from Chart Your Course: Build Your Business Boot Camp! appeared first on Leadership Speaker and Motivational Speaker for Businesses | Employee Engagement | Gregory Smith - Chart Your Course International. Build Your Business Boot Camp.

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Discard and Replenish: What Will You Stop Doing in 2013?

Let's Grow Leaders

2013 will bring new challenges, exciting initiatives and inspiring ideas. With that will come more work, new project plans, and of course new metrics and reporting. The new initiatives will come [.] The post Discard and Replenish: What Will You Stop Doing in 2013? listening performance planning Questions Vision 2013 planning discard goal setting letting go visionYou had a great year… you worked hard, you achieved results, and learned along the way.

2013 Trends and The Power of Women

Women on Business

I was recently asked to think about how 2013 trends will impact women in the work force and how women will impact the trends. But many of the trends are picking up speed now and should become even more pronounced in 2013. Of course, and they’ve done so for much of history.

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Innovating Higher-Education

Lead Change Blog

Posted in Leadership Development Resources [link] MOOCs (Massively Open Online Courses) are a very hot topic in higher education and corporate training. Leadership Development Resources Coursolve Online Courses Student Leadership

New E-Learning Communications Course From The Grossman Group

Eric Jacobson

The Grossman Group has launched its new Take5 ™ to Communicate Well three part e-learning course designed to teach managers at all levels how to plan and deliver effective communications to their employees.

The Ultra-short Course on Seduction

Rajesh Setty

Since it’s an ultra-short course, I won’t go into all the details but will give you an overview of what it takes to create an automatic seduction. How can you seduce someone? Important Note: With the Valentine’s day around, the title can be misleading.

What I learned from attending New Media Expo 2013 in Las Vegas!

Bernd Geropp

New Media Expo 2013/ Blogworld. It is a free of charge 30 day course I highly recommend. The same is of course true for your own country/ region. Last week I travelled from Germany to the US for the New Media Expo in Las Vegas.

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10 New Year’s Resolutions for Leaders

Great Leadership By Dan

For 2013, I’m going to: 1. I’ll take a course, join toastmasters, hire a coach, practice, and get feedback from others. I’ll take a course and/or read a book on what it takes to be an innovative leader, and pick 2-3 things to implement and practice. leadership goals 2013 resolutions new years goalsThis post was first published 1/1/2013 on SmartBlog on Leadership: Having trouble coming up with a good leadership New Year’s resolution? Here’s a list of 10 to pick from.

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When in the Course of human events… a nation was born

Strategy Driven

You just finished reading When in the Course of human events. The post When in the Course of human events… a nation was born appeared first on StrategyDriven.

ASQ Buffalo Quality Conference 2013 :: Mike is Presenting

Mike Cardus

ASQ Buffalo 2013 Quality Conference. I will be presenting 2 workshops at the ASQ Buffalo 2013 Quality Conference – October 15 & 16. ASQ Buffalo 2013 Quality Conference. October 15 Quality Conference. October 16 Quality Seminars. At the Millennium Hotel – Buffalo NY.

52 Ways To Avoid Giving An Immediate Answer

Lead Change Blog

Of course, if you work as in law enforcement or an emergency room, sometimes immediate decisions are necessary. Posted in Change Management Workplace Issues No one likes being pushed or bullied into making snap decisions.

How to Lead a Successful Sales Meeting

Lead Change Blog

However, they can also easily veer off-course, lose focus and in turn, discourage employees. Posted in Leadership Development Sales meetings are an important process to organizing and motivating staff in order to increase sales and maintain business relationships.

Be Willing to Shake the Tree

General Leadership

Of course, no one, including Mandela himself, knew the full impact his actions would one day have on the world. “For to be free is not merely to cast off one’s chains, but to live in a way that respects and enhances freedom for others.”. Nelson Mandela.

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25 Coaching Questions to Create your 2013 Leadership Development Plan

Great Leadership By Dan

How can you find a good course, a book, articles, websites, blogs, podcasts, and other learning resources related to your learning goals? As the year winds down, it’s a good time to reflect on what you’ve accomplished and learned as a leader and what you’d like to focus on for the coming year. Creating an Individual Development Plan (IDP) is a great way to capture those actions and increases your chances of keeping your commitments to yourself.

Experiment Like An Expert

Lead Change Blog

Of course, to be perceived as an expert you need to know something about your area of expertise. Posted in Leadership Coaching Leadership Development [link] There’s a lot of pressure, and even hype, out there about the need to be or become an expert.

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Are We Really “All Connected”?

Lead Change Blog

Of course this model continues to be both valid and useful. Posted in Leadership Development Light Your World Reviews [link] Today’s world, for the most part, has been framed in a mechanistic model based on Newton’s laws of the physical universe.

Graduate Leader Mashup

Dave Bratcher

Only you can chart the course from this point forward. Your email: Leadership Uncategorized @davebratcher class of 2013 Dave Bratcher graduate graduation leadership leadership engaged The Jackson Sun

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QAspire Blog: Looking Back at 2013


Looking back at 2013 fills me with gratitude. Here are some (but not all) highlights: I did an insightful (and very useful) online course titled “ The Art of Leverage ” with my friend and mentor Rajesh Setty. Feb 2013 – Do KRA’s and Rewards Help in Quality?

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Booknotes: 16 quotes from Die Empty

Leading Blog

No one charts a course for mediocrity, yet it is still a destination of choice. “Don’t go to your grave with your best work inside of you.”

Why leadership requires prudence and temperance

Lead Change Blog

Of course, I can easily argue that all the virtues are important! Posted in SmartBlog for Leadership [link] Courage is an important virtue for leadership. It is critical for leading people, disrupting the status quo and having significant impact.

Inclusion: Boldly Go into the Discomfort Zone

Lead Change Blog

Of course I do. Posted in Leadership Development Now that I live in the South, I’m frequently asked if I enjoy Southern hospitality. People being pleasant and personable make encounters more enjoyable. Yet there’s something superficial about it — a congenial exchange that happens at arm’s length, well-intentioned but not deeply committed. I have that same view regarding how [.]

Be Glad They’re Telling You Off

Lead Change Blog

Of course employees are going to be paying more for less. Posted in Leadership Development Workplace Issues As a manager, have you ever been in a situation like this? You’re dreading this meeting. You’re rolling out the new changes to the benefits plan. Your goal is to keep the reaction to a low roar. One of your employees ambushes you in [.] Author information Mary C Schaefer President at Artemis Path, Inc.

What Leaders Need To Do To Create A Thriving Organization

Tanveer Naseer

Of course, the ability for an organization to create value not only impacts how innovative it can be, but also whether it can succeed and thrive in today’s fast-paced, interconnected global economy. Guy Kawasaki and Tanveer Naseer – MHLC 2013 3. “It’s

The White Knight Syndrome

Leading Blog

Of course not. As a leader it is easy to think that we alone possess all anyone needs to know; to think that our view of the world is the right one. After all the view looks pretty good from where we sit. We’ve thought everything through. We have access to more information than anyone else.

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Will You Be Ready?

Tanveer Naseer

On the behalf of the Governing Board here at Heritage, I would like to congratulate the Class of 2013 and to encourage each of you to be ready to embrace what you are meant to do.

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Decoding The Truth Of Leading Multi-Generational Workforces

Tanveer Naseer

Of course, there are those who argue that thanks to social media and mobile technology, the Millennial generation is more at ease with transparency and open sharing than their previous generations. 1) Pew Research Center’s Internet and American Life Project Spring Tracking Survey 2013.

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The Perils of Perfection

Leading Blog

Disputes are, of course, unavoidable, but great care has to be taken as to where and how they occur. The more productive course may be to scan for the classic pitfalls and react methodically. This is a post by Robert L. Dilenschneider, author of Power and Influence.

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Put Your Minutes Where Your Mouth Is

Leading Blog

This is a guest post by Robert Smith, author of 20,000 Days and Counting : The Crash Course For Mastering Your Life Right Now. Of course, if you are that serious, you probably already do.

The No-Boss Workplace: Can Great Leadership Be Crowdsourced?

Terry Starbucker

Last summer, the local startup Treehouse , a producer of online education courses, decided to create a no-boss workplace by eliminating all the manager positions from its 61-person workforce, thus creating the ultimate “flat” organizational structure.

One Important Leadership Lesson To Take Into Next Year

Tanveer Naseer

Of course, we can’t simply rely on year-end speeches or a list of organizational values framed on a wall to impart that message to those under our care. The post One Important Leadership Lesson To Take Into Next Year originally appeared on TanveerNaseer.com.

4 Reasons We Struggle with Ethics

Leading Blog

Looking back we can see that we paid a higher price than if we had stayed the course. Ethics is about who we are. Ethics is not so much about what is happening around us, it’s much more about what is going on inside of us.

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How to Be Wrong – Origins of Lead Change Group Part 6

Lead Change Blog

The course is beautiful and often so is the weather. Posted in Leadership Development Have you ever choked? I’m not talking about dinner. Choking is a performance analogy. I’ve been fortunate to play Pebble Beach Golf Links. In the golf world, it’s about as close as you can get to the center of the universe. Incredible. When you spend [.]. Leadership Development action Character-based Leadership failure managing uncertainty Origins of Lead Change Tribes

A Simple Lesson from the Declaration of Independence

N2Growth Blog

First, words count; they can change the course of history. By Brian Layer , Chair, Organizational Development, N2growth. Fifty-six Continental Congressmen signed the Declaration of Independence in July 1776.

A Leadership Trait that Saved America

N2Growth Blog

The humble acclamation of personal sacrifice turned the tide of the meeting, the war, and the course of history. By Brian Layer , Chair, Organizational Development, N2growth. Today the U.S. Army celebrates its 238 th birthday.

How to Break the 80 20 Rule

Let's Grow Leaders

Of course, your performance management structure counts these slackers to make for a nice bell curve. According to the 80 20 Rule, 20% of your team is carrying 80% of the load. If that’s the case, 80% could do substantially more.

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