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28 Leadership Development Recommendations for your Individual Development Plan

Great Leadership By Dan

Welcome to the September edition of the Leadership Development Carnival ! Chris Edmonds , from Driving Results Through Culture , says that every leader needs to have " Serve my employees " as their #1 target in their individual development plan. So my development tip is this.

Change with Confidence

Leading Blog

Change with Confidence by Phil Buckley is a great handbook for working through a big change project. Not surprisingly, the first question considered is "What do I bring to the project?" Knowing the answer helps you bring confidence and resolve to the change project. Importantly, Buckley also deals with questions such as, "How do I manage my day job, change project and life?"

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Current Method / Better Way Matrix Team Building Activity

Mike Cardus

Team Project tool to create shared language of progress & regress. Can break inertia (stuckness) in how your project team operates. The tool can help the team develop ideas through discussion and discourse. Current Method / Better Way Matrix Team Building Activity.

4 Questions with Brad Lomenick about “The Catalyst Leader”

Ron Edmondson

The traits that I believe one must develop in order to become a change maker, and ultimately a Catalyst Leader. It’s a practical guide for leading now, and leading well, serving as a leadership handbook for the next generation of leaders in our country.

QAspire Blog 2012: Essential Posts Redux


This year, I contributed a 23 page chapter in “ The ASTD Management Development Handbook ” published by American Society for Training and Development. Develop a discipline to execute your art regularly.That is the only way I know to achieve excellence.

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Improve Decision-Making With Help From the Crowd

Harvard Business Review

Kickstarter is one of a growing number of crowdfunding platforms for gathering money from the public to fund all sorts of projects. IBM saw these online social systems for investing in new ventures and decided they would like to develop a similar system internally for selecting innovative projects. Instead of the typical process where technology projects are picked by a review board, people in IBM’s IT community can participate as submitters, backers, and evaluators.