LeadershipNow 140: December 2013 Compilation

Leading Blog

Here are a selection of tweets from December 2013 that you might have missed: Top Themes to Pull Forward from 2013 by Jon Mertz @ThinDifference. From @TalentCulture : Becoming A Leader Others Want To Follow. Noonan: The Most Memorable Words of 2013.

LeadershipNow 140: November 2013 Compilation

Leading Blog

Here are a selection of tweets from November 2013 that you might have missed: From @TomAsacker : The Paradox of Success. 4 ways to change it @WillYakowicz. Is It Time to Close Your Facebook Account?> Bradford: How Do You Manage Up in the Workplace?

LeadershipNow 140: August 2013 Compilation

Leading Blog

Here are a selection of tweets from August 2013 that you might have missed: The Future of Work Part II: 10 Tips For Professionals by @odesk. Bloomberg''s Peter Grauer: How the ''And Factor'' Defines Leadership - Knowledge@Wharton. Mike Henry Sr: Managers: How well are you connecting?

LeadershipNow 140: May 2013 Compilation

Leading Blog

Here are a selection of tweets from May 2013 that you might have missed: Why Managers Haven''t Embraced Complexity by Richard Straub - HBR. From DDI > When It Comes to Leadership, All Conversations are Crucial by Mark Busine. From @tomasacker: Do you want to succeed?

LeadershipNow 140: June 2013 Compilation

Leading Blog

Here are a selection of tweets from June 2013 that you might have missed: The Gift Of Being Present by @LollyDaskal. Culture and the Chief Executive CEOs are stepping up to role as leaders of their company’s thinking and behavior.

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LeadershipNow 140: April 2013 Compilation

Leading Blog

Here are a selection of tweets from April 2013 that you might have missed: Ariens CEO outlines Seven Skills of a Lean Leader. How Do You Show Up As A Leader In Your Organization? When do you need to show more support when presenting ideas ? Six Steps to Energy " Dan Rockwell ?@Leadershipfreak.

LeadershipNow 140: March 2013 Compilation

Leading Blog

Here are a selection of tweets from March 2013 that you might have missed: 6 Distractions Leaders Need To Resist by John Bossong. Managers: How well do you listen? Mike Henry Sr: Go to 3,000 ft. to Get a More Reflective Big Picture Perspective.

Best Leadership Books of 2013

Leading Blog

All of these titles help us to look at ourselves more deeply by asking the right questions. Sustainable leadership is a direct result of leaders that encourage feedback, listen and act positively on the information they receive to take their leadership effectiveness to the next level. The list below represents my picks for the best leadership books of 2013. * * *. Steven Snyder offers insights as how we should accept and reconcile the struggles we experience.

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March 2013 Leadership Development Carnival

Jesse Lyn Stoner Blog

Welcome to the March 2013 Leadership Development Carnival! Thanks to those who contributed the many excellent posts on leadership practices, the workplace environment and personal mastery. Steve Roesler of All Things Workplace offers Tips To Pinpoint Real Issues At Work.

2013 Best Summer Reads

LDRLB

For many people, work life might just slow down enough to let summer reading pick up. Perhaps this year you’ve been extra busy, and need to catch up on some of 2013’s good new releases. Or maybe you’re looking out to what books are on the horizon. Summer is fast upon us.

How to Lead a Successful Sales Meeting

Lead Change Blog

Posted in Leadership Development Sales meetings are an important process to organizing and motivating staff in order to increase sales and maintain business relationships. Following a few of these tips will help to improve the productivity of [.]

How to Manage Workplace Conflict

Lead Change Blog

Unfortunately for HR reps, they often have to deal with the brunt of conflict resolution concerns. Whether its co-workers who don’t like each other or a negative relationship between a boss and employee, conflict leads to poor productivity and affects everyone else in the workplace.

First Look: Leadership Books for September 2013

Leading Blog

Here''s a look at some of the best leadership books to be released in September. Beyond the Idea : How to Execute Innovation in Any Organization by Vijay Govindarajan and Chris Trimble. Thinking in New Boxes : A New Paradigm for Business Creativity by Luc de Brabandere and Alan Iny. The Firm : The Story of McKinsey and Its Secret Influence on American Business by Duff McDonald.

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First Look: Leadership Books for June 2013

Leading Blog

Here''s a look at some of the best leadership books to be released in June. How to Change Minds : The Art of Influence without Manipulation by Rob Jolles. The Great Degeneration : How Institutions Decay and Economies Die by Niall Ferguson. The End of Competitive Advantage : How to Keep Your Strategy Moving as Fast as Your Business by Rita Gunther McGrath. Icons and Idiots : Straight Talk on Leadership by Bob Lutz.

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First Look: Leadership Books for July 2013

Leading Blog

Here''s a look at some of the best leadership books to be released in July. The Rise of the Naked Economy : How to Benefit from the Changing Workplace by Ryan Coonerty and Jeremy Neuner. Worthless, Impossible and Stupid : How Contrarian Entrepreneurs Create and Capture Extraordinary Value by Daniel Isenberg. The Leadership Contract : The Fine Print to Becoming a Great Leader by Vince Molinard.

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How to be an Encouraging Leader?

Lead Change Blog

Think of a time of when you had a problem and you needed to talk to someone. Posted in Leadership Development “People go farther than they thought they could when someone else thinks they can.”

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First Look: Leadership Books for March 2013

Leading Blog

Here's a look at some of the best leadership books to be released in March. Fred 2.0 : New Ideas on How to Keep Delivering Extraordinary Results by Mark Sanborn. Leadership and the Art of Struggle : How Great Leaders Grow Through Challenge and Adversity by Steven Snyder. Create Distinction : What to Do When "Great" Isn't Good Enough to Grow Your Business by Scott McKain. Decisive : How to Make Better Choices in Life and Work by Chip Heath and Dan Heath.

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Staying Motivated: How to Prime Your Pump

Lead Change Blog

Posted in Leadership Development “Let him that would move the world, first move himself.” ” — Socrates “Rev it up!” “ I’m pumped!” “Shake it loose!” Where does this type of energy come from?

How to Gracefully Deal with Failure

Lead Change Blog

Posted in Leadership Development [link] Introducing Natalie Runyon, a leadership strategist for aspiring female executives who want to change the world. I am honored to be one of the featured speakers in her upcoming Free Telesummit Be the CEO of Your Career.

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First Look: Leadership Books for January 2013

Leading Blog

Here's a look at some of the best leadership books to be released in January. Infectious : How to Connect Deeply and Unleash the Energetic Leader Within by Achim Nowak. Admired : 21 Ways to Double Your Value by Mark C. Taking Smart Risks : How Sharp Leaders Win When Stakes are High by Doug Sundheim. Rebooting Work : Transform How You Work in the Age of Entrepreneurship by Maynard Webb and Carlye Adler.

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The June 3rd, 2013 Leadership Development Carnival

Great Leadership By Dan

Welcome to the June 3rd, 2013 edition of the Leadership Development Carnival! Julie Winkle Giulioni from juliewinklegiulioni.com presents Want to Kill Young Workers'' Motivation and Drive? At all costs, avoid "You''re too young to."”. An Addiction to Core Revenue Streams.

How to Win Over a Skeptic

Lead Change Blog

Others believe you have to at least try to enroll them. Posted in Leadership Coaching Team Dynamics [link] Some believe you should just ignore skeptics.

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How to Lead Like an Xceptionalist

Lead Change Blog

Posted in Leadership Development [link] Kevin Kelly and I connected recently to talk about his latest book, DO! The Pursuit of Xceptional Execution. Kevin is an internationally acclaimed leadership and motivational speaker and best selling author.

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How to Not Be “That” Manager

Lead Change Blog

As an employee, can you relate to any of these scenarios? Posted in Leadership Development Self Leadership Managers of people can get a bad rap. Sometimes it’s deserved. You receive a series of emails from your boss on the XYZ Project.

How to Make Better Decisions

Leading Blog

We have opinions about nearly everything and are quick to jump to conclusions based only on the information that is right in front of us. Forty-four percent of lawyers would not recommend a career in law to young people. The future has an uncanny ability to surprise.

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How to PERSUADE your Boss

Let's Grow Leaders

All attempts to persuade him have failed. Others are counting on you. […] The post How to PERSUADE your Boss appeared first on Let's Grow Leaders. Related Stories 5 Ways to Benefit from a Disengaged Boss What Makes Leaders Different?

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How to Impress an Executive

Let's Grow Leaders

She had just written about how to make the most of a temporary seat at the table. The post How to Impress an Executive appeared first on Let's Grow Leaders. He was sitting in for his boss at the executive’s staff meeting.

February 2013 Leadership Development Carnival

LDRLB

Welcome to the February 2013 Leadership Development Carnival. There’s a lot of good material here, so don’t be afraid to bookmark this page or add it to your reading list to cover each post one at a time.

The Big Question: What does it takes to lead?

N2Growth Blog

He said a political pollster told him once that every great leader need to demonstrate three things: Motive. A leader who is motivated, passionate and spontaneous can use these attributes to build what all leaders need: trust, that bond that links followers to the individual and the cause.

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Frontline Festival-May 2013: Trust and Transparency Edition

Let's Grow Leaders

Welcome to the May Frontline Festival. Thanks to all the amazing thought leaders sharing their perspectives on Trust and Transparency. Building Trust Wally Bock of Three Star Leadership says you “can’t build trust,” in his post How do I trust thee? The post Frontline Festival-May 2013: Trust and Transparency Edition appeared first on Let's Grow Leaders.

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How to develop a flexible leadership style

Lead Change Blog

Posted in Leadership Development [link] CCL’s Nick Petrie writes, “Hindsight does not lead to foresight since the elements and conditions of the system can be in continual flux”?

How to Live

Kevin Eikenberry

He led a meaningful life, and showed many more of us how to do so through his example. Questions to […]. Last week, I shared and wrote about creating a meaningful life. This week, I celebrate the untimely death of a close life long friend, John Allison.

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The January 2013 Leadership Development Carnival: Best of 2012 Edition

Great Leadership By Dan

Welcome to The January 2013 Leadership Development Carnival: Best of 2012 Edition! Each of the leadership bloggers below were asked to submit their best (i.e., How to grow a company that remains healthy long into the future. Dare to be kind."

How to Walk

Leadership Freak

We have forgotten how to walk. All we do is go places. A proper walk doesn’t have a destination. Gwyn Thomas put it this way, “But the beauty is in the walking — we are betrayed by destinations.” Those who truly walk don’t sweat. Lacing up walking shoes during lunch is exercise, not walking. Walking […]. Innovation Leading Personal Growth Growth health Leadership Development leadership journey

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How to Be a Great Follower

Let's Grow Leaders

If your house is on fire, you want to know there’s someone calling the shots. My friend, a Battalion chief leading the City’s firefighters, shares great stories of […] The post How to Be a Great Follower appeared first on Let's Grow Leaders.

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How To Stay Relevant & Have Impact

Lead Change Blog

If we are going to handle this continually changing the world, we have to adapt ourselves. All we can really control is how we react, and more importantly, pro-act to our world.

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How to Expose a Two-Faced Leader

Let's Grow Leaders

The post How to Expose a Two-Faced Leader appeared first on Let's Grow Leaders. Related Stories Frontline Festival-June 2013: Conflict Edition Peer Pressures: 5 Reasons You Frustrate Your Peers Perfect Vision is Over-Rated.

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How to Be Visionary

Kevin Eikenberry

People look up to visionaries, they profess to wish they had the skill or gift of seeing and creating a grand picture of the future.

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How to Give Advice

Great Leadership By Dan

This is important, because for advice giving truly to work, you must be ready for the protégé to choose not. to take your advice. Pay attention to the sequence; it is crucial to your success. Ask Permission to Give Advice.

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No Joke: The April 1st, 2013 Leadership Development Carnival

Great Leadership By Dan

Welcome to the April 1st, 2013 Leadership Development Carnival! However, this year is different, because I get to host the April Carnival and bring you an outstanding collection of the “best of the best” in leadership development. Supervisors are the key to engagement.

But I Thought We Were Friends – How to Lead Peers

Lead Change Blog

Posted in Leadership Development Workplace Issues [link] How Could You? How could you let this happen?” He was angry. His tight words and finger stabbing the air made it clear: he felt betrayed. He had just been fired…by the President of the Company. “Me??

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How to make relationships work

Aspire-CS

When relationships become complicated or “dysfunctional” (as my clients like to call them) it’s frustrating, draining, gets in the way of our goals and disrupts our peace of mind. I chose to stop the madness and turn my finger around. Guest post by Jen Todd.

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How to Discover Your What

Leading Blog

Your WHAT is the “single most crucial element of your life that needs to be identified, defined, and fulfilled,” says Steve Olsher in What is Your What? It should be noted here that finding your what is not a surefire way to fame and riches—or gainful employment for that matter. At the same time, some people chose to work at jobs that do not fulfill or satisfy their what because it fills a purpose or a value that they consider to be greater than their own personal needs.

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