LeadershipNow 140: January 2014 Compilation

Leading Blog

Here are a selection of tweets from January 2014 that you might have missed: 10 Trends Change Leaders Can’t Ignore in 2014 by @PattiBJohnson. How Companies Can Manage Power Struggles : Think King Arthur, not Napoleon. From @wallybock > Looking Back at 2013 and Ahead to 2014.

LeadershipNow 140: December 2014 Compilation

Leading Blog

Here are a selection of tweets from December 2014 that you might have missed: 50 Crazy Ideas To Change Education via @teachthought. The Best of Marshall Goldsmith 2014 by @coachgoldsmith. A Simple Way to Manage the End Of Year Rush by @ScottEblin. Steering Clear of “Flailure” by @ArtPetty. Dealing w/ Toxic People: Pleasures That Calm by @KateNasser. How to Maximize Your Energy When You Don''t Have a Lot by @JesseLynStoner.

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LeadershipNow 140: October 2014 Compilation

Leading Blog

Here are a selection of tweets from October 2014 that you might have missed: How to Encourage the Lazy and Disengaged by Karin Hurt via @letsgrowleaders. David Ogilvy’s Contrarian Management Advice by @GregoryCiotti. 5 Times When it Pays to Focus on the Negative by @Mark_Sanborn. The best advice in business: 40 execs reveal their secrets to success via @FortuneMagazine. Six Reasons Why Boundaries Help Everyone Be More Successful by @KevinEikenberry.

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LeadershipNow 140: November 2014 Compilation

Leading Blog

Here are a selection of tweets from November 2014 that you might have missed: FT: Overworked and uninspired - the misery of the middle manager. NANO TOOL: Five Steps for Managing Culture Change from @Wharton. Lincoln Thanksgiving Proclamation by @JamesStrock. Why are idiots SO CONFIDENT? Fascinating article on supposed “experts” via @PacificStand. Are you Leading Well? 13 Questions to Ask Yourself by @charlesstone. 7 Tensions You Can Expect in Fast Growth by @RonEdmondson.

Top 10 Most Read Articles In 2014.

Rich Gee Group

Here are my top ten for 2014 to get you ready for 2015! Be A Better Leader – 30 Leadership Hacks For Managers. The post Top 10 Most Read Articles In 2014. Every year, I go back and track my website analytics to uncover what articles really resonated with my readers.

LeadershipNow 140: April 2014 Compilation

Leading Blog

Here are a selection of tweets from April 2014 that you might have missed: The 4 Practices of Successful Flat Organizations by @JesseLynStoner. Bob Mankoff: Management Is A Laughing Matter by @JohnBaldoni. Understanding The Needs of Your Employees by Georgina Stewart. 4 Tips to Engage Your Employees by Piera Palazzolo. The Untold Story of Larry Page''s Incredible Comeback | Inc. How to Be More Confident : 13 Simple Tips | Inc.

LeadershipNow 140: May 2014 Compilation

Leading Blog

Here are a selection of tweets from May 2014 that you might have missed: Are You Leading with Value in Mind? Master Time Management From Inside Out by @LollyDaskal. Managing Risk: A Checklist for Leaders from @wharton. by @monedays. Your Job is to Clear the Path by @ArtPetty. Today''s Challenge: Developing Leaders by @LeadersServe (Mark Miller). Leading Change – It’s Not About You by @paul_larue.

My Top 10 Leadership Insights For 2014

Tanveer Naseer

Not only did 2014 mark five years that I’ve been writing online for this blog, but this was also the year I finally added “author” to my list of credentials with the release of my first leadership book, “Leadership Vertigo”.

The Best Leadership Books of 2014

Leading Blog

Reinventing Organizations : A Guide to Creating Organizations Inspired by the Next Stage of Human Consciousness by Frederic Laloux Based on three years of research, Reinventing Organizations describes the emergence of a new management paradigm, a radically more soulful, purposeful and powerful ways to structure and run any organization. A S LEADERS we must learn and grow. We must be creative and innovative in our organizations but perhaps more importantly, in working on ourselves.

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4 Insights From My 2014 Reader Survey

Joseph Lalonde

Time management is a big challenge with leaders. Some of my focus will shift towards helping you manage your time better and what you can do if you’re overwhelmed with busyness. The post 4 Insights From My 2014 Reader Survey appeared first on Joseph Lalonde.

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First Look: Leadership Books for July 2014

Leading Blog

The Alliance : Managing Talent in the Networked Age by Reid Hoffman, Ben Casnocha and Chris Yeh. Here''s a look at some of the best leadership books to be released in July. How the World Sees You : Discover Your Highest Value Through the Science of Fascination by Sally Hogshead. Fierce Patriot : The Tangled Lives of William Tecumseh Sherman by Robert L. O''Connell. The Curve Ahead : Discovering the Path to Unlimited Growth by Dave Power.

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The Biased Manager

Lead Change Blog

” Next time you are making a people management decision, stop and take a critical look at how biases may be informing your choices. Workplace Issues diversity equality HR Human Resources Leadership managing people people management racism

Featured at Leadership Development Carnival July 2014

ReImagine Work

I’m honored to be included in the July 2014 edition of the Leadership Development Carnival , hosted by S. The post Featured at Leadership Development Carnival July 2014 appeared first on ReImagine Work.

Top Posts And Commenters For February 2014

Joseph Lalonde

9 Time Management Tips For Young Leaders. The post Top Posts And Commenters For February 2014 appeared first on Joseph Lalonde.

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Managing Conflict

Lead Change Blog

Are you someone who struggles managing conflict? I am not one who enjoys managing conflict. Bill holds a BS in Management, an MA in Leadership, and is an active member with the International Coaching Federation. Leadership Development Conflict Management Self Development workplace relationships Many leaders are uncomfortable when it comes to confrontation. Conflict resolution is one of the most difficult tasks leaders face.

Leading Ethically in 2014 (The Mindset and Action Steps)

Leading in Context

These timely articles published in Fox Business, The CEO Magazine, the Management Excellence Blog and the LeadBig Blog, detail the mindset for ethical leadership success and the specific action steps that leaders can take to be intentional and proactive about ethical leadership.

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Best New Leadership Book Of 2014

Eric Jacobson

I’ve found great success in developing programs like our year-long Leadership Academy for middle managers or our six-month program called Employee 100 for front-line staff. Question : How do you engage middle-managers to effectively reflect your philosophies?

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Featured in The Booth Company August 2014 Newsletter

ReImagine Work

The post Featured in The Booth Company August 2014 Newsletter appeared first on ReImagine Work. As Seen On Manager/ Employee Communication What it Means to Treat People Humanly at Work compassion culture dignity engagement humans at work motivation

The Best of Marshall Goldsmith 2014

Marshall Goldsmith

2014 has been a fun year for me! The last two weeks of 2014, we’re taking a “holiday break” from the regular blog to run two special blogs to cap off the year. December 9, 2014. August 12, 2014. December 16, 2014. November 4, 2014. July 29, 2014.

Will this project manager make a good people manager?

Lead Change Blog

His company is eying him for promotion, because they want him to “rub off” on other project managers, whose results aren’t as stellar. In theory, a good project manager can become a good [.] Author information Leigh Steere Co-founder, Managing People Better, LLC—a management research firm/think tank. Sam’s team just delivered a complex project on-time, on-budget, and with impeccable quality.

Leadership Development Carnival: June 2014 Edition

QAspire

Welcome to the June 02nd 2014 Carnival of Leadership Development. John Hunter of the Curious Cat Management Improvement Blog presents his post “ A Good Management System is Robust and Continually Improving ” and says, “ An organization succeeds because of the efforts of many great people.

Change Management Lessons from Eating Snakes and Rats

Lead Change Blog

Keep that perspective in mind as our change management back story. Change Management Starts With Compelling Rationale. Change Management Turns On Perceived Emotional Worth. Change Management Is Amplified By Broad Based Participation.

December Leadership Development Carnival

Michael Lee Stallard

For example, in “ Seven Ways to Sell Your Ideas to Management ,” Joel Garfinkle of the Career Advancement Blog shares how to present your ideas in order to get them implemented – a skill you need to master if you want to be an influential leader in your company. Management Issues.

Flashback To Best New Leadership Book Of 2014

Eric Jacobson

I’ve found great success in developing programs like our year-long Leadership Academy for middle managers or our six-month program called Employee 100 for front-line staff. Question : How do you engage middle-managers to effectively reflect your philosophies?

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Determining Your Top 5 Priorities for 2014

Michael Lee Stallard

The post Determining Your Top 5 Priorities for 2014 appeared first on Michael Lee Stallard. A mistake many leaders make is they are overly ambitious in setting annual priorities.

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9 Time Management Tips For Young Leaders

Joseph Lalonde

I n today’s fast-paced world, time management has never been more challenging. Today’s most successful leaders have learned how to increase their effectiveness by managing their time effectively. Time management is a skill that takes time to development and perfect.

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Industry Leaders Who Influenced Me During 2014

Eric Jacobson

Thanks to these incredibly talented individuals who published excellent content that taught me so much during 2014: Tanveer Naseer - Leadership Coach, Speaker & Writer. Eric Jacobson on Leadership and Management Leaders

10 Management Lessons from Dragon Army

Lead Change Blog

Science fiction writer Orson Scott Card paints a marvelous portrait of people management, vividly contrasting what motivates and what demoralizes, and what creates excellence versus lackluster results. Author information Leigh Steere Co-founder, Managing People Better, LLC—a management research firm/think tank. Business insights can come from unexpected places, including children’s literature.

Favorite Quotes from ACMP’s 2014 Conference

Change Starts Here

This week I attended the Association of Change Management Professionals’ 2014 Global Conference. “Start with ‘D’ ‘D’ is the key to change management.

How to Help Managers Become More Strategic

Let's Grow Leaders

In a recent HBR article, Robert Kabacoff shares his research of 60,000 managers in 40 countries. Managers can learn to be more strategic through understanding, exposure and challenge. Instead invest in your highly talent managers and teach them the art of strategy.

Managing the Strong, Arrogant, Obnoxious Type

Let's Grow Leaders

And that the next leader who manages this guy will have more courage. They come in all shapes and forms. Sometimes it’s talk dark and handsome, with an extra dose of charisma, and two expresso shots of attitude.

The Most Frustrating Mistake Managers Make

Let's Grow Leaders

When managers see their role as a small cog in a bigger system they do whatever they can to fit in. They trade power for conformity. Their team yearns for bold vision, challenging questions, and scaffolding support.

Managing Talent in a Passion Driven Job Market

Strategy Driven

The question then becomes, as a business owner, leader or HR manager, what should you do about it? I would contend that the best investment you can make is in talent management. That manifests itself in how we recruit, manage, appraise and develop talent.

The Change Agent’s Dilemma Radio Show – 2014 Episodes

Change Starts Here

In this episode, Dotty Posto, President of Posto Management Consulting, shares how to use creativity to design breakthrough change communication. Modernizing Change Management with Agile and Lean Practices. Managing Change in Today’s Dynamic Global Economy.

Be A Better Leader – 30 Leadership Hacks For Managers.

Rich Gee Group

I managed large teams for over 20 years in corporate and have been coaching C-Level clients for 14 more. During this time, I’ve probably run into every scenario a manager can experience. Translate upper management’s vague directives into things your team can understand and take action on. When things go well, don’t tout yourself to upper management, tout your team. The post Be A Better Leader – 30 Leadership Hacks For Managers.

Job Security: Change Your Mind, Change Your Life

ReImagine Work

If there were other people who were not performing, management should have dealt with them already. Management is making decisions fast and furious. “…The only real security you have in this world is a reserve of knowledge, experience, and ability.”. Henry Ford.

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How to be an Effective Manager

Strategy Driven

Effectively managing people, processes, or both is in many ways a balancing act. Before a manager begins to understand all of these nuances they must learn one of the major underlying principles if they are going to recognize their full potential as leaders.

The importance of leadership in effective management

Lead on Purpose

There are many elements that make a good manager, however, one of the critical qualities is leadership. Leadership and management must go hand in hand, but they are not the same thing. Leadership and management are complementary, but it is … Continue reading → Leadership Innovation management productivity structure systems

The 5 Disciplines of Wiki Management

Leading Blog

Rod Collins writes in Wiki Management , “Today’s managers may spend more time soliciting input from their workers, but at the end of the day, the basic social technology remains the same: The managers are still the bosses, the workers are still subordinates, and the latter are still expected to do as they are told.” Coupled with management , the term offers a way to describe a way of managing designed to help managers keep pace with accelerating change.

How to Be Manager When Your Employees Are Older Than You

Let's Grow Leaders

Awkward news: You’re younger than the employees you’ll be managing. However, it has been known to make young managers uncomfortable or nervous. How can you effectively manage employees with far greater work and life experience?

28 Great Quotes to Inspire and Manage Change

Great Results Team Building

This list of 28 great quotes to inspire and help manage change may be useful to remind yourself and your coworkers of the needs and benefits that motivate successful people to not only welcome it, but to become advocates and champions for progress. Change is a continuous and ongoing process.

12 Reasons Crisis Leadership Trumps Crisis Management

N2Growth Blog

One thing is for sure – we’ll all be better off when leaders stop trying to manage a crisis and become more proficient at crisis leadership. The key to not being caught flat-footed in a crisis is often found in a leader’s ability to understand the difference between Crisis Management and Crisis Leadership with respect to their effects on purpose and the future. Crisis Management is all about leading through crises after they’ve already begun. By Damian D.

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A Memorial Day Management Test.

Rich Gee Group

This test has worked for me during my 20 years of managing large teams in corporate settings. They probably enjoy your role as their manager. The post A Memorial Day Management Test. Blog Business Coaching C-Level Career Coaching Tip Leadership Life Coaching Management Ways & Tips Energized Memorial Day Stinky Personalities Work This isn’t scientific. Let me state that right from the start.