November 2016 Leadership Development Carnival

Lead Change Blog

Welcome to the November 2016 edition of the Leadership Development Carnival! The Lead Change Group would like to thank the Remote Leadership Institute (RLI) for sponsoring the Lead Change Group (including this carnival) for November 2016. Michael Lee Stallard of Michael Lee Stallard submitted Finish 2016 Strong: Refocus, Reconnect, Reenergize. Michael shares, “With 2016 rapidly drawing to a close, now is the time to establish your plan to finish the year strong.

October 2016 Leadership Development Carnival

Lead Change Blog

The Lead Change Group is thankful to Leadership and Change Magazine for hosting the October 2016 Leadership Development Carnival. The Lead Change Group will be hosting the November 2016 Leadership Development Carnival so stay tuned for our call for submissions in the coming weeks. Marcella Bremer of Leadership and Change Magazine called the October collection of posts a “treasure chest filled with jewels, pearls, and gems that will brighten your work life.”

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Catalyst Atlanta 2016 Recap

Joseph Lalonde

Catalyst Atlanta 2016 Recap. The post Catalyst Atlanta 2016 Recap appeared first on Joseph Lalonde. L ast week I had the opportunity to attend the Catalyst conference in Atalanta, Georga. Catalyst is a gathering of church leaders who want to grow their skills and abilities. At Catalyst, you’re also challenged to grow in more than skills. You’re invited into tough questions. And that’s what this year’s Catalyst conference was all about.

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LeadershipNow 140: November 2016 Compilation

Leading Blog

Here are a selection of tweets from November 2016 that you might have missed: Learn to Respond, Not React! by @coachgoldsmith. Teaching Your Firm to Survive a Crisis by @artpetty. Telltale Signs That You Lack Emotional Intelligence by Travis Bradberry @talentsmarteq. Political Anger Is Showmanship, Not Leadership by @JohnBaldoni. If you want innovation in an organisation , no single boss should have the power to kill an idea. - @profhamel.

LeadershipNow 140: October 2016 Compilation

Leading Blog

Here are a selection of tweets from October 2016 that you might have missed: Becoming the Best Version of Yourself by @JohnBaldoni. The Attributes of an Effective Global Leader. 5 Leadership Lessons From My Tour Of Chick-Fil-A Headquarters by @JosephLalonde. Three Problems with Top-Down Teams (and How to Fix Them) via @stanfordbiz. Are Your Management Approaches Stifling Thinking? by @artpetty. 5 Ways to Sound Helpful Not Patronizing by @KateNasser.

LeadershipNow 140: September 2016 Compilation

Leading Blog

Here are a selection of tweets from September 2016 that you might have missed: Criticism, Boundaries and Useful Feedback by @JesseLynStoner. Nobody Rises To Low Expectations by @tnvora. Learn from the Best: Google’s Nine Principles of Innovation via @IXchat. The Ambidextrous Leader by Julian Birkinshaw via @LBS. Want to Be a Good Boss? Start by Understanding Why You Want to Lead via @KelloggSchool. The Key to Being Resilient by @SusanMazza.

December 2016 Leadership Development Carnival

Lead Change Blog

The Lead Change Group is grateful to Development Dimensions International (DDI) for hosting the December 2016 Leadership Development Carnival. DDI’s Rich Wellins, Ph.D., referred to the December carnival as “an array of insights that should help deepen your thinking about what it takes to grow effective leaders.” ” We concur. Please visit the full carnival post here to read all of this month’s posts.

The Lead Change Group: 2016 In Review

Lead Change Blog

361 days ago, I pressed “publish” to bring the first Lead Change post of 2016, the January 2016 Leadership Development Carnival , to life. While numbers aren’t everything, I am proud of our Lead Change metrics for 2016, and for posts like these, which garnered the most pageviews in 2016: Dysfunctional Leadership: 10 Thinking Habits to Avoid. This February 3, 2016, post by Margy Kerr-Jarrett lays it out candidly: this is what millennials want in leaders.

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September 2016 Leadership Development Carnival

Lead Change Blog

Welcome to the September 2016 edition of the Leadership Development Carnival! The Lead Change Group would like to thank Coaches Training Institute (CTI) for sponsoring the Lead Change Group (including this carnival) for September 2016. At a time when our nation is gearing up for major elections, many people claim to have what it takes to lead. It can be challenging to sort out what they mean versus what they will actually do.

January 2016 Leadership Development Carnival

Lead Change Blog

Welcome to the January 2016 edition of the Leadership Development Carnival! 2016 has been declared the International Year of the Pulses by the United Nations General Assembly. Hollis Thomases of ReinventionWorks provided Mega-Reinvention 2016 g. Mary Ila Ward of Horizon Point Consulting submitted Why You Need to Schedule a Think Week for 2016. To put your best leadership foot forward in 2016, schedule a week to do so.”

February 2016 Leadership Development Carnival

Lead Change Blog

The Lead Change Group is grateful to Paul LaRue of The UPWards Leader for hosting the February 2016 Leadership Development Carnival. The Lead Change Group will be hosting the March 2016 Leadership Development Carnival so stay tuned for our call for submissions in the coming weeks. This month, the contributors encourage all of us to continue strong in the new year, develop ourselves and our people, and stay the course of authenticity.

How To Bring Uncommon Unity – Catalyst Atlanta 2016 Craig Groeschel

Joseph Lalonde

Catalyst’s theme for 2016 is Uncommon Fellowship. The post How To Bring Uncommon Unity – Catalyst Atlanta 2016 Craig Groeschel appeared first on Joseph Lalonde. Leadership Live blogging Catalyst 2016 Catalyst Atlanta Craig Groeschel LifeChurchT oday, I’m live blogging from the Catalyst Atlanta Conference. Catalyst is a gathering of leaders to hear from some of the best and brightest in leadership.

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June 2016 Leadership Development Carnival

Lead Change Blog

The Lead Change Group is grateful to Randy Conley of Leading With Trust and The Ken Blanchard Companies for hosting the June 2016 Leadership Development Carnival. The Lead Change Group will be hosting the July 2016 Leadership Development Carnival so stay tuned for our call for submissions in the coming weeks.

May 2016 Leadership Development Carnival

Lead Change Blog

Welcome to the May 2016 edition of the Leadership Development Carnival! This edition touches on so many nuances of leadership! Starting with a discussion of leadership myths about leadership and ending with a discussion of the role of sleep, this collection has something for each visitor. Let’s Get Started. Anne Perschel of Germane Consulting submitted Is This Leadership Myth Leading You to Fail?

July 2016 Leadership Development Carnival

Lead Change Blog

Welcome to the July 2016 edition of the Leadership Development Carnival! Although mid-summer is a time when many of us slow down (as we should), this compilation of excellent cutting-edge leadership thinking will help motivate you to hit the ground running when your vacation or other summer relaxation period ends. Let’s Get Started. Art Petty of About Money Management and Leadership provided Reinventing the Organization and Leadership for a Digital Era.

March 2016 Leadership Development Carnival

Lead Change Blog

Welcome to the March 2016 edition of the Leadership Development Carnival! In this post, Conor looks back on the legacy of Frederick Douglass and imagines changes to education which would thrill him, should he visit 2016. There are so many fascinating themes in this month’s carnival! They range from how to lead in a crisis to how to develop leadership qualities when things are calm. Take a browse through ALL of this month’s fantastic selections; you are sure to come away encouraged!

April 2016 Leadership Development Carnival

Lead Change Blog

The Lead Change Group is grateful to The Thought Board for hosting the April 2016 Leadership Development Carnival. The Lead Change Group will be hosting the May 2016 Leadership Development Carnival so stay tuned for our call for submissions in the coming weeks. The Thought Board says it best when they say this month’s contributors are “taking leadership to new heights across the globe”!

First Look: Leadership Books for November 2016

Leading Blog

Here's a look at some of the best leadership books to be released in November. To Pixar and Beyond : My Unlikely Journey with Steve Jobs to Make Entertainment History by Lawrence Levy. Worth Doing Wrong : The Quest to Build a Culture That Rocks by Arnie Malham. The Mosaic Principle : The Six Dimensions of a Remarkable Life and Career by Nick Lovegrove. Thank You for Being Late : An Optimist's Guide to Thriving in the Age of Accelerations by Thomas L. Friedman.

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First Look: Leadership Books for December 2016

Leading Blog

Here's a look at some of the best leadership books to be released in December. Speed : How Leaders Accelerate Successful Execution by Jack Zenger and Joseph Folkman. Killing It : An Entrepreneur's Guide to Keeping Your Head Without Losing Your Heart by Sheryl O'Loughlin. Your One Word : The Powerful Secret to Creating a Business and Life That Matter by Evan Carmichael. Win at Losing : How Our Biggest Setbacks Can Lead to Our Greatest Gains by Sam Weinman.

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LeadershipNow 140: December 2016 Compilation

Leading Blog

Here are a selection of tweets from December 2016 that you might have missed: Don’t you love the beginning of a new year? by @mark_sanborn. VIDEO: Simon Sinek on Millennials in the Workplace. The Line between Confidence and Hubris by Tim Laseter via @stratandbiz. Five Overlooked Principles Shaping the Destiny of Your Business by @jjsviokla via @stratandbiz. Jeff Bezos: Why Getting 8 Hours of Sleep Is Good for Amazon Shareholders via @thrive.

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First Look: Leadership Books for October 2016

Leading Blog

Here's a look at some of the best leadership books to be released in October. Rock Bottom to Rock Star : Lessons from the Business School of Hard Knocks by Ryan Blair. Simplify : How the Best Businesses in the World Succeed by Richard Koch, Greg Lockwood and Perry Marshall. Becoming a Leader of Character : 6 Habits That Make or Break a Leader at Work and at Home by James L. Anderson and Dave Anderson. Small Acts of Leadership : 12 Intentional Behaviors that Lead to Big Impact by G. Shawn Hunter.

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November 2016 Leadership Development Carnival

Lead Change Blog

Welcome to the November 2016 edition of the Leadership Development Carnival! The Lead Change Group would like to thank the Remote Leadership Institute (RLI) for sponsoring the Lead Change Group (including this carnival) for November 2016. Michael Lee Stallard of Michael Lee Stallard submitted Finish 2016 Strong: Refocus, Reconnect, Reenergize. Michael shares, “With 2016 rapidly drawing to a close, now is the time to establish your plan to finish the year strong.

August 2016 Leadership Development Carnival

Lead Change Blog

The Lead Change Group is grateful to The Thought Board for hosting the August 2016 Leadership Development Carnival. The Lead Change Group will be hosting the September 2016 Leadership Development Carnival so stay tuned for our call for submissions in the coming weeks. This month is filled with a wide variety of leadership topics including idea generation , power , delegation , compassion and more.

Your 2016 relationship goals

Aspire-CS

Doug Conant, from Leadership Resolutions for 2016. The post Your 2016 relationship goals appeared first on Aspire-CS “The toughest and most results-oriented leaders are increasingly discovering that the answer lies in building relationships.” When I consider the relationships I have with those around me, I find that they are all in a different place. Some are strained or more distant than I’d like. Others need gentle nourishing and still others are exactly as they should be.

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What’s Going to Happen to You in 2016

Let's Grow Leaders

What You Do Know About 2016. confident humility Energy & Engagement winning well 2016 management and leadership new year's resolutionsIf only you had a crystal ball. The planning, the decisions, the choices would be so much easier. But you don’t. And those decisions and tradeoffs aren’t easy. Should you stay? Should you go? Is that project realistic? What if they reorganize… again? Are you getting the whole story?

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3 Money Habits To Help Unity In Our Community – Catalyst Atlanta 2016 Rachel Cruze

Joseph Lalonde

Catalyst’s theme for 2016 is Uncommon Fellowship. The post 3 Money Habits To Help Unity In Our Community – Catalyst Atlanta 2016 Rachel Cruze appeared first on Joseph Lalonde. Leadership Live blogging Catalyst 2016 Catalyst Atlanta community finances money Rachel Cruze unityT oday, I’m live blogging from the Catalyst Atlanta Conference. Catalyst is a gathering of leaders to hear from some of the best and brightest in leadership.

LeadershipNow 140: January 2016 Compilation

Leading Blog

Here are a selection of tweets from January 2016 that you might have missed: 2 books that will help you to have a more meaningful and productive year. 5 Friends: How to Start 2016 via @Mark_Sanborn Good advice. 2016 - The Year of Connected Customer by @ValaAfshar Your future customer is never offline. Why Most Change Efforts Fail and 7 Guidelines to Ensure Your Team Succeeds by @JesseLynStoner.

LeadershipNow 140: July 2016 Compilation

Leading Blog

Here are a selection of tweets from July 2016 that you might have missed: 7 Questions the World's Top Executive Coach Asks Every Single Time by @pauljsohn 5 Things Insecure Leaders Wrongly Believe by @cnieuwhof. 7 of the Hardest People to Lead via @RonEdmondson. How to Create an Exponential Mindset by @MarkBonchek. The Test Every Great Leader Must Pass by @LollyDaskal. Seven leadership lessons from Brexit via @LBS. Disciplined Thinking by John Smith.

LeadershipNow 140: June 2016 Compilation

Leading Blog

Here are a selection of tweets from June 2016 that you might have missed: The Power of a Safety Net by @KevinEikenberry. How to Silence Your Itty Bitty Committee by @scotteblin. Decisions and the Least Bad Option by @ArtPetty. Caught in Team Drift? Consider Honorable Closure by @JesseLynStoner. Why Deception Is Probably the Single Most Important Leadership Skill by @JeffreyPfeffer via @FortuneMagazine. 3 Critical Components of a Shared Mental Model by Chris Stricklin.

Live Blogging Leadercast 2016

Joseph Lalonde

The post Live Blogging Leadercast 2016 appeared first on Joseph Lalonde. T oday, I’m deviating away from my normal blogging schedule. You expect a post from me on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday of every week. A post that will peek your interest and inform you on a leadership topic. Today’s going to be different. I won’t be delivering one blog post today. Instead, you’re going to receive multiple posts. Because I’m attending Leadercast Live.

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LeadershipNow 140: May 2016 Compilation

Leading Blog

Here are a selection of tweets from May 2016 that you might have missed: How new CEOs can boost their odds of success via @McKinsey. Give ‘Em Some Space (For Possibilities) by @Julie_WG. Managers and Musicians: Leading By Being Present by @MarcellaBremer. The 4 Dimensions of Trust by @JesseLynStoner. Stop Trying to Grow Influence. Grow this Instead. by @ChadBalthrop. VIDEO: You Don’t Need A Title To Be A Leader with @SkipPritchard and @Mark_Sanborn.

LeadershipNow 140: April 2016 Compilation

Leading Blog

Here are a selection of tweets from April 2016 that you might have missed: FT: Beware the inspirational boss. Go Disrupt Yourself via @stratandbiz. Digital strategy: Understanding the Economics of Disruption via @McKinsey. Where Startups Lead, Corporates Follow – Why Co-Working is the Future via @GuardianUS. FT: A stirring reminder of shared values. 3 Ways To Avoid Being 'That Guy ' by @JohnBaldoni. The Second Machine Age by @WallyBock.

LeadershipNow 140: February 2016 Compilation

Leading Blog

Here are a selection of tweets from February 2016 that you might have missed: Why You Fall Off Track and 4 Tips to Get Back on Track by @JesseLynStoner. These are the world's top business schools in 2016. Business Books: Getting the most from a business book by @WallyBock. What Leadership Is Not by @LollyDaskal. 10 Ways to Overcome Negativity at Work by Karin Hurt @letsgrowleaders. World’s Most Admired Companies via @FortuneMagazine.

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Frontline Festival: February 2016

Let's Grow Leaders

Welcome back to the Let’s Grow Leaders Frontline Festival. This month’s festival is all about building productive workplace relationships. Thanks to Joy and Tom Guthrie of Vizwerx Group for the great pic and to all our contributors! Next month, we turn our focus to fresh perspectives for leaders. Give us your best fresh insight! Submissions due March 11th– new participants always welcome, please use this form. Trust is the glue of life.

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2016 May Be Your Year For A New Career

Lead Change Blog

What if 2016 is your year for a new career? 2016 will be closing in about 350 days, no matter what you do. “Is it just too sad to be over 40 and still figuring out what you want to be when you grow up?” This question came from a woman in a job-seekers coaching group I co-lead. Who do you want to be?” is a question we ask of young people until they’re about 23, when we suddenly stop and assume this decision has been made. It’s in the past. Whoever you are, that’s it.

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5 Ways to Boost Productivity in 2016

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We've Moved! Update your Reader Now. This feed has moved to: [link] If you haven't already done so, update your reader now with this changed subscription address to get your latest updates from us. link]. Reader Submission productivity

LeadershipNow 140: March 2016 Compilation

Leading Blog

Here are a selection of tweets from March 2016 that you might have missed: Max DePree: North America’s First CEO Design Thinker by Michael Graber @southerngrowth. Do you serve your team or are you a self-serving team member? by @JesseLynStoner. John Harbaugh's Unorthodox Approach — Football as Family by Kevin Van Valkenburg via @ESPN. The Biggest Leap You’ll Ever Make : From Team Member to First-Time Manager by @JesseLynStoner. FT: We prefer bad bosses to be 100% horrible.

The Best Leadership Books of 2016

Leading Blog

O NCE AGAIN we see that despite our rhetoric, what we are is reflected in our leaders and leadership. Actions have consequences and continuity of character matters. We need to be “urgently” reflective because too often by the time we find out it’s broken, it’s been broken for a very long time. As technology becomes more disruptive and we see more importance placed on big data and artificial intelligence, what will matter most are those things that make us human – the soft skills.

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Will You Take My 2016 Reader Survey?

Joseph Lalonde

Powered by Typeform The post Will You Take My 2016 Reader Survey? E very year I make an ask of my readers. That ask? Would you take my yearly reader survey. I want to make this blog a great resource for you and those you know. I can only do that if you help me. That’s where the survey comes in. By answering the questions in the survey, you help me to know you better. Knowing you better, helps me to create content and resources that will serve you.

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Reality Checks Leaders Must Give Themselves in 2016 (Part Two)

Lead Change Blog

In this post , I presented three reality checks leaders must give themselves in 2016. Here are the last two of five reality checks that will help you gauge your leadership aptitude and assess whether changes need to be made going into 2016. In today’s post, I complete the list of five with two more. By way of introduction, a recap of why reality checks matter: The essence of leadership lies within who you are and how you behave.

Top Ten Posts of 2016

Kevin Eikenberry

The post Top Ten Posts of 2016 appeared first on Kevin Eikenberry on Leadership & Learning. All included, I’ve written and posted well over 150 posts for this blog in the last twelve months. And according to you, and readers like you, these were the best, based on page views. If you have read them, I hope you will look and be reminded. If you haven’t seen or read them, now […]. Leadership & Supervisory Skills top blog posts

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Top 10 Posts of 2016 by @JesseLynStoner

Jesse Lyn Stoner Blog

The post Top 10 Posts of 2016 by @JesseLynStoner appeared first on Seapoint Center for Collaborative Leadership This was another banner year for my blog. Highlights included receiving the Conant Leadership Champion Award, being near the top of almost every list of top leadership bloggers, and celebrating my 5th anniversary. (I’m I’m not a newbie anymore!) Once again, I am in awe of the number of insightful and thought-provoking comments on my posts. […].

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Is Vision Relevant in 2016?

Jesse Lyn Stoner Blog

The post Is Vision Relevant in 2016? In 2011, I asked What Happened to Vision? It generated a fascinating, thought-provoking conversation. When presenting my question, I had noted: Studies of high performing organizations show over and over again that shared vision is one of the key differentiators. As more and more organizations are flattening their hierarchy and pushing authority and decision making down […]. appeared first on Seapoint Center for Collaborative Leadership.