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How To Lead With Guts (and Have Their Backs)

Let's Grow Leaders

It became harder to talk about balanced scorecards. Don’t go along and destroy the vision or someone’s career to protect your own. Be THAT guy and your career will follow. Everyone wished they had the same latitude to help that guy. 5 Ways Your Team Knows You Have Their Backs. Live By the Same Standards.

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Ten Pathfinding Principles for Risk-Taking Career Decisions

CEO Insider

The post Ten Pathfinding Principles for Risk-Taking Career Decisions appeared first on CEOWORLD magazine. On July 20, 1850, a young man named John Graves Shedd was born on a New Hampshire farm. By age 16, he had begun work as a clerk in a grocery store in Vermont. A year later, he found work at a […]. All rights reserved.

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9 Ways to Strengthen Your Personal Brand

Let's Grow Leaders

If there are 27 metrics on your balanced scorecard, trust me, they are not all created equal. I started at becoming the best HR expect I could be… and then made a career out of leading teams where I was not the expert in the field. Pick one or two that matter most and be known as the guy or gal that cracked the code. .

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Four Facets of Measuring Change

Change Starts Here

When I was an industrial engineer early in my career, one of my core responsibilities was measuring things. It’s no coincidence that my transition to change practitioner included balanced scorecards to measure strategy execution.

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Use the Right Scorecard

Lead Change Blog

Social comparison—how we compare ourselves to others in terms of traits, skills, abilities, appearance, opinions, net worth, career, material goods, connections, and achievements. Broadly speaking, do we give ourselves an “A,” a “F,” or somewhere in-between in how we evaluate ourselves.

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Navigating the Emotional Side of a Career Transition

Harvard Business Review

Let me begin this post with a personal confession: Although I’ve talked with many managers about career transitions over the years, I’ve never had a career transition myself until now. Staying with one firm for an entire career is unusual amid today’s serial job progressions and longer life spans.

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Blogging on Business Update from Bob Morris (Week of 1/7/13)

First Friday Book Synopsis

Master the DISC Styles to Transform Your Career, Your Relationships…Your Life Merrick Rosenberg and Daniel Silvert Infectious: How to Connect Deeply and Unleash the Energetic Leader Within Achim Nowak Your Best Just Got [.].

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