What Peyton and Cam Can Teach Us About Leadership Styles

Kevin Eikenberry

It features the Denver Broncos and their legendary quarterback in the twilight of his playing career, Peyton Manning, against the Carolina Panthers and their young, star quarterback, Cam Newton. The post What Peyton and Cam Can Teach Us About Leadership Styles appeared first on Kevin Eikenberry on Leadership & Learning. Personal & Professional Development Cam Newton Leadership Styles Peyton Manning Super Bowl 50

Who’s the Character in My Character-Based Leadership Style?

Lead Change Blog

Posted in Career Development Character Based Leader Book I’ve been self-employed for a decade (more if you look closely), but it wasn’t until this year that I became an entrepreneur and began to see my leadership style shift closer to authenticity. What’s the change and why is it affecting my leadership style and character? Career Development Character Based Leader Book Authentic Character-based Leadership Leadership Self Development

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Would a Balanced Feminine-Masculine Leadership Style Produce Superior Results?

Great Leadership By Dan

Guest post from Muna Jawhary: One of the main reasons why women don’t thrive in business as much as men is because work organisations still rely on masculine standards, including in leadership. The leadership style that goes with this rigid way of organising work is command and control. So could a more balanced feminine-masculine leadership style enhance women’s chances of success? But how does a balanced feminine-masculine leadership style look like?

What Does Your Email Reveal About Your Leadership Style?

Strategy Driven

“I don’t know that there’s necessarily a correlation between leadership style and their email writing. This conversation happened early in my career, and frankly, I feared that I might disappoint him in not being able to draw conclusions. My mission: To describe their leadership style and general attitudes about their work as reflected in their emails. 4 Ways Your Leadership Style Is on Display in Your Email.

Assess Your Leadership Style (Part 4)

CO2

Assess Your Leadership Style. At CO2 Partners , we encourage leaders looking for a new position or a new career to listen to their inner voice, know their mindset , rank their core values , and discover their strengths. Then it’s time to and assess and fine tune their leadership style. When you know your strengths and core values, you can maximize their impact, avoid common pitfalls, and develop a leadership style that’s clear and consistent.

Job Search (Part 4): Assess Your Leadership Style

CO2

Assess Your Leadership Style. At CO2 Partners , we encourage leaders looking for a new position or a new career to listen to their inner voice, know their mindset , rank their core values , and discover their strengths. Then it’s time to and assess and fine tune their leadership style. When you know your strengths and core values, you can maximize their impact, avoid common pitfalls, and develop a leadership style that’s clear and consistent.

The Right Foundation for Your Career Advancement Strategy

Strategy Driven

However, Bob’s career advancement strategy had not panned out as he had hoped. This was due, at least in part, to the underperformance of members of his leadership team. Lacking the foundational development of one’s character, career progress may be halting, hollow (e.g.,

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Leadership Style – Part I | You're Not the Boss of Me

You're Not the Boss of Me

You’re Not the Boss of Me Skip to content Home About Me About This Blog ← The Leadership Relationship Shift Leadership Style Part II – Command & Control → February 4, 2009 · 2:20 am ↓ Jump to Comments Leadership Style – Part I What’s your leadership style? And the answer doesn’t always come readily to hand because leadership style varies from person to person and from situation to situation.

Be Different! The Key to Business and Career Success

Skip Prichard

The Key to Business and Career Success. It takes effective leadership with the right tone at the top and leaders who will nurture the right culture to build the organization needed to become the preferred provider to your markets. “Trust among the leadership team is paramount to the success of their organizations.” The employees at your new company are wondering about your leadership style, your tone at the top and culture you want to nurture.

Your Style of Leadership

Coaching Tip

Despite their best efforts, women still face obstacles pursuing a career and being a mother. . Unconscious to the many limitations placed on their choices, women still believe that they face a stark choice of either their careers or a happy home. The most prevalent style of leadership amongst men is an autocratic or directive one of command and control. We need to make sure that our career goals coincide with our personal goals.

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More than One Way to Skin the Cat – Leadership Style Part III.

You're Not the Boss of Me

You’re Not the Boss of Me Skip to content Home About Me About This Blog ← Leadership Style Part II – Command & Control A Leader? And therein lies the rub, as they say…first because we all have a pre-dominant leadership style which also becomes our default style when we are stressed or excited or both; and second because we don’t always know when to use what style.

Study The Top Leader’s Style Before Signing On

Management Excellence

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Soliciting Upward Feedback: How To Get Your Team To Tell The Truth

Let's Grow Leaders

authenticity Empowerment grow your career Help People to Grow performance Questions trust 360 feedback leadership leadership style performance feedback teams truth upward feedbackToday’s post is a direct response to a subscriber’s question: “I would love to hear your thoughts on eliciting candid feedback from your team and stakeholders? How do you get your team to take the risk of saying what needs to be said to those in power? How do you go about it?

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Mastering your Inner Game of Leadership

Great Leadership By Dan

They provide a unique window on the impact overly controlling, self-centered leadership styles can have on others: “Regarding the letter you sent, the heart of your servant is ill, when my lord said: Don’t you know how to read a letter? Great leadership is timeless.

Responsive Leadership: Needed Now More Than Ever

Leading Blog

T HE leadership question is top of mind for many people here in the United States and throughout the world. Responsive Leadership can be an antidote to failing leadership and the foundation for building and sustaining organizational trust and confidence. What is responsive leadership? Responsive leadership focuses on the people—the humanity—within the organization to achieve organizational success. The Big 4 Leadership Attributes. Leadership Development

Spot Opportunities to Coach

Coaching Tip

Stay the course with this strategy to help your people excel and take your leadership to that next level. As you manage your team, incorporate coaching as one of your primary leadership styles. Develop Leadership Skills: A Mobile Reference Guide. Books Business Coaching Career Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Communication Leadership Memes Personal Coaching Self-Awareness Skills Tips Work life coaching leadership styles leadership tips

Leadership and Immortality

Lead Change Blog

Over and over again, they tell stories of people they worked for who demonstrated great leadership by what they said and did. Those stories and that influence are part of what my friend Mark Deterding calls their “leadership portrait.” Mark puts it this way: “We all have people who have shown us the way and mentored us and shaped our leadership style.” That’s the ultimate monument to great leadership. Leadership Self Development Vision

November Leadership Development Carnival

Lead Change Blog

Leadership Development Carnival! Leadership. Marcella Bremer of Leadership and Change Magazine provided Possibility-oriented Questions. Chris Edmonds of the Purposeful Culture Group contributed Culture Leadership Charge: Best. Neal Burgis of Burgis Successful Solutions submitted Catalyst Leadership for Creative Innovation. Joel Garfinkle of the Career Advancement Blog submitted Six Smart Strategies for Communicating with High-Level Executives.

August 2017 Leadership Development Carnival

Lead Change Blog

Welcome to the August 2017 edition of the Leadership Development Carnival! Anne Perschel of Germane Coaching and Consulting provided Emotionally Intelligent Leadership – Unexpected ROI at Apex Corporation. Anne writes, “Apex Corporation began the journey to emotionally intelligent leadership fifteen years ago. Chris Edmonds of the Purposeful Culture Group contributed Culture Leadership Charge: WOW Your Customers.

Leadership Style Part II – Command & Control | You're Not the Boss.

You're Not the Boss of Me

You’re Not the Boss of Me Skip to content Home About Me About This Blog ← Leadership Style – Part I More than One Way to Skin the Cat – Leadership Style Part III → February 6, 2009 · 5:00 am ↓ Jump to Comments Leadership Style Part II – Command & Control There are quite a few styles of leadership but the Command and Control style is the one we love to hate so I’m giving it some particular attention.

Career Move Mindset (Part 1)

CO2

After meeting hundreds of executives over the years and helping them on their paths to a new position or a new career, I have assembled a set of tools and resources that may help you on your path. Related Posts: Career Move Mindset (Part 1). Assess Your Leadership Style (Part 4). What’s Your Next and Best Career? Executive Coaching Just Ask Leadership Leadership

April 2017 Leadership Development Carnival

Lead Change Blog

Welcome to the April 2017 edition of the Leadership Development Carnival! As I read through this month’s Leadership Development Carnival entries, I felt a bit of the same. Others are mid-level, solo entrepreneurs, retired, or some at some other point in their careers. What unites them is their love of leadership and their ability to articulate their outstanding ideas. Cy Wakeman of Reality-Based Leadership provided Redefining Accountability in the Workplace.

July 2018 Leadership Development Carnival

Lead Change Blog

Welcome to the July Leadership Development Carnival. We’re excited to share posts from leadership experts from around the globe on the topics of communication, employee performance and engagement, personal and professional development, productivity, team building, and more. Paul states: “ The old ‘chain of command’ leadership style is outmoded. Ken Downer of Rapid Start Leadership provided Leading When Things Go Wrong: Playing Soccer on the Ice.

May 2018 Leadership Development Carnival

Lead Change Blog

Welcome to the Leadership Development Carnival. We’re excited to share posts from leadership experts from around the globe on the topics of communication, employee performance and engagement, personal and professional development, productivity, team building, and more. Marcella Bremer of Leadership and Change Magazine provided Company Culture: Everything for a smile. Wally Bock of Three Star Leadership provided 4 Important Truths about Leadership.

Open Source Leadership

Coaching Tip

The way in which people work, interact, and transact has drastically changed, but we're still following the same dated leadership model from the industrial age an unrecognizable time when knowledge was scarce, talent seemingly limited and privacy still possible. In this era, the way to lead is with an open-source leadership style, argues Rajeev Peshawaria, author of OPEN SOURCE LEADERSHIP. At a time when democratic and all-inclusive leadership is all the rage. "In

Just One Thing—Leader: To Thine Own Self Be True

Management Excellence

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Leadership Caffeine-Surviving and Thriving Under the Tough Empathy Leader

Management Excellence

Respond well to this demanding but respectful leader’s style, and instead of teetering precariously on the bleeding edge of survival, you will be reaching constantly for the high performance edge. Career Leadership Caffeine Professional Growth Leadership Styles Tough EmpathyIf you work for a leader who practices what Goffee and Jones described in their HBR classic, “Why Should Anyone Be Led by You,” as Tough Empathy, you can expect to be on edge a good deal.

Women's Leadership Can Shatter Stereotypes

Coaching Tip

The characteristics of traditional leadership is male, not female, stereotypes. Women must demonstrate leadership in a way that bridges the expectations we have of them as women and the expectations we have of leaders. Generally, women build that bridge by demonstrating a democratic and interpersonally oriented leadership style. . The truth is that executive women temper their leadership behaviors with some stereotypical female traits and behaviors! .

September 2016 Leadership Development Carnival

Lead Change Blog

Welcome to the September 2016 edition of the Leadership Development Carnival! Dan McCarthy of Great Leadership provided 10 Ways to Kill Off Your Star Employees. Jesse Lyn Stoner of the Seapoint Center shared A Definition of Leadership for These Pressing Times. Jesse Lyn recaps, “What’s your definition of leadership? Unexpectedly, this process revealed a different lens for understanding leadership in today’s world.

Leadership & Presence

N2Growth Blog

Command presence while certainly having very tangible ties to leadership style or approach, is equally tied to how you are perceived by those around you. I have either been in leadership positions and/or advising leaders for as long as I can remember. During the course of my career I’ve observed all kinds of leaders good and bad…however I’ve never been around a great leader who doesn’t possess strong command presence.

Top Down Leadership Does Work, If You’re Stuck in the Industrial Age

Lead Change Blog

Power and control, positional authority — we’re all familiar with autocratic leadership styles as these approaches have been around for centuries. And top-down, hierarchical leadership styles can still be effective for managing an organization, especially those that mass-produce specific products. When the expectations of top-down leadership become unrealistic, the workplace turns into a pressure cooker, and employees no longer feel safe to speak up.

Successful Leadership ~ The Story of a Man

You're Not the Boss of Me

In his business career, the man did not rise to the top of the executive ladder. His bosses praised his leadership in community activities; his ability to galvanize his local workforce; and his good humour and cheerful disposition. He talked about what he had learned over the course of his career and from whom. Like: Successful Leadership is not formulaic. His communication style included fun, laughter and humility. I wrote this post in 2010.

Guest Post: The Trouble with Leadership By The Numbers

Management Excellence

Today's guest post is from Scott Spreier, head of the Leadership and Talent practice (Federal Sector) at Hay Group, a global consultancy. Their finding, as reported by The New York Times, was that what employees valued most in their managers was not technical expertise but “even-keeled bosses who made time for one-on-one meetings, who helped people puzzle through problems by asking questions, not dictating answers, and who took an interest in employees’ lives and careers.”

6 Tips for New Managers

Career Advancement

I want to successfully navigate this new leadership role. Choosing a Leadership Style That Doesn’t Feel Right. You might gravitate toward a leadership style that your previous boss used. Read up on leadership styles —such as visionary, democratic, and affiliative leadership—to determine which style or combination is right for you. Then, find a mentor who models that style. “Corporate culture matters.

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A Fresh Leadership Model for a New Decade

Great Leadership By Dan

The workplace of today is unrecognizable compared to when baby boomers (born between 1946 – 64) started their careers. But now that they are starting to retire, what will happen to their stable work approach and traditional top-down leadership practices? This has contributed to a leadership gap: what millennials expect vs. what they are getting from their leaders. Nine clear leadership traits emerged.

Leadership Tips

Coaching Tip

Build Effective Leadership Skills. To maximize our potential in a rapidly changing global economy, people recognize the need for leadership ethics more than ever before. Developing commitment in a world of "free agents" and "volunteer" talent is not an easy assignment and requires the development of leadership skills ; effective leadership ability that you didn''t learn at the university or in executive education. Send leadership tips to your Kindle: [link].

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Leadership Requires Followership

Coaching Tip

For Peter Drucker, leadership is about communicating with people , uniting them behind a shared mission and values, and mobilizing energies toward accomplishing the mission or purpose of an organization. That means that leadership is a means to an end --the mission it serves is the end. No matter what technical competencies are required, the people part of leadership is the singular, foundational principle. Leadership requires followership.

Leadership Interview – James Quigley

N2Growth Blog

I’ve always said that if you want to learn about leadership talk to someone who has actually led something. Jim Quigley : CEOs today need to model and advocate mutual trust between employees and leadership. One of my main focus areas is to increase my leadership team’s ability to be effective. If I empower my leadership team and instill the organization’s values in them, they in return will do the same with their teams.

What are your unique leadership strengths?

Coaching Tip

Telling others your unique strengths is the first step to leadership transparency and authenticity. . How to discover your strengths is to take some leadership self-assessments and to ask others with whom you have worked closely. These strengths are unique to you and therefore should be used as the foundation of your leadership throughout your career. . . Develop Leadership Skills: A Mobile Reference Guide. .

Leadership Basics | N2Growth Blog

N2Growth Blog

However in reflecting upon my presentations and client engagements, I’ve noticed that it’s not an infrequent occurrence to find that even the most savvy executives misconstrue certain basic leadership ideas. So, in today’s post I’ve compiled a short list of 5 things you thought you already knew about leadership, but may not be putting into practice. Some individuals openly seek out positions of leadership, while leadership is thrust upon others.

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The Seven Signs of Great Leadership

Great Leadership By Dan

Fortunately, in my career, I was provided with examples of what this meant, not just from Matt, but from working with a number of strong leaders. From this leadership, we developed a culture of fact-based decision making. As Craig’s CFO and CAO, I always appreciated this leadership style. Jim had a friendly style and for the majority of the meeting, would sit and listen. But inspirational leadership goes deeper. Bruce Hartman CEOs leaders leadership

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Leadership And Management Lessons From The Christmas Train

Joseph Lalonde

A Christmas Reel Leadership Article “The Christmas Train” is a Hallmark Movies and Mysteries production based on David Baldacci’s book. The multiple themes are best summarized by a repeated line: “ There’s something about a train. ” Delightfully, when viewed from the perspective of leadership and management, there are some good insights. Max Powers demonstrates much more of a “servant” or “supportive” leadership style that’s proven to be more effective.

Women in Power: Leadership Differences By Gender

Women on Business

As women progressively enter leadership roles and management positions in organizations that traditionally used to be held by men, many pose questions about leadership styles and gender. This statistic draws a question: what is the difference between a man and woman’s leadership style? A few of the most important and valuable leadership traits are: honesty, intelligence, work ethic, decisiveness, ambition, compassion, and creativeness.

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