Leadership & Loyalty | N2Growth Blog

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One of the things I tend to value most is loyalty. In fact, there are few things I loathe more than gravy trainers, fare weather friends, gossips and others that display a lack of loyalty. In today’s post I’ll examine the value of loyalty as it relates to leadership.

11 Steps to Create Unity and Loyalty

Lead Change Blog

Posted in Leadership Development If there is one difference maker in organizations, it may be the leaders’ ability to create unity and loyalty. Unity and loyalty often make the difference between mediocrity and greatness. Leadership Development community company culture Culture loyalty shared vision transparency unity vision

8 Principles to Build Loyalty

Lead Change Blog

Posted in Leadership Development [link] Jeremy Kingsley (member profile, website) wrote a post about loyalty over at the TLNT blog. He contrasted “short-term, bottom-line thinking” to loyalty and pointed out 5 negative impacts of that kind of disloyal environment. Leadership Development engagement loyaltyHe explained how those five impacts reduced the overall productivity and output of an organization by disengaging employees and making people [.].

Loyalty Beyond Reason Defined

Leading Blog

At Saatchi & Saatchi, we call it Loyalty Beyond Reason. They don''t obsess over their purchases, they simply see them as an essential part of everyday life, because -- and this is crucial -- they have developed a relationship with a brand that is built on respect and love.

quickpoint: Generosity Creates Loyalty

Leading Blog

The world is not running out of opportunities; ignore fear when it tells you to be greedy. * * * Like us on Facebook for additional leadership and personal development ideas. “There are few things in the world that will change someone’s opinion of you as quickly as generosity” says Jon Acuff in Do Over. You will go to bat for people who have shown you generosity. Your employees will work harder. Your clients will return more often.

Loyalty Isn’t Dead (or It Shouldn’t Be)

Kevin Eikenberry

The post Loyalty Isn’t Dead (or It Shouldn’t Be) appeared first on Kevin Eikenberry on Leadership & Learning. Leadership & Supervisory Skills Personal & Professional Development loyaltyThe prevailing wisdom is that most everyone will have a variety of jobs over their working life. And, it’s actually more than just prevailing wisdom. According to The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, people born between 1957 and 1964 held an average of 11.7

To Develop a Culture of Trust and Loyalty, Try Sharing Your Leadership

Lead Change Blog

Since humility is a natural strength of theirs, instead of leveraging their positional power for personal gain, self-promotion or demands for special privileges, they put their people in positions of leadership to stretch their growth and develop new strengths.

Stop Measuring Employee Loyalty By Tenure: 5 Steps to Creating a Boomerang Culture

Great Leadership By Dan

With millions of millennials pegged as “job hoppers” who “leave before they even get productive,” older managers are increasingly unwilling to put in the effort to help develop and train their younger colleagues. culture Lee Caraher loyalty the Boomerang Principle

How To Cultivate Enduring Customer Loyalty

Eric Jacobson

This means that in order to increase customer loyalty, you need to create a relationship with that customer on a deeper and much more profound level," adds Fleming. Create loyalty programs that turn satisfied customers into enthusiastic advocates.

Develop Loyalty: Connect with Your Customers

Michael Lee Stallard

Loyalty and the Rest of the Values on the List

Next Level Blog

I went to a World Jamboree in Norway, a National Jamboree in Pennsylvania, served on the staff of my local Scout camp, piloted leadership development programs for the Scouts and was a Vigil Honor member of the Order of the Arrow. As the Scout law says, a Scout is trustworthy, loyal — we could use some more loyalty, I will tell you that.”

How Leaders Build Employee Loyalty In The Most Trying Times

Tanveer Naseer

Lack of loyalty is a serious problem in organizations everywhere today. Both sides pay a price for this lack of loyalty. Workers are naturally less happy on the job when they sense little or no loyalty from their employer. Loyalty to colleagues can turn into an us-versus-them attitude toward those higher up. Margot Morrell and Stephanie Capprell, in their book “Shackleton’s Way”, list eight principles Shackleton applied to forge unity and loyalty among his team.

May 2017 Leadership Development Carnival

Lead Change Blog

Welcome to the May 2017 edition of the Leadership Development Carnival! Mike Hoban of Development Dimensions International (DDI) provided Could Siri Become Your Leadership Coach? Leadership Development Leadership Management

June 2015 Leadership Development Carnival

Lead Change Blog

Welcome to the June 2015 edition of the Leadership Development Carnival. Mary Ila Ward of Horizon Point Consulting provided Get A Leadership Professional Development Game Plan. As a leader do you have a professional development game plan?

How To Increase Customer Loyalty

Eric Jacobson

This means that in order to increase customer loyalty, you need to create a relationship with that customer on a deeper and much more profound level," adds Fleming. Create loyalty programs that turn satisfied customers into enthusiastic advocates.

Building Customer Loyalty :: Women on Business

Women on Business

How do I build customer loyalty? I earn loyalty by giving it. Loyalty has to be intentional and designed. Delighting customers doesn’t build loyalty.

How To Cultivate Enduring Customer Loyalty To Keep Your Business Thriving

Eric Jacobson

This means that in order to increase customer loyalty, you need to create a relationship with that customer on a deeper and much more profound level," adds Fleming. Create loyalty programs that turn satisfied customers into enthusiastic advocates.

May 2016 Leadership Development Carnival

Lead Change Blog

Welcome to the May 2016 edition of the Leadership Development Carnival! By developing self-awareness, social awareness, self-management and relationship management skills within their teams, leaders can drive productivity and innovation.

Work for someone who appreciates your ideas, loyalty and hard work.

Brigette Hyacinth

” Why would you want to work for a company that does not appreciate your talents, hard-work or loyalty? Instead try to work for loyal employers who appreciate your talents and will give you opportunities to grow and develop.

The Personal Strength of Loyalty - The Glue of Relationships

Building Personal Strength

One force that strengthens relationships is a dynamic we refer to as loyalty. His most recent act of loyalty was to restructure our credit to our advantage, to help us thrive during the recession. So loyalty is earned, and it’s a two-way street.

New Approaches to Leadership Development: A New VUCA Filter

Great Leadership By Dan

By following the redefined VUCA “people” competencies, your leaders will build a culture of loyalty and respect. Lorraine is president of the consulting firm Lessons in Loyalty. leadership development Lorraine Grubbs VUCU

Put a Little Love In Your Business, and, According to This Study, You’ll Be Repaid With Loyalty and Productivity

Steve Farber

” You have developed a thick skin, an unsentimental view of the world, and a Teflon exterior that lets problems roll right off your back. And that’s all because they were able to develop close ties with their co-workers as well as their clients and customers.

Building Trust Develops Team Cohesiveness

Strategy Driven

Army: Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless service, Honor, Integrity, and Personal courage. With consistency, trust will be developed. Developing this trust starts with loyalty. This established sense of loyalty builds team harmony because of the trust that it creates.

How To Grow Your Business In A Competitive Industry

Strategy Driven

You need to make sure that you are attracting the top talent with competitive wages, bonuses, and a pleasant working environment and retain these top performers with job satisfaction and career development opportunities. Promote Customer Loyalty.

How to Motivate Your Team & Why Your Employee Perk Won’t Work

Lead Change Blog

The thought that I could treat you poorly and then buy your loyalty with a few donuts or free beer is ludicrous. Do you struggle with employee loyalty? Recently, my daughter invited me on a tour of New Belgium Brewery.

Authenticity Is The Secret Sauce

General Leadership

Nothing develops trust more than vulnerability…great leaders, authentic vulnerable leaders, require the ability to develop deep human connection. How many times have you heard this statement in development sessions or during leadership training?

Why It Is Time to Invest in Professional Development of Your Employees

Strategy Driven

Now is the perfect time for businesses – your business included – to start investing in the professional development of employees. Studies have shown that employees whose professional development is fully supported by the company are more motivated at work.

The September 2012 Leadership Development Carnival NFL Kick-off Edition

Great Leadership By Dan

So with apologies to those who don't share this passion, I present to you the September 2012 Leadership Development Carnival, NFL Kick-off Edition. Lynn Dessert from Elephants at Work completes a hail mary pass with Using the Benchmarks® Assessment for Leadership Development. "As

How We Can Develop A Culture Of Learning

Tanveer Naseer

Sit on the Magic Bed – reinforce learning behaviors; encourage questions, especially ‘Why’ and ‘How’; coach and develop. One of the great joys I get from my work is the opportunity to connect and build relationships with some truly exceptional leaders and people.

Team Performance Requires Self-Development


The loyalty keeps them skiing together even when the gap in capability widens. Team members may not be afforded these same development opportunities or they may not seize them because they’re too busy putting out daily fires. Skiing as a Metaphor for Team Performance.

How To Cultivate Enduring Customer Loyatly

Eric Jacobson

This means that in order to increase customer loyalty, you need to create a relationship with that customer on a deeper and much more profound level," adds Fleming. Create loyalty programs that turn satisfied customers into enthusiastic advocates.

Quotes And Leadership Lessons From Ratchet & Clank

Joseph Lalonde

Zed wanted to switch sides because bad leaders don’t inspire loyalty. Your actions as a leader will either inspire or discourage loyalty from your team. A leader who looks out for himself, forgets to take care of their team, and is a jerk will not inspire loyalty.

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70 Simple Rules For Sensational Service

Eric Jacobson

These can be used as a top-down resource in organizations looking to develop or enhance a service culture," explains Martins. Customer Loyalty Customer Retention Customer Satisfaction Customer Service Eric Jacobson on Leadership and Management Flavio Martins

Four Ways to Build Influential Connection

Leadership Freak

Communication Courage Humility Influence Leading Marks of leaders Optimism Power Taking others higher Growth Leadership Development leadership journey Loyalty Transparency Intimidation requires position or perceived power but influence is a function of connection. Distance and threat are the tools of bullies. Intimidators reach down from power towers and squeeze peons with fear. Intimidators lose power when they connect. Leaders gain influence when they connect.

Loyalty - Be There for the People Who Are Important to You

Your Voice of Encouragement

skip to main | skip to sidebar Monday, January 11, 2010 Loyalty - Be There for the People Who Are Important to You Its not easy to be true to your relationships when people you care about are going through tough times.

When Restraint Takes You Further

Leadership Freak

Leaders are liars when they say they believe in developing others but don’t display patience. Development, by definition, suggests inadequacy or lack. Developing others demands patience. Courage Fear Humility Influence Leading Managing Marks of leaders Personal Growth Power destructive attitudes Growth Leadership Leadership Development Loyalty Organizational Development

The Art of Loyalty (Loving an Old Pair of Shoes) | Ron Edmondson

Ron Edmondson

Home About Consulting Church Family Leadership Navigation: Home » Culture » The Art of Loyalty (Loving an Old Pair of Shoes) The Art of Loyalty (Loving an Old Pair of Shoes) January 23, 2011 in Culture , Encouragement with 12 Comments I’ve had these shoes for 20 plus years. Where else have we lost loyalty in our culture?

Hiring a hitman? Now that's extreme employee loyalty. | RoundtableTalk

Roundtable Talk

Now that’s extreme employee loyalty. For the past few years, many organizations have been wringing their hands about the rapidly declining sense of employee loyalty (gee, I wonder why?). Now that’s employee loyalty to the extreme. Now that’s extreme employee loyalty.

The Reasons Why You Should Support Employee Development

HR Digest

Most times, employers try to avoid extra business cost by totally avoiding employee development and education activities. The pros by far outweigh the cons and you reap the benefits of employee development over time. Aside from having to keep extra cost while budgeting for your staff development, there are more to gain in learning different techniques for employee retention. Builds customer base and loyalty.

Tackling Armchair Quarterbacks

Leadership Freak

Backstabbers Communication Criticism Gossip Humility Leading Listening Marks of leaders Mistakes Optimism Personal Growth Stress Trust Disagreement Input Leadership Leadership Development Loyalty organizational success Serving sports VisionReceiving criticism indicates you’re doing something. Get used to it. Armchair quarterbacks know “what should have been done” and it’s hard to bear.

Six Strategies to Get Your Tough On

Leadership Freak

Goals Leading Marks of leaders Motivation Values mission & vision Growth Leadership Development LoyaltyErr on the side of pushing harder not easier. When you wonder if you should challenge or comfort someone, challenge them. Expect more not less. Encourage those who are struggling but don’t exclude challenging them. Reject the temptation to coddle. People rise to challenges. Maxed out: A few on your team are maxed out. Strengthen [.].

The Fine Line Between Friendship and Leadership

Lead from Within

Loyalty. Loyalty requires responsibility and commitment. Lead From Within: As leaders, let’s cultivate relationships were we match their efforts, respect their hustle, support their ambition, protect their heart, value their loyalty and uplift their spirits.

Blockchain Will Transform Customer Loyalty Programs

Harvard Business Review

Loyalty programs have proliferated across travel, retail, financial services, and other economic sectors. household participates in 29 different loyalty programs, according to the 2015 Colloquy Loyalty Census. Loyalty programs are ripe for some kind of disruptive innovation that would make them easier to use. See More Videos > See More Videos > All loyalty programs are vulnerable to a blockchain revolution, but the travel industry is perhaps the most at risk.