Tue.Mar 12, 2019

How I Made the Transition from the Corporate World To Ministry World

Ron Edmondson

It’s probably the question I get asked most often. I got it last week from a man who is a practicing CPA and a successful entrepreneur, but feels something is missing in his life.

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10 Simple Steps That Will Help You Overcome Adversity And Achieve Success

Tanveer Naseer

The following is a guest piece by Fred Stuvek. All of us will face some degree of adversity in our life, this is inevitable. You can’t run from it. You can’t hide from it. It will find you. You have to deal with it, embrace it as a learning experience, Click to continue reading.

Do Friends and Leadership Mix? – Remarkable TV

Kevin Eikenberry

This is a question that I get asked a lot and I think in order to answer this question, you have to understand the answer to another question first: How do you define friend?

Time Spent with Drafts


Anyone who believes that the writing process consists of brilliance shooting forth from the forehead to the page is either a great writer or a fool. I belong to the re-writer school.

The Fundamentals of Tomorrow’s Leadership, the Basics with a Twist

Great Leadership By Dan

Guest post from Fiona Murden : In 1998 I graduated from business school feeling I knew all there was to know about leadership. I began work as a management consultant and much of what I’d learnt was very quickly thrown out of the window. The basics of behaviour tell us far more than the latest fad. I became obsessed with observing like a detective, working out what, why and how. In fact, I was so fascinated that I soon returned to university to complete an MSc in Business Psychology.

4 Leadership Practices that Enrich You and Inspire Others

Leadership Freak

Humility is a way of seeing others. The first practice of humility is seeing others as trustworthy. Extend trust: If there’s no risk, it’s not trust. Bob Chapman believes, “Trust is given, not… Continue reading → Fear Humility Trust Leadership Development organizational success

You can’t see a vision when you’re tangled in the weeds


If you are a “people leader”, every time you get more responsibility, you need to work toward seeing further, broader, and becoming more visionary. When you take on a higher level of work you need to be thinking about delegating and stepping out of the daily work to fly above it and see a vision.

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StrategyDriven Podcast Episode 37 – Making Change Work: Why is Buy-in Necessary and How to Achieve It

Strategy Driven

StrategyDriven Podcasts focus on the tools and techniques executives and managers can use to improve their organization’s alignment and accountability to ultimately achieve superior results. These podcasts elaborate on the best practice and warning flag articles on the StrategyDriven website.

Still in Print


Concise, to the point and yes, I do say nice things about overhead projectors


How to Stop Being “Them” and Start Being “Us”

Next Level Blog

A few months ago, I was in conversation with a group of senior director and vice president level leaders in a client company. I asked them, “Before you were promoted to senior director or VP, what did you used to say about the people who had those titles?” What I heard in response was pretty telling: They don’t get it. They don’t understand what’s really going on. They’re arrogant. They’re presumptuous. They think they’re better than us.

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Is Innovation manageable?

N2Growth Blog

In the years leading up to 2018, I have spent my time bringing innovation to the financial services space. Fintech, as this sector is colloquially referred, focuses for the most part on disrupting the state of affairs induced by the use of technology. As such it is all about innovation.

More to Success than Money and Metrics

Lead Change Blog

Louie was doing his job well, actively selling Marie on the reasons why she should list his firm’s talent assessment on her company’s website. He mentioned making money three times, and improving metrics four times, in response to Marie’s questions. Louie, thank you for reaching out,” said Marie. Our companies’ interests don’t appear to be aligned, so a partnership isn’t going to work.”. “If If I may ask, what interests aren’t aligned?”. Metrics and money.”. Wait a minute, Marie.

The Very Un-PC Barry Humphries


From the Guardian in 2018: An interview with Barry Humphries (a.k.a. Dame Edna and Sir Les Patterson


Your Consulting Firm’s Worst Enemy

David A Fields

It’s easy to imagine your consulting firm’s worst nemesis is a competitive consulting firm, a procurement department, your prospects’ internal staff, or gingivitis. However, the biggest threat to your consulting firm’s growth is much closer to home and much more personal.

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How Can You Tell If Your Leader Is Afraid Of You

Lead from Within

We tend to think of leaders as people who are focused on serving others, dedicated to the mission of the work they do, and committed to their people.

Modern Times


NBC News: The college exam cheating plot. I've uncovered some possible video of one of the tests

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A Simple Way To Motivate Employees


There comes a time when the job of motivation falls upon everyone. Maybe it’s because you’re a senior leader or team manager, or maybe it’s because those individuals are not doing their jobs well enough to motivate your peers.

Speaking of Presentations


One of the great dramas in modern politics is now taking place in the British House of Commons debate on Brexit. Check it out

From the Archives: #leadershiptruth – Hand in a B paper.

Roundtable Talk

Hey all you high achieving, excellence pursuing, ‘don’t know when to let it go’ leaders… this post is for you. Guess what? Sometimes it’s o.k. if you hand in a “B” paper! For reals!! One of the secrets that uber-busy, stretched-too-thin, senior executives know is how to stop wasting time over-engineering stupid sh*t. They know […]. Latest News & Insights leadershiptruth

"Big Julie"


First Things: Joseph Epstein on the life and legacy of Julius Caesar. Well worth reading


Why Are We Still Promoting Incompetent Men?

Harvard Business Review

Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, a psychologist and chief talent scientist at ManpowerGroup, says we’re not picking leaders in the right way. While we should be promoting people based on their competence and potential, it’s often the incompetent, overconfident candidates — most of them men — who get ahead. Studies show that, by many measures, women are actually better equipped to become strong, successful managers.

Why AI Underperforms and What Companies Can Do About It

Harvard Business Review

Executives need to communicate more effectively with technical experts. Technology Communication Digital Article

The Financial Upside of Being an Optimist

Harvard Business Review

A survey found they save more and stress about money less than pessimists. Stress Decision making Psychology Digital Article

Is Your Organization Ready to Implement Computer Vision Solutions ? - SPONSOR CONTENT FROM GUMGUM

Harvard Business Review

Sponsor content from GumGum. Innovation Product development Sponsor Content

How to Get People to Pay Attention During Corporate Trainings

Harvard Business Review

Bring mindfulness into the classroom experience. Developing employees Time management Digital Article