Mon.Jun 17, 2019

Do You Trust Your People?

Leading Blog

T HE GREAT WRITER Ernest Hemingway once said: " The best way to find out if you can trust somebody is to trust them. ” I’ve often told people in new organizations I joined that I trust them until that trust is violated. This puts a healthy kind of pressure on them NOT to violate that trust.

What No One Tells You About Leading But You Desperately Need to Know

Let's Grow Leaders

Leading is tough enough without ignoring these critical truths. “I I wish someone would have told me some of this before I started leading. Life would have been so much easier. I bet my team wishes I knew it too.” We hear this […].

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Quotes And Leadership Lessons From Brightburn

Joseph Lalonde

The best way to describe the movie Brightburn is this: Imagine a world where Clark Kent didn’t choose a path of good and becomes Superman. Instead, he chooses a path of selfishness. He chooses to use his powers to get what he wants. The story is similar to Superman.

Release the Familiar & Embrace the New

Lead Change Blog

“Step out of the history that is holding you back. Step into the new story you are willing to create.” – Oprah Winfrey. With great risk comes the possibility of great rewards. Many of us don’t dare to question the status quo and continue to reel under the pressure of our habits. Habits that hold us back and may even be responsible to stymie our growth. A wonderful old fable I had read and love to talk about is of the Monk, the cow, and the cliff. The Monk, the Cow, and the Cliff.

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11 Proven Ways to Turn Your Culture into a Culture of Innovation

Learn the 11 proven strategies that you can implement quickly to get every employee innovating and contributing to the growth of your company.

Make Accomplishment the Goal

Kevin Eikenberry

Busy, is a four-letter word, even if it isn’t the type my mother warned me about. Generally, we feel like things are getting done when we are busy, yet “busy” is a symptom of a rampant problem – one that most people don’t even realize.

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The Myth of “Failing to Plan is Planning to Fail”

Jesse Lyn Stoner Blog

Most planning is for the best-case outcomes, ignoring the high probability that something will go wrong. Failing to plan for problems leads to disasters that could have been avoided.

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Great Smiles Close Deals: How Perfect Teeth Help You Make Money Every Day

Women on Business

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16 Must-Read Blogs on Internal Communications

leaderCommunicator

What does it take to communicate and develop internal communication strategies more effectively? Even the most creative and innovative communicators can benefit from new communication tips and best practices – for themselves and for the leaders they support. Internal Communication

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How to Tell Your Boss to Stop Texting You on the Weekend

Lead from Within

She was the sixth executive assistant to leave in the past year, and her boss—my coaching client—had no clue why he was losing so many employees. He kept telling me what a great leader he was. But as you’ve likely heard me say before, people don’t leave jobs, they leave leaders.

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Getting More People To Your Store

Strategy Driven

No matter whether you own a clothing shop or an estate agency, your customers are everything and you need to do all within your capability and your budget to attract them to your store. There are lots of different methods of advertising that you can utilise.

Quantifying a Culture of Innovation

Examining five years of anonymous data from over 6 million users in 170+ countries, Spigit has discovered that a culture of innovation can be measured – with a 99% statistical confidence level – by a metric called "ideation rate." Download the eBook now for an in-depth look at this groundbreaking study.

Interview: Creating a Vision that Everyone Embraces

Change Starts Here

In this podcast episode, Jill Valdez, Founder and COO of LINK, shares her experience in developing visions for change that everyone strives to achieve. Listen to hear practical steps you can take to include everyone in the vision-casting process, even in large organizations.

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Welcome to Our Newly Designed Website

Skip Prichard

3 Steps to Reimagining Your Personal Brand. You’re in a rut,” she said flatly, before adding, “And you may not feel stuck, but you aren’t advancing like you should be online.”.

There Is No Shame In Asking For Help

Eric Jacobson

If you are new to managing, or if you are struggling with a management dilemma, ask for help. There is no shame in asking for help. Seek the guidance of a colleague at work. Reach out to a mentor at or away from work. Turn to an online resource. Consult a book on managing.

Human Resources in the Post Deming Era

Deming Institute

Guest post by John Hunter , founder of curiouscat.com (in 1996).

Innovation: Five Signs You Might Be Faking It

Every company wants to be a leader in innovation, but how can you tell if your company is really innovating or just going through the motions? See the 5 signs you might be faking innovation and what to do if you are.

Small Employers Can Create Maternity Leave Benefits

HR Digest

In a bid to subtly compete with big employers in the attraction and retention of talents, small companies can create suitable maternity leave benefits. The importance of maternity leave goes beyond satisfying the employees but crucial in building a great company culture.

Quote: Manufacturing Industry

The Center For Leadership Studies

The post Quote: Manufacturing Industry appeared first on Situational Leadership® Training & Management Model by CLS. CLIENT STORIES

Human Resources in the Post Deming Era

Deming Institute

Guest post by John Hunter , founder of curiouscat.com (in 1996).

Three Strategies Leverage ‘Brand Purpose’ to Build Trust in the Customer Experience

thoughtLEADERS, LLC

Research has found that 90% of Millennials will buy from a brand when they trust its’ environmental, social or business practices; 95% will recommend the products. Faced with this new mindset, brand stewards need to engage consumers differently —first by building trust – step one in the quest to become a purpose-led brand. Today’s post is by Piers […]. This is only the beginning of the thought. Please click the article headline above or go to [link] for more. Books Guest Blogger Leadershi

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Tough Comp Conversations: A Guide For Doing Them Right

Speaker: Rusty Lindquist, VP Strategic HR Insights at Bamboo HR

Compensation can be tricky, few things carry as much emotional weight as comp. And with the increased transparency in the market, combined with our collective propensity to rate ourselves against others, the frequency of these very difficult conversations is increasing. In this webinar, we will deconstruct some of the psychology around comp. We’ll take an analytic look at comp’s role in the employee experience, and then we’ll get really tactical with guidance on very specific compensation conversations.

The Way a Leader is Expected to Respond – Determines the Response They Receive

Ron Edmondson

The way others expect you to respond often determines the way they respond to you. This is a valuable principle about leadership you need to know. For example: If they expect you to respond in anger – they’ll dance around issues – never confronting them with you or bringing them to your attention. You will seldom know the true health of your team or what others are thinking.

You Learn Best When You Learn Less

Harvard Business Review

It’s not always about how many hours you put in. Developing employees Talent management Leadership development Digital Article

How to Be Resilient in the Face of Harsh Criticism

Harvard Business Review

Four steps to recover and respond. Receiving feedback Emotional intelligence Digital Article

Want to Be a Better Manager? Get a Protégé

Harvard Business Review

Sponsoring others can help you learn new skills and spot areas for growth. Leadership Developing employees Managing yourself Digital Article

Sisterhood Is Trust

Harvard Business Review

High-quality relationships with other women at work, and the productivity and creativity those connections bring, are built on trusting one another with our emotions. Two researchers share findings from their recent survey about emotional vulnerability in the workplace. Guests: Beth Livingston and Tina Opie. Our theme music is Matt Hill’s “City In Motion,” provided by Audio Network. 9158 110003

You Learn Best When You Learn Less

Harvard Business Review

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What AI “App Stores” Will Mean for Radiology

Harvard Business Review

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Want to Be a Better Manager? Get a Protégé

Harvard Business Review

Sponsoring others can help you learn new skills and spot areas for growth. 1571 8642 9162 109980

How to Be Resilient in the Face of Harsh Criticism

Harvard Business Review

Four steps to recover and respond. 11149 1710 109980

Sisterhood Is Trust

Harvard Business Review

High-quality relationships with other women at work, and the productivity and creativity those connections bring, are built on trusting one another with our emotions. Two researchers share findings from their recent survey about emotional vulnerability in the workplace. Guests: Beth Livingston and Tina Opie. Our theme music is Matt Hill’s “City In Motion,” provided by Audio Network. Gender Audio

What AI “App Stores” Will Mean for Radiology

Harvard Business Review

They’re a more efficient way to get radiologists the tools they need. Innovation Productivity Technology Product development IT Healthcare Digital Article