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What Are the Three Things That Leaders Do?

Lead Change Blog

No matter what the situation, setting, or method of communication, leaders frequently and consistently do these things. . Leaders challenge us. They believe every person has hidden potential and is capable of growing and achieving more. They challenge us by: Expanding our vision.

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Leading Thoughts for April 15, 2021

Leading Blog

I DEAS shared have the power to expand perspectives, change thinking, and move lives. Here are two ideas for the curious mind to engage with: I.

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How To Get Your Team To Take Risks

Joseph Lalonde

Leaders are risk-takers. They push the boundaries and plow new paths. They know this is the way to new success. Your team, however, may not be as excited about risk as you are.

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How to Find Fulfillment When Work is Frustrating

Leadership Freak

Leadership is frustrating sometimes. Other times it’s fulfilling. How do leaders find fulfillment? Fulfillment isn’t a job title. I know people who have powerful job titles who aren’t fulfilled. Achievement doesn’t promise fulfillment.… … Continue reading → Leading Purpose meaningful action meaningful contribution

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5 Reasons CFOs Invest in Talent Development

In 2021, many of your competitors will invest in talent development software. If you make the right decision, invest in the right software, and if your organization is willing to use it, you can realize five decisive competitive advantages. To see those advantages, download Paycor’s latest guide, 5 Reasons CFOs Invest in Talent Development.

How Food Marketing Will Change Post-Pandemic

Strategy Driven

For every business owner, the challenge post-pandemic will be to reinvent themselves. Their brand must take on a new image as well as display the charms of the previous generation.

On Culture: A Thought Leader’s Perspective

CEO Insider

Since the publication of my most recent book, Indispensable: Build and Lead A Company Can’t Live Without, last month, I have had the marvelous opportunity to discuss several of the key questions covered in the book with several fellow thought leaders.

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Leadership Confusion how to navigate challenges together

Mike Cardus

Leadership confusion happens for many reasons.

How much has your organization’s strategy shifted in the last 12 months?


Our reader poll today asks: How much has your organization’s strategy shifted in the last 12 months? Significantly: We’re going in a brand new direction. Somewhat: We’ve got a few major shifts but are staying on course. 34.4% Not very: We’re generally headed in the same direction with a couple of adjustments. 36.2% Not at all: We’re full speed ahead on our current path. Balancing consistency with agility.

5 ways to retain top talent

HR Digest

Traditional days of employees retiring from one steady job are over. Job security is a thing of the past. Employee layoffs in tough times are the norm, and people jumping ship often for better prospects is common.

What Does It Mean to Be a Manager Today?

Harvard Business

Managers need a new set of skills to succeed in a world of remote work, automation, and shifting employee expectations. Leadership & Managing people Motivating people Managing people Digital Article

5 Ways Talent Development Makes Your Company Unbeatable

As an HR leader, your goal for talent development is to create an environment where everyone is motivated and supported to achieve a shared vision of success. By investing in the right software, you can realize five decisive competitive advantages. To see those advantages, download Paycor’s latest guide!

How Working Parents Can Strategically Prioritize Their Time

Harvard Business

Start by asking yourself what you — and only you — can do. Stress Decision making Work-life balance Digital Article

Make Your Organization More Resilient to Cyber Attacks - SPONSOR CONTENT FROM DXC

Harvard Business

Sponsor content from DXC. Data Managing organizations Security & privacy Sponsor Content

A New Way to Scale Social Enterprise

Harvard Business

A new type of security, called “mission equity,” caps investor returns so the company’s financial success can help fuel its mission. Social enterprise Entrepreneurial finance Digital Article