Thu.Jan 18, 2018

Great Leaders Know Core Business Model Vision

Great Leadership By Dan

Guest post by David A. Duryea : Elon Musk, Steve Jobs, Jack Welch, and even Thomas Edison are a few of the great visionary leaders in their respective industries. What made them such great leaders was not just one aspect of their management style or their respective innovations.

Ways to Help Women Succeed in Business

Women on Business

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How to Beat Your Inner-Critic into Submission

Leadership Freak

Inner-critics stomp around smashing hope and shattering confidence. The goal of your inner-critic is safety. The top 7 expressions of inner-critics: You should have. Inner-critics love the negative past. You screwed up. They… Continue reading → Criticism Goals Personal Growth Success

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Frontline Festival: Leaders Share about Strategy and Alignment

Let's Grow Leaders

Welcome to the Let’s Grow Leaders Frontline Festival on Strategy and Alignment. We asked thought leaders from around the world to share their very best post on strategy. Thanks to Joy and Tom Guthrie of Vizwerx Group for the great pic and to […].

5 Key Steps to Follow Before Taking Your Business Abroad

Women on Business

We've Moved! Update your Reader Now. This feed has moved to: [link] If you haven't already done so, update your reader now with this changed subscription address to get your latest updates from us. link]. Women On Business Sponsors International Business

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How to Make Your Business Stand Out in a Competitive Market

Strategy Driven

Every business owner wants to stand out from the crowd and outshine their competitors. But, business is booming, and with so many people out there offering similar products and services, how do you show your customers that you deserve their business?

No Blank Slates

Execupundit

The employee seated across the table is not simply reacting to you. He or she may be reacting to a parent, an elementary school teacher, a neighbor, a drill sergeant, a boss or someone else encountered five, ten, or even fifty years ago. People are not blank slates

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Remarkable

Execupundit

The trailer for " Blue Planet II." Photo by Wexor Tmg at Unsplash

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How To Create A Welcoming & Professional Premise For Your Business

Strategy Driven

If you’re starting a new business, deciding to move to a larger premise, or you’re moving from your home office into an external space, creating a welcoming and professional office for your business is the first port of call.

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Amazon's Second Headquarters: The List of Contenders

Execupundit

The New York Times has the list and it is somewhat surprising. I thought that Phoenix and San Diego had good chances to be on it and certainly more so than a few that made the cut. Newark, New Jersey? My guess (probably wrong) is that they will select Denver

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High-Stakes Leadership with Constance Dierickx

Kevin Eikenberry

You don’t need to be a special person to be a high-stakes leader; we all have those qualities. Further, these qualities can be strengthened in those who want to reach their leadership potential.

Branson's Advice to Young Entrepreneurs

Execupundit

magazine has some advice from that noted failure, Richard Branson. Photo by rawpixel.com at Unsplash

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Preview Thursday: The Business Sergeant by Chris Hallberg

Lead Change Blog

The following is an excerpt from Chapter 3 of The Business Sergeant’s Field Manual: Military Grade Business Execution Without the Yelling and Push-ups. Lesson 17: Make Sure Your Vision is Shared.

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First Paragraph

Execupundit

The man arrived after morning prayers. Word spread quickly that someone had come, and the boys of Saint Anthony's orphanage elbowed each other and strained to catch a glimpse as he unhitched his horse and led it to the trough for drinking. The man's face was hard to make out, his hat was pulled so far down that the brim nearly touched his nose. He tied the reins to a post and then stood there, patting the horse's neck as it drank.

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The Future of Human Work Is Imagination, Creativity, and Strategy

Harvard Business Review

Juj Winn/Getty Images. It seems beyond debate: Technology is going to replace jobs, or, more precisely, the people holding those jobs. Few industries, if any, will be untouched. Knowledge workers will not escape. Recently, the CEO of Deutsche Bank predicted that half of its 97,000 employees could be replaced by robots. One survey revealed that “39% of jobs in the legal sector could be automated in the next 10 years.

"American Epidemic"

Execupundit

The Wall Street Journal video on the opioid epidemic. The chart in this FiveThirtyEight article is jarring. Look at the numbers for Ohio.] The Washington Post on the White House report

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How to Persuade the Young and the Healthy to Sign Up for Health Insurance

Harvard Business Review

Zelma Brezinska/EyeEm/Getty Images. One of the big challenges in both expanding the number of Americans with health care coverage and keeping premiums affordable for people with chronic or serious illnesses has been persuading young and healthy adults to obtain policies. Critics argue that the new U.S.

Quick Look

Execupundit

The trailer for " The Terror.

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Sexual Harassment Is Pervasive in the Restaurant Industry. Here’s What Needs to Change

Harvard Business Review

Linus-Gelber/Alert the Medium/Getty Images. Scores of recent stories have exposed the pervasiveness of sexual harassment in industries such as Hollywood , tech , politics , and academia. Less attention has been given to lower-paying jobs, such as those in the service and hospitality industry, where the problem runs rampant. More sexual harassment claims in the U.S.

Quick Look

Execupundit

The trailer for " Whiplash

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Quote of the Day

Execupundit

The temptation is always to reduce life to size. A bowl of cherries. A rat race. Amino acids. Even to call it a mystery smacks of reductionism. It is the mystery. Frederick Buechner

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