Mon.Sep 19, 2022

How to Say No at Work: Powerful Phrases to Stand Your Ground

Let's Grow Leaders

To Gain More Confidence Saying No at Work, Start with Your “Yes” It’s never easy to say no at work. After all, you want to be helpful, responsive, and a team player.

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Leaders Love the Most

Leadership Freak

Leaders love the most. Haters ruin the most. “All that I hope to say in books, all that I ever hope to say, is that I love the world.” White Get out of leadership if you… Continue reading → Leadership Development Leading love

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Should We Monitor Progress or Activity?

Kevin Eikenberry

Should we monitor (or measure) progress or activity? It is a good question – one that you may not have thought about or realized how important the answer might be. That’s why I’m writing this. To give us all some food for thought and perhaps a new perspective on this important question.

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Action-Learning based leadership development using entangled-trios

Mike Cardus

Cross-Functional Collaboration – Action-learning based leadership development. An organization-development process developed for a company. Instead of pulling new and experienced supervisors into a series of classes and lectures, we wanted to engage in action-learning.

HR in 2023: Survey Insights and Predictions

Nearly 6,000 people weighed in on the future of HR. Here’s what they said….

Avoiding the Pitfalls of Impromptu Speaking

Thought Leaders LLC

Speaking spontaneously can be a powerful way for leaders to communicate with their teams. But such spontaneity comes with many pitfalls that can derail the speaker’s message. Beware of rambling on, using inappropriate humor, and not staying attuned to your audience.

How To Show The Value Of Your Work

Eric Jacobson

Today brings a new book and step-by-step guide for specialists, professionals, managers and independent contracts who want to achieve success in their work. Specifically, the book teaches how to demonstrate the value of your initiatives, using a simplified version of the ROI Methodology.

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Top 4 Questions About Leading & Communicating with Impact in Today’s Reality

David Grossman

At a time when so many employees are feeling stretched, disconnected and overwhelmed by the challenges of our new working reality – and businesses wrestle with significant change and cost pressures – communication leaders are looked to for answers. Leadership Communication Internal Communication

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7 Wise Leadership Characteristics

Ron Edmondson

As I write this I’m preparing to meet with someone with much more experience in leadership than me. If I had one word to describe him it would be wise. Wisdom is critical to the field of good leadership. Being wise in leadership comes with time and experience.

How Your Company Can Encourage Innovation from All Employees

Harvard Business Review

Kaizen, the Japanese management practice of continuous innovation, can be applied to knowledge work. Innovation Digital Article

Getting Along with a Political Operator

Harvard Business Review

How to work with someone who’s moving their career forward at the expense of yours. Interpersonal communication Managing conflicts Emotional intelligence Audio

How to Write OKRs: 45 Effective Examples

Many companies are embracing objectives and key results (OKRs) as the best practice for committing to goals and following through. Objectives are outcomes that reflect current company priorities. Each employee should write OKRs that roll up to larger company goals.

Does Your Family Business Encourage Dissent?

Harvard Business Review

Companies that have diversity of thought are higher performing — and more resilient. Diversity and inclusion Family businesses Digital Article