Sun.Jan 24, 2021

Quotes And Leadership Lessons From Yes Man

Joseph Lalonde

Jim Carrey stars as No Man Carl. Carl lives his life in a constant state of NO. No matter what it is in his life, his answer is no. That is until a conference changes his life and he becomes a Yes Man. The movie makes it humorous. It makes us laugh. Yes Man should also […]. Reel Leadership

Join our Virtual Book Club!

Kevin Eikenberry

Book Clubs. Some people love them, and many have wanted to join one but never have. Lest you think that isn’t an option when we are supposed to stay home, enter the virtual book club. More specifically, The Long-Distance Teammate Virtual Book Club.

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How to Develop Mental Toughness

Skip Prichard

Train Your Mind. Dr. Jason Selk is a mental toughness expert who has not only worked with athletes in Major League Baseball and the National Football League, but he has also advised executives on achieving success in both their personal and business lives.

4 Ways Managers Cheat Their Employees

Leading with Trust

The legendary college football coach Woody Hayes once said there were four ways he could cheat his players: do for them what they can do for themselves, allow them to get by on less than their best effort, allow them to believe their athletic talent is the only education they will need, and allow them to believe that football makes them privileged.

CFO’s Guide to Building an HR Team with Limited Time, Budget and Resources

Building the ideal HR team doesn’t happen overnight—especially when CFOs have limited time, budget and resources. But our new guide can give you advice on where to start and key focus areas you need to know. Download our guide today!

Leadership Caffeine™—Here’s Where You Should Slow Down to Move Faster

Management Excellence

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Change is continual – stability is an illusion

Mike Cardus

“… changing is a continual process and stability is an illusion or a memory of one moment during the process of changing.” ” -Steve de Shazer ‘The Death of Resistance’ Change and the metaphors you use will impact how you see and navigate change.

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Leadership Caffeine™—Here’s Where You Should Slow Down to Move Faster

Art Petty

It's easy to swallow the dogma that has emerged around the "Cult of Speed" in our management thinking and teaching. Yet, the pursuit of speed in poorly designed systems exposes weaknesses and often precipitates project, strategy, and even organizational failure. Said simply, raw speed kills. Sometimes you have to tap the brakes and slow down to ultimately move faster.