Sun.Dec 01, 2019

First Look: Leadership Books for December 2019

Leading Blog

Here's a look at some of the best leadership books to be released in December 2019. Don't miss out on other great new and future releases. Become : The 5 Commitments of Purposeful Leadership by Mark Hannum.

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Leadership: A Global Perspective

N2Growth Blog

This fall, I embarked on a worldwide quest to gain insights and perspectives on global leadership in the 21st century.

The Score Takes Care of Itself: My Philosophy of Leadership

Kevin Eikenberry

In the 100th year of the NFL, it is common to read about all of “the bests” in league history. While as of this writing the top 8 coaches in history haven’t all been named, I’m willing to wager that Bill Walsh will be one of them. As such, his philosophy of leadership. Soon after […].

Improving The Sales In Your Business And How You Can Do It

Strategy Driven

When it comes to your business, one of the most important aspects of it is sales.

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The HR Playbook: Reduce Turnover with Employee Benefits

Companies with the right mix of benefits saw a 138% drop in employee turnover. Learn how you can lower your employee attrition rate and retain top talent.

How To Be An Effective Listener

Eric Jacobson

Here are some great tips from Michelle Tillis Lederman's book, The 11 Laws of Likability.

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The X Factor of a Great Employee Experience

Leading with Trust

How do you feel about your employer when you leave work at the end of the day? When you talk to friends or family about your job, how do you describe it? When you eat lunch with coworkers in the break room and the conversation shifts to work, what is the tenor of the discussion?

Manager, Do You Use Questions as an Interrogator or Explorer?

Art Petty

A large part of the outcome from your daily encounters with team members depends upon your careful use of questioning. Are you an interrogator or an explorer? Depending upon your style, the outcomes are very different. The post Manager, Do You Use Questions as an Interrogator or Explorer?