Sun.Sep 12, 2021

Quotes And Leadership Lessons From Dynasty Warriors

Joseph Lalonde

I was a huge fan of the Playstation 2 video game Dynasty Warriors 2. Hearing that Netflix had released a movie based on the series, my interest was piqued. I was excited to watch a video game from my youth transition to a live-action movie. Dynasty Warriors began with an epic battle.

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Which Session Will Change Your Life and Work?

Kevin Eikenberry

There are many ways to accelerate your professional development. Learning from thought leaders is a powerful way. I’ve recently shared five ways to learn from thought leaders here.

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Five whats and a how – solution-focused method to make team progress

Mike Cardus

From 5 Whys to 5 Whats and a How – solution-focused. Five Whats and a How video transcript. Recently I was working with a super smart client, and we were going through some problem-solving methodologies. The client brought up to five whys. 5 whys work pretty well.

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The Inherent Synergies Between Servant Leadership and Situational Leadership®

The Center For Leadership Studies

Servant leadership is a philosophy that was developed in the early 1970s by Robert Greenleaf. A philosophy, as we know, is a filter of sorts that informs how to process events, develop perspective and make decisions. Suffice to say, when servant leadership was unveiled, it caused quite a stir.

7 Ways to Manage a Talent Shortage

In this whitepaper, Paycor examines the top 7 things you can do to out-maneuver your competition and win the war for talent in the coming months.

Putting New Ideas into Motion

CEO Insider

If you transport yourself back to high school physics for a moment, you might recall Newton’s First Law – an object at rest stays at rest. No matter how aerodynamic an object might be, it still requires an external force to set it in motion.

How To Coach With Compassion

Eric Jacobson

“Helping others is a good thing, but even the most well-intentioned attempts can be undermined by a simple truth: We almost always focus on “fixing” people – correcting problems or filling the gaps between where they are and where we think they should be.