Wed.May 15, 2019

The Three Types of Workplace Courage

Leading Blog

C OURAGE IS THE FIRST VIRTUE of organizational performance. Consider, for example, all the other concepts that courage connects to in workplace settings. Leadership takes courage because it requires making bold decisions that some people won’t agree with or support.

The Art of Servant Leadership

Lead Change Blog

By integrating the servant-led paradigm into their inner lives and professional thinking, today’s leaders can revolutionize heartless corporate strategies that reward the few at the expense of the many.

The Benefits Of Speaking Up

Joseph Lalonde

The Speak Up! Series. There you sit. Your head is down and you’re not offering your opinion. You’re quiet and waiting for the meeting to be over. You have this nagging feeling you should speak up. You believe you have something to offer. Yet, you just can’t speak up.

Fear Factor: The Biggest Reason Managers Lead With Fear

Let's Grow Leaders

Most leaders know better. Leading with fear and intimidation is so old school. So why do so many managers slip back into destructive behaviors? Mark’s Story Mark, a senior executive at a Fortune 50, slams his fist on his desk as he […].

Innovation: Five Signs You Might Be Faking It

Every company wants to be a leader in innovation, but how can you tell if your company is really innovating or just going through the motions? See the 5 signs you might be faking innovation and what to do if you are.

Global Ethics: TMP Challenge 15

Leading in Context

By Linda Fisher ThorntonI participate in a global think tank called The Milennium Project (TMP). As an invited reviewer, my focus is on Global Challenge 15: Global Ethics.

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Making Noise: 3 Tips for Better Leading in a Noisy World

RapidStart Leadership

“Are we making progress, or just making noise?” Mark Twain has said a lot of funny and interesting things, but do you know what he said about chickens and eggs? Or how his comment applies to good leadership? Stick around and I’ll tell you in this edition of “Lines for … Making Noise: 3 Tips for Better Leading in a Noisy World Read More ». The post Making Noise: 3 Tips for Better Leading in a Noisy World appeared first on RapidStart Leadership.

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3 Simple Ways to Improve Your Small Business

Strategy Driven

Not everything about business has to be complicated, you know. Sometimes, even the simplest courses of action can result in the biggest turns of profit. You should, then, stop making everything so difficult, and instead resolve to go down the easy route from time to time.

Tony’s 3 Minutes on TEDx

Tony Mayo

Tony Mayo Executive Coach. Watch my three-minute talk for TEDx Tysons on why so many jobs stink –and what you can do about it. TRANSCRIPT: We live in America, “the land of the free and the home of the brave,” yet we meekly surrender our freedom at work. I know, “We call it ‘work’ because ‘play’ means something else.” ” […]. The post Tony’s 3 Minutes on TEDx appeared first on Tony Mayo.

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Learn about the Penalties for Mortgage and Real Estate Fraud in Florida

Strategy Driven

There has been a substantial rise in the number of cases related to real estate fraud over the past couple of years, particularly as the real estate market has started to flourish once again.

How to Thrive by Creating Choice, Connection, and Competence

Leadership Freak

New Book Giveaway!! 20 free copies!! Leave a comment on this guest post by Susan Fowler to become eligible to win one of twenty complimentary copies of, “Master Your Motivation: Three Scientific Truths for Achieving Your… Continue reading → Author Book Notes Motivation Leadership Development

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11 Proven Ways to Turn Your Culture into a Culture of Innovation

Learn the 11 proven strategies that you can implement quickly to get every employee innovating and contributing to the growth of your company.

The 5 People You Need Around You To Succeed In Business

Strategy Driven

Succeeding in business is not something that you can do alone.

How to Speak for Your Work

Next Level Blog

A lot of us grew up with the idea that if you just do good work, it will speak for itself. That’s not true in large organizations full of busy people all focused on their own agendas. If you’re a leader in that kind of place, the work doesn’t speak for itself; you have to speak for the work. How do you do that without coming off as an annoying braggart? There are seven questions you need to answer when you speak for the work: What is the work?

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The Fog

QAspire

Our train encountered heavy fog on that winter morning. At one point when visibility was less than 100 meters, I thought the train will not move forward. We had little choice but to stay put and trust that things will start moving. And it did, although quite slowly. It was an interesting setting.

What Are You Doing To Help Your Team Succeed?

CEO Insider

CEOWORLD magazine. What Are You Doing To Help Your Team Succeed? My quest to create 99 Millionaires – When most CEOs talk about helping their teams succeed, they’re talking about the company’s success.

Quantifying a Culture of Innovation

Examining five years of anonymous data from over 6 million users in 170+ countries, Spigit has discovered that a culture of innovation can be measured – with a 99% statistical confidence level – by a metric called ideation rate. Download the eBook now for an in-depth look at this groundbreaking study.

Moose Mess: Boeing’s Culture May Have Caused Those Tragic Crashes

The Practical Leader

In the wake of two fatal crashes of Boeing’s new 737 Max jets, Harvard Business School professor and author of a new book on creating psychological safety in the workplace, Amy Edmondson, published an article on Boeing and the Importance of Encouraging Employees to Speak Up.

How To Be An Optimist

Eric Jacobson

Every leader experiences periods of ups and downs. Hopefully, more up periods. If you struggle with too many down periods, it might be because you have perfectionist tendencies.

America’s Top 100 Best Value Colleges And Universities For 2019

CEO Insider

CEOWORLD magazine. America’s Top 100 Best Value Colleges And Universities For 2019. The Brigham Young University (BYU) has been ranked No.

My coworkers won’t stop skinny shaming me. How do I handle comments about my appearance?

HR Digest

Skinny shaming can be as harmful as fat shaming. A coworker’s remarks on appearance at work can rise to microaggressions and lead to actionable harassment. Read Jane Harper’s take on how to respond to offensive comments at work. I lead a small team at a small-sized enterprise.

Tough Comp Conversations: A Guide For Doing Them Right

Speaker: Rusty Lindquist, VP Strategic HR Insights at Bamboo HR

Compensation can be tricky, few things carry as much emotional weight as comp. And with the increased transparency in the market, combined with our collective propensity to rate ourselves against others, the frequency of these very difficult conversations is increasing. In this webinar, we will deconstruct some of the psychology around comp. We’ll take an analytic look at comp’s role in the employee experience, and then we’ll get really tactical with guidance on very specific compensation conversations.

Joe Gagnon’s High-Performance Life Inspires High-Performance Results for Clients of Sparkcentral

CEO Insider

CEOWORLD magazine. Joe Gagnon’s High-Performance Life Inspires High-Performance Results for Clients of Sparkcentral. Joe Gagnon is the CEO of Sparkcentral, a messaging customer service platform founded in 2012.

Something Every Leader Must Know – About Some People You Are Trying to Lead

Ron Edmondson

This is something every leader must know – about some of the people you are trying to lead. Sadly, many of us learn it the hard way. The reality is leaders often try to please everyone. We live for the approval of others. Many leaders (lots of pastors I know) can fall into a trap of being “people pleasers”. We try to say yes to everyone and dread the word no. Only to find out that we simply can’t please everyone. Some people never seem to be happy.

Tesla’s Strong Brand Gives It Unusual Expansion Potential

Harvard Business Review

Its move into car insurance could be just the beginning. Marketing Transportation Digital Article

The Truth About Autonomy

Harvard Business Review

“We’re not even close to developing fully driverless cars,” urges Duke University professor Missy Cummings, a former fighter pilot and the director of the Humans and Autonomy Lab at Duke. She explores where automation currently is and paints a picture of the future with humans as integral parts of autonomous systems. Technology Innovation Regulation Policy Audio

Engagement Around the World, Charted

Harvard Business Review

A look at countries, industries, and workers. Leading teams Motivating people Productivity Digital Article

Debating the Sackler Family Role in the Opioid Crisis, and Using AI Bots to Conduct Job Interviews

Harvard Business Review

Youngme, Felix, and Mihir discuss whether pharmaceutical players like the Sackler family members should be held accountable for the current opioid crisis. They then debate the growing reliance on artificial intelligence bots by human resource departments in the job screening process. Social responsibility Economics & Society Technology Audio

Telehealth Is Improving Health Care in Rural Areas

Harvard Business Review

How one health care provider did it. Technology Operations Healthcare Digital Article

How to Attract Startups and Tech Companies to a City Without Relying on Tax Breaks

Harvard Business Review

Invest in higher education, diversity, and infrastructure. Economic development Policy Public-Private partnerships Entrepreneurship North America Digital Article

How Voice Assistants Could Change the Way We Shop

Harvard Business Review

More speed, less friction, and more sales. Sales & Marketing Competitive strategy Technology Digital Article