Fri.Nov 08, 2019

Is a Lack of Intentionality Holding You Back?

Leading Blog

W HAT ARE the defining characteristics of successful leadership? Mark Sanborn identifies them as clarity and intentionality in The Intention Imperative. Clarity, he says, “tells you where you’re headed” and intentionality is “the consistent action you’ll take to get there.”.

What To Do With Change

Joseph Lalonde

Leading Through Change. Change… The one thing that never changes. You can always expect there to be change in your life and leadership. Change is a constant. You’re not going to escape from it though many people try to avoid change. This brings up a valid question about change.

The Two Myths of Change

Lead Change Blog

What makes a leader successful? In essence, it’s all about influence. Whatever your leadership style, the nature of your organization, etc., you as leader want to influence your team members to do the things that are good for your organization and the things that are (even) better for the organization, thereby making it an excellent organization. Having influence means the ability to actually change the behavior of your team members.

Encore Video Series #2: How Can I Teach and Learn Mindset?

Kevin Eikenberry

In Video #2 of The Encore Video Series, we are further exploring mindset and I’m answering this question: How can I teach or learn mindset?

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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 Become a Truly Remarkable Leader

Leadership Freak

On average, most leaders are average, even if they think they’re remarkable. But every leader can become truly remarkable in some areas. Remarkable leadership is never an accident. REMARKABLE LEADERS ARE: #1.

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Don’t Treat Your Team Like Family

Let's Grow Leaders

It’s a mistake that many well-intentioned leaders make. You want to communicate your care, compassion, and commitment, so you tell your team or company that you’re a family. In this episode, David explains why it’s a mistake to treat your team […]. The post Don’t Treat Your Team Like Family appeared first on Let's Grow Leaders. It’s a mistake that many well-intentioned leaders make.

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How To Encourage Teams To Think Of Providing Value Beyond The Ordinary

Eric Jacobson

"It takes more than encouraging words to get a team thinking beyond the ordinary," explains Jackie Barretta , author of the book, Primal Teams. She suggests you must help team members to redefine the purpose of their work with broader and more expansive thinking.

Trump University and Other “Successful” Founder Fails

CEO Insider

An oft-repeated lie, which appears in many variations, is the amazing tale of the incredible successes of a company’s founder. Our founder created this company after a lifetime of success!” these companies—and particularly, recruiters—often loudly announce.

Achieving Time-Efficiency And Cost-Efficiency To Ensure Steady Business Expansion

Strategy Driven

Building a successful business requires a well-planned and efficient strategy. You need to consider the way in which you use your time and resources on a daily basis if you want to maximize the growth of your company and its profits.

The Power Of Brevity

Eric Jacobson

Here is some good advice from author Scott Belsky's book, The Messy Middle: Finding your way through the hardest and most crucial part of any bold venture. The power in brevity : Shorter emails get faster response times. Fewer words go further (and are listened to more intently).

How to Build a Competitive Benefits Package

An attractive benefits program can be a highly effective recruiting and retention tool. But to make benefits a competitive advantage, employers must get creative with their benefits strategy or risk losing out on the best talent. Learn how to build a benefits package that your employees will love.

How To Celebrate A Business Birthday

Strategy Driven

From time to time, a business will celebrate its anniversary. Of course, perhaps celebrating three years of being open is not something you will celebrate outside of the office, even though it is somewhat of an amazing achievement. But five years? Ten years? Twenty?

The Key To Getting Real Results From Your Upskilling Efforts: Citizen-Led Innovation - SPONSOR CONTENT FROM PWC

Harvard Business Review

Sponsor content from PwC. Developing employees Sponsor Content

Is China Actually Stealing American Jobs and Wealth?

Harvard Business Review

It’s a political talking point, so let’s look at the data. National competitiveness Economy Competition Intellectual property Digital Article

Using AI to Understand What Causes Diseases

Harvard Business Review

Medicine needs to broaden its application of algorithms. Technology Research & development Innovation Healthcare Digital Article

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.

Getting Over Your Fear of Talking About Diversity

Harvard Business Review

Advice for leaders who are afraid of saying the wrong thing. Diversity Leadership Race Gender Sexual orientation Difficult conversations Digital Article

How Targeted Ads and Dynamic Pricing Can Perpetuate Bias

Harvard Business Review

Companies struggle to personalize their services without discriminating. Marketing Pricing Technology Digital Article