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Ethical Leadership Development: Global Principles

Leading in Context

By Linda Fisher Thornton Beyond complying with laws and regulations, what should C-Suite leaders be doing about ethical leadership and responsible business practices? CEOs, CLOs, CHROs and other C-Suite leaders should be working together to ensure that every leader is doing business responsibly and ethically. But what does “doing business responsibly and ethically” look like in today’s global economy?

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12 Ways to Dance with Disappointment

Leadership Freak

Disappointment looks like, anger, fear, fatigue, loss of interest, insecurity, low motivation, and/or guilt. This post offers 12 practical ways to dance with disappointment. One of them may work for you.

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3 Important Lessons Leaders Can Learn From Success | Leadership Espresso Shot 58

Tanveer Naseer

When it comes to success, much of the focus tends to be on how do we go about being successful. We read books and watch documentaries about the lives of successful people in the hopes that we might better understand what allowed them to succeed in the hopes that we might achieve a similar result from our efforts. But a recent conversation with my daughter revealed something we don’t tend to think about when it comes to success and that is what lessons can we learn about ourselves when we succeed

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Elevate Your Leadership Game: 3 Essential Do’s and Don’ts for Success

Lead from Within

Leadership is not just about being in charge; it’s about inspiring and guiding your team towards success. Elevating your leadership game requires a deep understanding of what works and what doesn’t. Here we will explore three essential “Do’s” and “Don’ts” that can help you become a more effective and successful leader.

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How to Build the Ideal HR Team

HR doesn’t exist in a vacuum. This work impacts everyone: from the C-Suite to your newest hire. It also drives results. Learn how to make it all happen in Paycor’s latest guide.

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Empowering Women In Healthcare: A Locum Story

Women on Business

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Why Boards Fail

CEO Insider

Serving on dozens of boards – both for-profit and non-profit – over three decades has provided me a unique window into organizational governance. I have seen a lot of boards succeed and many that didn’t. Boards play an invaluable governance role for organizations but often underperform at their job. Frequently, board members serve either for […] The post Why Boards Fail appeared first on CEOWORLD magazine.

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How to Build Teams With the Right Mix of Skills

thoughtLEADERS, LLC

Building a high-performing team involves hiring people with technical, functional, and cultural skills. As the leader of a high-performing team, you’re personally responsible for making sure your team has the required set of skills to succeed and execute against all the initiatives that you have on your prioritization list. You need to evaluate your team’s mission.

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What Slums Can Teach Us About Circular Cities

The Horizons Tracker

Researchers at Charles Darwin University (CDU) suggest that we can learn valuable lessons about creating sustainable cities in developing countries by studying the slums in the Global South. Slums are places where people live in informal, often unsafe housing with limited access to clean water, toilets, and proper homes. They are known for causing many social and environmental problems.

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7 Ways Extroverts Can Better Engage Introverts

Ron Edmondson

If you’re an extroverted leader, I believer there are ways you can better engage introverts. I write a lot about introversion, because I’m an introvert. I released my book The Mythical Leader in 2017. One of the parts I receive the most positive feedback on is the part I write about introverts. Introversion is a personality preference, based on the way a person has been shaped by experiences and life.

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Employee Surveys Fail To Uncover Poor Leadership Behaviors

The Horizons Tracker

When leaders want to “take the temperature” of their organizations, the humble employee survey is often the bedrock of their efforts. Alas, research from Binghamton University suggests that these surveys often fail to unmask negative behavior because employees aren’t completely honest. “Instead of capturing actual leader behaviors, ratings might simply reflect whether a person likes their leader,” the researchers explain. “People may just generally experience

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How to Stay Competitive in the Evolving State of Martech

Marketing technology is essential for B2B marketers to stay competitive in a rapidly changing digital landscape — and with 53% of marketers experiencing legacy technology issues and limitations, they’re researching innovations to expand and refine their technology stacks. To help practitioners keep up with the rapidly evolving martech landscape, this special report will discuss: How practitioners are integrating technologies and systems to encourage information-sharing between departments and pr

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How to Talk to an Employee about Body Odor Without Pushing Them Away

HR Digest

Wondering how to approach someone about body odor? Jane lends out advice on how to talk to an employee about body odor without attacking them for things they may be unaware of in the first place. Dear Jane, As the HR manager at work, it’s fallen to me to talk to an employee about their body odor but I just can’t think of a polite way to do it. This worker is a new employee who has only been with the company for a few months, but they are great at what they do and have become quite a valued membe

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Don’t Be an Ass in a Lyin’ Skin

The Practical Leader

An Ass found a Lion’s skin left in the forest by a hunter. He dressed himself in it, and amused himself by hiding in a thicket and rushing out suddenly at the animals who passed that way. All took to their heels the moment they saw him. The Ass was so pleased to see the animals running away from him, just as if he were King Lion himself, that he could not keep from expressing his delight by a loud, harsh bray.

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How To Be a Good Manager: A 30-Day Roadmap for Leaders

Niagara Institute

Getting promoted and receiving a management position is the first step in becoming a leader. However, being a good manager will take much more than a title. Effective managers have the knowledge and skills to lead a team to success and, in turn, significantly impact their organization. They can bring the best out of others, inspire great work, and become influential leaders employees want to follow.

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Skilling Talent: A Framework to Upskilling and Reskilling Talent

The Center For Leadership Studies

The post Skilling Talent: A Framework to Upskilling and Reskilling Talent appeared first on Situational Leadership® Management and Leadership Training.

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The Complete People Management Toolkit

From welcoming new team members to tough termination decisions, each employment lifecycle phase requires a balance of knowledge, empathy & legal diligence.

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Thank You to Wally Bock and Three Star Leadership

Art Petty

My good friend and mentor-from-a-distance, Wally Bock, announced yesterday that he will no longer be adding content to his fabulous and long-running Three Star Leadership Blog. Wally is shifting gears to focus on his book writing/coaching practice. In this article, I share my thanks and great regard for someone who has inspired me for years. The post Thank You to Wally Bock and Three Star Leadership appeared first on Management Excellence by Art Petty.

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Why training does not work – there is more to training than training

Rapid BI

Training is seen as the solution. it can be but it is not a universal solution to poor management! The post Why training does not work – there is more to training than training appeared first on RapidBI.

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Thank You to Wally Bock and Three Star Leadership

Management Excellence

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5 Key Takeaways: The Brandon Hall Human Capital Management Conference

Roundtable Talk

5 Key Takeaways: The Brandon Hall Human Capital Management Conference “What is the role of the human in the organization?” – Question posed by a Chief Learning Officer at the HCM Conference this past week. AI was definitely the ‘topic du jour’ at Brandon Hall’s annual Human Capital Management Conference. The conference is attended by […] The post 5 Key Takeaways: The Brandon Hall Human Capital Management Conference appeared first on The Roundtable.

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ABM Evolution: How Top Marketers Are Using Account-Based Strategies

In times of economic uncertainty, account-based strategies are essential. According to several business analysts and practitioners, ABM is a necessity for creating more predictable revenue. Research shows that nearly three-quarters of marketers (74%) already have the resources needed to build successful ABM programs.

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Preparing Your Team for a Year of Intense Political Polarization

Harvard Business Review

To be sure, the year ahead is going to bring even greater levels of social and political conflict than 2023. Shaping an environment that allows people to productively exchange opposing views and maintain mutual respect in the face of deeply personal differences is no small task. Further, some of those delicate viewpoints may be your own. Figuring out how much you can personally share without tipping the team’s dynamics can be even trickier.

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5 Ways to Prepare for Situational Interview Questions

Harvard Business Review

When interviewing for a new job, anticipating and preparing answers in writing to the most common situational questions — such as how you solved a big problem, aligned stakeholders on a project, influenced someone to think a different way, worked with difficult personalities, or met a tight deadline — will ensure your answers are crisp and clear. Knowing exactly how you will approach common situational questions will help you stay calm and focused on highlighting how your unique strengths and ex

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Great Leaders Balance Ambition with Humility

Harvard Business Review

How to find a better balance between our desire to achieve and the qualities that earn more respect from colleagues.

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How to Build — and Maintain — Relationships with Your Shareholders

Harvard Business Review

Learn how to communicate with your investors to meet their needs — without needing to change your strategy.

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Recruit and Retain New Blue-Collar Talent

Blue-collar jobs have a branding problem. One company, GEON, partnered with Paycor to find the solution. Learn how to attract, engage, and retain blue-collar employees, helping them build meaningful careers – and support your company’s goals.