Fri.Nov 18, 2011

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10 Resolutions Guaranteed to Improve Your Ministry Leadership

Ron Edmondson

The best leadership, in my opinion, comes out of the resolve a leader has made in his or her heart. The resolve of a leader is powerful. Be honest.

Time to Think

Kevin Eikenberry

I grew up on a farm, so I know what it is like to work hard physically. Many times I’ve started working before dawn and finished long after dark. I know what it feels like to be physically dog tired. in my work now, there are days I am every bit [.]. Leadership Learning Quotations Setting Goals Success Ralph Waldo Emerson thinking

What Your Attitude Needs Is A Swift Kick in the Butt…

Lead Change Blog

Posted in Leadership Development I hate being around “downers.” ” You know the kind I’m talking about. Not only is the glass “half empty” to them, but they would be quick to add, “My glass is chipped, it has a greasy film on it, the water is lukewarm and hey, I wanted tea, not water!”

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Quote of the Day

Execupundit

It's pretty hard to be efficient without being obnoxious. Frank McKinney Hubbard

How to Set Your Tebows Up for Success

Next Level Blog

Week by week, Fox and his staff have made adjustments in the game plan to take advantage of Tebow's strengths. You have to give them credit for that because a lot of coaches wouldn't. There are a few. Please click the headline to read the whole story. Current Affairs Leadership Denver Broncos Football leveraging strengths Tim Tebow

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In 100 Words: You Get More With Honey Than Vinegar!

Management is a Journey

If you honor and serve the people who work for you, they will honor and serve you. – Mary Kay Ash When I discuss motivation in my seminars and say that money is not the most powerful motivator of employees, I often get an I’m not buying this look from some managers. They remain doubtful [.].

Jack Welch Led Gossip Sessions

Leadership Freak

With typical candor and color, Jack Welch said, “We always had one hell-of-ah gossip session after every meeting.” (ELP, ELP, 2011, NYC) At least two things happened at meetings Jack Welch attended. First, the agenda happened. Second, and more importantly, an H.R. meeting happened during and after.

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Photo Inquiry Friday: How do you describe the absence of a problem?

Create Learning

Hello this post is a little psychological and that is where my head has been. Your feedback is always requested and welcomed. How do you do that?

Thought-full Thursday: The Most Powerful Force

Aspire-CS

Every Thursday, we provide you with a thoughtful way to coach yourself – something all leaders need to do. So take five and enjoy the inspirational quotes and reflect on the questions that follow. Your comments and answers to the questions are most welcome! Ultimately, human intentionality is the most powerful evolutionary force

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Five Ways to Land in the Executive Chair

Strategy Driven

Executives play in a bigger league; they play for higher stakes; and the game is for keeps. Executives, especially CEOs, need something better.

Geoffrey A. Moore: Second interview, by Bob Morris

First Friday Book Synopsis

Geoffrey Moore is chairman emeritus of three Silicon-Valley-based consulting firms he helped found: The Chasm Group, the Chasm Institute, and TCG Advisors, all of which provide market development and business strategy services to many leading high-technology companies.

Managing Change Successfully – a case study #cipd 11

Rapid BI

Our customers and the environment in which we operate is changing - see how one behemoth approached this challenge - GSK. Management change management cipd member cipd11 culture Leadership LinkedIn managing change talent management

The Capable Employee

Women on Business

As a modern business owner, I’ve caught the fever to rely on gadgets and depend on electronic communication in lieu of actually picking up. the phone; but I wonder, have I done my company a disservice? As I visit client sites and assess the challenges they face, it becomes clear that sometimes the culprit is not the employee, it’s the technology.

Closeout for 11.18.11

LDRLB

Every friday we review the posts from LeaderLab contributors that has appeared on this blog and elsewhere online. Bret Simmons is involved on a new research project. We hope you’ll help him out by taking a simple survey on work life. David Burkus shared why you shouldn’t negotiate salary. Jim Collins on 3 ways to demotivate followers.

On the Mountaintop

Execupundit

There will be light blogging this weekend but an energetic return

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The Capable Employee

Women on Business

As a modern business owner, I’ve caught the fever to rely on gadgets and depend on electronic communication in lieu of actually picking up. the phone; but I wonder, have I done my company a disservice? As I visit client sites and assess the challenges they face, it becomes clear that sometimes the culprit is not the employee, it’s the technology.

Miscellaneous and Fast

Execupundit

Niall Ferguson deftly spars in a BBC debate. Sensory Dispensary : Elvis is everywhere. Eclecticity : If you buy this for me, I will graciously accept. Ed Driscoll : When taking responsibility isn't. Clifford May on the Iran options. John McCormack on GE and corporate tax reform. Android : A growing malware problem. Sissel sings " Shenandoah."

50 Ways to Leave your Lover: Keep Failing Til the Last Thing You Try Is Successful

Mills Scofield

Special guest blog post by Don Esch, President of Bettcher Industries of his story at BW-Center For Innovation & Growth 's Innovation Summit.

Water's Economics as Muddy as Ever

Harvard Business Review

It's hard to put into words how dry and hot Texas was this past summer. The economic cost of the drought has been incredible; Texas lost $5.2 billion in agricultural production alone. And it's not a short-term problem, either. It's a desert. If the models are right, then the Southwest will face a permanent drying out.".

Thanksgiving in Early America

Deep Imprints

A bit of history from guest Elaine Marie Cooper – where do you store your pre-Thanksgiving cooking? SIGH* L’amour! Indeed! Author Bio.

Say Farewell to Lipitor but Don't Forget Its Lessons

Harvard Business Review

It's become a commonplace that 70% of big-bet acquisitions fail to create the anticipated value. Think AOL and Time Warner, Daimler-Benz and Chrysler, and Sprint and Nextel. One of the rare exceptions would appear to be Pfizer's acquisition in 2000 of Warner-Lambert and its flagship product Lipitor. Lipitor also faced a rapidly evolving U.S.