Sun.May 19, 2019

The Journey of Servant Leadership: Iron Sharpens Iron

N2Growth Blog

Each day I reflecting upon the journey of servant leadership , what I now define as “relational leadership”. Although I certainly do not intend to make this a post with any religious overtones, I’ve found the bible has an amazing quote that shapes my thinking on this topic. Proverbs 27:17 proclaims: “As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another”. This simple statement has been a calling for all these years to understand that no one is alone.

Previewing A World-Class Learning Experience

Kevin Eikenberry

When I talk to organizations about their gaps in leadership development, developing coaching skills is near the top of their list. Here at The Kevin Eikenberry Group, we’ve been training and developing coaches for many years. In fact, we completely revamped and re-tooled our flagship coaching workshop last year and unveiled it as the Coaching […]. The post Previewing A World-Class Learning Experience appeared first on Kevin Eikenberry on Leadership & Learning.

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Nine Ideas to Help You Lead Effectively in Pressure Environments

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Tactical Execution Best Practice 1 – Priority System Alignment with Mission Goals

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CFO’s Guide to Building an HR Team with Limited Time, Budget and Resources

Building the ideal HR team doesn’t happen overnight—especially when CFOs have limited time, budget and resources. But our new guide can give you advice on where to start and key focus areas you need to know. Download our guide today!

Conversations about leadership and progress

Mike Cardus

A client was holding a significant internal networking event that consisted of ~200 employees from around the world all meeting to discuss the future of work, plus how the company and each person can support leadership and development internally. My client contacted me to help them create some table conversation questions to support the dialog and sharing of examples; below are the questions that they used.

Project Management Warning Flag 1 – Unfunded Activities

Strategy Driven

Managing a project to an on-time, on-budget completion has become increasingly difficult in the ‘do more with less’ reality of today’s business world. But what many project managers fail to realize is that their project is doomed from the start. Activities associated with a project’s roll-out and needed organizational change management often go unscoped and unfunded because they don’t directly contribute to the creation of the produce or service being developed.

Nine Ideas to Help You Lead Effectively in Pressure Environments

Art Petty

It's a fact of life as managers and leaders that we must generate results or we lose the opportunity to lead. While some environments are transactional, where the pressure for results at all costs breeds short-term behaviors, you always have the option to choose "How" you will lead.