Sun.Apr 14, 2019

When Software Can’t Change the Laws of Physics (or Leadership)

Mills Scofield

Boeing 737 Max in production. As far as we know, the physical laws of nature are true and fixed on earth. We can’t design with atoms and ignore gravity, conservation of energy and Newton’s laws of motion.

Goodness, Delivered Daily

Kevin Eikenberry

I agree with most people on the validity of the old computer axiom: garbage in, garbage out. But I prefer talking about it a different way: goodness in, goodness out.

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Tips For A Successful Conference

Strategy Driven

If organisation is not your strong point then planning a conference can be particularly tricky. You need to start off with a vision and then carefully implement steps along the way in order to reap success.

How Great Leaders Create Engaging Cultures That Maximize Results

Michael Lee Stallard

Podcast Appearance on the LEADx Leadership Podcast with Kevin Kruse Recently, Kevin Kruse, host of the LEADx Leadership show podcast, featured a webinar I created with the LEADx team in one of the show’s episodes. Kevin is a New York Times bestselling author and Inc. 500 entrepreneur who providers listeners with advice from top leadership experts in a format suited for a busy professional’s daily commute.

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.

How Can A Business Owner Remain As Informed As Possible?

Strategy Driven

Every business owner needs to remain informed in several fields should they hunt success. This is of course one of the most grounding and obvious principles to be accepted before you begin.

7 Ways to Tell If You’re a Boss or a Leader

Leading with Trust

“You’re not the boss of me!” That was the phrase my younger sister would frequently yell at me during our youth when I was being the domineering big brother. If you’ve had kids, been around kids, or were a kid (that qualifies all of us), then you’ve probably heard the phrase too.

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Questions and Complex Problems

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SOLVEDcards. As I started a recent workshop on using solution-focused to solve complex problems , I overheard one of the participants say, “I don’t understand how asking a question can solve a problem.”

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Challenging Conversations—Dealing with a Micromanaging Boss

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Challenging Conversations—Dealing with a Micromanaging Boss

Art Petty

Not all micromanagers are created equal. Some are a lot more vexing than others. If you’re unfortunate enough to fall under their purview for a while, instead of letting the frustration get to you, it pays to develop coping and navigation skills. Here are some ideas to help you finesse a difficult situation: The post Challenging Conversations—Dealing with a Micromanaging Boss appeared first on Management Excellence by Art Petty.

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.