Fri.Oct 11, 2019

Coaching is a Participative Sport

Lead Change Blog

“I didn’t like you much after that,” said a former colleague and now friend as we reminisced about our early days in management. Back then, we were both newly promoted managers working for the same boss. One day, I accidently observed my colleague coaching one of her employees.

Catalyst Atlanta Leadership Conference 2019 Recap

Joseph Lalonde

It’s hard to believe it’s been a week since the Catalyst Leadership Conference in Atlanta, Georgia happened. This year was the 20th anniversary of the event and it did not disappoint.

How to Move from Stupid to Smart when You’re Stressed

Leadership Freak

You do some of your old job and some managing too. It’s a pressure cooker of tasks and responsibilities. Stress isn’t all bad: No stress is boring. Reasonable doses of stress challenge you… Continue reading → Stress Success Growth Leadership Development

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Top Five Regrets of the Dying.

Rich Gee Group

I've just finished one of the most powerful books I've read this year. It's by a wonderful woman named Bronnie Ware , and it focuses in on the actual voiced regrets of people she encountered when they were dying. Powerful stuff - go and pick up the book !

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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.

Motivating Your Team When You Don’t Set the Goal

Let's Grow Leaders

For leaders at every level, there are times when you must implement a decision or pursue a goal that you don’t agree with or where you didn’t get input. These are critical moments in your leadership. Handle it poorly and you […]. The post Motivating Your Team When You Don’t Set the Goal appeared first on Let's Grow Leaders.

Weekly Round-Up: How Introverts Can Command Attention, 5 Tools for Managing Remote Teams, 8 Things to Engage Employees, 3 Ways to Cultivate Buy-in, 4 Critical Steps for New CHROs

leaderCommunicator

Welcome to my weekly round-up of the best-of-the-best recent leadership and communication blog posts.

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Finding the Route from CTO to CEO

CEO Insider

Making the move from CTO to CEO was a daunting experience for me: after all, I had spent a large part of my career working behind the scenes. Now, I was going to be the face of a company, taking on new responsibilities that encapsulated a whole other realm of leadership than what I had […].

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Five Elements Of A Good Goal

Eric Jacobson

"The more specific you can be about your goal, the greater your level of success will be," explain authors Tom Pandola and James W. Bird , in their book, Light A Fire Under Your Business.

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You Feel Led to Plant a Church. What Do I Do Now?

Ron Edmondson

About once a week, or sometimes more frequently, I get an email from someone who says they feel led to plant a church. They almost always have the same questions. What do I do now? What’s my first step? After answering dozens of times, I decided to put my thoughts in a post.

Do you have a winning right culture to succeed?

HR Digest

As Peter Drucker famously said, “Culture eats strategy for breakfast.” In today’s world of work where change happens fast, the first question analysts are most likely to ask a CEO is: “Do you have the right culture to succeed?”.

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.

Brands Represent Risk Mitigation for Consumers

Strategy Driven

Things exist because we need them. We have brands not because companies made them, but because society needs them. If society and consumers didn’t need brands, no amount of effort from companies could bring them into existence. How do brands work on a societal level?

A Short Guide to Building Your Team’s Critical Thinking Skills

Harvard Business Review

Critical thinking isn’t an innate skill. It can be learned. Strategic thinking Developing employees Digital Article

Do You Need Help With Your Marketing?

Strategy Driven

Marketing is one of the central processes in the running of any business. If the marketing is done in the right way, then the business itself is going to be a success. However, if it is not right, you never know what fate might befall the company. But perfecting marketing is a real challenge.

Why Tech’s Approach to Fixing Its Gender Inequality Isn’t Working

Harvard Business Review

It’s too focused on individuals and not enough on systems. Organizational culture Gender Diversity Technology 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 The Air Compressor Your Business Needs

Strategy Driven

What should you consider when looking for a company for an air compressor? An air compressor is a piece of equipment that many different businesses may need. If this applies to you, this blog post can assist.

How New Health Care Platforms Will Improve Patient Care

Harvard Business Review

Combining data from multiple sources, they create a more holistic view of the patient. Innovation Health Technology IT Healthcare Digital Article

Integrating the Science of How We Learn into Education Technology

Harvard Business Review

Students learn best when they aren’t challenged too much or too little. Education Technology Educational Institutions Digital Article