Fri.Apr 02, 2021

Lead from the Future

Leading Blog

T HERE is present-forward vision , and there is future-back vision. There is a difference. Present-forward thinking will get you incremental change and often leaves you stuck in the present. Future-back thinking expands your horizon to see opportunities that are beyond your core business.

Becoming a Leader

Lead Change Blog

Did you know you would be a leader? I never pictured myself as a leader growing up, and I am sure most didn’t see me that way either. How did you become a leader? I was a shy, backward kind of kid, not a standout girl. So when did the change happen? I can think of a few key people and moments in my life, and I am sure you can too! How can we support leadership today?

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Trusted Leader – with David Horsager

Let's Grow Leaders

Without trust, people and businesses fail. Trust is the currency of your influence. The foundation of your results. Trust is the air your culture breathes. In this fast-paced interview, David Horsager, CEO of the Trust Edge gives you a crash course in […].

Lack of Sleep is Keeping Me Awake

Leadership Freak

Pressure to get enough sleep keeps me awake. They say lack of sleep can kill you. If it doesn’t kill you, it gives you heart disease, stroke, cancer, dementia, or diabetes. If those… Continue reading → Leading

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5 Reasons CFOs Invest in Talent Development

In 2021, many of your competitors will invest in talent development software. If you make the right decision, invest in the right software, and if your organization is willing to use it, you can realize five decisive competitive advantages. To see those advantages, download Paycor’s latest guide, 5 Reasons CFOs Invest in Talent Development.

How Do I Improve My Leadership Skills? (Video)

Let's Grow Leaders

If you want to improve your leadership skills and don’t know where to start, begin with these 6 fundamental concepts you can’t lead without. These very practical leadership skills will serve you across contexts and work at every level of the business.

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The Six Universal Desires Of Employees

Eric Jacobson

According to Bob Rosen , author of the book, Grounded: How Leaders Stay Rooted In An Uncertain World , there are six universal desires about what employees want from work, regardless of their age: A sense of purpose and meaning. Belief that they are making a contribution.

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