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Quotes And Leadership Lessons From Black Panther

Joseph Lalonde

A Reel Leadership Article Black Panther is the last Marvel Cinematic Universe movie before the character packed Avengers: Infinity War releases May 8th, 2018. With the previous Marvel movies, Black Panther had a lot to live up to. Thankfully, Black Panther delivered. Credit: Marvel/Disney.

5 Secrets of Church Revitalization

Ron Edmondson

I’ve written frequently about church revitalization. As one who has planted a coupLe churches, I know the challenges are unique. One thing I’ve noticed is the number of pastors who enter revitalization thinking the church just needs new leadership. Or better sermons. Or it needs them.

Three Qualities Needed to be a Better Boss

Leadership Freak

30 Book Giveaway!! 30 free copies of Talent Magnet: How to Attract and Keep the Best People Leave a comment on this guest post by Mark Miller to become eligible to win one… Continue reading → Author Book Notes

Key Tips for Bridging the Generational Divide in the Workplace

Leading Blog

M ILLENNIALS NOW MAKE UP the largest percentage of the workforce. As workers, they’re characterized as brazen, fearless and unwilling to take “no” for an answer. Their assuredness and technological expertise have radically changed office dynamics.

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Changing the Conversation

Lead Change Blog

As a leader, have you ever considered that you are often the topic of dinner conversation of your employees? Think about it for a second in relation to your own life. How often do you find yourself talking to your spouse or family members over a meal about things that happened at work and how your boss treated you? It happens quite a bit, doesn’t it? So why wouldn’t your employees be doing the same thing in relation to you?

Think Like A Hacker, Protect Like A Pro

Strategy Driven

In physical spaces, companies rely on security guards and cameras. They place these measures in areas thieves are likely to target. Cameras point to expensive products. Security guards stand at possible entrance points. Systems like these were built by getting into the minds of thieves.

N2Growth Leadership Academy Recognized by Sioux Falls

N2Growth Blog

Click the link below to view the document. Top 10 2017_Human Resources_City of Sioux Falls. The post N2Growth Leadership Academy Recognized by Sioux Falls appeared first on The Executive Hub. Communication

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N2Growth Leadership Academy Recognized by Sioux Falls

N2Growth Blog

Top 10 2017_Human Resources_City of Sioux Falls. The post N2Growth Leadership Academy Recognized by Sioux Falls appeared first on The Executive Hub. Communication

How the Right Kind of Praise Fuels Big Potential

Leadership Freak

I just finished the fourth book on February’s reading list, Big Potential: How Transforming the Pursuit of Success Raises Our Achievement, Happiness, and Well-Being by Shawn Achor. It’s was well worth the read. … Continue reading → Appreciation Author Book Notes Encouragement Taking others higher

Tell the Story: Part 3

Lead Change Blog

Your chances of creating a Talent Magnet go up drastically if you can marshal the energy and effort of your entire organization. The same can be said for telling the story; you cannot expect your leaders to carry the load alone on this issue. If you want to become an employer of choice for Top Talent, consider the possibilities if you Deputize Everyone to help Tell the Story. If you truly hope to mobilize the entire workforce, you must train, equip, and empower them to tell the story.

Courage

Execupundit

Let us remember and honor Cadet Peter Wang

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5 Tips to Make Your Office Comfortable

Women on Business

We've Moved! Update your Reader Now. This feed has moved to: [link] If you haven't already done so, update your reader now with this changed subscription address to get your latest updates from us. link]. Women On Business Sponsors

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I Am in the Swamp of Technology

Execupundit

Fighting snakes and gators. Back soon

Why Ethical Thinking Matters (Part 5)

Leading in Context

By Linda Fisher Thornton To celebrate 7 Lenses going into its second printing, this is the fifth post in a special series focused on Why Ethical Thinking Matters. In case you missed them, take a look at Why Ethical Thinking Matters (Part 1), Why Ethical Thinking Matters (Part 2), Why Ethical Thinking Matters (Part 3) and Why Ethical Matters (Part 4). I’m hoping the strategies shared in this series will give you a fresh perspective on your plans for developing leaders in 2018.

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First Paragraph

Execupundit

Like tombstones of forgotten graves, the decayed apartment buildings in the Friedrichstrasse pooled haphazard shadows in the approaching dusk and both men expertly used the cover, walking close to the walls. Although together, they carefully avoided physical contact and there was no conversation. From Charlie M by Brian Freemantle

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Why blog? Is it a Marketing tool?

Rapid BI

Why blog and what is the value to small businesses and freelance consultants and trainers. This article explores the value to the provider and reader. This article is suitable for people new to Blogging or those thinking about Blogging for business. The post Why blog? Is it a Marketing tool? appeared first on RapidBI. Management blog for business consulting expert Freelance Marketing seo small business social marketing Training why blog

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Quick Look

Execupundit

The trailer for " The Party

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Most Leaders Know Their Strengths — but Are Oblivious to Their Weaknesses

Harvard Business Review

Roman Kharlamov/Getty Images. “Oh, I pretty much know my strengths and my weaknesses.” ” If we had a dollar for every time we’d heard this from an executive we were coaching, we could have retired a long time ago. When probed, they often proclaim that while they might not recognize all their strengths, they are confident about knowing their serious weaknesses.

How Can That Be?

Execupundit

From The Babylon Bee : " Man Joins CrossFit Without Telling Anyone

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Mind the (Wage) Gap

Harvard Business Review

From the Women at Work podcast: Listen and subscribe to our podcast via Apple Podcasts | Google Play | RSS. Download this podcast. Do you earn the same salary as your male coworkers? How certain are you? For women, the wage gap is a common concern, for good reason: the average, college-educated woman starts out earning close to what her male peers do, but over a lifetime, the pay gap widens.

Rest in Peace

Execupundit

My home is in Heaven. I'm just traveling through this world. - The Reverend Billy Graham

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Mind the (Wage) Gap

Harvard Business Review

From the Women at Work podcast: Listen and subscribe to our podcast via Apple Podcasts | Google Play | RSS. Download this podcast. Do you earn the same salary as your male coworkers? How certain are you? For women, the wage gap is a common concern, for good reason: the average, college-educated woman starts out earning close to what her male peers do, but over a lifetime, the pay gap widens.

"The Poison We Pick"

Execupundit

Andrew Sullivan on the opioid crisis. An excerpt: More than 2 million Americans are now hooked on some kind of opioid, and drug overdoses — from heroin and fentanyl in particular — claimed more American lives last year than were lost in the entire Vietnam War. Overdose deaths are higher than in the peak year of AIDS and far higher than fatalities from car crashes.

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The U.S. Economy Is Suffering from Low Demand. Higher Wages Would Help

Harvard Business Review

vincent tsui for hbr. A little over a century ago, Henry Ford doubled the minimum pay of his workers to $5 an hour. When other employers followed suit, it became clear that Ford had sparked a chain reaction. Higher pay throughout the industry helped lead to more sales, creating a virtuous cycle of growth and prosperity. Could we be at another Henry Ford moment? Some major companies have announced plans to boost employee pay.

Sexual Harassment Claims Have Fallen Among Young White Women, but Not Older Women or Black Women

Harvard Business Review

rene bohmer/Getty Images. In a moment when high profile cases of sexual harassment in the workplace have received enormous, and warranted, media attention, there’s another important story about about workplace sexual harassment in America that needs to be told: How much it’s fallen, and for whom. In 1997, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the U.S.