Tue.Oct 27, 2020

The Scary Thing About Leadership – Remarkable TV

Kevin Eikenberry

Here’s a fact: Kids LOVE Halloween. Because of the rewards, of course. The candy! And while they are thinking about the sweet treats, they are also thinking about being scared. Now when you think about it, preparing to be a leader is eerily similar.

What’s the Problem? Problem-Solving Lessons-Learned from Moneyball

RapidStart Leadership

"What's the problem?" is the question we should ask before we start looking for solutions, as these clips from the movie 'Moneyball' illustrate beautifully. The post What’s the Problem? Problem-Solving Lessons-Learned from Moneyball appeared first on RapidStart Leadership.

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3 Illusions all Leaders Face and Successful Leaders Defeat

Leadership Freak

“How strange when an illusion dies. It’s as though you’ve lost a child.” Judy Garland #1. Achievement gives the illusion of success. Successful organizations experience daily victories at best. Play always continues tomorrow.… … Continue reading → Humility humility

A Toxic Work Culture is forcing your Best Employees to Quit!

Brigette Hyacinth

Whenever a boss acts like a dictator – shutting down, embarrassing, or firing anyone who dares to challenge the status quo – you’ve got a toxic workplace problem.

Benefits in a Pandemic: What HR Leaders Need to Know

Building a benefits program for a diverse workforce has always been a top priority, but now it’s become both more important and complex with so much change and uncertainty. Download our latest guide that features emerging benefits employees expect in 2021 and beyond.

How to Best Survive A Bad Leader

Lead from Within

If you’re among the many people who find themselves working for a bad leader, take heart. Given a choice, no one would willingly put themselves in that situation. But, as with any circumstance that’s less than ideal, what you get out of it largely depends on what you put into it.

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Why Decency Matters in the C-Suite

CEO Insider

As mentioned in an earlier article, being a decent person while leading others is all about treating people in ways that you would want to be treated should the roles be reversed.

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How to Build Long-Lasting Customer Relationships? (A Step-by-Step Guide)

Strategy Driven

With the advancement of technology, consumer behavior has changed. Today, marketing and winning over customers is not the difficult part. The biggest challenge faced by businesses today is to retain their customers. With every passing day, numerous competitors are popping up in each industry.

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The Right Answer When Clients Think Your Consulting Firm is Too Small

David A Fields

You’re justifiably proud of your consulting firm. Your work is on par with the “big guys.” In fact, you do even better work than the big-name mega firms.

Trying to Lead Those Who Want to Be Led Versus Those Who Want to Be a Leader

Ron Edmondson

There is a huge difference the way you lead someone who wants to be led and how you lead someone who wants to be a leader. I have studied some psychological theory on personality differences and types.

Unlocking AI’s Potential for Social Good

Harvard Business

Three actions policymakers and business leaders can take today. Technology Diversity Economics & Society Demographics Digital Article

How Businesses are Managing the New Reality of Work: A Paycor Survey

We wanted to know how COVID-19 impacted businesses and their workforces. Did they need government funds? How many workers did they layoff or furlough? Are employees working from home now? How’s team morale? And perhaps most importantly, what are their plans for the future? This guide offers a pretty good idea of how business leaders are feeling, what keeps them up at night, and what approaches they’re taking to solve problems. Download the guide to see all the survey results and where your organization might stand comparatively.

#LeadershipTruth — Your Trait is Not Your Fate

Roundtable Talk

If I had a nickel for every time someone described themselves to me as an ENTJ, a fiery Red, a ‘high D’ or some other personality test label, I’d be writing this leadership truth from a beach in the Caribbean. Being self-aware about your traits doesn’t make you an effective leader.

How Those With Power and Privilege Can Help Others Advance

Harvard Business

A conversation with sociologists Tsedale Melaku of CUNY and David Smith of the U.S. Naval War College about allyship in the workplace. Race Difficult conversations Gender Shared value Audio

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What’s Love Got To Do With It?

Lead Change Blog

What’s love got to do with being a great leader? A lot it seems as new research reveals that love is the differentiating quality that distinguishes good from great leaders. But what is love really and how can it make a difference to the way we lead our teams and our businesses? To be clear we are not talking about romantic or sexual love here, but rather love displayed as caring, nurturing, tenderness, and devotion.

Give Your Remote Team Unstructured Time for Collaboration

Harvard Business

Three lessons from a pioneer in virtual management. Managing people Collaboration Motivating people Digital Article

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COVID & the Future of Work: Insights from Paycor’s C-Suite

In Paycor’s newest report, our Chief Executive and Group Leaders consider how your clients will recruit, manage their workforce, optimize benefits, and foster employee experience in the new normal of 2020 and beyond. For actionable insights and tips download and share our guide with your clients!

How the Best Leaders Answer “What Are We Here for?”

Harvard Business

Finding meaning isn’t a top-down endeavor. Economics & Society Leadership Crisis management Motivating people Digital Article

4 Ways Men Can Support Their Female Colleagues — Remotely

Harvard Business

Allyship looks different over Zoom — but it’s more important than ever. Gender Leadership Communication Digital Article

Growing a Manufacturing Company with a Social Mission

Harvard Business

How Nehemiah Manufacturing turned a social mission to hire convicted felons into a competitive advantage. Social responsibility Hiring Talent management Audio