September, 2010

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Humility and Leadership | N2Growth Blog

N2Growth Blog

By Mike Myatt, Chief Strategy Officer, N2growth News Flash – the phrase humble leadership is not an oxymoron. While many people immediately conjure-u

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Why “Brains on Fire” is a Must-Read for Marketers

C-Level Strategies

I'ma raving fan of the Brains on Fire movement.

Ten Decisions Leaders Make Everyday

Kevin Eikenberry

In the course of your day as a leader you are faced with many decisions. Some come in emails, some in inquiries, and some in meetings.

Feedback: The Whole Truth (Almost)


Most good leaders appreciate feedback. Many believe that when they request feedback from their

I vs. We for Leaders

Modern Servant Leader


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How to Deal with a Complacent Person

Kevin Eikenberry

Leaders sometimes have to deal with complacent people – those people who are seemingly happy with their current position or status or job performance.

Group Problem Solving - Give People a Chance to Talk | Guy Harris.

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Leadership Quotes for Servant Leaders

Modern Servant Leader

Rising to power in business

Tony Mayo

The Economist offers a fascinating summary of the new book by Stanford's Jeffrey Pfeffer, Power: Why Some People Have It and Others Don't.

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The Problem With Coaching | N2Growth Blog

N2Growth Blog

By Mike Myatt, Chief Strategy Officer, N2growth Today's rant has been building inside me for a while now.

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Your Voice of Encouragement: The Role of Personal Strengths in.

Your Voice of Encouragement

Having strong people skills is absolutely critical to being an effective leader.

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Leadership, Listening and Love

Kevin Eikenberry

The connection between leadership, listening and love

Communication Tips - Using the DISC Model to Write Better Emails.

The Recovering Engineer

A quick tip for how to apply knowledge of the DISC model to email and other written communication

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We've got leaders. What we need is leadership | Three Star Leadership Blog (@WallyBock) []

Weekly Leader

Love this post by my friend and @WeeklyLeader teammate Wally Bock on leadership, management and supervision. leadership management supervision wallybock

More on Tolerance - The Rewards of Diversity

Building Personal Strength

Tolerance isn’t always so easy. Humanity is diverse. When someone doesn’t think like you or act like you, it can be hard to communicate and connect.

Orrin Woodward Leadership Team :: Creating a Winning Culture Current

Orrin Woodward

What is the culture current you ask? By calling the same play and having

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Habits Take Time to Ingrain - for Leaders and Everyone Else

Your Voice of Encouragement

There's a reason why athletes spend hours and hours practicing to improve just one small element of their game.

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Author Chris Brady's Leadership Blog: Rascal Book Released

Chris Brady

Being a Rascal is a spirit of willfulness and strength, a dynamic force that

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Fulfilling Employee Needs – Ten Critical Issues for Leaders to.

The Recovering Engineer

10 needs leaders should think about fulfilling for employees

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How to Recognize (and Cure) Your Own Hubris

Weekly Leader

Confidence is an attribute that every leader needs to embrace and to foster in others. But when confidence goes too far, it can become hubris.

Leadership Fable - The Goose That Laid the Golden Egg

Building Personal Strength

Do you remember Aesop's fable about the goose that laid the golden eggs? It goes like this. Moral: Greed destroys the source of good. Post by Dennis E.

Orrin Woodward Leadership Team :: Free Enterprise & Economism.

Orrin Woodward

Government and private coercion are held

Listening: The First Step of Encouragement

Your Voice of Encouragement

When you see that someone is discouraged or upset, you may be tempted to dispense advice or try to solve their problem.

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Making Your Holiday Weekend More Valuable

Kevin Eikenberry

In The US and Canada we are about to begin a three day holiday weekend. The ideas that follow apply to any three day weekend, in any country during

Culture Trumps Strategy – Not | N2Growth Blog

N2Growth Blog

By Mike Myatt, Chief Strategy Officer, N2growth Does culture trump strategy? I think not, and I'll explain why.

For The Love Of Culture

What Do You Want From Them

We were ordering a feast at an eatery on Lesbos , a Greek island in the Aegean Sea. My husband quite frequently reminds me that this is not the case.

Leadership Lesson - Showing Up for Work Is NOT the Goal

Building Personal Strength

Sheila had a “problem boss.” He never affirmed or praised the good things she did. Not only did he have poor people skills, he micro-managed.

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Orrin Woodward Leadership Team :: Restoring the American Dream by.

Orrin Woodward

The American Dream, the yearning for freedom inside of all Americans, no matter what race, creed or color, has lost its luster in recent years.

Why People Often Don't Give Their Best Effort at Work

Your Voice of Encouragement

I once worked for a boss who brought out my strengths. At the time, I didn't analyze what was behind my strong motivation

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Leadership is a Gift. Four Signs You're Worthy | C-Level.

C-Level Strategies

The ability to lead is a rare gift. The opportunity to lead is just as precious. Here are four key indicators that leaders are worthy of these gifts

Summarizing the fallacy of individual leadership

Managing Leadership

We’ve covered a lot of ground over the past several years in these pages. We’ve talked about everything from free-market capitalism to history – even physics. In due course we will talk more about what leadership in an organization really is, and how to manage it. It encourages personal ties which rise to the level of cultishness.

Management Enthusiast

What Do You Want From Them

Geez, if I met someone at the grocery store and he or she told me, "Im a management enthusiast, I would give that person a very funny look.

People Skills Are More Than Leader Skills - They're Life Skills

Building Personal Strength

It is an interesting fact that most of the skills that make a manager a leader - the people skills - are really life skills. s a long list.

Orrin Woodward Leadership Team :: Marriage - The Leadership Team.

Orrin Woodward

I do not claim to have all the answers, nor even most of the answers