December, 2016

3 Ways Women Entrepreneurs Can Close the Gender Gap in 2017

Women on Business

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4 UGLY Conversations to With Your Team Before Year End

Let's Grow Leaders

The second half of December is a great time for recognition, celebration, white elephant gifts and other fun. Yes, yes, please do all that, but don’t stop there. The best holiday gift you can give your team is to “own the ugly.”

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Trying not to Lose is Different than Trying to Win

Great Leadership By Dan

Guest post from Michael G. Winston: Today’s winning leader is not just here to weather the storm; they are here to completely change the game.

The Best Leadership Books of 2016

Leading Blog

O NCE AGAIN we see that despite our rhetoric, what we are is reflected in our leaders and leadership. Actions have consequences and continuity of character matters. We need to be “urgently” reflective because too often by the time we find out it’s broken, it’s been broken for a very long time.

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7 of the Most Frustrating Things Pastors Experience

Ron Edmondson

This post, and the opposite one before it, ( 7 of the Most Exciting Things Pastors Experience ) actually began when I received this question on my blog. Ron – What do you think are some of the most frustrating things pastors experience? Great question.

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Spin vs. Sorry: How to Mess Up Well & Become Authentic

Great Leadership By Dan

Guest post from Bill Munn: “It was my mistake. I’m sorry. Please forgive me." It’s important to get these phrases written down, before they become obsolete. For a few decades now, the popularity of “spin,” with its tempting save-face claims, has elbowed out the use of a simple, honest apology.

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How to Matter: The 5 Key Ways Companies Win

Leading Blog

I N TODAY'S ECONOMY of volatility and velocity, the lifespan of a Fortune 500 company has plummeted from an average 50 years to a mere fifteen. When constant disruption is the new normal, how do companies succeed? They find a way to matter.

5 Questions to Help You Resolve Your Conflict

Let's Grow Leaders

We’d both been looking forward to it–our first Thanksgiving together. We’d each been the primary holiday cooks in our previous marriage, which can feel lonely and overwhelming at times. But not this year. Now we had each other.

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3 Secrets to Giving Corrective Feedback with Ease and Confidence

Leadership Freak

Every time you shoot yourself in the foot, you do it with good intentions. Someone needs to say, “If you do that again, you’re going to shoot the other foot.” Corrective feedback enables… Continue reading → Feedback

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4 Morning Habits that Will Increase Your Happiness and Productivity

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7 Tips to Read the Bible Through in One Year

Ron Edmondson

Are you up for a challenge? How about reading the Bible through this coming new year? I’ve heard so many people who would love to read the Bible through in a year, but never completed the task.

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Ask Not What Your Habit Can Do for You, but What Your Habit Can Do for Others

Great Leadership By Dan

Guest post from Michael Bungay Stanier: For those in a leadership role, the responsibility to lead and direct employees falls to you. Let’s assume that your employees respect you, like you and feel that you’re leading them down a good path. You work hard and your workplace runs smoothly.

The Difference Between Good and Great Leadership

Lead Change Blog

Goodness isn’t really celebrated. Only greatness is. Great leaders aren’t just better at being good leaders. They’re in a class apart. To watch them work can be awe inspiring.

5 Things To Do Before You Leave the Office

Jason Womack

Do you leave the office in a frenzy? How you finish the workday is SO important. It sets your mood for the rest of your evening; it impacts your personal relationships, your overall satisfaction, and your quality of sleep. Plus, Efficiency/Effectiveness MITs - Most Important Things Performance

5 Ways to Become the Leader People Look To When it Counts

Leadership Freak

Unrealistic kindness and untempered helpfulness result in unreliability. A reliable average leader is more valuable than unreliable top talent. Reliability validates your value. The good news is, reliability doesn’t take talent. Reliability… Continue reading → Personal Growth Success Growth Leadership Development

Marketing Dollars Wisely Spent

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18 Leadership Lessons And Quotes From Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Joseph Lalonde

A Reel Leadership Post With Disney’s $4 billion acquisition of the Star Wars license in October of 2012, a lot of things have changed. One of those changes is that new movies based in the Star Wars universe are rolling out on a regular basis.

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Hopping Over the Rabbit Hole

Leading Blog

S O MUCH OF SUCCESSFUL ENTREPRENEURSHIP is learning to lead yourself. It requires some luck, but more than anything it means always pressing forward and a good dose of creativity especially when things don’t look good.

10 Prayers Every Wife Should Pray for Her Husband

Ron Edmondson

Dear Lord, Please help him to learn and manage healthy balance – between work, family, and play. Allow him to know his full potential and how much his family believes in him. Give him confidence in his God-given abilities.

Leadership Secrets of Buddy the Elf

RapidStart Leadership

Spoiler Alert – There’s a happy ending. Even if you haven’t seen the movie “ Elf ,” you kind of know that’s how things will turn out. And since the movie stars Will Ferrell, you know you can count on plenty to laugh about along the way to that happy ending.

12 Ways Servant Leaders Serve Others so Others are Free to Serve Others

Leadership Freak

Servant-leadership turns reciprocity outward. Reciprocity represents a shrinking circle of mutual benefit. “You scratch my back and I’ll scratch yours.” ” Servant leaders serve others so others are free to serve others. The normal rules… Continue reading → Servant-leadership Leadership Development

Imbalance Can Work: Stop Stressing About Work-Life Balance

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Reach For Greatness: The 12 Steps To The Leadership Summit

Terry Starbucker

I’ve been fortunate enough over the course of my 34-year career to have arrived at what I call the leadership summit – a high place of great business success and personal satisfaction, and a fulfilling culmination of years of effort, determination, and dedication.

Frontline Festival: Leaders Share How They and Their Team are Preparing for the New Year

Let's Grow Leaders

Welcome back to the Let’s Grow Leaders Frontline Festival. This month’s festival is all about preparing for 2017. Thanks to Joy and Tom Guthrie of Vizwerx Group for the great pic and to all our contributors! Next month’s Frontline Festival is all about goal setting.

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Choose To Serve

Joseph Lalonde

The ethos behind leadership has changed drastically in the last 10-15 years. We’ve seen leadership become more self-centered and me-driven. Leadership has slowly drifted away from helping others to helping the leader. This trend has been disastrous for organizations.

Don’t Just Lead – Guide!

Great Leadership By Dan

Guest post from Chris Maxwell: I’ve always been a fan of adventure stories, and some of the most engaging of these are about great mountaineers and the triumphs and tragedies they have experienced.

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Behaviors that May Seem Inconsistent with Servant Leadership

Leadership Freak

Servant leaders aren’t pussy cats, doormats, or spineless wonders. You have the wrong idea if servant leadership makes you think of picking daisies while holding hands. Servant leaders hunger for success. They don’t… Continue reading → Servant-leadership Leadership Development

The Unspoken Rules of a Handshake that You Should Know

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How a Consultant Can Fit Into Your Culture

Strategy Driven

Great consultants don’t necessarily want to spend a lot of time talking about theory or generalities, they would rather roll up their sleeves and get into the mix to help you address your project needs and challenges now.

9 Ways to Strengthen Your Personal Brand

Let's Grow Leaders

If you Google you, do you like who shows up? Do you feel like you’ve got a powerful message to share, but without the right positioning, find yourself talking to the metaphorical mute button? Are you having trouble outgrowing an outdated reputation at work?

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Touchpoints for Leaders with Doug Conant

Kevin Eikenberry

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Five Personal Reflection Questions to Evaluate Your Year and Start the New Year Right

Ron Edmondson

I’m a reflective person. This time of year, when we start to see all the “best of” reflections online and in the news, I like to do my own personal reflection. How was the year? What can we learn from it? How can I do better next year? I think its a great exercise.

How to See the Bad and Pursue the Good

Leadership Freak

Confronting things you don’t like is part of leadership. Whining and complaining is not. It takes real leadership to see the bad and pursue the good. If you aren’t careful, you become a spiraling… Continue reading → Encouragement Marks of leaders Passion Questions Leadership Development organizational success

Top 100 Small Business Blogs on the Web Ranking Includes Women on Business

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