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5 Proven Steps for Sparking Insane Brand Love

Women on Business

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7 Of My Favorite Compliments I Receive as a Pastor

Ron Edmondson

Everyone loves compliments – me included. I received a compliment recently from someone who met me for the first time and it was so encouraging. I met some visitors in the hall at church one Sunday.

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18 Leadership Lessons And Quotes From Hidden Figures

Joseph Lalonde

A Reel Leadership Article Hidden Figures is Disney’s latest release telling the story of a team of African-American women who helped NASA send astronaut John Glenn into outer space and return safely.

The Secret Ingredient for Extraordinary Leadership

Lead Change Blog

Do you (or your organization) use the vending machine approach to leadership? That approach is when someone asks the boss a question (inserting the coins) and out pops (like the candy bar, soda, or bag of chips) the correct answer. Fitting the mold.

Digital Transformation Or Digital Free Fall: What Every CEO Must Know

N2Growth Blog

Every organization occupies a unique place on the spectrum of digital transformation. Whether they have an accurate perception or understanding of what that means to their business is the bigger concern.

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How To Find True Success With Michael Teoh – Answers From Leadership Podcast Episode 29

Joseph Lalonde

The Answers From Leadership Podcast The guest for episode 29 of the Answers From Leadership podcast is Michael Teoh. Michael is a global speaker, consultant, and trainer whose passion is geared towards developing the human potential for success. Michael founded Thriving Talents Pte.

Remote Workers Really are Happier than Office Employees – Infographic

Women on Business

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Don’t just set SMART goals, set the RIGHT goals

Jesse Lyn Stoner Blog

Goal setting is powerful. Research shows you are likely to perform at a higher level if you set SMART goals. But how do you know what are the right goals to set? Goals are milestones that mark the way on your journey. If you set the wrong goals, you will get sidetracked.

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5 Positions Companies Need To Navigate Digital Transformation

N2Growth Blog

“The last 10 years have been about building a world that is mobile-first. In the next 10 years, we will shift to a world that is AI-first.”, Sundar Pichai, Google CEO, October 2016.

Book Reports on Steroids

Kevin Eikenberry

When you read the two words “book report”, it might take you back to school, in front of your fellow students, with your knees knocking, scared stiff and trying to remember the title of the book and hoping you can survive until the teacher tells you you can sit down.

Shoe Dog: How to Succeed in Business with a Little Luck

Leading Blog

P HIL KNIGHT'S memoir about creating Nike, Shoe Dog , covers the time from his “Crazy Idea” to going public in 1980. It is a down-to-earth account of the sacrifices and struggles, failures and successes of what it takes to succeed in business.

3 Ways to Rock Your Role in the New Year

Let's Grow Leaders

Carol was visibly shaken on the other end of the phone. Karin, you know that new job I got, well I lost it. I mean, it’s not really my fault, the contract they had anticipated didn’t come through. I get it.

The Difference in Popularity and Trust in Leading People

Ron Edmondson

It's important to know. In leadership, its important to know the difference in popularity and trust. I’ve seen leaders – whether pastors, politicians or in business – try to take people places, even worthy places, and believe people would follow because they are popular as a leader.

Why Leaders Need To Be Dependable

Joseph Lalonde

There’s always one quality leaders are looking for in their followers. More than their knowledge and skills, leaders want their team members to be dependable. They want people who will show up. On time. Where they’re needed. But what about the leader themselves? Can they be counted on?

How to Complain Like a Leader

Leadership Freak

Habitual complainers stink like babies with dirty diapers. But everyone who brings up difficult issues, problems, and concerns isn’t an energy sucking complainer. 3 types of complainers: #1. Complainers who excuse their complaining… Continue reading → Accountability Personal Growth Solutions Success Communication Leadership Development organizational success

Continuing the Mission – Leadership Drives Culture During Transition

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7 Ways to Deliver Constructive Criticism

Ron Edmondson

Which Actually Gets Heard. There are times where someone needs to offer constructive criticism. In fact, the best leaders and the best organizations are made better by learning to receive, process and respond to criticism.

January 2017 Leadership Development Carnival

Lead Change Blog

Welcome to the January 2017 edition of the Leadership Development Carnival! One of the components of the Lead Change Group that I most appreciate is its spirit of supportiveness. There are so many areas of our lives where we can feel isolated, personally and professionally.

3 Must-Haves for Every Great Team Member

Leadership Freak

Success is always about people. The stronger your team, the higher your reach. #1. Only hire curious people. Dolts and divots don’t ask questions. It doesn’t matter how smart they appear to be. An hour with a person who doesn’t ask questions is an hour with a toothache. People who are committed to the pursuit … … Continue reading → Feedback Success Teams Growth Leadership Development organizational success

Be Your Word for 2017: Introducing #ProjectImpeccable2017

Anese Cavanaugh

Earlier this year in the midst of a rather intense period of time personally and professionally I started looking for "short cuts" and "hacks" to help me be more productive, more clear, more efficient, more better, more me. Self-Awareness Events

3 Techniques to Help You Master Even the Toughest Q&A


We all get ‘em. Difficult questions. Being prepared, and practicing three tried-and-true techniques can help you field with ease that challenging employee question (or the reporter who’s looking for a compelling angle). Leadership Effectiveness & Planning

2 Self-Leadership Hacks for Positivity

Lead Change Blog

While on vacation I was reminded of the power of positivity. During lunch, my wife and I couldn’t help but notice a particular waitress who bounced from table to table, serving her customers with a smile and a side of joy. We watched as she delivered a child’s sandwich in a sing-songy voice.

93% of Successful Companies Abandon Their Original Strategy

Leadership Freak

I spent an hour discussing strategy with a group of 24 leaders. What I know is that the best ideas are yet to emerge. If you succeed, you most will likely let go… Continue reading → Humility Leading Leadership Development organizational success

Don’t Let Your Work Speak for Itself: 3 Ways to Increase Your Visibility

Career Advancement

“Setting goals is the first step in turning the invisible into the visible.”. Anthony Robbins~. Anne asks: The people I work with on a daily basis appreciate the work I produce. But I’m having trouble expanding my reputation for high-quality work beyond them.

Building Relationships Across Cultures In Today’s World

Tanveer Naseer

The following is a guest piece by Michael Landers. The power and importance of building relationships with others is something that’s seems to be universally understood by people from all cultures.

How to Improve Trust With One Word

Lead Change Blog

If you have ever visited a new doctor, dentist or other medical professional, you might find yourself in the exam room wondering: Will they respect me or talk down to me? Will we have enough time or will they seem hurried? Will we have the same values? I’m thinking about a recent experience.

10 Ways to Identify and Maximize Your Champions

Leadership Freak

There’s a champion connected to every significant achievement. The trouble with corporate teams is they feel too little. Great ideas apart from passionate champions never soar. What ignites fire in your heart? Do that.… … Continue reading → Marks of leaders Motivation Passion Leadership Development organizational success

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5 Ways to Say No at Work – Infographic

Women on Business

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Dealing in Hope

Nathan Magnuson

Napoleon Bonaparte claimed, “A leader is a dealer in hope.” ” Hope is a strangely human enigma. It can’t be handled but it can be shared. It can’t create anything on its own but it can pave the way for new accomplishments.

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How Team Leaders Can Avoid a Carrot Cake Incident

Lead Change Blog

My wife went to get a piece of carrot cake for my brother on Fathers’ Day. We had visited Aspens, the steak house she went to, a number of times over the last few years. Their carrot cake was excellent. She arrived just after four o’clock. The doors were open.

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5 Ways to Achieve Remarkable Results by Making the Big Ask

Leadership Freak

You limit the potential of your team if you can’t ask them to take on big challenges. Ask people to do a lot if you expect them to achieve a lot. Ask people to… Continue reading → Leading

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Herding Your Thoughts

Kevin Eikenberry

It’s not the most common comparison, but believe it or not, your thoughts and sheep herders have a few things in common. Don’t believe me? Check out the video below! Tweet it out: Be attentive to your thoughts, because they predict your future.

The Pitfalls of Making Change Mandatory – and What to Do Instead

Change Starts Here

Once upon a time, a new client shared his vision for a change that he was responsible for implementing, but which would require significant work by other people in the organization to get it done. His approach was to convince a senior leader to make the goal and the path to achieving it mandatory.

How to accelerate your journey to success

Lead on Purpose

One of the key objectives of Lead on Purpose is to provide ideas and motivation to my readers to help you improve your success, regardless of your area(s) of focus. When I find things that help, I share them. What … Continue reading → Knowledge Learning Purpose action commit courage discipline focus motivation persist results success