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Leadership Lessons from a 19th Century Genius

Leading Blog

W ILLIAM JAMES, one of the great thinkers of the late 19th century and the father of modern American psychology, has much to offer the modern executive.

How to Conquer Negative Self Talk (And Why You Must)

Women on Business

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Three Simple Secrets to Running a Remarkable Meeting

Let's Grow Leaders

“This is so stupid–they asked for my opinion and then ignored it. I don’t know why I even bother! From now on, I’m going to just shut my mouth and do my work.” ” “Arghhh. We keep rehashing the same conversations.

7 Ways We Put a Not Welcome Sign on Our Church

Ron Edmondson

I was running once and saw this sign and the first word that popped in my head was “Closed” Anything which seems exclusive to the people already on the inside makes me as an outsider seem unwelcome. I’m sure that’s not the intent this church has with this sign.

What Kind of Innovator Are You?

Leading Blog

I N EVERYTHING WE DO, we bring with it our personal view of the world. That is both our biggest asset and contribution and our biggest obstacle. We can easily get caught up in trying to make things be the way we think they should be from our perspective. It’s what leads to most of our issues.

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6 Ways To Become A More Positive Leader

Joseph Lalonde

No one like a Debbie Downer leader. By being negative, you’re bringing down everyone else. You don’t want this. It’s not only bad for morale, it’s bad for you. You lose your authority. You lose respect.

Employees Do Care – and How that Helps your Bottom Line

Leading Blog

O FTENTIMES managers and executives push for organizational change and growth, yet their businesses continue to suffer from profit loss, lack of productivity, a decline in employee morale, and frustration. Is it due to employee ineptitude or apathy? Managers sending the wrong message?

12 Sentence Starters that Inspire Courage

Leadership Freak

Any bully can kick someone in the pants. It takes real leadership to inspire. If you encouraged a team member once a week, you’d do it about 50 times a year. Allowing for… Continue reading → Courage Encouragement Motivation Leadership Development organizational success

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Types of Coaching in the Workplace

Women on Business

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Making mistakes okay

Aspire-CS

If there is one thing that employees fear at work, it’s feeling shamed for mistakes they make. There is very little that is worse than feeling the sting of rejection from being called out on slip-ups.

Mentoring Moments and More for Millennials

Great Leadership By Dan

Guest post by Dianna Booher : Millennials drop an employer quicker than they leave a boring party when they see no career-growth opportunities. Career development is the cool calling card––a powerful tease to job seekers you’d like to have join your team. Today’s employees want personalized career plans that fits their goals, dreams, and lifestyle. They expect their individual leaders to show interest in their career and coach them on how to reach their potential. Leaders know all this.

7 Questions that Answer the Ultimate Opportunity of Leadership

Leadership Freak

The easiest thing leaders do is get things done. The hard part is the people. Leaders are ineffective if all they do is get things done. The true focus of leadership: Leaders focus… Continue reading → Leading Personal Growth Growth Leadership Leadership Development

The Best People For The Job vs. The Best Job For The People

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This simple practice will help your teams get more done

Jason Womack

Getting Things Done…it can be challenging while working with your team. Whether you’re a manager, a leader or an individual contributor, you’ve got to be EFFECTIVE and PRODUCTIVE to build a high performing team. One way to do that: Learn. Balance Lectures/Presentations Mentoring Performance

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The One Trait Every Leader MUST Possess

Ron Edmondson

I’ve meditated quite a bit on this question: What is a leader’s most important trait? Is it charisma? Is it intelligence? Is it wisdom? Is it people skills? Well, while I believe there are many traits and qualities a great leader must possess, there’s one that stands out among all others.

The Changing Landscape Of Education And What It Means For Your Organization With Derek Magill

Joseph Lalonde

Answers From Leadership Podcast 44 Derek Magill is a college dropout. But don’t let that make you think Derek doesn’t know what’s going on. Derek realized something during his time in school. He was learning more outside of the classroom.

Top 10 US Cities with the Lowest Gender Pay Gap in 2017

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8 Essential Tracking Strategies You Need To Succeed

Strategy Driven

In the business world, success is everything. You don’t need to have a capitalistic mind to agree: Without success, your business fails. Costs increase, profits fall, and ultimately the business faces bankruptcy.

Defining Healthy in Church Leadership Culture

Ron Edmondson

I remember talking with a young hurting pastor just after he resigned from his church. For several years he had attempted to restore a dying church into a healthy church. The church brought him in with some definite goals they wanted him to achieve. They knew their very existence depended on change.

Leadership Lessons And Quotes From The Dark Tower

Joseph Lalonde

A Reel Leadership Article Stephen King’s epic dark fantasy, horror, and Western book series finally hit the big screen this weekend. The Dark Tower tells the story of a gunslinger, Roland Deschain (Idris Alba), and a young boy named Jake Chambers (Tom Taylor).

5 Characteristics of High Performance Culture

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Everyone Has More Weaknesses Than Strengths

Leadership Freak

Everyone has more weaknesses than strengths. Ignoring this truth makes leaders blind, confused, dangerous, and ineffective. Arrogance whispers, “Your weaknesses aren’t vulnerabilities.” ” One of the most important questions leaders ask is, “What… Continue reading → Strengths weaknesses Leadership Development Organizational Development organizational success

7 Quick Tips for Handling Stress

Ron Edmondson

Stress is all around us. Every day I encountered burned out and stressed out pastors. Regardless of your career, it appears life is more stressful than ever. I would say learning to handle stress may be one of the more important things you can do to lead effectively and long-term.

Three Simple Secrets to Running a Remarkable Meeting

Let's Grow Leaders

“This is so stupid–they asked for my opinion and then ignored it. I don’t know why I even bother! From now on, I’m going to just shut my mouth and do my work.” ” “Arghhh. We keep rehashing the same conversations. Why can’t […]. Results & Execution Winning Well effective meetings great meetings

10 Employee Engagement Ideas That Work

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Little Rocks, Big Rocks, and Life

Lead Change Blog

How fast do you answer emails and texts? Are you known for being responsive to interruptions or quick to weigh in on social media? Do you make it a point to hold time on your calendar every week to read, meet someone new, or just think?

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Why You Should Use A High-Performance Coach.

Rich Gee Group

I’ve been coaching for over 11 years professionally. One question I’m asked at parties and events is: “Why do I need a high-performance coach?” ” Early in my career, I immediately got defensive and tried to convince them that I can impact their life.

Want to Run a More Digitally Savvy Business? Here’s How to Make That Transition

Strategy Driven

Your business is not going to carry on being successful if it gets stuck in a rut. These days more than ever, businesses are expected to be up to date and to move with the times. Right now, that means running companies in more digitally savvy ways.

If You Want Everything Done Right – Delegate!

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Wax on or get off the seesaw

Jesse Lyn Stoner Blog

When the moon grows, it waxes. When it declines, it wanes. Waxing is a good thing. We use it in expressions like, “He waxed eloquently“ or “She waxed lyrical.” ” But what about someone who “waxes on and on” – not so good.

How HR Can Help Managers To Become Better Leaders

Tanveer Naseer

The following is a guest piece by Kelly Barcelos. Hiring employees is a tough job, especially today. Organizations in practically every industry are struggling to attract and retain great talent, especially in senior and executive leadership roles.

How Haters and Supporters Produce the Same Results

Leadership Freak

Compassionate supporters and negative haters often employ similar behaviors that produce the same results. Haters and supporters: Haters gossip and backstab in the shadows. But when it’s time to work on improving someone’s… Continue reading → Criticism Gossip Marks of leaders Personal Growth Taking others higher weaknesses Leadership Development

Are You A Leader Who Can Deal with Others’ Humanity?

ReImagine Work

Wavebreak Media Ltd/BigStockphoto. How you show up in the world matters. You can go along to get along. You can have a public persona or a mask you work from.

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The Missing Domain: Ethical Thinking

Leading in Context

By Linda Fisher Thornton Using the commonly-taught types of thinking is very useful in life, and helps us be better professionals and business people. But there's a catch. Complexity Context Ethical Leader Ethical Organization Ethical Thinking Trends ethical leadership ethical thinking ethics leadership skills thinking context vertical leadership development