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Top 5 Secrets All Real Estate Investors Should Know

Women on Business

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8 Principles of Collaborative Leadership

Jesse Lyn Stoner Blog

Anyone can be collaborative leader — no matter whether you are the president, a mid-level manager or a front-line supervisor… no matter whether you are in government, a large corporation, a small business, or a non-profit.

How To Build (and Sustain) A Culture Of Accountability

Terry Starbucker

My More Human Leadership philosophy and practice is guided by 8 core principles , and if they are followed and practiced well, a leader can achieve what I call the “ success trifecta ” – a great company, happy employees, and a fulfilled leader.

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7 Suggestions to Have the Best Christmas Ever

Ron Edmondson

It’s Christmas time again. Seems to come every year about this time. The most wonderful time of the year. There’ll be parties for hosting. Marshmallows for toasting. And caroling out in the snow. There’ll be scary ghost stories. And tales of the glories.

4 Tips for Women Who are Trying to Balance Home and Work Life

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5 Tips for Women to Stay Safe During Business Travel

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Seven Ways to be Thankful Like a Leader

Leadership Freak

Gratitude dies when you think it but don’t say it. Problems and pressure suck gratitude out of your soul. But the practice of aspirational gratitude elevates you and energizes the people around you.… … Continue reading → Gratitude Leadership Development

Leadership Lessons And Quotes From Olaf’s Frozen Adventure

Joseph Lalonde

A Reel Leadership Article Olaf’s Frozen Adventure is a Pixar short shown before the Pixar film Coco ( Leadership lessons from Coco ).

How Should Leaders Address Challenge Of Low Performers?

Tanveer Naseer

The following is a guest piece by Terri Williams. A chain is only as strong as its weakest link, and a company is only as strong as its lowest-performing employees.

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6 Leaflet Design Tips You Need to Know Right Now

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How to Make a Personal Plan for 2018

Leadership Freak

A good plan is like new shoes. You’re excited to have them but they’re uncomfortable. Safe plans waste time, energy, and talent. Good plans disrupt. Real plans disturb the status quo. How… Continue reading → Failure Values mission & vision Growth Leadership Development

5 Top Leadership Articles for the Week of November 27, 2017

Let's Grow Leaders

Each week I read leadership articles from various online resources and share them across social media. Here are the five leadership articles readers found most valuable last week. Click on the title of the article to read the full text. I have […]. Authenticity & Transparency Top Leadership Articles adversity employee engagement entrepreneurs gifts inspiration leadership management motivation peer pressure

4 Amazingly Effective SEO Strategies for Content Marketing

Strategy Driven

When it comes to generating web traffic and online brand awareness, few methods are more effective in the long-term than search engine optimization (SEO), which is simply the practice of optimizing your website and marketing efforts to facilitate higher rankings in the search engines.

4 Reasons Why Your Corporate Video May Fail

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How to Start the Week Like a Leader

Leadership Freak

Everything goes dark if you leave organizational culture to chance. You’re responsible for the way it feels to be on your team. Purpose: Purpose expands the world. Yes, you want to make a… Continue reading → Culture Encouragement Personal Growth Purpose Success Leadership Development leadership success organizational success

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5 Ways to Differentiate Your Performance in the New Year

Let's Grow Leaders

“But I exceeded all my objectives. Why am I not rating ‘leading?’ ’ ” It’s a frustrating conversation no matter which side of the desk you’re on. The truth is, in most companies, meeting or exceeding your objectives is not enough to stand […]. Career & Learning Results & Execution Winning Well business results career development

Fear Cannot Win

Joseph Lalonde

Have you ever been scared? Really scared? I remember growing up and having intense bouts of fear. One of those fears was the belief I was going to be left behind in the Rapture (the Biblical kind). The fear crept in whenever I would return home and find the house empty.

3 Eye-Catching Ways to Use Roller Banners in Your Office

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Turkey’s Revenge: I Bought a Bone Turkey for Thanksgiving

Leadership Freak

Friends and food mean a lot when you don’t have much. We were poor college students, over 1,600 miles from home, when we celebrated our first Thanksgiving as husband and wife. Holidays… Continue reading → Humility Mistakes Leadership Development

Sexual Harassment: The Second Most Troubling Part of All These Revelations

Let's Grow Leaders

The most troubling part of the recent sexual harassment revelations is that they happened. We are deeply saddened by the constant parade of allegations and the deep pain being surfaced and resurfaced for so many. No one should feel threatened or demeaned […]. Authenticity & Transparency Communication Winning Well Matt Lauer sexual harassment trust in the workplace

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The Power of Passion – Remarkable TV

Kevin Eikenberry

Today’s leadership lesson comes from an unlikely place. I wasn’t expecting a lesson here but I found it all the same. I’m talking about passion and how our passion can help us to be better leaders and better human beings. Tweet it out: Remarkable leaders are passionate leaders. KevinEikenberry From This Episode: Send us your […]. The post The Power of Passion – Remarkable TV appeared first on Kevin Eikenberry on Leadership & Learning.

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What’s Your Style?

Lead Change Blog

Expanding Leadership Effectiveness with Learning Styles. In How You Learn Is How You Live: Using Nine Ways of Learning to Transform Your Life, we identify nine approaches to learning and life.

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Are You the Captain of the Titanic

Leadership Freak

Disconnected leaders are captains on the Titanic. Comfortable disconnection in the present signals failure in the future. Isolation may feel comfortable – especially in difficult situations – but it sinks leaders and organizations. … Continue reading → Communication Listening Marks of leaders Mistakes leadership success organizational success

5 Things that Matter Most in Leadership & Life

Marshall Goldsmith

Edited from Lifestorming by Marshall Goldsmith and Alan Weiss. The evolutionary journey is not grandiose, but gradual. It’s about doing something—even small things—every day, not waiting for huge leaps and otherwise doing nothing. Children evolve very quickly. Why should we be different as adults?

Maximize Professionalism in the Workplace with These 5 Office Items

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Find the Fire. Again

Leading Blog

T HERE WAS A TIME when you felt inspired. Like you could take on the world? But somewhere along the way, things changed. What happened? In Find the Fire , author Scott Mautz says what happens is that we lose control of the process.

Selling Your Products: DIY Or Distributors?

Strategy Driven

When you manufacture a product that you are proud of, the goal of your business is to get that product into the hands of as many people as possible. There are two primary options for this: DIY Selling. As a DIY seller, you will be responsible for: Selling the product for yourself.

4 Ways to Manage through Turbulent Times

Marshall Goldsmith

[Edited from Lifestorming by Marshall Goldsmith and Alan Weiss]. In 1980, Peter Drucker wrote a cutting-edge book called Managing in Turbulent Times. Today, turbulent times are the norm, so we might as well get used to them and get better at dealing with them.

One Simple, But HUGE Way to Better Empower a Team

Ron Edmondson

Leader, let me share one of the best things you can do to better empower your team. And, in full disclosure, I’m the worst at this, but it’s something I continually strive to do better. You want to fully empower your team? Here’s what you do: Release them from responsibility.

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The One Question for 2018

Leadership Freak

Your personal plan for 2018 begins with: Exploring ROE (Return on Energy). What jazzed you up in 2017? Exposing things that didn’t work. What sucked the life out of you in 2017? Forgetting about… Continue reading → Success Decisions

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4 areas of your business that you can improve

Strategy Driven

As an entrepreneur, you should always be on the lookout for new ways to push yourself. This is the only way that you, and your business, will be able to thrive in a competitive market. You need to make sure that you are constantly evaluating your options and evolving your entrepreneurial model.

Arc is Electrifying Green Building

Chart Your Course

Next week will be a year since the launch of Arc. Already approaching a Billion square of projects not only in the United States but also from India to Sweden and Israel to Bhutan, if you are not familiar with the Arc platform, that helps a building owner measure performance and benchmark against others, you are missing out on what is transmogrifying the built environment. I had an opportunity just days ago to talk with Scot Horst. Scot serves as the CEO of Arc Skoru Inc.,

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A Leadership Shopping List

Kevin Eikenberry

When I look back on the Christmases of my kidhood, I have lots of fond memories. I remember when I got my Hot Wheels track, all shiny and orange (the loop-to-loop was amazing). I remember when I got my rock tumbler that I wanted so badly (but barely used).

4 Tips for Navigating Adversity and Change

Marshall Goldsmith

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