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Get Curious! How to Overcome Adversity with Two Simple Words

RapidStart Leadership

There's no shortage of ways our plans can run off the rails; one sure way to get them back on track can be summed up in two words: Get Curious. Here's how it works. The post Get Curious! How to Overcome Adversity with Two Simple Words appeared first on RapidStart Leadership.

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Performance Review: How to respond to frustrating or lazy performance feedback

Let's Grow Leaders

Speak Up to Get Better Feedback in Your Next Performance Review. A few years ago, I wrote “Avoid These Infuriating Phrases in End-of-Year Feedback” to encourage managers to stop making stupid comments when giving a performance review.

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Quotes And Leadership Lessons From Blade Of The 47 Ronin

Joseph Lalonde

A Reel Leadership Article My latest book, Reel Leadership, is now available on Amazon. If you love movies and leadership, you will love this book. Blade Of The 47 Ronin is a sequel to the 2013 Keanu Reeves film 47 Ronin. The new movie takes place 300 years after 47 Ronin.

Revealing the Value Often Overlooked in Executive Recruiting – A Look Into the Executive Search Process

N2Growth Blog

To compete as a world-class company, world-class executive leadership is required. And while finding this elite leadership who will take your organization to its desired future state is critical, top-tier candidates probably aren’t going to walk through the front door.

Employee Open Enrollment Letter Template

When it comes to benefits, communication is critical. To help you easily explain your offerings at open enrollment, Paycor created an open enrollment sample letter (and a few tips). Download this free Employee Open Enrollment Letter Template today.

12 Power Questions that Set a Positive Tone for Meetings

Leadership Freak

A negative tone treats people like tools and results like gods. Positive energy fuels performance. Skillful leaders set a positive tone. Negative energy feels like swamp-walking.

What’s one piece of career advice you wish you had learned sooner?

Let's Grow Leaders

Career advice you wish you had learned sooner. On this week’s episode of Asking for a Friend, I interviewed Kathryn Heath and Brenda Wensil , authors of I Wish I’d Known This , about the career advice they have after years of professional coaching. . .

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Do I Have to Like My Teammates?

Kevin Eikenberry

No one works on an island. Even if you do literally work on an island, you don’t work alone – you still have colleagues and teammates. The question I am often asked is “Do I have to like my teammates?” Have to? Probably not.

Anyone Can Learn to Lead

Leadership Freak

Stop saying, “I’m just not good at that.” If you aren’t good at leadership, learn to lead. Don’t cower behind, “I’m not wired that way.” Learn to lead from the genetic platform you… Continue reading → Leadership Development Leading Growth taking responsibility

Standing Still

Let's Grow Leaders

What does it feel like to move at 58,000 miles per hour? Well, it turns out we all know the answer and that even when we’re standing still, so much more is happening than what meets the eye. Hey, it’s David, and you’re listening to Leadership Without Losing Your Soul.

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4 Websites That Will Help You Land A Podcast Interview

Joseph Lalonde

Reaching out to podcast hosts can be a difficult task. You may have reached out to the host at one point but never heard back. Worse, you may not even know who to reach out to. The good news is that plenty of websites will help you share your message with the world.

10 Ways to Keep Your Hourly Employees

Getting and keeping hourly workers is no longer as simple as offering them more cash. Employees have options. But this guide from Paycor will help you put your best foot forward to recruit, retain, and develop hourly workers so you can remain competitive.

Non-Violence and the Greater Good (Part 1)

Leading in Context

By Linda Fisher Thornton When we lead for the greater good, we leave a positive legacy for future generations. At this highest level of ethical leadership, we ensure quality of life and opportunities for others we may never meet, well into the future. We intentionally create a better world. Complexity Ethical Decision Making Ethical Leader Ethical Leadership Development Ethical Thinking Purpose and Meaning 7 Lenses ethical thinking ethics Leadership

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3 Surprising Secrets to Self-Management

Leadership Freak

Time pressure is more pervasive than Covid. Your schedule reflects your life. The person who can’t manage time can’t manage life. When you hate your schedule, you hate life. Time management is self-management.…

Don’t Be Selfish with Gratitude – Remarkable TV

Kevin Eikenberry

Think of a time when you were truly grateful, almost overwhelmed with gratitude. And think about how it feels when you’re in that moment. It certainly feels powerful, but it also feels personal.

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Why Management Hates A WFH/Hybrid Culture.

Rich Gee Group

No time to read? Listen here. (5 5 min). We’ve seen a rash of companies require their employees to come back to the office — gradually by moving up the requirement one day at a time or all at once by setting a deadline for return. And they’re getting massive pushback.

7 Ways To Avoid Today's HR Compliance Risks

With remote work on the rise, salary history bans in effect, and Fair Workweek laws passed, HR compliance has become more challenging. Discover the 7 most prominent HR compliance hurdles of today, and learn how to avoid them detailed in Paycor’s recent guide!

Inflation vs. Recession. The Fee Trap for Consulting Firms

David A Fields

Oh wow, you’re a contestant on the new game show, Set Your Fees! Let’s listen in on the cheesy announcer. He seems to be giving you a choice of three doors.… “Door #1 is sponsored by Recession. Faced with uncertain revenues and reluctant prospects?

12 Things Self-Confident People Do that Insecure People Avoid

Leadership Freak

A person who isn’t self-confident makes more work for others. Everyone needs encouragement. Self-doubters need more. Self-confident people dare to face problems on their own.

6 Ways to Make Real Estate Your Secondary Income Stream

Strategy Driven

Are you looking for ways to make more money? If so, real estate may be a great option for you! Investing in real estate can be a great way to create passive income, and there are many different ways to do it.

Putting People First for Meaningful Innovation

CEO Insider

The secret to a truly great organization is the values and beliefs that exist at its core.

The HR Playbook: How to Decrease Costs & Increase Engagement

Learn how to reduce costs while simultaneously increasing employee morale.

10 Effective Ways To Encourage Your Employees To Speak Up

Lolly Daskal

A recent study showed that only 1 percent of employees feel comfortable voicing concerns in their workplace. But knowledgeable team members who feel empowered to speak freely are one of the best sources of feedback you can find.

Innovation: The Power of People in Love with People

Leadership Freak

Innovation is about technology, product features, and profitability. You don’t hear innovators talking about love, empathy, and generosity. That’s where PepsiCo’s Chief Design Officer (CDO) comes in. Mauro Porcini says innovation is an… Continue reading → Leading

Future Proof Your Finances With These Tips

Strategy Driven

When you are younger, making plans for your financial future may seem like an insurmountable challenge to you. a difficult one, in spite of the fact that its significance cannot be overstated. However, that is in no way a prerequisite for doing so.

Frontline Worker Engagement Should Differ From Desk Worker Engagement — Here’s How

CEO Insider

Now, more than ever, employee engagement is critical for business success. But frontline workers are often left out of the conversation, which can have a significant ripple effect throughout an organization.

HR in 2023: Survey Insights and Predictions

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Faisal Hoque | How To Lead Through Revolutionary Global Change

Tanveer Nasser

There’s no question we’re living through a period of unprecedented change and uncertainty. But is this period of uncertainty something to dread, or does it present an opportunity to transform the way we lead to achieve enduring growth and success?

10 Questions Superbosses Ask Themselves

Eric Jacobson

Here are ten questions (or bundles of questions) you should ask yourself to ensure you are thinking and acting like a superboss. These are from Sydney Finkelstein 's book, Superbosses. Do you have a specific vision for your work that energizes you, and that you use to energize and inspire your team?

How to Reduce Startup Costs in a Small Construction Company

Strategy Driven

The startup costs to any business can be huge, but in the construction industry, they can be eyewatering. Here is a quick guide on how to reduce some of these costs so you can have a better balance sheet at the end of year one. Rent Machinery, Don’t Buy.

Developing Morning and Evening Routines Can Help You Thrive In Both Good Times And Bad

CEO Insider

As a leader, when you have a lot on your plate – whether it’s work or family responsibilities– it can feel like things are spiraling out of control. In my own life, one of the most challenging periods was when I was caring for a deathly ill family member.

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How to Write OKRs: 45 Effective Examples

Many companies are embracing objectives and key results (OKRs) as the best practice for committing to goals and following through. Objectives are outcomes that reflect current company priorities. Each employee should write OKRs that roll up to larger company goals.

How to Spot and Handle Red Flags with Your Leadership

Thought Leaders LLC

Leaders sometimes mistake form for function without truly understanding and appreciating the impacts on their teams. Failure to do so can lead to major issues. You need to think through what you want your team to deliver versus focusing on how they’re delivering it.

How To Effectively Communicate

Eric Jacobson

Here are the 12 golden rules of effective communication from Paul Falcone , as highlighted in his book, 2600 Phrases for Setting Effective Performance Goals. Always remember to: Recognize achievements and accomplishments often. Celebrate success.

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Strategy Driven

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Actually, We Should Want to Hear Customer Complaints

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The 5 Stages of Account-Based Marketing — and How to Win Them All

Successfully complete the five stages of ABM: define, identify, engage, convert, and connect. We’ll show you how to create a unified system with your sales team to help them land more qualified opportunities and connect with prospects like never before.