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How to Respond to Good News Like a Leader

Leadership Freak

Don’t expect high performance when you sabotage enthusiasm. “Death and life are in the power of the tongue.” ” Jewish Proverb Words have consequences. You don’t have to be a genius to identify words… Continue reading → Leading

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What Type of Leader Are You?

Rich Gee Group

Too often, we are placed in a situation that requires us to modify our reaction to a person. For example: An associate on our staff who challenges our authority. A client who is very late on their payment. A peer who throws you under the bus in front of your boss.

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Preparation Is the New Leadership Differentiator

Next Level Blog

In watching and working with top executives and their teams over the past few years, I’ve come to a fresh conclusion. Preparation is the new leadership differentiator. You might argue that preparation has always been important. I would agree with you on that but would contend that preparation is in shorter supply than it used to be.

How to Lead When Your Team Resists Change

Let's Grow Leaders

When Your Team Resists Change, It’s an Opportunity for Ownership You’ve noticed a problem, spent the last four days meeting with finance, strategizing, and building an action plan. You’re energized about what your team will achieve, your boss and peers are on […].

RIP: Retired in Position

Lead Change Blog

“Retired in position” refers to an unengaged employee, a term which I first heard used by Ken Blanchard. These individuals are just going through the motions, showing up to do the minimum, and would rather be somewhere else. Does this sound familiar? Well, it should. Per Gallup research, an astounding 70 percent of U.S. employees are not showing up to work fully committed to delivering their best performance.

9 Creative Ways to Develop Your Managers

Let's Grow Leaders

You’ve done your talent assessment work, completed the nine-box grid, and now it’s time to create specific plans to develop your managers.

Great Leaders Focus on the Why and the What—Not the How

Great Leadership By Dan

Guest post by Steve Coughran : In my two decades of business experience, I have encountered many different flavors of leadership.

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First Look: Leadership Books for October 2019

Leading Blog

Here's a look at some of the best leadership books to be released in October 2019. Don't miss out on other great new and future releases. The Infinite Game by Simon Sinek. Do you know how to play the game you’re in?

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Respect, Interpreted Part 3

Leading in Context

By Linda Fisher Thornton What exactly does respect look like? It's a question that is difficult to answer, but we need an answer if we are going to be able to help our leadership teams learn how to show it, recognize it, and expect it from others.

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October 2019 Leadership Development Carnival

Lead Change Blog

Welcome to the October Leadership Development Carnival. We’re excited to share posts from leadership experts from around the globe on the topics of development, engagement, productivity, team building, and more. Communication. Bernd Geropp provided The No1 feedback rule. Bernd shares: “My No 1 feedback tip for constructive and effective criticism: always formulate and view feedback as a personal gift!” ” Find Bernd on Twitter at @moreleadership.

Five Choices Remote Leaders Need to Make

Kevin Eikenberry

As a leader, you make choices each day – many consciously, and many others subconsciously. When you have a remote team, some of your subconscious leadership choices need to be reexamined, because they are having unintended consequences.

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7 Steps to Bulletproof Problem Solving

Leading Blog

T HE WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM’S Future of Jobs Report lists complex problem-solving as the number one skill for jobs in 2020. Organizations are looking for people that can define problems and form solid creative responses. Like leaders themselves, good problem solvers are made, not born.

Quotes And Leadership Lessons From Downton Abbey The Movie

Joseph Lalonde

A Reel Leadership Article. Several episodes of the classic Downton Abbey television series provided fascinating examples of leadership and a variety of other management issues. Now Downton Abbey, the movie, brings a story on an even grander scale – and with some outstanding lessons for today’s world.

Talent Identification and Management

Career Advancement

“Talent management deserves as much focus as financial capital management in corporations.” ~ Jack Welch One of the best ways to strengthen your company as a whole is to devote attention to developing your employee talent.

The 10 Laws of Trust from the Chairman of Jet Blue

Leadership Freak

(This post is based on my conversation with Joel Peterson.) Every leader learns that success requires trusting others. “I believe in trusting. Trust begets trust.” ” Mahatma Gandhi A trust-lesson from Joel Peterson, the… Continue reading → Author Book Notes Trust

Make Relatedness Your Goal – Remarkable TV

Kevin Eikenberry

I often get this question from leaders – both new and seasoned alike: Should we be friends with our teammates or not? And while it’s certainly a valid and good question, my answer is to flip it and instead… Make RELATEDNESS your goal. What does that mean? Check out the video below!

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Catalyst 2019 Live Blogging Of Bianca Juarez Olthoff

Joseph Lalonde

Catalyst Atlanta Live Blogging. Today, I’m live blogging from Catalyst Atlanta at North Point Church. These posts will be rough notes from the conference. This session’s speaker is Bianca Juarez Olthoff. She is a bible-teaching, word-slinging, MexiRican.

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7 Important Tips to Help You Focus on Your Work

Lead from Within

Do you find it hard to focus on your work? If so, you’re far from alone. It’s important to stay focused and distraction-free, but that’s especially difficult with multiple projects in play and a steady stream of emails, phone calls and petty tasks constantly beckoning.

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How to Discover and Leverage the Value You Bring

Leadership Freak

Know the value you bring. Find a situation where others value the value you bring and bring it. If you want to bring your value, explore the value you currently bring to others?…

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3 Tips To Get Discovered By Executive Search Firms

N2Growth Blog

I liken the executive search process to a grown-up version of the game “hide and seek” Brands across every sector are the seekers. Executives tend to hide. If you want to learn how to get discovered by an executive search firm— keep reading. The “playground” is big and complex. It spans geographies, industries, and functions. To most, it is unfamiliar. It is also competitive. The best seekers fight to find and tag (hire) the best hiders. To do so is to win.

Catalyst 2019 Live Blogging Of Horst Schulze

Joseph Lalonde

Catalyst Atlanta Live Blogging. Today, I’m live blogging from Catalyst Atlanta at North Point Church. These posts will be rough notes from the conference. This session’s speaker is Horst Schulze. Horst is a legend in the hotel leadership world.

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Employee Review Questions For Your Next Performance Review

leaderCommunicator

I was talking with a client recently who was planning for her face-to-face performance review meetings with her staff. With forms completed, she acknowledged she didn’t want to simply review the content of the forms.

4 Ways to Build Capacity in Yourself and Others

Leadership Freak

In 2015, I started sending an email every Friday to our employees. I focused on the concept of inspiration and self-improvement. I thought my Friday emails would be skimmed, or even ignored. To… Continue reading → Author Book Notes Leading

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Self-Agency with Your Commitments (and Results)

Anese Cavanaugh

In my article on #TuesdayTreats earlier this week I talked about how we create our reality and results through what we are committed to (if you do not receive these weekly notes, you can get them by subscribing on my communications list ).

Catalyst 2019 Live Blogging Of Ravi Zacharias

Joseph Lalonde

Catalyst Atlanta Live Blogging. Today, I’m live blogging from Catalyst Atlanta at North Point Church. These posts will be rough notes from the conference. Ravi Zacharias has spent years sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ. He has had a successful podcast, author ministry, and so much more.

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Weekly Round-Up: The World's Best Workplaces, Future of Internal Comms, Increase Trust in Your Leadership, Leadership Tips & Insights, 10 Laws of Trust

leaderCommunicator

Welcome to my weekly round-up of the best-of-the-best recent leadership and communication blog posts.

Surprised by a Crepe

Leadership Freak

One of the best things to do in Paris is walk around. That’s when, by accident, we found L’Atelier Artisan Crepier. My wife went to Amorino’s for a flower-shaped gelato. I walked around… Continue reading → energy engagement Leadership Development leadership success

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Executive Compensation in a Pre-IPO Company

CEO Insider

The startup you work for is gaining acceptance in the market and with remarkable growth, you are now eyeing the prospects of an IPO. The fruits of your team’s labor are at hand.

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Catalyst 2019 Live Blogging Of David Brooks

Joseph Lalonde

Catalyst Atlanta Live Blogging. Today, I’m live blogging from Catalyst Atlanta at North Point Church. These posts will be rough notes from the conference. This session’s speaker is David Brooks. David is an Op-Ed columnist for The New York Times.

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Ways You Can Make Money Online

Strategy Driven

There has been an increase in people wanting to work from home alongside the growth in the digital age. This means that not only is it becoming easier and more viable to make money online at home there are also more and more opportunities arise to do so.

Developing a Discovery-Driven Culture in Your Organization

Management Excellence

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Courageous Leadership: The Hero Just Might be You

The Practical Leader

Like a spotlight cutting through darkness, courage shines brightest in the presence of fear. It’s easy to boldly march forward when we’re filled with confidence, and the way forward is fairly smooth.

Live-Blogging From Catalyst Atlanta 2019

Joseph Lalonde

This year’s Catalyst Conference marks the 20th anniversary for one of the best Christian leadership conferences. In previous years, I’ve live-blogged Catalyst Atlanta as a part of the conference. This year will be different.

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How 25 Years of the Internet Has Changed the World of Business

Strategy Driven

Many things have changed in the world of business over the past 25 years; in fact, some would say that almost everything to do with business and the associated transactions has changed or been altered in a significant way with the advent of the internet, online purchasing, smartphones, and Wi-Fi.

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A Technique to Create More Great Days at Work

Management Excellence

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Why it’s important to think bigger, and play bigger

Lead on Purpose

Creating great products and building successful companies takes a tremendous amount of work, insatiable initiative and a penchant for perseverance. It requires thinking differently than others think, and even differently than you have thought in the past.

Catalyst 2019 Live Blogging Of Lysa TerKeurst

Joseph Lalonde

Catalyst Atlanta Live Blogging. Today, I’m live blogging from Catalyst Atlanta at North Point Church. These posts will be rough notes from the conference. Lysa TerKeurst is a #1 New York Times bestselling author of Uninvited. She is also the president of Proverbs 31 Ministries. She is passionate to share the word of God with people. Lysa begins with […] The post Catalyst 2019 Live Blogging Of Lysa TerKeurst appeared first on Joseph Lalonde. Live blogging

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