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The Difference Between Good and Great Leadership

Lead Change Blog

Goodness isn’t really celebrated. Only greatness is. Great leaders aren’t just better at being good leaders. They’re in a class apart. Not necessarily.

4 UGLY Conversations to With Your Team Before Year End

Let's Grow Leaders

The second half of December is a great time for recognition, celebration, white elephant gifts and other fun. Own the Ugly. ” Own the Ugly.

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7 Reasons Women Make Great Entrepreneurs

Women on Business

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Anarchy in the Workplace

General Leadership

GeneralLeadership.com and the General Leadership Foundation bring Leadership Advice from America's Most Trusted Leaders to You! Read more at [link].

7 Tips on Becoming an Exceptional Leader

Lead Change Blog

Leadership is a nebulous concept. I mean, we all know when we’ve got a good leader or when the person in charge doesn’t know what they’re doing. Right.

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Frontline Festival: Leaders Share How They and Their Team are Preparing for the New Year

Let's Grow Leaders

Welcome back to the Let’s Grow Leaders Frontline Festival. This month’s festival is all about preparing for 2017. Follow Jon. Follow Wally. Steve Jobs.

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6 Ways Leaders Can Improve Employees’ Quality of Work and Life

Lead Change Blog

You are in a leadership position, so you know that you have several duties to perform. Yes, you read it correctly: their quality of life as well.

4 Morning Habits that Will Increase Your Happiness and Productivity

Women on Business

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The Importance of Leadership Support in Coaching

CoachStation

Personal and professional development is critical to the ongoing success and growth for any leader.

How To Deal With Success As A Leader

Joseph Lalonde

As we inch closer and closer to success, you may notice things begin to change. I’ve seen it happen with friends of mine. They walk the talk.

Organizational Leader as a Social Architect

QAspire

Leadership success is largely governed by, amongst other things, one’s ability to create an ecosystem of engagement, meaning, performance and growth.

Reflection and Planning

Lead Change Blog

As another year comes to a close, so it is time to review and monthly summarize your reflections. Is there a one-liner that describes your year? .

Employee Motivation and the Holiday Season

Great Leadership By Dan

Guest post by Mackenzie Kyle : Ah, the holiday season. Love it or hate it, it’s not a season we can afford to ignore. But does it have to be that way?

Supporting Our Servicemen And Veterans During The Holidays With Dan Dwyer – Answers From Leadership Episode 027

Joseph Lalonde

The guest for today’s show is Dan Dwyer. Dan has spent time as an army officer and retired 10 years ago. I spent 22 as an army officer. iTunes.

How to be a Creative Professional Freelancer

Women on Business

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15 Lessons Life Has Taught Me

Ron Edmondson

And you should learn. The best principles we learn in life, apart from revelation in God’s Word, comes from life experience. Protect your soul.

3 Secrets to Giving Corrective Feedback with Ease and Confidence

Leadership Freak

Every time you shoot yourself in the foot, you do it with good intentions. Someone needs to say, “If you do that again, you’re going to shoot the other foot.” Corrective feedback enables… Continue reading → Feedback

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Change Your Story, Change Your Power

Tanveer Naseer

The following is a guest piece by Michelle Gielan. I’ll never forget the “welcome tour” a cameraman gave me my first day as a reporter for NBC.

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Liberating delegation

Aspire-CS

Too many leaders interfere in the work that their employees are being paid to do. Do your children recognize you? Continue delegating.

7 Suggestions When a Good Marriage Isn’t Working

Ron Edmondson

All marriages go through periods where things just aren’t as they should be. I suppose this would include most marriages). That’s normal.

12 Ways Servant Leaders Serve Others so Others are Free to Serve Others

Leadership Freak

Servant-leadership turns reciprocity outward. Reciprocity represents a shrinking circle of mutual benefit. “You scratch my back and I’ll scratch yours.” ” Servant leaders serve others so others are free to serve others. The normal rules… Continue reading → Servant-leadership Leadership Development

Creating Visual Content to Promote Your Business with Visme

Women on Business

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9 Ways to Have Calm, Courageous Conversations

leaderCommunicator

If you were to commit to some additional chutzpah in your communications, then where might you focus your energies? Communication Skills

5 Tips to Write Better Informational Emails

Ron Edmondson

Which actually get read. Can I be candid with you? I don’t read every email I receive. I almost never read those. I know. It sounds awful.

How to See the Bad and Pursue the Good

Leadership Freak

Confronting things you don’t like is part of leadership. Whining and complaining is not. It takes real leadership to see the bad and pursue the good. If you aren’t careful, you become a spiraling… Continue reading → Encouragement Marks of leaders Passion Questions Leadership Development organizational success

What are Your Final Four? Setting Real Priorities for the New Year

Kevin Eikenberry

If you are a college basketball fan like I am, when you hear the words “Final Four”, you smile. Here are four […].

The Simple Secret to the Best PowerPoint Presentation I Ever Saw

RapidStart Leadership

It was the best PowerPoint presentation I had ever seen. It happened over 10 years ago, but even now I can remember specifics. So effective?

Why leaders need to engage employees

Lead on Purpose

Many managers have an unspoken expectation that employees are responsible for motivating themselves. Their idea goes like this: since the company pays them, they should do what they’re told, and happily complete any task put in front of them. When … Continue reading → Leadership Speed Reading employee engagement motivation optimism

A Leadership Lesson from Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer

Leadership Freak

Rudolph was a treasure waiting to be discovered. Irritants become advantages in the right situation. My impatience irritates a person on my team. (It It probably irritates lots of people.) I’ll call him Mr. Compassion. In a morning meeting, we decided to ask a TV News Caster to interview someone.

7 Simple Ideas to Strengthen Your Marriage

Ron Edmondson

I’ve shared recently about ways we injure our spouse without even knowing it. Actually, all of life is, including leadership. Do it today!

Let your history inform you, not define you

Jesse Lyn Stoner Blog

Thursday Thoughts: Let your history inform you, not define you. But you don’t have to keep repeating your history. Thursday Thoughts

Why leaders need to engage employees

Lead on Purpose

Many managers have an unspoken expectation that employees are responsible for motivating themselves. Their idea goes like this: since the company pays them, they should do what they’re told, and happily complete any task put in front of them. When … Continue reading → Leadership Speed Reading employee engagement motivation optimism

12 Ways Servant Leaders Serve Others so Others are Free to Serve Others

Leadership Freak

Servant-leadership turns reciprocity outward. Reciprocity represents a shrinking circle of mutual benefit. “You scratch my back and I’ll scratch yours.” ” Servant leaders serve others so others are free to serve others. The normal rules… Continue reading → Servant-leadership Leadership Development

149: The Power of Beliefs in Business | with Ari Weinzweig

Engaging Leader

In 1982, Ari Weinzweig, along with his partner Paul Saginaw, founded Zingerman’s Delicatessen with a $20,000 bank loan.