Sat.Mar 04, 2017 - Fri.Mar 10, 2017

One Reason Your Employees are Rolling Their Eyes

Let's Grow Leaders

Have you ever had a supervisor who congratulated you for doing something that you knew wasn’t praiseworthy, or worse, something you knew actually made things worse in the long run?

10 Infographics that Sum up the State of Women in Business

Women on Business

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How Do We Get Outside Our Comfort Zone?

Leading Blog

Y OU'VE NO DOUBT HEARD that it is outside our comfort zone where the magic happens. But how do we get outside our comfort zone? It’s not always easy in some cases too stressful to consider.

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Great Leaders Develop a Leadership Vocabulary

Ron Edmondson

I’ll never forget in my first church when a very Christlike deacon pulled me aside and offer me some advice in leading a church. I had been a leader in the business world a long time, but this was new for me. He helped me in ways which are being realized even today in how I lead in the church.

20 Habits Of Highly Unsuccessful And Ineffective Leaders

Joseph Lalonde

Being a leader is not an easy task. You need to guide those that follow you to achieve a common goal. It has been said that a motivated worker is a productive worker thus a leader must also be a good role model.

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When “Fluff” Triples Revenues: Why Leaders Can’t Overlook Happiness

Great Leadership By Dan

Guest post from Michelle Gielan: The first time Gary Baker, president of Nationwide Brokerage Solutions heard about the research on happiness and how it affects the workplace, he referred to it as “fluff.” And why wouldn’t he?

Leadership in Cybersecurity

N2Growth Blog

Defining the position of the lead security person in an enterprise can be a challenging and sometimes confusing task. There are various job titles such as; Chief Security Officer (CSO), Chief Risk Officer, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), V.P., IT Security, V.P.,

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Why We Focus On Our Health

Jason Womack

When was the last time you thought: “I need to call a doctor?” Was it when you were sick? When was the last time you thought: “I need to change my diet?” Was it when you realized your pants didn’t. Balance Efficiency/Effectiveness Mentoring

7 Leadership Principles Life Has Taught Me

Ron Edmondson

Happy for you to learn from my experience I love principles. Perhaps this is one reason I spend so much time reading Proverbs. Principles aren’t always “guaranteed”, but they are often proven by time and experience. Principles can help us learn from one another.

5 Critical Steps to Choose the Right Business Partner – Infographic

Women on Business

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Mind the Gap: 8 Ways to Close the Trust Gap on Your Team

RapidStart Leadership

People will only willingly follow you if they trust you, and believe in your destination. But like boarding a train, there comes a moment when they have to step from the platform into the passenger compartment and join you for the ride. Crossing that gap is a leap of faith: It requires trust.

18 Leadership Lessons And Quotes From Logan (Wolverine 3)

Joseph Lalonde

A Reel Leadership Article Logan is the third and final film in the Wolverine movie series. Logan also sees a dramatic change in the tone of the movie. What you get with Logan is a much darker, much more somber Wolverine movie.

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3 Keys For Building Relationships With Those You Lead

Tanveer Naseer

For almost 10 years, I’ve been writing about leadership and in that time, perhaps one of the most significant shifts I’ve seen has been the willingness to recognize that the key to our success as leaders stems from the relationships we foster and nurture with those we lead.

A World Class Example of Dopamine Derailment

Next Level Blog

In the latest installment of the story that wouldn’t die, the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences has announced that the two Price Waterhouse partners responsible for the Best Picture award snafu will never work the Oscars again.

The Anatomy of Performance Enhancing Coaching Conversations

Leadership Freak

Don’t wait for poor performance to discuss high performance. Make ‘getting better’ normal by scheduling bi-monthly coaching conversations. The anatomy of performance enhancing coaching conversation: (Consider this list a loose structure for a coaching conversation.)… … Continue reading → Coaching Taking others higher Leadership Development organizational success Questions

14 Questions to Answer Before Signing Up a Vendor

Nathan Magnuson

I love the opportunity for new partnerships. Having been on both sides of the vendor & client agreement, I’ve enjoyed some partnerships so incredible that folks were often eager to work late – and then chum together afterward.

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What Makes People Buy? 4 Simple Website Copy Hacks to Boost Your Sales

Women on Business

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Conducting Competently

General Leadership

GeneralLeadership.com and the General Leadership Foundation bring Leadership Advice from America's Most Trusted Leaders to You! Read more at [link]. “The conductor of an orchestra doesn’t make a sound. He depends, for his power, on his ability to make other people powerful.”

7 Principles of Success for Leading Innovative Initiatives

Leadership Freak

Innovative initiatives require quick wins. But unable to choose is unable to move. 7 principles of success for leading innovative initiatives: #1. New initiatives need to inspire energy to survive and thrive. Leaders get… Continue reading → Change

March 2017 Leadership Development Carnival

Lead Change Blog

Welcome to the March 2017 edition of the Leadership Development Carnival! Do you as a leader find it difficult at times to be bold or to awaken boldness in others?

How To Have Creative Conversations

Joseph Lalonde

Brit Poulson On Answers From Leadership Podcast Episode 33 Creative conversations… What do creative conversations look like? How can you have more creative conversations? What do you do if your conversation partner is considered an adversary?

How Much Time Do You Spend Communicating?

leaderCommunicator

We’ve established that leaders are always communicating—even when they don’t realize they are. It’s fair to say that 80 to 90 percent of the average leader’s week is spent communicating.

5 Guaranteed Ways to Pour Slop Out of Your Bucket

Leadership Freak

Overbooked, overwhelmed, and over-committed … You have slop in your bucket. Life grows meaningless as time passes, unless you pour out the slop. 5 guaranteed ways to pour slop out of your bucket: #1. Identify slop: The trouble with slop is it comes disguised as fulfillment. You end up carrying a bucket of putrescent slop. The … … Continue reading → Personal Growth Time Management

In Faith Leadership, Some Days We Walk Blindly

Ron Edmondson

A personal experience Recently I came across a journal entry from January, 2005. I talked about some of the goals I had for the year and my progress and lack thereof towards meeting them. I shared some current frustrations I was having in ministry. I then asked God to help me be more disciplined.

15 Things Leaders Can Manage (and One They Can’t)

Jesse Lyn Stoner Blog

15 Things Leaders Can Manage Things Leaders Can Manage (and Should) 1. Focus and Attention You can manage what you put your attention on. You can focus strategically on where you’re going, or you can focus on short-term fires and go from crisis to crisis. Priorities In areas where you have autonomy, you can […]. The post 15 Things Leaders Can Manage (and One They Can’t) appeared first on Seapoint Center for Collaborative Leadership.

Setting up Your Business Entity

Women on Business

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Four Effective Habits to Combat Demotivatiors at Work

Career Advancement

“There is no[thing] better than adversity. Every defeat, every heartbreak, every loss, contains its own seed, its own lesson on how to improve your performance the next time.” Malcolm X~. When Stacy started work, she found it exciting and rewarding. She felt she was moving up and making a difference.

The External Factors Affecting Your Business

Strategy Driven

Try as you might, you will never really “own” your business. It is too much part of a bigger network that is too far beyond your control for that.

Conflict Is In The Air

Lead Change Blog

Like spring, conflict is in the air. Contentious times are everywhere. On the media. In the workplace. In the streets. At the dinner table. Many people share they’re struggling to stay calm and collected in dealing with the disagreements, friction, and discord that’s swirling around them. Me, too.

Building Skills After Training

Kevin Eikenberry

We host workshops and training sessions across the country and all throughout the year and we often get this question: How can I consistently apply what I learned here in the workshop back in my job and the real world?

Continuing the Mission – The First 100 Days

General Leadership

GeneralLeadership.com and the General Leadership Foundation bring Leadership Advice from America's Most Trusted Leaders to You! Read more at [link]. All this will not be finished in the first one hundred days.

How to Create Transformative Growth Points for Reluctant or Resistant Employees

Leadership Freak

They keep falling short. But you want them to reach the next level. Establish an affirming context for growth. A transformative growth point: Years ago I was asked to work with a manager… Continue reading → Accountability Change Personal Growth Success Taking others higher Growth Leadership Development

Disruptive Influencer

Lead Change Blog

This post is part of our 2017 Lead Change Group Guest Blogger Series. Today we are pleased to introduce you to Craig Marek. In today’s terms, King Solomon would be the wealthiest man alive; his control and influence would have a global reach, his wisdom unmatched.

Improving Project Productivity

Kevin Eikenberry

This is a big topic for a short article. While I’m not going to give you the encyclopedic solution to the challenge of getting more of the right work done on projects more effectively and getting projects completed on time, I am going to share of few insights that I and my team have been […].