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Remain Teachable

Joseph Lalonde

Do you remember when you were a child? You thought the world was your oyster. You also thought you knew everything there was to know. I think back to growing up. I remember thinking my parents didn’t know much about life. How wrong that was. I’d scoff at their advice.

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10 Critical Rules For Living A Happy Life

Tanveer Naseer

Some people spend their whole life searching for happiness. While you may think wealth, power, and fame will make you happy, you may be looking in the wrong place. In fact, all the riches in the world won’t guarantee a happy and fulfilling life. You don’t have to search the.

Power 242

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Ethical Leaders Seek Truth and Speak Truth

Leading in Context

By Linda Fisher Thornton Ethical leaders seek the truth and speak the truth. Complexity Context Ethical Leader Ethical Leadership Development Ethical Organization Ethical Thinking Quotes ethical leadership ethical thinking leadership development truth and leadership

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Leadership Skills for Building a Learning Culture


To respond effectively to adaptive challenges like the pandemic, geopolitical conflicts, financial crisis etc., organizations cannot rely on top-down problem solving.

Skills 194

HR in 2023: Survey Insights and Predictions

Nearly 6,000 people weighed in on the future of HR. Here’s what they said….

Quotes And Leadership Lessons From Stranger Things Season 4 Chapter 9: The Piggyback

Joseph Lalonde

A Reel Leadership Article. The hit Netflix show Strangers Things is back for the final two episodes and boy were they good. Instead of looking at movie leadership lessons, I’m giving my readers a double-header of Stranger Things goodness. Today, there will be two articles.

4 Questions to Ask at the End of the Week for Self-Reflection

Leadership Freak

One week flows unchanged into the next until you ask different questions. Good intentions fade. Old patterns hang on until you adopt a new approach. 5 uncomfortable reflections: You burned the candle at… Continue reading → Leading

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How Do I Ask Better Questions to Create More Psychological Safety? [VIDEO]

Let's Grow Leaders

Better Questions Create Psychological Safety. In this week’s Asking for a Friend, I talk with Jean Marie DiGiovanna, about more practical ways to create psychological safety at work, and our mutual interest in asking Courageous Questions.

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The Five Best Audiobook Services Available

Joseph Lalonde

While nothing can beat the feel of an actual book in your hands, sometimes you have to compromise. My compromise has been to pick up audiobooks. I’ve heard from many people that they enjoy this method of reading as well. Audiobooks allow readers to follow the story on the go.

Review 219

Why Self-Care isn’t a 4-Letter Word

Leadership Freak

I grew up in a world where you did your work without complaining. We didn’t think about self-care. It’s an unrealistic way to live. However, confusion about self-care is destructive. You say, “Take… Continue reading → Leadership Development

How to Keep Your Business Spending in Check

Women on Business

Brought to you by Capital on Tap: Small business owners are constantly inundated with regular requests for money. Whether it’s a new piece of equipment, inventory, or simply office supplies, there is always something that needs to be purchased.

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5 Ways to Improve DE&I in the Workplace

Diversity, equity, and inclusion are critical for an organization’s success. And companies that take bold action to help ensure an inclusive workplace will win every time. Discover how your company can create a culture that celebrates DE&I while achieving higher revenue and growth.

What You’re Reading: Most Read Articles of 2022 So Far

Let's Grow Leaders

It’s that time of year when we pause to review what you’re reading here on Let’s Grow Leaders. We inventory the most read articles of 2022 so far. It’s always interesting to see what’s of most interest to you now and which continues to resonate over time.

Quotes And Leadership Lessons From Stranger Things Season 4 Chapter 8: Papa

Joseph Lalonde

A Reel Leadership Article. The hit Netflix show Strangers Things is back for the final two episodes and boy were they good. Instead of looking at movie leadership lessons, I’m giving my readers a double-header of Stranger Things goodness. Today, there will be two articles.

How the Example of Billionaires Leads People Astray

Leadership Freak

Smart people fail when they wrongly follow the example of billionaires. Take Oprah Winfrey for example. The example of billionaires: Oprah Winfrey: Oprah didn’t find broadcasting. It found her. Opra’s first exposure to… Continue reading → Leading

Asking to Understand – Remarkable TV

Kevin Eikenberry

This is the last in a series of videos about reasons to ask.

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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.

Mt. Everest and Leading with Vulnerability with Vivian Rigney

Let's Grow Leaders

Would you ever think that the lessons learned about leading with vulnerability in the corporate world could be applied to summiting mountains?

Why Should You Buy Refurbished Equipment For Your Business?

Joseph Lalonde

Competition is rife in the business world, and companies are constantly looking for competitive advantages to stay ahead of their rivals. This is emphasized even further by Hostinger’s report that there are 32.5 million small businesses in America.

7 Team-Strengthening Practices from Steph Curry’s Playbook

Michael Lee Stallard

After Steph Curry’s phenomenal performance leading his team to win the 2022 NBA Championship and being named the 2022 NBA Finals Most Valuable Player, it’s abundantly clear that basketball is his superpower. But it’s not his only one.

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Considering Independence

Kevin Eikenberry

Personal independence is something to which most would aspire. Groups of people have fought for that independence. And, like anything we consider good, there is more we don’t think about. As I release this on Independence Day in the U.S., let’s further consider independence.

The First 90 Days: Onboarding Checklist

Connect with your people from day one with this development and engagement checklist.

Why Usage-Based Insurance is a Popular Offering

Women on Business

Brought to you by Earnix: In the world of business management and competitive industries, insurance is something of a negative buzzword. Not many business owners want to talk about insurance, as it almost always costs them money for something that they might not necessarily use.

How To Create An SEO Strategy For Your Small Business

Strategy Driven

If your small business has a website, you’re familiar with search engine optimization (SEO). Although you know how important SEO is for your business, you may be confused about where to start. First, you need a strategy as it plays an integral role in determining the steps you need to take.

8 Tips for Avoiding Your Leadership Blindspots

Thought Leaders LLC

Today’s post is by Robert Bruce Shaw, author of Leadership Blindspots: How Successful Leaders Identify and Overcome the Weaknesses That Matter ( CLICK HERE to get your copy). Leaders are faced with two conflicting needs.

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In the Arena: A History of American Presidential Hopefuls

Kevin Eikenberry

There have been 46 Presidents of the United States – which means when each of those candidates won, there was a loser. Some who lost, later won. 35 others got close, but never were called “Mr. President.”

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What Hourly Workers Want More than Money

Attract talented, ambitious people by giving them more control over their lives. Hourly workers want to make their daily lives and financial lives more predictable. Employers can assist by offering early access to pay, flexible scheduling, healthcare assistance, benefits where possible, and paid leave options.

Building Your Company Culture: The Key To Being Lean And Successful With Angel Sanchez

Steve Farber

A lot of companies fail to scale because they think the key to scaling is to be lean. The real key is to develop your company culture. Have a culture where people are excited. Read more.

A Guide to Engineering Business Success

Strategy Driven

Guiding an engineering business to strategic success is not easy. The engineering industry is both highly fractured and immensely busy. Here is a very brief guide to some of the strategic elements that need to be kept in mind when planning out the long-term growth of an engineering business.

Servant-Leadership 101: Nonpartisan Lesson (Moneyball Movie Example)

Modern Servant Leader

The second-to-last principle in the Acronym Model of SERVANT-Leadership is Nonpartisan. This 6-minute lesson demonstrates the Nonpartisan principle, through the example of Billy Beane (Brad Pitt) and Peter Brand (Jonah Hill).

Speed, Preparation, and Specialization – What Leaders Can Learn From Car Racing

CEO Insider

As the founder and CEO of Phantom Space, which aims to build hundreds of automated rockets to ferry thousands of satellites into space, I took my team to the car racetrack a few months ago. I wanted everyone to watch the pit crews.

5 Reasons People Quit, 10 Ways to Make Them Stay

Learn how to protect your company from The Great Resignation’s turnover epidemic.

The Why and How of Dealing with Conflict at Work

Skip Prichard

Handling Conflict. Nobody really enjoys conflict. But there are times it is unavoidable and even important. As a leader, you won’t be able to make positive changes, in many cases, without some conflict. But if you avoid conflict rather than dealing with it as a necessary part of business?

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How To Earn Respect As A Manager

Strategy Driven

Everybody has had a ‘bad manager’ at some point and the effects of poor management are well understood. It can be demoralizing, and demotivating and create a workplace that nobody wants to be in.

How The Best Leaders Overcome Their Own Defense Mechanisms

Lolly Daskal

Defense mechanisms—the unconscious reactions that protect us from anxiety and internal conflict—are a part of being human. We all have them. And while they frequently do harm, in some situations they can actually be useful. What matters, in life and in leadership, is what we do about them.

Three Ways Your Data is Leaking in Advertising and How to Avoid It

CEO Insider

Fully 62% of business leaders say their companies need to do more to protect data, according to KPMG. Surveys show more consumers are worried about unlawful data sharing, such as through online advertising, than data breaches.

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.