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First Look: Leadership Books for July 2020

Leading Blog

Here's a look at some of the best leadership books to be released in July 2020. Don't miss out on other great new and future releases. Leading with Feeling : Nine Strategies of Emotionally Intelligent Leadership by Cary Cherniss and Cornelia W. Roche.

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Do You Really Love People?

Joseph Lalonde

The COVID-19 pandemic, or plandemic as some friends are calling it, and the recent racial issues have really broken my heart. I’ve watched long-time friends become bitter enemies. I’ve seen family members disown other family members. It’s sad.

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The Beauty Of Conflict… For Teams

Lead Change Blog

Nobody likes conflict—or crisis—or change—especially in the workplace—or as we’re facing today in our lives. That doesn’t mean it should, or can, be avoided.

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How to Maintain a Steady Stream of Innovation and Solutions

Let's Grow Leaders

Don’t let your people feel ignored We were working with a large financial institution that had done an excellent job of cultivating curiosity. They regularly asked people at every level of the organization for their ideas, suggestions for innovation and solutions. They […].

5 Reasons CFOs Invest in Talent Development

In 2021, many of your competitors will invest in talent development software. If you make the right decision, invest in the right software, and if your organization is willing to use it, you can realize five decisive competitive advantages. To see those advantages, download Paycor’s latest guide, 5 Reasons CFOs Invest in Talent Development.

LeadershipNow 140: June 2020 Compilation

Leading Blog

Here are a selection of tweets from June 2020 that you don't want to miss: 10 Critical Rules for Living a Happy Life by @FSonnenberg. 3 Assumptions That Keep Leaders from Building Trust by @RandyConley. Creating, Fast and Slow by @MBikard via @INSEADKnowledge.

Quotes And Leadership Lessons From My Spy

Joseph Lalonde

A Reel Leadership Article. My Spy is a cute comedy starring Dave Bautista as the hardened CIA agent JJ. He’s been demoted to watching over the family of a murdered bad guy. The family is that of 9-year old Sophie (Chloe Coleman) and her mother Kate (Parisa Fitz-Henley).

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Seeing People Through – Interview with Nate Regier

Let's Grow Leaders

How can understanding yourself help you be more influential with your team? In this episode, Dr. Nate Regier will help you understand, connect with, and lead your team members more effectively by understanding yourself. They may seem different, but look a […].

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Leading Thoughts for July 2, 2020

Leading Blog

I DEAS shared have the power to expand perspectives, change thinking, and move lives. Here are two ideas for the curious mind to engage with: I.

A Checklist For Challenging Times

Joseph Lalonde

If you’re feeling the world is changing more dramatically and abruptly than ever, you’re not alone. Major and unexpected shifts are becoming increasingly frequent. The global COVID-19 lockdown. The Black Lives Matter movement.

How to Show Up When Emotion is Hot and Decisions Matter

Leadership Freak

Emotional heat tears things down. You resent a company policy, emotional heat complains about the entire company. You don’t like a team member, you undermine. A leader disappoints, you attack. Any fool can… Continue reading → compassion Leadership Development organizational success

5 Ways Talent Development Makes Your Company Unbeatable

As an HR leader, your goal for talent development is to create an environment where everyone is motivated and supported to achieve a shared vision of success. By investing in the right software, you can realize five decisive competitive advantages. To see those advantages, download Paycor’s latest guide!

Pushing Through The Tough Times And Difficult Obstacles

Tanveer Naseer

Pushing through the difficult times, and the tough periods is something we all have to do. Whether it be personal, business, mental, or emotional, there are lots of variables, unknowns, and circumstances we all must handle and deal with. One of the hardest things to do is to push through.

Foster Your Ethical Brand Reputation

Leading in Context

By Linda Fisher Thornton Connect Magazine invited me to weigh in on why ethical brand reputation is so important and how brands can build and foster stronger images.­ In this article I share practical advice on protecting ethical brands and five top leadership trends I see unfolding in 2020.

Remote Leadership Doesn’t Mean Remote Control

Kevin Eikenberry

In 1964 the first remote control for a TV was created. Sometime after that, the TV watching experience changed forever. The remote made it easier to watch and control the television. Quite possibly earlier this year you created a remote team. You may not have wanted one, but here you are.

What if You Suck at Empathy – 7 Ways to Create an Empathy Advantage

Leadership Freak

Only 18% of people who’ve completed the CliftonStrengths assessment have Empathy in their top five. Which means most of us don’t respond with Empathy immediately, spontaneously and consistently.

CFO’s Guide to Building an HR Team with Limited Time, Budget and Resources

Building the ideal HR team doesn’t happen overnight—especially when CFOs have limited time, budget and resources. But our new guide can give you advice on where to start and key focus areas you need to know. Download our guide today!

How to Push Your Mental Reset Button

Next Level Blog

As I wrote last week , we’re all dealing with a lot. And, when there’s a lot to process – work, family, health, the world and life in general – the mind can understandably flit and flutter from thought to thought.

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Burnout and the Importance of Connection

Michael Lee Stallard

Appearance on The Mentors Radio Show Recently, Katie Stallard and I had the opportunity to speak with Tom Loarie, host of the Mentors Radio Show , about career burnout and the role that connection plays in preventing it.

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The Most Important Ingredient to Successful Leadership

Great Leadership By Dan

Guest post from Brad Chase : No business subject garners more attention than leadership. There are endless leadership books, classes, websites and more. Everyone is searching for the essential qualities of a successful leader. But what if you had to pick just one quality? Think about it for a moment.

People will Remember How You Treated Them During COVID-19

Leadership Freak

A friend of mine got laid off last Friday. Clients in education are developing three plans for the fall of 2020, but most of their work could be irrelevant. Other clients are figuring… Continue reading → Fear Stress courageous leaders Leadership Development

How to Build the Ideal HR Team (with Limited Time, Budget and Resources)

Building the ideal HR team doesn’t happen overnight—especially when you have limited time, budget and resources. But our new guide can give you advice on where to start and key focus areas you need to know. Download our guide today!

How Your Personal Debt is Holding You Back

Women on Business

Brought to you by Creditfix: We all have debts, from credit cards to loans and even student debt. However, when your debts begin to take over your life, it’s not just your finances that start to feel the strain.

Protecting Remote Workers’ Productivity and Performance

Michael Lee Stallard

Practically overnight the vast majority of office workers became remote workers when social distancing measures put in place in March to slow the spread of the Covid-19 virus dramatically changed the way we go about our days.

Why Every Leader Needs to Spend Time Alone

Lead from Within

Studies have long shown that chronic loneliness and isolation are damaging to people’s mental and physical health. But a balanced amount of time spent alone has clear benefits—and depending on your temperament, it may be a necessity. It can even help strengthen your leadership.

Dear Dan: Contacting Laid off Employees will Be Patronizing

Leadership Freak

My recommendation to keep in contact with laid off employees elicited the following response. “Do

How HR Can Promote Mental Health at Work (Actionable Advice to Help Your People Thrive)

HR leaders are on the frontlines of a mental health crisis, but the topic can still be taboo—or at least something that’s only talked about reluctantly. What can HR do to help? Download our latest guide to learn the 4 ways you can support the mental health of your employees and identify warning signs of burnout.

How to Enhance the Efficiency of Your Warehouse

Women on Business

Brought to you by CartonCloud: With digitization, the world has become a close-knit global market. Today, you can connect with anyone worldwide with the help of the digital network. Businesses, too, have expanded and formed new collaborations internationally with the help of advanced technology.

How Routines Can Improve Your Life – Remarkable TV

Kevin Eikenberry

Our subconscious minds are extremely powerful and when we build routines and habits, it allows us to capitalize on this part of our brain. In the video below, I will show you six incredible benefits we get when we flex our subconscious with routines and habits.

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11 Best Practices for Successful Video Conferences

leaderCommunicator

While companies have come a long way in just a few weeks with video meetings, we all have much to learn about how to make video conferences more engaging and productive – and far less taxing for employees.

Leadership Legacy and Vision – Recent Interviews

Jesse Lyn Stoner Blog

In these two recent interviews I discuss how the pandemic has thrown us into collective reactivity and how refocusing on a positive vision will allow us to move forward intelligently and powerfully. The post Leadership Legacy and Vision – Recent Interviews appeared first on Seapoint Center for Collaborative Leadership. Leadership Podcasts Vision and Strategy Jann Freed leadership legacy PeopleHum podcast spotify

How HR Can Promote Mental Health at Work: Actionable Advice to Help Your People Thrive

HR leaders are on the frontlines of a mental health crisis, but the topic can still be taboo—or at least something that’s only talked about reluctantly. What can HR do to help? Download our latest guide to learn the 4 ways you can support the mental health of your employees and identify warning signs of burnout.

9 Leadership Lessons from Mom

Skip Prichard

This is a post about my mom who passed away suddenly last week. Though I have lost many relatives and friends in my life, I have never experienced the grief of losing a parent. Mom was an amazing person, beyond special, and she touched everyone she met.

A Virtual Book Club to Help You Lead Virtually!

Kevin Eikenberry

Maybe you’ve been in a book club, or maybe due to the pandemic your book club has been cancelled. But have you ever been to a book club with the author(s) of the book? Now you can read a book, discuss and learn about it from others, and then ask questions of the authors. Introducing […].

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Poll: What's Keeping You Up At Night?

leaderCommunicator

As leaders and communicators, we’re all working to be sensitive and empathetic so employees feel supported and stay engaged during these unprecedented times. Organizations are adjusting to situations in real time as they determine what the future of work looks like.

If Your Consulting Firm’s Offering Isn’t Attracting Enough Clients, Try This…

David A Fields

If your consulting firm’s offerings aren’t generating gleaming stacks of revenue, it’s time to develop a Level 3 Offering. You’re not alone if the projects that sustained your consulting business in the past have recently become difficult to close.

Paycor CFO Survey: The State of American Business in 2021

In Paycor’s latest survey, more than 2,000 Finance and HR leaders told us about their plans for 2021. Download the survey for actionable insights and tips.