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Efficient vs. Effective | N2Growth Blog

N2Growth Blog

By Mike Myatt, Chief Strategy Officer, N2growth Efficient vs. Effective - there is sometimes a very big difference between the two. So much so, that I have

Introducing Our New Team Excellence Assessment


How does your team stack up to a world-class heart transplant team? How about a business team noted for breakthrough innovation? How does your team compare to a national champion football team? Or a women's championship lacrosse team

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Poison in the Pantry

Chris Brady

Poison1 I receive many emails covering a broad range of topics almost every day. Many deserve no more than a few second glance or a quick chuckle. Every now and then, however, I'll come across something that stops me in my tracks

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Leadership and Opportunity | N2Growth Blog

N2Growth Blog

By Mike Myatt, Chief Strategy Officer, N2growth Opportunity and timing are inexorably linked. So much so, that if you don't think timing is everything

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The New Leadership Challenge - Removing Barriers To Performance

Six Disciplines

Orrin Woodward Leadership Team :: Ludwig Von Mises - Morals over Money

Orrin Woodward

Character is not a binary switch, meaning one cannot divide people into two Manichean groups, one with character and the other without. Instead, think of character, less like an on/off switch and more like the spectrum of colors

Leadership Costumes

Kevin Eikenberry

In the United States Halloween has become one of the most popular holidays of the year – with total spending expected to be $5.85 billion dollars this year. Along with the candy, pumpkin and decorations, costumes are a key component of

Your Voice of Encouragement: Patience - Manage Your Expectations.

Your Voice of Encouragement

Patience - Manage Your Expectations of People and Events. When you're trying to make things happen, you can get frustrated if people or situations slow you down. You achieve peace of mind by recognizing what you can and cannot change

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Palo Duro Canyon - A Lesson in Texas History

Building Personal Strength

Recently Kathleen and I visited Palo Duro Canyon State Park, a breathtaking grand-but-smaller version of the world-famous Grand Canyon, located about 25 miles southwest of Amarillo, Texas. We spent an entire morning taking in the

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Orrin Woodward Leadership Team :: Conflict - The Five Steps to.

Orrin Woodward

Over the years, I have, through reading books and studying great leaders, developed a five step pattern to resolve conflict. Conflict will occur, whether its addressed and resolved, or not addressed and festering is up to the leaders in

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A Mirror as a Leadership Development Tool

Kevin Eikenberry

We look in them each day, research says, more often than we realize. We check our hair and our smile. We check to see if our shirt is buttoned correctly. We check to see if we have lettuce from lunch still on our teeth

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StrategyDriven Podcast Special Edition 49 – An Interview with.

Strategy Driven

StrategyDriven Podcasts focus on the tools and techniques executives and managers can use to improve their organization's alignment and accountability to ultimately achieve superior results. These podcasts elaborate on the best practice

Leading with Why

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Orrin Woodward Leadership Team :: Conflict Resolution.

Orrin Woodward

The more animals in the barn, the more 'doodoo' to deal with. One of the most important skills for leaders, but sadly, one of the most misunderstood and rarely used, a lack that leaves most people with only a fraction of the influence

Book Review: Open Leadership by Charlene Li

Modern Servant Leader

10 Ways To Have Fun At Work. | Rich Gee Group

Rich Gee Group

You work 8 hours a day, 5 days a week, 250 days a year, for approximately 40 years. You can either have fun or turn it into a clock-watching, tedious, and painful nightmare. Your choice

The History Channel's Special - "The Moon"

Building Personal Strength

Some time ago, I gifted myself a DVD set featuring all four seasons of the History Channel's "The Universe" series. One of my favorite episodes is their program about the moon. I've written about the moon before. Read this and you'll know why the moon is so special to me. If you're fascinated with the universe, as I am, I encourage you to purchase the series. Maybe watching the episode about Earth's moon will tempt you. Fortunately, the entire program has been posted on YouTube in four segments.

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The One Thing Every Leader Has To Give Up (After They Worked So.

Terry Starbucker

I remember the first time I got it, only 4 months after I graduated from college. It was given to me reluctantly, out of sheer necessity. It terrified me. But on the other hand, it was what I wanted. After all, I was young

Hard Skill, Soft Skill–Team Building Activity

Create Learning

Hard Skill, Soft Skill. TeamBuilding & Leadership.Team Building activity. Type of Initiative: Learning about others; Appreciating the skills and talents you have; Discovering how other people view you. Purpose

Actions Express Priorities for People

Modern Servant Leader


Can you depend on innovation as your only strategy?

Sidd Gavirneni

"Innovation" has been the buzz word for quite some time now. It is what companies claim to base their competitive advantage on. But can they sustain shareholder value only through innovation? Recently, the CEO of a global $4billion

Adversity (Part 2 of 2)

Leading Strategies

Let's continue from last by looking at a book by New Orleans Saints Quarterback, Drew Brees titled, “Coming Back Stronger.” (If If you are challenged with your present circumstances, let me recommend Drew's book to you

6 Trust Behaviors for Leaders, Individuals & Teams

Create Learning

Trust happens on purpose within team. …it it is not an accidental property. People join organizations wanting to be trusted and trust that the team they are on + the leader they are accountable too is; Competent; Accountable; Honest

Leadership Q&A: The Stewardship Perspective

Weekly Leader

This is a column in a continuing series on The Stewardship of Gratitude. One of the hidden problems of traditional leadership is a narrowness of perspective that is translated into a type of tunnel vision. Too often the leader

3 Ways To Grow Your Business. Today.

Rich Gee Group

I work with a LOT of companies. Solopreneurs. Small Businesses. Large Businesses. Corporations. Across the entire spectrum of the marketplace, I see three standard rules that make companies successful. How they service their clients

Sources of real leadership

Managing Leadership

In the course of our current review of the reasons to reject the concept of individual leadership as it is taught by its modern proponents, it is worth addressing the unavoidable fact that there really are some leaders around. In the last two posts, we looked at why a widely advocated leadership type is, at best, essentially irrelevant to organizational purpose and, at the sadly common worst, is actively destructive of it.

Leaders: The 24-Hour Rule To Firing People « Linked 2 Leadership

Linked 2 Leadership

Why, Why, why, why, why? WHY can't people get firing someone RIGHT THE FIRST TIME? In the past year, so many high-profile examples have been put before us as “how to not fire people.” It's embarrassing to witness

How to Utilize the Team Excellence Assessment


Many people have been asking us to tell them more about how the Team Excellence Assessment works. DESCRIPTION. Think of it as a 360 degree assessment for teams. So, the designated team leader and each of the team members takes a 15

Conference Leadership Impressions from SAP SAPPHIRE

Modern Servant Leader

Leading Blog: A Leadership Blog: It's a Jungle in There

Leading Blog

Lead Like a Mom

Next Level Blog

With the beginning of a new group coaching cohort, I've been spending some time this week in one on one calls with high potential leaders to review their 360 degree feedback data. One of the calls. Please click the headline to read

Jeffrey Pfeffer on Power


Instilling Pride: A Key to Eliciting Excellence « Linked 2 Leadership

Linked 2 Leadership

Eliciting excellence in others is the essence of leadership. One of the most effective means to do this is to instill a sense of pride in those around us. Instilling pride has a myriad of benefits – quality of work and workmanship