Sat.Apr 07, 2018 - Fri.Apr 13, 2018

7 Hard, but Hopefully Helpful Words for Pastors

Ron Edmondson

This is for all my pastor friends. It may not make as much sense to readers who haven’t served in that role. One thing that sets me apart from some pastors is the amount of time I spent in the business world is greater than the time I have been in ministry. It has given me a unique perspective.

Nancy Duarte on Storytelling in Business

QAspire

I created a series of sketch notes for Tiffani Bova’s “ What’s Next ” podcast where she meets brilliant people to discuss customer experience, growth and innovation. Tiffani Bova is a Global Customer Growth and Innovation Evangelist at Salesforce.

Why Emotional Intelligence is Indispensable for Leaders

Women on Business

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How Great Leaders Simplify Decision-Making (And Just Get Stuff Done)

Terry Starbucker

Back in 1987, when I was hired by Jack Kent Cooke at the ripe young age of 27 to be the COO of a cable TV company, he wasted very little time to initiate me into the world of executive management.

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7 Ways Extroverts Can Better Engage Introverts

Ron Edmondson

I write a lot about introversion, because I’m an introvert. I released my book The Mythical Leader in 2017. One of the parts I receive the most positive feedback on is the part I write about introverts.

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Quotes And Leadership Lessons From The Hurricane Heist

Joseph Lalonde

Sometimes you just want to go to a mindless movie. One where you can sit back, relax, and laugh with your wife. That’s what Pam and I thought when we saw the previews for The Hurricane Heist. Cheesy. Stupid. When you have a movie based on the idea of a group of criminals robbing the U.S.

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Don’t Leave Workplace Civility to Chance

Leading Blog

W E'RE FACING a respect crisis. Civility and respect are not the norm in daily workplace interactions. They’re not the norm in our communities, either. Our own observations make us keenly aware of these dynamics. Now there is research to - unfortunately - support our observations.

Trust Builders: Five Ways To Convince Your Team You Trust Them

Let's Grow Leaders

If your team doesn’t think you trust them, there’s no way they’ll trust you. And of course, when results are lagging or stakes are high, you’re only human if your first inclination is to be just a little skeptical. After all, there’s […].

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The Music of Day-to-Day Leadership

Leadership Freak

If you want to be a better leader, choose better words. Power of words: People determine if you are positive or negative, backward-looking or forward-focused, follower or leader, weak or powerful by… Continue reading → Communication Complaints Leadership Development

The Case for Culture Integration in Mergers and Acquisitions

Jesse Lyn Stoner Blog

Expect an acceleration of merger and acquisition (M&A) activity in 2018. According to the latest research by Deloitte, over 1000 corporate and private equity executives report an anticipated increase in both the number of deals and the size of transactions.

Who’s in Your Canoe? 5 Things to Consider When Building a New Team

RapidStart Leadership

I’m building a new team; who should be on it? Often we just inherit the teams we lead, but occasionally we have the opportunity to build a new team from scratch. How do you know who to pick? Here are five action steps you can take when building a … Who’s in Your Canoe?

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Understanding Employee Performance – is it Will or Skill?

Kevin Eikenberry

If you coach others you have certainly thought about why people succeed at a task … or don’t. Make no mistake that the solution is complex. There is a question that can help in your thinking: Is it will or skill (that leads them to achieve or not achieve something)?

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37% of Managers Don’t Give Positive Feedback – How to Stop Complaining

Leadership Freak

It’s easier to complain than take responsibility to make something better. One morning, not long ago, I set out to NOT complain for a day. That morning at 7:00 a.m I met a… Continue reading → Complaints Communication Leadership Development

State of Women-Owned Small Businesses – Infographic

Women on Business

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When you need to reset

Aspire-CS

I love my work. Yet on occasion I need to do a check-in with myself because I might be feeling self-critical, stale, or heavy about it, and that can impact my effectiveness. That’s when I need a reset to help me to get back on track.

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Focusing on Productivity – Remarkable TV

Kevin Eikenberry

At the end of last year I wrote a blog post titled, Eight Ways to Be a Better Leader in 2018. And in today’s video, I am focusing on just one of those ways, specifically: More Productivity Less Place. Tweet it out: Focus what people are accomplishing, not where they are doing the work.

The #1 Thing That Most Improved my Productivity

Leadership Freak

There is no such thing as time management. Time can’t be managed. It simply is. Nothing you do changes time. Time management is really self-management. Everyone who has trouble managing time is really… Continue reading → Time management Leadership Development leadership success organizational success

Being a Natural Female Business Leader

Women on Business

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Non-Verbal Customer Communication: It’s More Important Than You Think

Strategy Driven

When we think about communicating with customers, our focus is usually on establishing the right things to say. However, as any communications expert will tell you, there is far more to getting your message across than just words.

Fusion: How Integrating Brand and Culture Powers the World’s Greatest Companies

Kevin Eikenberry

by Denise Lee Yohn Organizational culture is one of the most talked about and written about topics in leadership literature these days. There is good reason this is true: Peter Drucker’s famous line says it best – “Culture eats strategy for breakfast.”

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7 Ways to Take Responsibility for Team Success

Leadership Freak

The simplest definition of ‘leader’ is someone with followers. But how can you be worthy of being followed? Leadership is a matter of how to be, not how to do.” Frances Hesselbein “Becoming… Continue reading → Leading Listening Marks of leaders Servant-leadership Growth Leadership Development leadership success

12 Random Leadership Observations

Ron Edmondson

I’ve been studying leadership for years, and share so many thoughts about it here. These are more observations than they are tips, and they are random, but I’ve found them to be true.

Bedroom to Boardroom: Transforming Ideas Into Fully-Fledged Businesses

Strategy Driven

Think you have what it takes to be a masterful entrepreneur? Do you think that you’ve got a brilliant idea that no one has ever thought of? Are you confident that you could do a better job than other entrepreneurs you’ve met or heard about?

Why Your Credit Score Matters as a Small Business Owner

Women on Business

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Special Assistant to The Secretary of Corrections Explains How to Support Leaders

Leadership Freak

Secretary John Wetzel leads the Department of Corrections for the State of Pennsylvania. It’s an organization with a $2.6 billion budget and 18,000 employees. This post reflects my conversation with Deb Sahd, John’s… Continue reading → Interview Leadership Development organizational success

Is Your Brand Hurting Your Recruiting?

Great Leadership By Dan

Guest post from Mark Miller: I was recently involved in research to answer the question, “What attracts Top Talent?” In conjunction with outside agencies, our research sought insight from more than 7,000 people, collected through various methods across the U.S. The three core expectations that ALL Top Talent expect from a company are Culture, the Basics and the Brand. Culture is the obvious one. The stronger and more vibrant your culture, the greater your chances of attracting Top Talent.

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Three SEO Considerations When Choosing Your Next Hosting Company

Strategy Driven

Let’s start with a couple of statements about hosting. True: hosting companies do not generally affect your organic ranking. False: hosting companies have no bearing on your SEO.

Live-Blogging From Catalyst West

Joseph Lalonde

I’ve had the pleasure to bring you live blog updates from Catalyst Atlanta over the years. Today, I have the pleasure to introduce you to another Catalyst conference. Catalyst West takes place in Irvine, California at Mariners Church.

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A Realistic Approach to Taking Breaks to Get More Done

Leadership Freak

Rushing around with your hair on fire lowers productivity. Take breaks to get more done. Sleep: The idea that top leaders are burning the candle at both ends is a myth according to… Continue reading → energy

Heading into the Unknown? Get REAL

Great Leadership By Dan

Guest post by John Knights: How many of those in leadership roles we encounter slot into this description of Rational, Ego based, As usual Leaders. You’ve probably come across them. All they use are sticks and carrots as motivational tools and wonder why people won’t go that extra mile. They’re more concerned about how things will look to others when they make decisions which they do to make themselves look good, or for power, prestige, recognition or reward.

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Do You Have All Of The Tools You Need To Move Your Business Forward?

Strategy Driven

As a business owner, you are possibly going to be looking at many different ways you can move your business forward. You may be looking at the ideas of where you want your business to be in the next six or twelve month, even looking beyond a year and having your five year plan.

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7 Tidbits of Advice For Young Pastors

Ron Edmondson

I started in ministry much later in life. I was 38 when I began vocational ministry. The experience I gained in the business world has helped me greatly in ministry.

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How to Harness Complexity to Produce Radical Innovation

Leadership Freak

Book giveaway!! 20 complimentary copies available. Leave a comment on this guest post by Dr. Sunnie Giles to become eligible to win one of TWENTY complimentary copies of “The New Science of Radical Innovation: The Six… Continue reading → Author Book Notes Leading Leadership Development organizational success

Books To Read This Month

Eric Jacobson

Pictured above are two books to add to your list for reading this month. Let The Story Do The Work explains that at the heart of leadership lies persuasion. And at the heart of persuasion likes storytelling. In her book, author Esther K.

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