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Do You Have Leadership Double-Vision? Should You?

RapidStart Leadership

It takes a kind of leadership double-vision to help your team reach its goals; here's how seeing this way can help you get things done that matter. The post Do You Have Leadership Double-Vision? Should You? appeared first on RapidStart Leadership.

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It’s Okay To Not Be Good

Joseph Lalonde

It’s easy to look at someone else and think “Man, they’re good. They always do the right thing. They always make the right decision.” ” It’s easy to think everyone else is good while you’re not. We get this way in our hobbies.

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3 Strategies That Will Help Your Employees Achieve Their Goals

Tanveer Naseer

As a leader, you’re responsible for accomplishing many tasks, most critical among them is setting and articulating the strategic goals of your team and organization. Of course, creating goals is not the same thing as achieving them. And most of us have certainly set out goals for ourselves and our.

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Hope Is What People Need from Leaders Today

Michael Lee Stallard

Wouldn’t it be nice if a new year truly ushered in a fresh start? The optimism we may have ordinarily had in past years as we turned the calendar to January and considered all of the new possibilities that lay ahead of us is a little harder to muster up this time.

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.

Meaningful Leadership Conversations with Jessica Pettitt

Let's Grow Leaders

This episode has it all – poignant wisdom, 6th graders influencing billionaires, mason jar soup, even Darth Vader jokes. Above all, you’ll get practical wisdom to help you show up with grace and dignity for some of the conversations that many leaders find most challenging.

Quotes And Leadership Lessons From American Underdog

Joseph Lalonde

A Reel Leadership Article. Have you ever felt like an underdog? Were you picked last for sports or business? Sometimes we feel like no one wants us. That’s how the football player Kurt Warner (Zachary Levi) felt. He knew he was good. He knew he could play.

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How to Maintain Your Mojo This Year

Next Level Blog

So, this is usually the week when your good intentions for the year smack up against the reality of the work at hand. In the words of the great philosopher, Mike Tyson, “Everybody’s got a plan until they get hit in the jaw.”

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Asking For a Friend 2021 Highlights Part 2

Let's Grow Leaders

Karin Hurt shares highlights from the 2021 season of Asking for a Friend Live. With thought leaders sharing insights about how to show up as a confident, courageous, and trusted leader. This is part 2 of Asking for a Friend 2021. If you missed part one you can view that here.

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Eight Clear Signs You’re Ready To Lead

Joseph Lalonde

When you are working in the right industry, it’s very easy to see the top of the career ladder. You know where you’re going, where your ambition is taking you and you start to devise a plan so that you can get there. Going from the bottom of a company into a leadership position is […].

15 Questions that Change the Way People Think

Leadership Freak

Life begins to change when you change the way you think. Change the way you think about yourself to extend your potential. Change the way you think about others to increase your impact.…

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.

Top Post Series of 2021: Leading in Context Blog

Leading in Context

By Linda Fisher Thornton The Top Post Series for last year on the Leading in Context Blog reflected the ethical challenges of repairing damaged trust in organizations. It featured three areas of managing trust that are most often lacking in organizations. Use these posts to assess your organization's level of trust and determine how to make needed repairs.

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Conversation with Walt Rakowich on Connection Culture

Michael Lee Stallard

Earlier this week, I had the opportunity to participate in a LinkedIn Live conversation with Walt Rakowich, former CEO of S&P 500 firm Prologis and author of the book Transfluence.

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Host A Leadership Book Fair

Joseph Lalonde

Who doesn’t have fond memories of the Scholastic book fairs that happened regularly at your elementary school? I vividly remember tables upon tables of books. Each one was more enticing than the last.

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Management Rules During Constant Crisis

Leadership Freak

In the past you wondered when the next crisis would hit. You don’t wonder that today.

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11 Proven Ways to Turn Your Culture into a Culture of Innovation

Learn the 11 proven strategies that you can implement quickly to get every employee innovating and contributing to the growth of your company.

Employee Retention: What You Can Do to Reduce Burnout

leaderCommunicator

Through the "Great Resignation," employees are sending a strong message that their needs aren’t being met at work. The demands and challenges of the pandemic have led people to reexamine their lives and priorities and one topic in particular comes up often: burnout. What is employee burnout?

What is the Future of Work?

Kevin Eikenberry

We would all like to see the future more clearly. In times of cataclysmic change, the desire to look into the future is more important than ever. That is why the question “What is the future of work?” is the most important question for leaders to consider right now.

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Tips on Getting Back to Work After Rehab

Joseph Lalonde

Every time you go through a harrowing ordeal, it can be hard to get back into the swing of things. The same thing goes for when someone is trying to get back to work after rehab. However, after a long stint in rehab, you might be feeling excited about getting back to work. However, it […].

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When People Think Differently About Themselves

Leadership Freak

Over the years, I’ve asked leaders to tell me about a tipping point in their lives. They typically give me the same answer. The question goes something like, “Tell me about a time… Continue reading → Encouragement Leadership Development Marks of leaders encouragement Growth Leadership

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The First 90 Days: Onboarding Checklist

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

Comment on Conversations That Build Psychological Safety by Lalit

QAspire

I just want to add that if you are a leader who likes the post above, you also may be interested to read book Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life by Marshall B. Rosenberg, Arun Gandhi.

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A Personal Look at the Great Resignation – Remarkable TV

Kevin Eikenberry

“The great resignation.” ” It’s a hot topic right now and it’s mostly been discussed as as a macroeconomic concept. What is it doing to organizations? What’s causing it? What can organizations do about it?

How to work hard and smart in business management

Strategy Driven

It’s the greatest challenge of our modern age: maintaining a healthy work-life balance and maximizing your productivity to help your business and career thrive. The last two years have significantly changed many perceptions and attitudes around presenteeism and productivity with the pandemic.

Smart Leadership: Four Simple Choices to Scale Your Leadership

Leadership Freak

New Book Giveaway! 35 copies available!! Leave a comment on this guest post by Mark Miller to become eligible for one of 35 complimentary copies of his new book, “Smart Leadership: Four Simple Choices… Continue reading → Author Book Notes Decisions Leadership Development Leading

The Ultimate Guide to Executive Recruiting

Sourcing the right executive candidates and filling key managerial roles in an organization can be difficult, even in the best of times. Download this eBook to level up your discovery process, talent sourcing, and strategies for reaching your best-fit candidates.

LVMH’s Bernard Arnault: The Extraordinary CEO (Europe’s richest person’s Fashion Empire)

CEO Insider

With a net worth of $167 billion, the LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton CEO Bernard Arnault surpassed Bill Gates to become the third richest person globally. The French businessman is the driving force behind some of the biggest luxury fashion brands in the world.

You Are the Brand

Kevin Eikenberry

Personal branding. You might think that is a topic for writers, speakers, coaches, and entrepreneurs. That is actually who You are the Brand by Mike Kim is written for.

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The Pros & Cons Of Developing Your Own Business Software

Strategy Driven

No matter what business you run, you will use various software products throughout the day. These could include HR software, accounting software, marketing software, and so on. Some of these things you will use every single day, and form a key role in how your business operates.

Leader’s Guide to Change: What You Need to Know and Do

leaderCommunicator

Every leader will at some point be responsible for leading their organization through change. And when that happens, it’s not uncommon to discover that the experience is far from business as usual. Leading change requires different mindsets, skills and techniques than many leaders practice regularly.

12 Plays to Kickstart Your Recruitment Process

To stay ahead in this race, every recruiter needs a good playbook. In this eBook, we lay out 12 recruiting plays that can automate key steps in your recruitment process, helping you reduce both the cost and the time it takes to hire the best candidates.

Is empathy the great resignation’s secret solution?

CEO Insider

There’s a lot being said right now about the “great resignation.” And rightly so. According to Microsoft’s 2021 Work Trend Index, two in five workers (41%) worldwide are likely to consider leaving their current employer within the next year. Meanwhile, the U.S.

How the “Sponsor Update” Can Open Doors for Your Consulting Firm

David A Fields

Consulting firms often become disconnected from the sponsor as their work revolves around lower-level personnel. A simple check-in format will keep you connected at the highest levels and position your consulting firm for follow-on projects.

The Skills that Every Entrepreneur Must Have

Strategy Driven

Whether you’re a homemaker turning a hobby into a business or a dedicated innovator looking to create the next big thing, there are certain basic skills that you can improve and build upon to enhance your chances of success.

How to Develop a Radical Product Thinking Mindset

Skip Prichard

Creating world-class products and services is a discipline that some organizations seem to master, and others struggle to achieve. We read about the visionaries like Elon Musk and Steve Jobs and may think it is a magical gift bestowed on the few.

12 Tips for Selling to the C-Suite

The question for sales pros is this: Are you ready for the challenge, and opportunity, of selling to the C-suite? The following 12 tips can help ensure that you and your team are.