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The answer is not over “there”… Blaming, laming and all sorts of other non-productive ways to navigate conflict

Anese Cavanaugh

In my work with clients I notice trends. After all, we’re all human beings; we’re bound to have some similarities in how we navigate our lives, conflicts and leadership in general, right? The “trend” that’s on my mind this morning is twofold – the behavior of looking “outside” for answers and the trend of “blame.” And more specifically in my awareness today is the absolute waste of energy that comes from doing both.

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Lead on Purpose

The following quote by Dee Hock, founder and CEO emeritus at Visa, is spot-on for anyone seeking to become a great leader: Control is not leadership; management is not leadership; leadership is leadership. If you seek to lead

Leading By Example & Mistaken Beliefs | You're Not the Boss of Me

You're Not the Boss of Me

According to Albert Schweitzer, “Example is not the main thing in influencing others, it is the only thing”. If Albert is right about that, then leading by example, although a simple enough concept carries with it a pretty big impact

Is the Real Madrid approach the best way to manage talent?

Chartered Management Institute

A look at the contrasting approaches to talent management employed by Real Madrid and Barcelona in the wake of Real's heavy spending on Kaka and Ronaldo this week. Related Content: Help, my top people keep slipping away What’s new in Talent management? How young is too young to start managing talent? Are you celebrating the Beth Tweddle's in your company? Flexible companies can keep best employees. You are not watching this post, click to start watching.

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Book Review: Find Your Great Work

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Find Your Great Work “No one ever says: 'My life's just too interesting, too stimulating, too provocative, too fulfilling, too engaging…'” All things we do fit into three categories: Bad work: A waste of time, energy and life

Don’t Allow Your Community to Become a Complaint Board for Someone Else’s Forums

Managing Communities

Your community should have it’s own mission. Why do you exist? Who are you? Who are you for? What do you want to be? Those are the things you and your community should be focused on. Unfortunately, what can happen sometimes is that your community is used to talk about another community in a negative way. [.].

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How Can I Help You? What Do You Want to Know?

Managing Communities

I would really like to do more mailbag type features here on ManagingCommunities.com. I’d like to answer your questions in a post, provide you with some information that you are looking for and link to your site in the process (if you have one - totally optional). Anonymous questions are welcomed, as well, if you’d [.].