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Book Review: Innovation: Need of the Hour

Managing Leadership

Sramana Mitra is a successful businesswoman who has developed specific and focused ideas on how entrepreneurs can improve their chances, how this can help the economy, and how the economy itself might better be structured to encourage this worthwhile outcome. The latest in this series is certainly no exception. Give it a try!

Leadership Quotes for Servant Leaders

Modern Servant Leader

Communication Tips - Using the DISC Model to Write Better Emails.

The Recovering Engineer

A quick tip for how to apply knowledge of the DISC model to email and other written communication

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We've got leaders. What we need is leadership | Three Star Leadership Blog (@WallyBock) [del.icio.us]

Weekly Leader

Love this post by my friend and @WeeklyLeader teammate Wally Bock on leadership, management and supervision. leadership management supervision wallybock

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Leadership Lesson - Showing Up for Work Is NOT the Goal

Building Personal Strength

Sheila had a “problem boss.” He never affirmed or praised the good things she did. Not only did he have poor people skills, he micro-managed.

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Honesty and Trust - The Foundation of Relationships

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I know this fellow who's been a close friend of mine for over 40 years. In all that time, he's never lied to me. He's had his chances. Coates, Ph.D.,

The Leadership Walk

Kevin Eikenberry

We are all on a walk. It is the journey we take each day as a leader. We have conversations and interactions; some small

Your Voice of Encouragement: Affirming: The Second Step of.

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It's important to let the person talk about what's bothering her

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The Top 11 Signs That You’re a Bad Boss | American Express OPEN Forum (@work_matters) [del.icio.us]

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Simple leadership self test from Stanford GSB prof Bob Sutton, author of Good Boss Bad Boss. leadership bobsutton boss behavior

Leaders Learn Best ON THE JOB, Not in the Classroom

Building Personal Strength

Creating books, videos and training programs for leadership development is a multi-billion dollar industry. My answer may surprise you. Coates, Ph.D.,

Managing Remotely

What Do You Want From Them

Do you think it is difficult to work remotely? What I mean is 'telecommuting', where you sit at a desk many miles away from your colleagues. Does one have to have a different work style to manage resources remotely? In my opinion, within reason, there is no real difference. Why do I say that? First meetings are always a bit tense. Skype).

Leadership Strengths vs. Weaknesses: The Silly Debate « Linked 2.

Linked 2 Leadership

Please Decide. Which one do you choose to do: Focus on Strengths, or Focus on Weaknesses?

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Nine fast (and not so fast) fixes for poor two-way communication

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Henry Ford - The Wisdom That Comes from Creating an Industry

Building Personal Strength

It seems to me that if you're the kind of person who can help create an industry - as Bill Gates, Walt Disney, Sam Walton, Malcolm S. I never have.

To Impart Your Values

Michael Lee Stallard

How do you impart values to the people you are responsible for leading, including your children?

The Rainmaker Fab Five Blog Picks of the Week

Maximizing Possibility

Happy Tuesday - I hope you had a wonderful Labor Day holiday! Enjoy

Important leadership content you can apply immediately.

EnLeadership

Great idea! Here we will share one of our weekly learning

Mountain Stream Relaxation Video

Building Personal Strength

There's something something about the sound of running water in nature - a waterfall, a stream. Use this video as a way to relax. Good stuff.

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Labor Day for Leaders

Modern Servant Leader

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Good Boss, Bad Boss

Kevin Eikenberry

This week's Resource Recommendation: Good Boss, Bad Boss: How to Be the Best and Learn From the Worst by Robert Sutton. This is a brand new book. (It

A Letter from Chile

Next Level Blog

Last week, I wrote a post on the lessons in leadership we're receiving from the Chilean miners trapped in their copper mine.

Are You Strong Enough to Accept the Truth?

Building Personal Strength

“You can’t handle the truth!” shouts Marine colonel Nathan Jessup (Jack Nicholson) in the 1992 movie, “A Few Good Men.” The outburst comes when Navy lieutenant Dan Kaffe (Tom Cruise) presses the colonel to reveal sordid facts that are crucial to a case. Whenever I think about acceptance, that scene comes back to me. It was a huge wake-up call.

Why Joe Pulizzi Gets Paid the Big Bucks; How You Can Too

C-Level Strategies

by Lisa Petrilli… Because he's brilliant and he's right. Let me back up a step.

The Dangers of Living in the World of But

Kevin Eikenberry

It isn't always easy to hold two seemingly conflicting ideas in your mind at the same time.

Thought-full Thursday: Appreciative Leadership

Aspire-CS

Every Thursday, we provide you with a thoughtful way to coach yourself – something all leaders need to do. Your comments and answers to the

Remembering 9/11 | N2Growth Blog

N2Growth Blog

Resolving Conflict

Leading Strategies

The value of conflict is a controversial topic in many circles. Either extreme is dysfunctional as conflict can play a vital role in a

Trust the Process

Chris Brady

What you believe about what you CAN achieve determines what you WILL achieve. It's what we know that just isn't so that holds us back the most.

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Let Them See You as Human

Aspire-CS

A young and inexperienced supervisor I know expressed a desire to become more of a leader in his organization.

9 Interview Tips Leaders Use For Picking Winners « Linked 2 Leadership

Linked 2 Leadership

Interview Process. Are you a pretty smart manager? I bet that you probably are! Do you REALLY know how to conduct an interview so that you pick

Bootstrap Leadership

Leading Strategies

Here is a GREAT quote: “Leadership is difficult but not complex.”

The Art of the Setback

C-Level Strategies

by Lisa Petrilli… I experienced a setback in my life last week. The nature of the setback is, in and of itself, irrelevant.

Video Book Club: The Power of Pull

Next Level Blog

Happy end of summer everyone. Probably like a lot of you, I spent some time in August catching up on my reading. Please click the headline to read

The role of HRM in Thai Companies

Talent Technologies

Is our HR function adding value?