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How Great Leaders Bring Out the Best in Others

Lead from Within

Learning how to bring out the best in others is one of the most important things you will ever do as a leader. Once you have confidence in yourself and feel you’re on the road to being the person you want to be, it’s time to focus on bringing out the best in others.

What Have You Learned from Your Worst Boss Ever?

Next Level Blog

My first job out of graduate school was as a first year associate in a Wall Street investment bank whose last of the 10 corporate values they printed in their annual report was, “Have fun!” Sadly, I did not. Decades later, it remains the worst place I ever worked or have seen other people working in in 20 years of leadership development work.

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Creating Positive Energy and Safe Space via Weekly Culture Check-In Chats (2 min read)

Anese Cavanaugh

We recently had a team meeting where we got very little done. We had a list of five things to knock out, we completed two. We ended up having a significant conversation about our culture and how we were each doing.

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Lessons in Leadership to Last a Lifetime

Leading Blog

A FTER 18 YEARS on the MIT faculty, I thought I knew a thing or two about leadership. After all, I was tenured and had supervised dozens of students seeking undergraduate and postgraduate degrees.

Workplace Mask Policy & Return to Work Templates

Paycor’s comprehensive checklist and customizable letters will help you re-start your business and welcome your team back to a new normal.

Win the Heart

Lead Change Blog

Every great company has an engaged workforce, and nurturing a culture of engagement is at the heart of great leadership — employees who really care about their work, their coworkers, and the organization can supercharge a company’s success. But for many years, engagement has been suffering.

Controlling the Flow: Why Today’s Leaders Have To Be Plumbers Too

Terry Starbucker

There’s a role a leader must play that in this day and age is even more important than being a teacher or mentor. It’s the role of a plumber. Yep, a plumber. Think about this for a minute – a plumber deals with pressure and flow all the time –in this case as it pertains to water.

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11 Shifts Every Leader Needs to Make

Leading Blog

T O GET FROM where we are to where we want to be requires a shift in our thinking. When our thinking shifts in an area, our perspective changes, and new opportunities become visible. We serve people differently.

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5 Skills Needed in the Workforce by 2020

Lead Change Blog

By the year 2020, the workplace will require some unique skills in order to thrive, to be resilient, and to relish an ever-changing world. Now is the time to begin developing them. The Institute for the Future teamed up with the University of Phoenix Research Institute to pinpoint skills that are the result of several current economic drivers. Skill #1: Sense-Making. This requires one to determine the deeper meaning or significance of what is being expressed.

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Instill Confidence in Employees

Career Advancement

“Trust is a core currency of any relationship. Sometimes our need to control and micromanage everything erodes our confidence in ourselves and others. The truth: People are much more capable than we think. A hearty dose of trust is often what’s needed to unlock the magic.

Quotes And Leadership Lessons From John Wick

Joseph Lalonde

Keanu Reeves stars as legendary assassin John Wick in this great action film from 2014. With John Wick: Chapter 3 releasing in May, I thought this would be a perfect time for a Reel Leadership article about John Wick.

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9 Ways to Manage Costs and Prepare for Future Growth

SMB leaders are working day and night to navigate the COVID-19 crisis. Successfully managing it requires the CFO and HR leader to make complex decisions quickly, without rushing into an uncoordinated response. Foremost among these decisions will be cost containment. The way organizations manage costs now will determine how well they perform during and after COVID-19. Download our guide and start preparing for the future today.

35 Leadership Quotes from the 10th Global Peter Drucker Forum

Leading Blog

T HE 10th annual Global Peter Drucker Forum was held in November 2018 in Drucker's home town of Vienna, Austria. This year’s theme was Management: The Human Dimension. The following are 35 quotes from the two-day event that are worth reflecting on: ?

March 2019 Leadership Development Carnival

Lead Change Blog

Welcome to the March Leadership Development Carnival. We’re excited to share posts from leadership experts from around the globe on the topics of communication, productivity, development, engagement, team-building, and more. Communication. Mary Ila Ward of Horizon Point Consulting shared Is Your Workplace Full of Facts or Opinions? She asks: “How often do you get fact and opinion confused?

The Eraser Test: How to Know When It’s Time for a Change

RapidStart Leadership

How do we know when to change the plan? A casual remark by a friend last week got me thinking about the idea of flexibility and change. As leaders, we choose the objectives and set the course.

The Uneducated Leader

Joseph Lalonde

Getting your foot in the door of a leadership position can be difficult, if not seemingly impossible. Yet you can become a leader without an education. Many great organizational leaders have stepped into a leadership role without formal education.

HR Benchmark Report: How to Recruit, Coach & Develop Teams

Do you really want a team of all-stars? Instead of trying to hire all Type A high performers, research shows it’s much more effective to hire a mix of personalities. In this report, Paycor will explain why and how to go about assembling, coaching, and developing effective teams at work.

How to Respond When You Can’t Use an Idea

Let's Grow Leaders

When You Can’t Use an Idea, Pivot to Get More Ideas “I need people to think.” Mattias, the CEO of a mid-sized human service provider, leaned back in his chair and sighed. They have all kinds of idea that just don’t work. […]. The post How to Respond When You Can’t Use an Idea appeared first on Let's Grow Leaders. courageous cultures Creativity FOSU: Fear of Speaking Up Winning Well communication ideas innovation leadership management micro-innovation problem solving

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Why you need to get personal at work

Aspire-CS

Photo credit: 123rf. Some leaders think that they shouldn’t develop “personal relationships” with their employees and other stakeholders at work. When asked why they feel that way, they say that it would be unethical, immoral, and make them vulnerable to criticism.

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Getting the Most from a Diverse, Mixed-Age Team

Women on Business

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Your Culture is Not A Secret (So Protect Your Ethics)

Leading in Context

By Linda Fisher Thornton One of my favorite concepts for understanding how social media is changing the visibility of organizational culture is Trendwatching.com's report Glass Box Brands. As Trendwatching.com elequently explains, "In an age of radical transparency, your internal culture is your brand." The key point I take away from this important report is that we can no longer assume that our culture is private. In fact, it's completely public and it defines our brand.

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3 Reasons to Invest in a Learning Culture: RECRUIT, RETAIN, ENGAGE

One of the least explored and most effective ways to drive recruiting, retention, and overall employee engagement is to establish a learning culture. If this is an area where you need help (or if you could just use a refresher) let Paycor walk you through actionable tips and insights on how you can develop the learning culture that works best for your business.

How to Unlock Your Team’s Best Ideas

Let's Grow Leaders

To get your team’s best ideas, ask courageous questions. Have you ever watched a team member do something insightful, helpful, or creative and asked them why they hadn’t shared it with everyone else? Their answer holds the key to unlocking your […]. The post How to Unlock Your Team’s Best Ideas appeared first on Let's Grow Leaders. Communication courageous cultures courageous questions ideas leadership management problem solving solutions

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One Thing Organizations Must Provide New Supervisors

Kevin Eikenberry

Every day, in organizations everywhere, people are promoted to their first leadership role. They receive titles like supervisor, lead, foreman, or front-line leader. The titles matter less than the situation – people are moving from doing the work to leading the work.

How a Magazine Can Help Increase Your Sales

Women on Business

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Where does motivation come from?

Jason Womack

Title : Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates U s. Author : Daniel H. Pink Web site / Videos. How I got the book : Amazon.com. How long it took to read : 170 minutes / 4 reading sessions. Read cover-to-cover : yes / NO.

The HR Playbook: Reduce Turnover with Employee Benefits

Companies with the right mix of benefits saw a 138% drop in employee turnover. Learn how you can lower your employee attrition rate and retain top talent.

A 3 Step Conversation Starter for Dynamic Teams

Leadership Freak

75% of cross-functional teams are dysfunctional. Tabrizi) (Any team that has members from different departments is cross-functional. If marketing and production are present, for example, your team is cross-functional.) 7 challenges of… Continue reading → Success Teams Leadership Development Meetings organizational success

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A New Type of Onboarding – Remarkable TV

Kevin Eikenberry

You likely have a program of some sort when new employees join your organization – most call it onboarding – but do you have the same process for NEW supervisors? These onboarding processes are so valuable for new employees, but they can also have value for new supervisors.

The IFB Leadership Model

Great Leadership By Dan

Guest post from Yvette Bethel : Within each organization exists an ecosystem that extends beyond its boundaries into the external environment. Some workplaces are more complex than others and without a strategy to shape their cultures the conditions within can be continuously affected by interacting internal and external dynamics.

A Big Leadership Lesson from a Small Spider

Lead from Within

There’s a story about Robert the Bruce (Robert I), a 14th-century king of Scotland. As he was struggling to protect his kingdom against the English, he found himself driven from his castle and forced to flee to keep from being taken prisoner.

How to Build a Competitive Benefits Package

An attractive benefits program can be a highly effective recruiting and retention tool. But to make benefits a competitive advantage, employers must get creative with their benefits strategy or risk losing out on the best talent. Learn how to build a benefits package that your employees will love.

Assessing Manager Commitment to Change

Change Starts Here

A recent article at Harvard Business Review titled, “Why Visionary Leadership Fails,” describes how it is counterproductive to teach managers how to lead change if they aren’t in fact committed to leading the desired change, project, or strategy.

You Have Questions, We Have Answers

Kevin Eikenberry

If you are a new leader or supervisor, you likely have questions about the complex world you now find yourself in. If you lead new supervisors, you may wish there was a place they could get some additional answers to their questions. Never fear, Guy and Kevin are here.

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The Impact of the CEO on Leadership Development

Great Leadership By Dan

I'm going through and cleaning up some old posts and found this one from 2007. I still find this one to be very true 12 years later. A Genie (actually an HR Vice-president at a former company) once asked me, “ Dan, if you could make a wish and only do one thing for leadership development, what would it be?” You see, this was a company that was going through some tough belt-tightening, and we spent a lot of time making hard choices as to what to keep and what to cut.

Women as Ethical Hackers – Seize This Growing Career Opportunity

Women on Business

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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.