Sat.Sep 09, 2017 - Fri.Sep 15, 2017

25 Encouraging Bible Verses For Young Leaders

Joseph Lalonde

Three years ago I shared an article titled 20 Encouraging Bible Verses For Young Leaders. Today, I want to add to the list of encouraging Bible verses for young leaders. The Bible is one of the greatest business books any leader could read.

3 Reasons Why Great Leaders Welcome Help

Great Leadership By Dan

Guest post from Victor Prince : A few of summers ago, I hiked the ancient Camino de Santiago pilgrimage trail across Spain. It was the best month of my life for many reasons.

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5 Necessary Ingredients In Healthy Delegation

Ron Edmondson

I have seen, and probably been accused of, dumping responsibilities on people inappropriately and calling it delegation. Also from experience, this form of delegation actually appears to do more harm than good for an organization. It leaves projects undone or completed mediocre at best.

3 Vital Skills Every Leader Needs

Women on Business

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Leadership Lessons And Quotes From Stephen King’s It

Joseph Lalonde

A Reel Leadership Article In 1986, Stephen King released the terrifying horror novel It. Then came the TV mini-series It in 1990 with Tim Curry as the evil clown Pennywise. Now, Stephen King’s It is released to the big screen.

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The Key to a “Whole Person Culture”

Great Leadership By Dan

Guest post from Susan Scott: More and more companies recognize the importance of engaged, fully developed people as employees, and are working to build a “Whole Person Culture.”

One Easy Way to Encourage Your Team

Let's Grow Leaders

I took my bike to the cycling shop for a quick repair before heading out for a beautiful Saturday afternoon ride in Breckenridge. Recognizing me from the last time, the manager asked where I’d been riding so far this summer. I shared, […]. Communication Energy & Engagement encouragement executive communication

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10 Commonalities of Healthy Teams

Ron Edmondson

I am happy to serve on what I believe to be a healthy team. It’s amazing how many church leaders I know who say their team is not healthy. . I have often been asked, however, why I claim our team is healthy. This is simply my opinion, but I can share some things I think healthy teams have in common.

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The Value of Value Chain Analysis in Transforming Your Business

N2Growth Blog

I have a different take on value chain analysis. Most think of it as positioning a business within its ecosystem.

Book on the tree of life pdf

C-Level Strategies

From the time of the Renaissance book on the tree of life pdf, yet the tree does not know itself. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 125: 93, This delicate hand, “nature” and “grace” are heard.

Launching Our Podcast!

Rich Gee Group

I have a quote on the cover of my Welcome Packet I send to all of my clients: “If you’re not continually reinventing yourself, your company, or your brand, it’s only a matter of time before you become obsolete, irrelevant, and end up in the bargain bin.”.

Hope in the Workplace

Lead Change Blog

Hope is important in life — and the workplace is a large part of most people’s lives. We spend more time with our coworkers each day than we do with our families. As a leader, you need to understand your job is to help your employees through the unfolding of their life events.

12 Crucial Questions to Better Decision-Making

Nathan Magnuson

Decisions fascinate me. Occasionally they come easily. Sometimes they are difficult. Oftentimes they’re stressful. Some have huge implications. Most have a variety of influencing factors. Some decisions turn out perfectly. Some blow up entirely.

5 Top Leadership Articles for the Week of September 11, 2017

Let's Grow Leaders

Each week I read a number of leadership articles from various online resources and share them across social media. Here are the five leadership articles readers found most valuable last week. I have added my comment about each article and would like […]. Top Leadership Articles accountability credibility employee engagement leadership management relationships results

How to Lead a Change You Don’t Agree With

Kevin Eikenberry

As a leader, change is part of your job description; it comes with the territory. And while leading change with others involved is always complex, in some situations, it seems almost impossible.

How to Listen Like a Leader

Leadership Freak

Listening like a leader enables you to make the world about others. An outward mindset precedes leadership. Get started: Take out a pen and paper. Write your responses to the questions that follow.… … Continue reading → Listening Leadership Development

4 Risks of Attempting Risk-Free Change

Ron Edmondson

As leaders, we all want to limit the risk in the hard decisions we make. Personally, whenever we are about to make a major change or launch some new initiative, I want our team to think through things which could go wrong. I want to know who is going to be upset with the change.

The Secret Steps to Using Stress to Your Advantage

Lead Change Blog

Why do we have stress? What causes us to feel that stress? Why do we choose the coping responses we choose when stress arises? Are there other, better coping strategies that could turn any kind of stress to our advantage? The answer to these questions is “ YES! ” .

Having a Great Handshake

Kevin Eikenberry

A handshake has way more significance that you might think. It’s often the first impression that people have of you and it is communicating a lot. In today’s video, I’m giving you a few pointers (pun intended?) to make sure that your handshake is saying what you want it to say.

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The Power of the Leader’s Calling

Leadership Freak

Goals and strategies are useful, but nothing trumps calling. Leadership is the calling to bring your best self in service to others. Define success in terms of personal excellence, not results. Achievements are less… Continue reading → Marks of leaders Personal Growth Stress Success Growth Leadership Development

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Are you making a difference?


Although leaders may get great personal satisfaction from leading a team that accomplishes greatness, it’s in giving to others that creates conditions for the work to be exceptional.

Livestock farming business plan sample pdf

C-Level Strategies

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Are You Carrying Around Digital Baggage?

Joseph Lalonde

Social Media May Be Weighing You Down As I was sitting with a good friend of mine, Jeff of The Lounging Space, discussing life, love, and faith, we began to talk about baggage. Not the typical baggage you may think of. We didn’t talk of lost loves. Or the pain of regret.

7 Ways to Say, “No,” When It’s Easier to Say, “Yes”

Leadership Freak

Tough and mean are two different things. Mean is uncaring. You don’t have to choose between a caring heart and tough decision. 7 Ways to say, “No.” ” #1. Declare good intentions. “I’d I’d love… Continue reading → Coaching Communication Fear Saying No Leadership Leadership Development

Understand Others & Listen Empathetically – Courageous Communicator Quest Challenge 10


During last week’s Challenge , did you notice the impact emotionally connecting with purpose had on your employees? How did they respond? Tapping into people’s emotions allows us to command an audience’s attention and helps drive your organization’s strategy forward.

10 Tips for First-Time Managers – Infographic

Women on Business

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What Does Your Network Look Like?

Talent Anarchy 1

Image courtesy SMR Foundation. Recently, Jason texted me the title of a conference session he was sitting in—Social Capital: Using ONA to Unleash Potential Across an Organization. He added, “this is a good sign.”

An Amazingly Practical Approach to Practicing a Growth Mindset

Leadership Freak

Without exception, growth is a lifelong process for all successful leaders. You may be mature in a few areas of leadership, but we’re all infants in many. Community: Growth requires community. We… Continue reading → Feedback Humility Marks of leaders Personal Growth Success Taking others higher Growth Leadership Leadership Development

What is Your Leadership Legacy?

RapidStart Leadership

One of the greatest challenges for leaders is focusing on the invisible part of what we do. Even as we go about the business of getting things done every day, we are also doing something else.

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Think About Your Employees, Not Yourself, When Creating a Theme for Your Strategy


I heard an interesting comparison recently. When you see people on the street talking to themselves, they are often classified as “crazy.” Yet what do we call it when we talk to ourselves inside organizations? Marketing or communications.”.

Four Ways to Break Career Stagnation

Career Advancement

“I believe ambition is not a dirty work, it’s believing in yourself and your abilities. Imagine this: what would happen if we were all brave enough to believe in our own ability, to be a little more ambitious. I think the world would change.” ~ Reese Witherspoon ~. Aaron felt like he was stuck.

Feeling Like Myself Again

Leadership Freak

A leader told me he was learning a lot. I ask, “What are you learning?” ” He couldn’t name one thing. If don’t know what you’re learning, you aren’t learning. I took three years… Continue reading → Anger Coaching Feedback Personal Growth


Thinking About Career Change? #Podcast Interview With Beverly Kaye

Jesse Lyn Stoner Blog

How many jobs do you expect to hold in your lifetime? For baby boomers, research says the number is close to 12. The prediction is this number will be a lot higher for the younger generations. So how can you make the best choices about your multiple career moves?

0827 | How the Science of Mental Preparation Can Help You Succeed with Dan McGinn


Daniel McGinn is the author of Psyched Up: How the Science of Mental Preparation Can Help You Succeed.