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How Leaders Can Get the Most from Criticism

Let's Grow Leaders

Criticism: Gift or Garbage? David, I hear what you’re saying about getting the feedback you need to make good decisions. I get it – I really do. But my problem isn’t getting enough feedback – I get too much. Everybody has an […].

5 Ways to Effectively Change an Established Culture

Ron Edmondson

A few weeks ago I had the chance to share at the online Culture Conference, hosted by my friends at Generis and Vanderbloemen. I was asked to share my thoughts on effectively changing an establiblished culture.

3 Easy Steps To Energize Collaboration And Drive Success

Tanveer Naseer

If you’re like most leaders, the arrival of Fall marks the perfect opportunity to assess where we are today in term’s of achieving our yearly goals, and what we should be focusing on to ensure a successful outcome for the end of this year.

5 Tips to Blog Your Way to an Awesome Company Reputation

Women on Business

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Leadership Lessons From A Marathon Run

Joseph Lalonde

What a marathon taught me about leadership. Never in my life did I want to run a marathon. I thought it wasn’t for me. And the distance, 26.2 miles, seemed too far for my legs to carry me. Yet, this past Sunday, I ran my first (and I’m saying my only) marathon.

Humble Leadership

Leading Blog

I T NEVER HURTS TO BE REMINDED of the need for humility. We tend to fall back on transactional relationships and rule-based leadership. Edgar Schein and Peter Schein call this Level 1 based leadership.

6 Smart Steps to Help Your Team Navigate Change

Let's Grow Leaders

Change is Inevitable, Strategic Change is a Choice It’s a hard truth that confounds many leaders: continued success requires continued change. But change isn’t easy. For most people (and therefore most of your team) it’s more comfortable to do what you did […].

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How to Livestream on YouTube to Share Your Expertise

Women on Business

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The Quality All Great Leaders Have in Common – and How to Cultivate It Within Yourself

Great Leadership By Dan

Guest post from Christy Whitman : Above all other qualities, vision is the most essential to extraordinary leadership.

Clarity First

Leading Blog

T O BE CLEAR, we live in a VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous) world. In most cases, it is all man-made, but it is our reality. To be clearer, while our environment may be ambiguous, our organizations should never be.

The Case for Gratitude

Kevin Eikenberry

I recently spoke to a group of sixth, seventh and eighth graders on their first day of school about the ideas in the new culture that they are creating at the school. They call it GRIT. And this week, I am focusing on the first letter, G, which stands for Gratitude.

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10 Things I Learned Leading a Church in Revitalization

Ron Edmondson

This is a longer post than I sometimes have, but I want to share some things I learned in helping revive a church. I shared these many times in conferences, but I haven’t yet shared them here on my blog in this form.

Quotes And Leadership From First Man

Joseph Lalonde

A Reel Leadership Article. When the movie First Man was released, there was a huge controversy. What was the controversy? First Man doesn’t show the astronaut Neil Armstrong planting the United States flag when he sets foot on the moon.

Theodore Roosevelt on Leadership

Leading Blog

A LTHOUGH BORN INTO PRIVILEGE, Theodore Roosevelt’s life was not without struggles, tragedy, and failures. The way he dealt with these experiences, defined his leadership. He referred to life as “The Great Adventure.”

5 Things I Learned From a 6th Grade Bully

Leading in Context

By Linda Fisher Thornton October is Bullying Prevention Month. Most of the people I know were bullied at some point in their lives. As I look back on dealing with a 6th grade bully, I realize that I learned some things from that difficult time. Today I share that story along with resources for preventing bullying. . Context Ethical Leader Ethical Organization bullying ethical interpersonal behavior ethical thinking skills ethics Leadership leadership development

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4 Guarantees of New Leadership

Ron Edmondson

As I thought about this post, I tried to remember the number of times I’ve been the “new” leader. I think I counted about 15 times. This includes being in the corporate world with multiple promotions, owning a couple of businesses, pastoring 4 churches, and now serving at Leadership Network.

Buying an Existing Business: 5 Steps to Success

Women on Business

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Wisdom @ Work: The Making of a Modern Elder

Kevin Eikenberry

by Chip Conley In a world with people from four generations in the workplace, understanding how you can best contribute can be hard. For the older ranks at work, it might be hard to adjust as the “digital natives” begin to lead.

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New Manager Nightmares: 11 Creepy Leaders and How to Avoid Morphing Into One

RapidStart Leadership

“Have you experienced New Manager Nightmares?” ” You are going about your business when suddenly a new manager walks in. A dark cloud seems to blot out the sun, reality distorts, work grinds to a halt, and nothing seems normal anymore.

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Implementing an Organizational Performance Measures System

Strategy Driven

Drive Superior Organizational Performance… Learn how to develop and implement a performance measures system that drives superior performance by aligning managerial decisions and employee actions with your corporate strategy.

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4 Steps to Make Decisions on the Fly

Lead Change Blog

If you are put into a situation where you need to make decisions quickly, you may find that you react differently than you would if you had more time to consider your options. I was reminded of this familiar situation recently when I was in a local coffee shop that uses an iPad screen for payment.

Applying Financial Math to Leadership Success

Kevin Eikenberry

If you are a leader in the world of finance, you might be excited by this title. If math isn’t your favorite subject, you might be wondering if you want to continue. Regardless of the nature of your work or your proficiency with numbers, the ideas I am going to share can be a key […].

The Scariest Thing about Introverts

Leadership Freak

Introverts drive extroverts crazy. Or should I say, extroverts drive introverts crazy? “… 65% of senior corporate executives viewed introversion as a barrier to leadership…” (HBR) The blank stare: The scariest thing about… Continue reading → Communication Personal Growth Taking others higher Leadership Development organizational success

Why Your Business Needs An Online Bank Account

Strategy Driven

Online banking has become increasingly popular over the years with many people choosing to manage their finances online. This is because there are many benefits to online banking such as easy access to your finances, online transfers and much more.

Doing less and being more


Photo credit: 123RF. If you’re striving to work your way up the corporate ladder and you currently love what you do – beware! The more responsibility and people you take on into your employ, the less you should be “doing” the daily work.

So Often


So often, it's not an individual but a system. It's not the projects but the relationships. It's not the specific job but the overall mission. It's not the comment but the context. It's not the past but the present. And keeping your eye on something only counts if it is the right something.

How to Fuel Energy and Explore Possibility

Leadership Freak

The need for a quick solution prevents leaders from asking powerful questions. What if questions are more powerful than statements? Powerful questions: #1. Ignite curiosity. Curiosity comes before solution and innovation. You know… Continue reading → Decisions Questions Leadership Development organizational success

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Leadership Inspirations – Finding a Way

Strategy Driven

“We will either find a way, or make one.” ” Hannibal (247 – 183 B.C.). Carthaginian general, considered one of the greatest military commanders in history. Leadership Inspirations business quote hannibal inspirational quote leadership quote strategydriven

Stop Shoulding… Start Doing

Joseph Lalonde

Are you shoulding everywhere? I far too often find myself shoulding. And I know I shouldn’t should myself. You shouldn’t should yourself either. Shoulding yourself puts you in a bad spot. But what is shoulding? Shoulding is the act of saying “I should take care of my estimated taxes” or “I should spend more time with my wife. She really […] The post Stop Shoulding… Start Doing appeared first on Joseph Lalonde.


The Difference


The difference between successful people and very successful people is that very successful people say 'no' to almost everything. Warren Buffett [Photo by raw pixel at Unsplash

15 Questions that Invent the Future

Leadership Freak

Progress is the answer to a question. If you feel stuck, you have aspiration without progress. But the right question re-ignites forward movement. If you want to invent the future, you must first… Continue reading → Curiosity Motivation Questions Strengths Success Growth Leadership Development

Executive Briefing Cost Reduction Opportunity: Inventory Optimization

Strategy Driven

Safe, Reliable, Cost Effective… Economic demands place increasing pressure on executive and managers to reduce costs while maintaining high levels of operational safety, reliability, and efficiency.

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The Leadership Lab

Coaching Tip

Leaders schooled in rational, left-brained thinking need to adapt to changing political, social and technological forces. This requires not only the ability to drill down into details, but to look across the horizon and make right-brained connections, say leadership experts Chris Lewis and Pippa Malmgren in The Leadership Lab: Understanding Leadership in the 21st Century.

The "Crash and Bang" versus "Knock It Off"


Althouse points to some interesting observations by Jerry Seinfeld about comedy, screwing up and "the crawl-back." An excerpt: We know the routine: the person does something wrong. The person’s humiliated. They’re exiled. They suffer, we want them to suffer.

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Generativity: The Gift of Giving!

Marshall Goldsmith

Steven Berglas is my good friend and one of the foremost authorities on career guidance. Steve recently published a new book, Stay Hungry and Kick Burnout in the Butt. In the book, he talks about the pursuit of wealth and happiness. I love his take on this idea and am happy to share it with you!

How to Avoid a Business Bankruptcy

Strategy Driven

The number of small businesses filing for bankruptcy increases every year, and while bankruptcies don’t always lead to the full closure of the company, in a lot of cases they do. If your dream business is currently on the verge of bankruptcy, don’t panic.

3 Shifts that Expand Influence

Leadership Freak

The way you treat others is the chief culture building influence in your organization. Lousy leaders act like individual contributors. Incompetent leaders can’t see the impact of their attitudes, words, and actions. Newton… Continue reading → Culture Curiosity Humility Leading Marks of leaders