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3 Ways Women Entrepreneurs Can Close the Gender Gap in 2017

Women on Business

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The Best Leadership Books of 2016

Leading Blog

O NCE AGAIN we see that despite our rhetoric, what we are is reflected in our leaders and leadership. Actions have consequences and continuity of character matters. We need to be “urgently” reflective because too often by the time we find out it’s broken, it’s been broken for a very long time.

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The Teslatisation of the Boardroom

N2Growth Blog

I am taking a break at Grand Cafe Loos in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. My mind is spinning around as I try to defragment and reorganize the many experiences, images and memories that have made 2016 such a fascinating year.

Leadership Secrets of Buddy the Elf

RapidStart Leadership

Spoiler Alert – There’s a happy ending. Even if you haven’t seen the movie “ Elf ,” you kind of know that’s how things will turn out. And since the movie stars Will Ferrell, you know you can count on plenty to laugh about along the way to that happy ending.

Six Questions to Ask at the End of the Year

Kevin Eikenberry

I’m a big fan of questions; to inquire, challenge, and inspire. Questions provide the fuel for reflection and the impetus for action. Tweet That) And in this unique time of year where people are more willing to look back and look forward, these questions become especially powerful. Today I share six questions with you – […]. The post Six Questions to Ask at the End of the Year appeared first on Kevin Eikenberry on Leadership & Learning.

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Grandma’s Law: How to Put the Power of Incentive to Work for You

RapidStart Leadership

There’s a simple law you can apply to your goal setting that will definitely help improve the amount of things you’re able to get done. It’s called Grandma’s Law. Today we’ll talk about how you can put Grandma’s Law to work for you and your team. You Gonna Eat That? transcript).

3 Reasons Team Building is Vital for Employee Engagement

Lead Change Blog

Practice doesn’t make perfect, but it does make us better. Building a championship team takes practice.

Top 10 Posts from 2016

Nathan Magnuson

It’s that time again – time to mark the 5th year for the Everyday Leadership site. We’ve had more readers from all over the world and have high hopes for 2017. Thanks for making it another great year! Below I’ve compiled the top 10 posts of 2016.

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How to Win the Battle for Your Schedule and Spend More Time Doing What Matters

Leadership Freak

The elevation of spontaneity and emotion over planning and execution explains why leaders waste themselves on non-essentials. Fall into the spontaneity trap and end up chasing triviality. The spontaneity trap explains why: Corrective… Continue reading → Time management leadership success

11 Leadership Lessons And Quotes From Sing The Movie

Joseph Lalonde

A Reel Leadership Article Illumination Entertainment’s Sing is the story of Buster Moon, a Koala, who has one last chance to save the theater he so longs to see saved. After many failures, it’s do or die time. What’s his solution for saving the theater?

How to Become an Industry Leader

Linked 2 Leadership

It’s hard to get ahead with today’s tough competition. To position yourself as an industry leader, you need a solid online presence to prove that you’re knowledgeable. Here are some ways to increase your exposure and earn your place as an authority figure in your field. Get a Well-Rounded Education If you don’t already have […]. EntrepreLeadership Interpersonal Skills Leadership Development Leadership Online Presence

7 Tips to Read the Bible Through in One Year

Ron Edmondson

Are you up for a challenge? How about reading the Bible through this coming new year? I’ve heard so many people who would love to read the Bible through in a year, but never completed the task.

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The Day You Stop Following is the Day You Stop Leading

Leadership Freak

Everyone follows, especially leaders. You aren’t going very far if you aren’t following someone. The day you stop following is the day you stop leading. Follow others in the same way you would… Continue reading → Taking others higher Growth Leadership Development

The Lead Change Group: 2016 In Review

Lead Change Blog

361 days ago, I pressed “publish” to bring the first Lead Change post of 2016, the January 2016 Leadership Development Carnival , to life. In the intervening days, we have produced 269 blog posts, including 12 Leadership Development Carnivals. We have received 750 comments.

A Year-End Note Of Inspiration To Keep Pushing Ahead

Tanveer Naseer

With the end of one year and the beginning of a new one now upon us, the typical response for many of us is to reflect on what’s transpired over these past 12 months, while at the same time looking ahead in anticipation of what’s to come in the new year.

The Power Of Vulnerability

Joseph Lalonde

No one likes to be seen as weak. Or even vulnerable. We try to hide any sign that we might not be where we need to be. Yet we’re consistently discovering the best way to lead is through our vulnerability. What Is Vulnerability? A lot of us don’t want to show any vulnerabilities.

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How to Face Disruptive Change and Thrive

Leadership Freak

Our response to change, challenge, or turmoil reveals more about us than it says about circumstances. The arrival of Jesus felt like disruptive threat to some and opportunity to others. The same event… Continue reading → Change Curiosity Leading Leadership Development

Is Your LLC Really Protecting You?

Women on Business

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How to Lead People Who Know More Than You Do!

Marshall Goldsmith

By Marshall Goldsmith, Alan Mulally & Sam Shriver / Training Industry Magazine Fall 2016. Peter Drucker presented a very simple definition: “Knowledge Workers are people who know more about what they are doing than their boss does.”

How to create a culture of innovation

Lead on Purpose

Disruptive and incremental innovations: How to ascend the ladders and avoid the snakes Guest post by Gaia Grant and Andrew Grant Current realities are harsh. Whereas once it was enough to bring out slow incremental improvements, to give time to … Continue reading → Innovation culture disruption improvement markets

5 Proven Steps to Success Through Development

Leadership Freak

The most impressive leaders continue developing after they succeed. The thing that makes you spectacular is what you’re reaching for. 5 proven steps to success through development: Evaluate on a scale of one… Continue reading → Personal Growth Leadership Development

5 Criteria for Making New Year’s Resolutions You Will Actually Keep

Ron Edmondson

I love a fresh start. Perhaps it’s because grace is the doctrine I’ve needed so much, but there’s something about a clean slate, which motivates me towards achievement. I’m like this with my desk at the office. I create stacks. Magazines to be read. Notes to be written.

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Getting Children To Lead With Alli Polin – Answers From Leadership Podcast Episode 28

Joseph Lalonde

Today’s guest on the Answers From Leadership podcast is Alli Polin. Alli believes that leadership lessons aren’t only found at work, in a class, from a book, or a title. Personal leadership lessons are present in everyday life – you just have to be open to embracing them.

Seeing your new team through eyes of understanding


“If one does not understand a person, one tends to regard him as a fool” ~C.G. Leaders are attuned to the people around them. Sometimes this means that they focus too strongly on the negative in the people they lead.

How to Feel in Control and Six other Powers of Leadership Rituals

Leadership Freak

Repetitions feels like drudgery. Don’t let disdain of repetition be the reason you miss the power of leadership rituals. 7 powers of leadership rituals: #1. Rituals make you feel powerful. Express your power to… Continue reading → Marks of leaders Success Leadership Leadership Development organizational success

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It’s Time to Credit the Lieutenants and Glamorize the Foot Soldiers

Lead Change Blog

The other day I met for a coffee meeting with a new colleague. We wanted to better understand each other’s professions and objectives in the months ahead.

Building Residual Income By Franchising Your Business

Strategy Driven

The vision for every entrepreneur is to eventually figure out how to scale to the point where the day to day business isn’t reliant on the owner every minute of every day.

20+ Food and Drink WordPresss Themes with WooCommerce Integration

Women on Business

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5 Coaching Tips for Internal Coaches From Internal Coaches

Leadership Freak

I asked a team of internal coaches, “What advice would you give aspiring coaches?” These are people who navigate traditional job responsibilities and coach employees as well. I’ve been working with some of… Continue reading → Coaching

Mastering Your Memory

Coaching Tip

We know so little about our own it should come as little surprise that we know even less about "memory.". How does memory actually work? . How and why do we remember some things and forget others? There are two primary kinds of memory: short term and long term. When we talk about "improving our memory," we are really talking about the latter. Short term memory has both a limited capacity and a limited duration. .

What is the Current State of Business Ethics?

Leading in Context

By Linda Fisher Thornton I met with faculty members and students at Plymouth State University on October 3rd on the topic of "Decoding the Complexity of Doing the Right Thing." They had lots of questions, including the one answered in this video, "What it the Current State of Business Ethics?" This is a question that is 'top of mind' for many people as this year draws to a close. Context Trends 7 Lenses business ethics trends ethics video is ethics getting worse

Energy and Leadership with Rick Maurer

Kevin Eikenberry

Leading during a time of change often comes with much resistance, which brings many challenges to move forward.

How to Face 2017 Like a Leader

Leadership Freak

You cannot lead while jousting with the past. The direction of your leadership begins with the direction of your thoughts. Remarkable leadership is forward-facing and future-focused. Many of the conversations I have about… Continue reading → Encouragement Personal Growth Taking others higher Teams Leadership Development organizational success

Sales by Objectives (SBO): 20 Questions to improve sales call planning

Coaching Tip

What good reason is there for the customer to buy the product/service from my company or from another supplier? Is this actually a "worthwhile" account? Is it worth the time and effort? Should this call have priority over other calls to be made today? What are the customer's real needs? Have I considered them from their point-of-view? Is the purpose of this call to secure an order? What order? Is this goal realistic?