4th and Goal Every Day

Leading Blog

The secret is that it is fourth and goal every day. Phil Savage of the Crimson Tide Sports Network, explains in 4th and Goal Every Day: Alabama's Relentless Pursuit of Perfection , “Alabama goes for it.

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What is the Ultimate Goal of Leadership?

Leading in Context

By Linda Fisher Thornton What is the ultimate goal of leadership? Of course, leadership is about all of those things and more. Here are four very different ways of thinking about the purpose of leadership. Context Ethical Thinking 7 Lenses engagement ethical leadership Leadership Service what is ethical leadership

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Ready to Change the Ethics Quo (For Good)? Part 4

Leading in Context

By Linda Fisher Thornton Leadership is not easy. Leaders need to be inspired to lead with positive values while dealing with the goals and expectations of multiple stakeholders. Here are the previous posts in the series if you missed them: Ready to Change the Ethics Quo (For Good)? Part 1 (Improve Accountability) Ready to Change the Ethics Quo (For Good)? Part 2 (Improve Leader Impact) Ready to Change the Ethics Quo (For Good)?

Just Say No To 10 Behaviors That Kill Competence

Leading in Context

Here are 10 things that we must NEVER do if we are to accomplish the elusive goal of becoming our best selves: Ethical Leader Ethical Thinking 7 lenses of ethical leadership define ethical leadership developing ethical leaders what are leadership skillsBy Linda Fisher Thornton On the lifelong quest to become our best selves, we must S-T-R-E-T-C-H and grow and learn from our mistakes.

Ethical Dilemmas: Free Choice or Corporate Memes

Coaching Tip

This can be deadly to their goals and aspirations. Business schools have been ineffective in changing corporate cultural memes as was evident from the 2008 financial crisis where every MBA graduate knew what was right but chose to go along with placing earnings above ethics. .

Work Ethic - Excellence or Existence?

Orrin Woodward

Orrin Woodward Leadership Team Welcome to the leadership blog of the 2010 International Association of Business Top 10 Leadership Guru Orrin Woodward. Ideas have consequences and the goal of this blog is to discuss ideas of consequence. Work ethic trumps talent period.

5 Ethical Things to Know when Blogging about Struggles in Your Current Position

Ron Edmondson

I had an interesting question recently: Do you have a “7 ethical things to know if you are going to blog while serving in a local church” blog post? I previously blogged about ways I blog about current leadership problems. Again, your goal should be to be helpful.

January 2018 Leadership Development Carnival

Lead Change Blog

Welcome to the January Leadership Development Carnival! Dan McCarthy of Great Leadership provided a guest post by Eight Ways Leaders Inspire Us. Chris Edmonds of the Purposeful Culture Group contributed Culture Leadership Charge: A Fresh Start. Leadership.

Leadership Tips

Coaching Tip

Build Effective Leadership Skills. To maximize our potential in a rapidly changing global economy, people recognize the need for leadership ethics more than ever before. Coach Agno believes we must develop leadership qualities to achieve the success we seek.

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Life, Love, & Leadership Lessons In Unlikely Places

Lead Change Blog

Kind of funny, isn’t it, how you can find lessons about life, love, and leadership almost everywhere, provided there’s openness to seeing them. You Have To Pursue The Right Goals. First place or awesome numbers are no longer my singular goal.

Leadership in a Changing Culture

Lead Change Blog

One startling example from my past, doomed to glorious failure from the outset, was a former Head of Service, who said at our very first senior staff meeting, “From now on, we will pursue the leadership model of Ready, Fire, Aim!”. That example highlights the potential impact of leadership in any change process, for good or ill. By coordinating clear, collective actions towards stated goals. The post Leadership in a Changing Culture appeared first on Lead Change.

Kicking Leadership Clichés

Great Leadership By Dan

Guest post from Georg Vielmetter and Yvonne Sell: In “ Leadership 2030: The six megatrends you need to understand to lead your company into the future ,” we outline the repercussions of the convergence of globalization 2.0, The meaning of leadership is changing, as are the skills it requires.

Why Ethical People Make Unethical Choices

Harvard Business Review

Most companies have ethics and compliance policies that get reviewed and signed annually by all employees. “Employees are charged with conducting their business affairs in accordance with the highest ethical standards,” reads one such example. Clearly it takes more than a compliance policy or Values Statement to sustain a truly ethical workplace. Corporate ethical failures have become painfully common, and they aren’t cheap.

January 2017 Leadership Development Carnival

Lead Change Blog

Welcome to the January 2017 edition of the Leadership Development Carnival! Chris Edmonds of the Purposeful Culture Group contributed Culture Leadership Charge: The Right Culture Matters. David shares a better way to meet your leadership challenges.”

Leadership Lessons And Quotes From Spider-Man: Homecoming

Joseph Lalonde

A Reel Leadership Article We first saw Tom Holland as Spider-Man in the film Captain America: Civil War. With all of the action, humor, and adventure of Spider-Man: Homecoming, you might think there aren’t leadership lessons in Spider-Man: Homecoming. That was her goal.

Shaking-up Leadership

N2Growth Blog

The problem with conventional leadership theory is it’s littered with misunderstood and misapplied practices. To prove my point, today’s post will examine the downside of a topic you have not likely considered as a possible area of weakness…Leadership Continuity. .

3 strategies to revive employees’ work ethic

The Organized Executive's Blog

Following is a guest article by Eric Chester, author of Reviving Work Ethic. What you may actually need is a revival; a work ethic revival, that is. Getting your team to march in step toward the same goal can’t be accomplished by creating a great handbook; it’s a process that must be woven into your daily mentorship. Leadership Eric Chester motivation process improvement progress rulesYou want more business and higher profits in 2012.

Value-Added Leadership

Strategy Driven

Values, customs, beliefs, goals, objectives, benchmarking. Organizational purpose, vision, quality of life, ethics, long-term growth. Value-added leadership is a healthy way of life that puts collaborations first. Value-added leadership requires a senior team commitment. You provide leadership for progress, rather than following along. You just finished reading Value-Added Leadership ! The post Value-Added Leadership appeared first on StrategyDriven.

What’s Your Leadership Marque?

Lead Change Blog

Thoughts of the Gettysburg Address, his leadership, which overcame many setbacks, or the fact that his quotes, are among the most famous in the world. This is simply brand recognition, and with each day and action you are further promoting your Leadership Marque. Your Leadership Marque.

Leadership Hinges Upon What You Do – Not Who You Are

Lead Change Blog

Studies have been conducted to prove that leadership is achievable. But leadership is a combination of some tangible things and some less tangible qualities. To lead is to work with other people in accomplishing a mutual goal. These steps are the key to achieving your goal.

January 2015 Leadership Development Carnival

Lead Change Blog

This Leadership Development Carnival is the first of 2015 and the first since the Lead Change Group has taken the reins from Dan McCarthy of Great Leadership. Since the first Leadership Development Carnival in July 2008 , our community has grown, evolved, and thrived.

What’s Your Leadership Marque?

Lead Change Blog

Thoughts of the Gettysburg Address, his leadership, which overcame many setbacks, or the fact that his quotes, are among the most famous in the world. This is simply brand recognition, and with each day and action you are further promoting your Leadership Marque. Your Leadership Marque.

Making a Difference in the World

Leading in Context

There is More to Leadership There is much more to leadership than being at the front of the room during a meeting, or being the one to make the big decisions. I find that the most rewarding part of leadership is making a difference - in people''s lives, in the community, or in the world.

March 2013 Leadership Development Carnival

Jesse Lyn Stoner Blog

Welcome to the March 2013 Leadership Development Carnival! Thanks to those who contributed the many excellent posts on leadership practices, the workplace environment and personal mastery. Leadership Practices and Approaches. EI–The Inner Side of Leadership: Part I.

Goals and bounties: Winning at what cost?

The Organized Executive's Blog

Or ethical. There also is a problem when executives set goals without clarity. As you set goals for your team, think about what people may do to reach them. Tell us about a time you saw an unreasonable goal lead to negative consequences. Leadership ethical behavior goals Gregg Williams principles valuesI felt ill when I heard last week about the New Orleans Saints bounty scandal.


N2Growth Blog

In my opinion, leadership starts with deep reflection to be aware of any limiting blind spots. Anger: You’re extremely critical of yourself and other people, and judge others harshly believing you are ethically without reproach. Deceit: When carrying out a plan or strategy, you may become manipulative, deceitful and narcissistic in order to reach your goal. Therefore, you often aim for unachievable goals. By Grant Wattie. President, N2Growth Australia.

10 Ways to Keep “Post-truth” From Crippling Your Leadership

Lead Change Blog

10 things to do to keep “post-truth” from crippling your leadership. Effective leadership is an oscillating mix of head and heart: managing both facts and feelings as well as logic and emotion. Leadership Development diversity facts paradox post-truth

Set Your 2011 Goals In Two Steps. | Rich Gee Group

Rich Gee Group

home about rich our team news our fans services executive coach business coach speaking inspire media knowledge books affiliates contact Rich Gee Group 203.500.2421 Set Your 2011 Goals In Two Steps. That was when the big discounts were available because the sales team was under goal.

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Talking About Ethics Across Cultures

Harvard Business Review

A few years ago, I was teaching a two-day program about ethics in India for entrepreneurs and business faculty who taught entrepreneurship. It was a program that I had spent years honing, building upon research that suggests rehearsing — pre-scripting, practicing voice, and peer coaching — is an effective way to build the moral muscle memory, competence, confidence, and habit to act ethically. Ethics. Creating an Ethical Workplace. Ethics. Ethics.

200th Blog Post – Learning at the Speed of Life

Leading in Context

But imagine what could happen if we believed we could make a difference, lurched toward that goal unsteadily, and then just held on for the ride. Ethical Thinking complexity ethical business leadership ethical leadership context leadership development By Linda Fisher Thornton In my 150th Blog Post, I wrote about starting a blog and being new to the process of Learning Out Loud.

The Definition Of Work Ethic For Leaders

Eric Jacobson

Grubb 's broader than typical definition of work ethic for leaders , as she details it in her book, Clash of the Generations. Here is what she says defines work ethic for leaders : Honest. Eric Jacobson on Leadership and Management Leadership Positive Work Experience Valerie M.

Expanding Professional Development

General Leadership

GeneralLeadership.com and the General Leadership Foundation bring Leadership Advice from America's Most Trusted Leaders to You! “The growth and development of people is the highest calling of leadership.”

The Leader within Us – Developing Our Self-Leader

Great Leadership By Dan

An individual with self-leadership potential demonstrates specific behaviors associated with values commonly in a self-leader. Leadership development programs need to focus on developing the self-leader first to provide the foundation for the subsequent stage of actual leader development.

Simple Ethics Rules for Better Risk Management

Harvard Business Review

But as more organizations fall prey to complex intangible risks, from unwanted disclosure due to rampant cyber threats to breaches of conduct driven by skewed incentive systems, the aperture of risk management is expanding from protecting the balance sheet to promoting ethical leadership and values-based decision making. Ethical lapses arise when people take risks but do not bear the downside of their risky behavior. Creating an Ethical Workplace.

Being an Ethical Business in a Corrupt Environment

Harvard Business Review

Our research in Egypt , Zimbabwe , and India shows that organizations should view the prospect of building a strong ethical reputation in such environments as an opportunity, and consider the costs of resisting corruption as an investment in building such a reputation. Moreover, our research illuminates specific steps companies can take to maintain high ethical standards in environments where corruption seems widespread. Ethics Can Be a Differentiator. Ethics Digital Articl

Do Your Organization’s Values Reflect What It Stands For?

Tanveer Naseer

Specifically, of how the values an organization uses to define who they are and what they’re all about tend to be contradicted by the decisions and choices their leaders make regarding the best way to achieve their short term goals.

No Joke: The April 1st, 2013 Leadership Development Carnival

Great Leadership By Dan

Welcome to the April 1st, 2013 Leadership Development Carnival! However, this year is different, because I get to host the April Carnival and bring you an outstanding collection of the “best of the best” in leadership development. presents Which of These is Ethical Leadership?

February 2013 Leadership Development Carnival


Welcome to the February 2013 Leadership Development Carnival. To help guide your way through, we’ve divided the posts up by the three categories we at LDRLB tend to see the world through: leadership, innovation, and strategy. Leadership.

The January 2013 Leadership Development Carnival: Best of 2012 Edition

Great Leadership By Dan

Welcome to The January 2013 Leadership Development Carnival: Best of 2012 Edition! Each of the leadership bloggers below were asked to submit their best (i.e., I'd say that's pretty darn efficient leadership development. leadership development carnival

If Organizational Ethics is a Kingdom-of-Ends. Why are we treating employees as means?

Create Learning

My manager just used me to accomplish his goals. With all the literature out there about Employee-Engagement and Autonomous work teams , and Empowered work team, Leadership etc… you would think that what Immanuel Kant wrote in 1785 would have been better inculcated into the world or work.

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