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Leading Thoughts for May 23, 2024

Leading Blog

McCoy on keeping an open mind: “The human mind contains a door, one that either opens to new ideas or closes them out. The door swings on hinges like any other, opening as it searches for understanding and closing as it makes. Sharp thinkers do not take open minds for granted. Herein lies a crucial truth.

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Setting Healthy Boundaries: What to Say When You Need to Say No

Let's Grow Leaders

01:02 – Check Out the Book! If you’re liking these practical ways to deal with workplace conflict, definitely check out our book, “Powerful Phrases for Dealing With Workplace Conflict.” Here’s why, and I’m curious about your perspective.” Phrases like, “Nope, can’t do that.

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Building Rapport with Michael Reddington

Let's Grow Leaders

The first time Michael Reddington joined the podcast in 2022 we discussed his book, The Disciplined Listening Method, How a Certified Forensic Interviewer Unlocks Hidden Value in Every Conversation and that conversation turned into one of the most powerful episodes of 2022.

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Want to Get Ahead? 5 Actions To Get You There.

Rich Gee Group

Consider taking courses, attending workshops, and reading industry-related articles and books. Be open to new ideas, willing to try new things, and flexible in your work approach. Be accountable, take the initiative, and demonstrate a strong work ethic. Be A Positive Influence. Become Memorable.

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May 2021 Leadership Development Carnival

Lead Change Blog

David Grossman of The Grossman Group provided Open-Ended Questions Enhance Employee Communication. Asking open-ended questions is a simple way to do that. Here are 11 common open-ended questions to get you started. Linda Fisher Thornton of LeadinginContext contributed Ethical Thinking: Sifting For Values. Productivity.

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First Look: Leadership Books for April 2023

Leading Blog

H ERE'S A LOOK at some of the best leadership books to be released in April 2023 curated just for you. This book also provides a roadmap for leaders seeking to create community as they meet the coming challenges with dignity and grace. The Anxious Achiever is a book with a mission: to normalize anxiety and leadership.

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Bad Boss Behaviors Cause #2: Unclear Expectations

Modern Servant Leader

The circus tent is packed to the brim with books, webinars, and self-proclaimed experts, all jostling for your attention. Amazon lists over 60,000 books on leadership and Google references over 210,000 pages for “leadership development expert”. Each voice promises to turn you into the next great leader.