119: Goals Gone Wild: The New Performance Management | with Kris Duggan of BetterWorks

Engaging Leader

BetterWorks began with the simple, but deeply held goal of helping people feel like they are winning at work. Their enterprise goals platform, based on “Goal Science” thinking, is designed to engage, empower, and cross-functionally align workers.

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Leading in the Wild

Lead Change Blog

They extend a heartfelt invitation to all (does and bucks) to join them on their wild journey. “Do Opening the cage door, Hazel works to convince the four to abandon their confined and boring dwelling and join his band in the wild. Welcome to the Wild.

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An Emergent Network Gone Wild – Keep Jamie at Home

Jesse Lyn Stoner Blog

But the pace has now slowed down, and we need help to meet our goal. → Read More: An Emergent Network Gone Wild – Keep Jamie at Home. The post An Emergent Network Gone Wild – Keep Jamie at Home appeared first on Seapoint Center for Collaborative Leadership. Last week we launched a social media driven fundraiser. Five days later, we have raised over $50,000 … and are into the homestretch! I had hoped an “emergent network” would arise.

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Finding Your Leadership Soul And Making The Most Of Your ‘One Wild and Precious Life’

Terry Starbucker

Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?”. Just remember we only get one wild and precious life. The post Finding Your Leadership Soul And Making The Most Of Your ‘One Wild and Precious Life’ appeared first on Terry "Starbucker" St.

The 4 Disciplines of Execution: A book review by Bob Morris

First Friday Book Synopsis

The 4 Disciplines of Execution: Achieving Your Wildly Important Goals Chris McChesney, Sean Covey, and Jim Huling Free Press/A Division of Simon & Schuster (2012) “Vision without execution is hallucination.” Thomas Edison For whatever reasons, many decision-makers are victims of what Jeff Pfeffer and Bob Sutton characterize as the “Knowing-Doing Gap.” ” That is perhaps what [.].

Joey Reiman: Part 2 of an interview by Bob Morris

First Friday Book Synopsis

Joey Reiman is CEO and founder of BrightHouse. Over the past 25 years, Joey has worked with leadership at The Coca-Cola Company, Procter & Gamble, McDonald’s and Newell Rubbermaid, and has emerged as one of the nation’s foremost visionaries and leading authorities on thinking and marketing. He is the best-selling author of several books, including [.].

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One Big Goal = Success and Fun

Let's Grow Leaders

Try picking one BIG goal. When looking to make a difference for the business, I always look for the “one big goal” that we can accomplish that will really make an impact. As Covey would say, what is your most “Wildly Important Goal”? Communicate Vision with Energy and Big Fun goal setting goals leadership motivation Stephen Covey team WIGs Wildly Important GoalsWant more success and fun for your team?

7 Leadership Lessons From Riding The Paddle Board

Tanveer Naseer

Wild conditions are the time when paddling firmly with intention can establish momentum and create a welcome sense of stability during the turbulence. business Guest Posts leadership Recent Posts failure fear focus goals perception teamwork visionThe following is a guest post by Julie Winkle Giulioni. During our recent family vacation, I greeted the dawn most days from my stand-up paddle board.

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What is EntreLeadership

Coaching Tip

Passion is not yelling or being wild; it is simply caring deeply. The corporate mission statement is further clarification and definition for your dreams and vision and assures you that your goals are aimed at the right target. Goals convert vision/mission into energy.

Leading a “Mozart”

Lead Change Blog

The goal is not to change them but to effectively lead them in a fashion that harnesses their creative energies. They do not deal well with mindless policies, narrow job descriptions, and obsessive hierarchical controls that seek to convert them from “wild ducks” to barnyard chickens.

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Recommended Resources – The 4 Disciplines of Execution

Strategy Driven

The 4 Disciplines of Execution : Achieving Your Wildly Important Goals. The 4 Disciplines of Execution provides the steps needed to repeatably translate one’s business strategy into the day-to-day activities instrumental to realizing organizational goals.

7 Things I’ve Learned about Following God

Ron Edmondson

Sometimes I get a clear vision of a big goal God has for me, but I usually have no clue at the time how to get there. It’s so wild! For the last 30 years or so, I’ve attempted to listen to, obey and follow the voice of God.

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What Type of Leader Are You?

Lead Change Blog

A highflier is goal-orientated and has a more complex view of the world than an expert, understanding that feedback and delegation are essential. Leaders can be categorised in a number of ways, but according to the Harvard Business Review, there are seven main action logics.

The 10 Triumphs That Lead To Great Leadership

Terry Starbucker

There is a lot of “we”, and very little “I” The Triumph of Clarity - There is no doubt among the team as to the vision, goals and values of the company. How do you know when your leadership is making a difference?

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7 Easy Ways to Encourage Innovation on Your Team

Ron Edmondson

Our team knows when I travel to expect me to return with some fresh perspective – even some wild ideas. Set innovation timeline goals. Most leaders want to lead an innovative organization.

10 Tips For Holiday Party Etiquette. | Rich Gee Group

Rich Gee Group

Here are some simple tips to make it much more bearable and hopefully, wildly successful. Leave a Comment Previous post: Set Your 2011 Goals In Two Steps.

How to Perform at Your Best in 2016

Next Level Blog

Many of us have a long list of goals. Personal improvement, better health, professional accomplishments, stronger relationships, big projects, financial goals – any or all of those and others could be on your list. What difference would it make if you could boil all of that down to one simple and memorable goal? What if your primary goal this year was to perform at your best more often than not?

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Every Nation for Itself & The 4 Disciplines of Execution – Books for our September First Friday Book Synopsis

First Friday Book Synopsis

Randy's blog entries by Douglas Brinkley Chris McChesney Every Nation for Itself: Winners and Losers in a G-Zero World Fareed Zakaria Ian Bremmer Jim Huling Sean Covey The 4 Disciplines of Execution: Achieving Your Wildly Important Goals Walter CronkiteWe had a terrific session this morning at the First Friday Book Synopsis in Dallas.

Mario Livio: An interview by Bob Morris

First Friday Book Synopsis

Dr Mario Livio is an internationally known astrophysicist at the Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI), the institute which conducts the scientific program of the Hubble Space Telescope, and will conduct the scientific program of the upcoming James Webb Space Telescope. He has published more than 400 scientific papers and received awards and recognition for research, […].

Joey Reiman: Part 1 of an interview by Bob Morris

First Friday Book Synopsis

Joey Reiman: Part 1 of an interview by Bob Morris Joey Reiman is CEO and founder of BrightHouse. Over the past 25 years, Joey has worked with leadership at The Coca-Cola Company, Procter & Gamble, McDonald’s and Newell Rubbermaid, and has emerged as one of the nation’s foremost visionaries and leading authorities on thinking and marketing. He is the best-selling author of several books, [.].

The Mismanagement of Change (And 5 Ways to Get It Right)

Lead Change Blog

In the absence of proper information and context, as employees try to make sense of the change, emotional and rational reactions can swing wildly out of control. They may need to get out of their comfort zone, adapt their identity a bit, or adjust their goals a little.

Building Teamwork: 6 Proven Strategies

Chart Your Course

A vision statement is a road map of the company’s goals and the way that it will achieve them. For example, Revant Optics ‘ employees participated as a team in the Wild Canyon Games, a three-day race that promotes team building and camaraderie for professionals.

Why Segmenting Organizational Development Doesn’t Work

The Leadership Advisor

It is frequently common to see HR working on leadership development training programs, the C-Suite working on organizational culture issues and business unit managers working on engagement goals. I have also seen money wasted because this approach is wildly inefficient.

Frontline Festival: Leaders Share Ideas about How to Take a Break

Let's Grow Leaders

Her goal is to have all business work done by noon on Fridays, using a Friday afternoon bowling league as a marker for the start of the weekend mindset. I asked him when he was going to retire from hunting (he has two full freezers of venison and wild turkey).

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7 Effective Tips for Leading Millennials

Joseph Lalonde

Millennials look into career paths, goals, and promotion prospects. Their imaginations run wild and they don’t mind speaking up about what their views are about certain things. I know a lot of millennials and I know exactly what type of leadership does not motivate them: dictatorship.

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12 Steps for Creating a Culture of Inclusion

Lead Change Blog

Civil discourse and meaningful dialogue have been replaced by rancor, accusation, disrespectful language, and wild speculation unbefitting a civil and democratic society.

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5 Steps to Getting Unstuck

Ron Edmondson

If you have a God-given calling or at least God-honoring and you don’t believe it’s time to give up — then spend time setting some new goals and objectives. What do you do when you are stuck? I mean you can’t get going again. You can’t find your way.

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How to Avoid 3 Big Mistakes About Being Biased

Lead Change Blog

Sadly, despite our good intentions, that’s an unreachable goal. Suppose our startup is wildly successful, and meetings there are loud, raucous affairs where people talk all over one another. Go ahead—second guess yourself.

Build Your Own Competency Model- A Team Exercise

Let's Grow Leaders

Which are vital toward accomplishing your goals for the future? A Wildly Passionate Commitment to the Customer Experience. When’s the last time you looked at the competency model for your job or for the members of your team?

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It’s Time for a Paradigm Shift

Lead Change Blog

Ask how you can help them achieve their goals and overcome their challenges. 6 years ago, I was sitting in a Wild Wing Cafe talking about employee development with Rob Carman who I was mentoring at the time. What do your people need from you?

If it were simple, more people would.

Jason Womack

Just today, I had a wild experience. Goal setting Travel What are you moving toward? Some time ago over lunch, my friend and mentor - Marshall Goldsmith - reminded me, What Got You Here, Might Not Get You There. This IS a book I''ve read more than once.

Leadership Evolution: In a World Of Big Change, Do The Great Lessons Endure?

Terry Starbucker

4) Develop a Zen-like mantra of goals that permeate the minds of all your teammates, and watch great stuff happen. “Things change.”

We Have to Talk

Coaching Tip

Is it so hard to tell that same person that their twenty-pounds-too-small and twenty-years-too-young shirt is wildly inappropriate for the office? Lisa B.

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Lisa Haneberg on Never-Ending New Beginnings

Rajesh Setty

RS: Lisa – What is your goal with this book? The selection criteria I used included that the post had to have the potential to be wildly catalytic. I first met Lisa Haneberg probably about eight years ago and since then I have read a number of books from her.

“Discontent is the first step in the progress of a man or a nation.

CEO Blog

“Discontent is the first step in the progress of a man or a nation&# - Oscar Wilde Categories: About The Book Daily Guest Post FTC Notice – conflicts of interest Latest Articles Motivational Business Quotations Time Leadership Audio CD Your days seem to get busier and longer. Buy Time Leadership CD Now Time Leadership Ebook This ebook covers a variety of topics to help you achieve your goals through Time Leadership.

60 Top Leadership Quotes Of All Time

N2Growth Blog

Not the cry, but the flight of a wild duck, leads the flock to fly and follow.” Level 5 leaders channel their ego needs away from themselves and into the larger goal of building a great company. By Grant Wattie. President, N2Growth Australia. Below are my top 60 favorite leadership quotes of all time. Leaders transform the quality of their lives’ by becoming aware of authentic choices, and living courageously towards a new more empowering future.” – Grant Wattie.

Excellence

Six Disciplines

The franchising concept has been wildly successful over the past 40 years. The goal of Six Disciplines for Excellence is to help business leaders work on their businesses so they can be as satisfied with their businesses as their customers are with their products. Excellence, like beauty, is in the eye of the beholder. Different people have different standards of excellence. If you’re serious about pursuing excellence, you must decide what excellence means for your organization.

Expedition Leadership in the Wild

Harvard Business Review

Setting goals, making a plan, managing resources (food, fuel, etc.), The model focuses on collaborative teamwork to achieve goals. Risk management becomes intuitive given the inherent risks and hazards of remote and wild areas. The goal is to arrive at the next place as one. The lessons about leadership learned in the crucible of the backcountry environment — unpredictable, challenging, and dynamic 𕢔 map to today's business environment.

22 Leadership Lessons And Quotes From Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2

Joseph Lalonde

Being outside of the ship during the jump gave Drax a wild ride. Peter Quill/Star-Lord: What is your goal here? Baby Groot ran off towards his goal with Rocket thinking Baby Groot was going to press the wrong button.

Idealized Futures and Team Building Cover Stories

Create Learning

The object is to choose a time in the future when the group has been wildly successful, and imagine that there is international positive press about what the group has done. Spent time facilitating team building with the Gifford Foundation from Syracuse NY.