Dr. Thomas Gordon - A Credo for Relationships

Building Personal Strength

The first book I ever read about people skills was Dr. Thomas Gordon's 1970 book P.E.T. which stands for Parent Effectiveness Training. Leader Effectiveness Training). Dr. Gordon passed away in 2002.

Which Stage of Competence Are You?

Nathan Magnuson

Back in the 1970s, Gordon Training […]. Everybody wants competence. We want it for ourselves. We expect it from others in our organizations. We demand it from the people and organizations we purchase from. But do we figure out if we’ve got it?

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Online training: Gordon Ramsay teaches cooking

How to Create a Culture of Greatness

LDRLB

Then you coach them, develop them, mentor them, train them and empower them to do what they do best. This post is a guest post by Jon Gordon. LeaderLab culture gordonTo build a winning a team and a successful organization you must create a culture of greatness. It’s the most important thing a leader can do because culture drives behavior, behavior drives habits and habits create the future. As the leaders at Apple say, “Culture beats strategy all day long.”.

Many Ways to Connect

Michael Lee Stallard

David Gill, a professor at Gordon Conwell College, told me that we connect with the Divine when we “help people fulfill their dreams or overcome their nightmares.” (We also connect with others when our organization’s mission accomplishes these ends.). connection culture employee engagement leadership connection connection cultures leadership development leadership training leadership training and development michael lee stallard teambuilding

Worn out at Work? Twelve Common Workplace Behaviors that Drain Everyone’s Energy – and How to Purge Them in 2011, part 2 of 2

Strategy Driven

Soup : A Recipe to Nourish Your Team and Culture by Jon Gordon. Management & Leadership business management Jon Gordon strategydriven workplace behaviors workplace engagementThe Unclear Communiqué.

Worn out at Work? Twelve Common Workplace Behaviors that Drain Everyone’s Energy – and How to Purge Them in 2011, part 2 of 2

Strategy Driven

Soup : A Recipe to Nourish Your Team and Culture by Jon Gordon. Management & Leadership business management Jon Gordon strategydriven workplace behaviors workplace engagementThe Unclear Communiqué.

Unbridled Capitalism

Coaching Tip

In the 1987 movie Wall Street , Gordon Gekko, played by Michael Douglas, makes the statement that “Greed is Good”. Rather, our economic and social framework must be modified to provide the training and jobs necessary to reduce the number of people living below the poverty line.

7 Steps To Foster Emotional Intelligence In Your Team

Tanveer Naseer

Hewlett-Packard, according to Druskat and Wolff, likes to have each of their employees work at cross-training. The following is a guest piece by John Rampton on behalf of The Economist Executive Education Navigator.

Transforming Jet-Hot by Viewing the Organization as a System

Deming Institute

Gordon McGilton and Dennis Sergent share evidence from their experience that will help others transform their enterprises by focusing on their system and aim. Even temporary and contract employees all get some training on the management system at Jet-Hot and how they fit into that system.

Why Listening Is the Master Skill

Building Personal Strength

When Dr. Thomas Gordon published his classic book on parenting, P.E.T. Parent Effectiveness Training), the flagship skill was listening.

Guest Post: How to Encourage Your Team Members to Stand Up and Lead

Lead on Purpose

By Andrea Gordon. Andrea Gordon and Dale Carnegie Training want to contribute to the online conversation about leadership and business management with the blogging community. Dale Carnegie Training was founded in 1912 by one of America’s most influential speakers and leaders. To be successful in today’s market, team members need to step up and be ready to take a leadership role.

Applying Deming Principles at Small and Medium-sized Enterprises

Deming Institute

Stephen Gordon CEO Opus Bank. Luciana Paulise is a business consultant and founder of Biztorming Training & Consulting. SMED your SME journey applying Deming principles – guest post by Luciana Paulise. How to build succesful business right the first time.

Book Review: An introduction to organisational behaviour for managers and engineers

Chartered Management Institute

This is a useful compact volume which guides the trained and focussed professional who nevertheless has to work in shark-infested corporate waters, and who has to do more than keep her/his head down in professional work in order to survive and influence the politics of the multicultural firm. Reviewed by Gordon Harris FCMI.

The Art of Irresistible Email

Harvard Business Review

As the director of training for a global professional services firm, she''d recently sent out a note explaining important changes to the summer training schedule and asking office directors to respond with their preferred locations. From: Virginia Brown, Training Director.

Featured in “Top 150 Management and Leaderhip Blogs” – the entire list

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Anthony Robbins Training Blog. Jon Gordon’s Blog. Jon Gordon. This list is from last year. Honored to be featured here (#8) and also super happy to discover all other wonderful people featured here. This list was compiled by author and blogger Jurgen Appelo ( original post ). Please take a look and you might discover several new blogs for your reading list: TT. Author. Twitter. The Blog of Tim Ferriss. Tim Ferris. tferriss. Leading With Purpose. Michael Hyatt.

The Benefit of Dissenting Opinion | N2Growth Blog

N2Growth Blog

link] Gordon R. link] mikemyatt Wow…thanks for the thoughtful comment Gordon. Thanks for sharing Gordon. link] Gordon R. Gordon [link] mikemyatt No worries…I thought that's what you meant. Thanks for the clarification Gordon.

How to Create a Culture of Greatness

LDRLB

Then you coach them, develop them, mentor them, train them and empower them to do what they do best. This post is a guest post by Jon Gordon. Leadership culture gordon To build a winning a team and a successful organization you must create a culture of greatness. It’s the most important thing a leader can do because culture drives behavior, behavior drives habits and habits create the future. As the leaders at Apple say, “Culture beats strategy all day long.”.

Win the Race for Talent – Talent Management magazine

Chart Your Course

Gordon - 5/10/13. organizations had employment models based on hiring recruits from college or training programs who were likely to stay with a company throughout their career.Skilled workers are becoming an endangered species. Win the Race for Talent. Edward E. I strongly encourage you to read this article. This is the FUTURE of the workforce! The U.S. can no longer count on influxes of foreign talent to meet skill needs.

Have You Selected Your Life Word?

Eric Jacobson

Life Word co-authors are: Jon Gordon - @JonGordon11 Author of the books: The Energy Bus The No Complaining Rule Training Camp The Carpenter Photo By: Jeff Harrington Dan Britton - @fcadan Speaker, author, coach, marathon runner, and former professional lacrosse player.

What Is Your Life Word?

Eric Jacobson

Life Word co-authors are: Jon Gordon - @JonGordon11 Author of the books: The Energy Bus The No Complaining Rule Training Camp The Carpenter Photo By: Jeff Harrington Dan Britton - @fcadan Speaker, author, coach, marathon runner, and former professional lacrosse player.

Build STEM Skills, but Don’t Neglect the Humanities

Harvard Business Review

All the brilliant discoveries of STEM will not solve the grand challenges of today’s world — ignorance, poverty, intolerance, and political conflict – without the practical wisdom of humanities-trained leaders.

The Case for Investing More in People

Harvard Business Review

Beyond wages, other forms of investment in human capital include education and training, improved healthcare, and other, less obvious investments, such as the time and space to explore new ideas and professional development opportunities. billion in its associates through higher wages, better benefits and enhanced training. Steven Moore for HBR. “Productivity isn’t everything, but in the long run it is almost everything,” wrote Paul Krugman more than 20 years ago.

Why You Should Tell Your Team to Take a Break and Go Outside

Harvard Business Review

Leaders participate in mindfulness and compassion trainings and are coached to learn emotional intelligence. Here’s why this may be the case: Neurosciencist and founder of My Brain Solutions Dr Evian Gordon proposes that “the brain’s attunement to nature has a seminal evolutionary origin, beginning with the earliest species sensing and responding to their environment. Wellness programs are becoming an integral priority for most human resource managers.

Memorial Day Leadership Lessons

N2Growth Blog

link] Gordon R. link] mikemyatt Hi Gordon: Thanks for your well wishes Gordon. We spent the afternoon at a family celebration for my nephew who ships out for Naval training tomorrow.

Worn out at Work? Twelve Common Workplace Behaviors that Drain.

Strategy Driven

Twelve Common Workplace Behaviors that Drain Everyone’s Energy – and How to Purge Them in 2011, part 1 of 2 Posted by Jon Gordon on February 9, 2011 · Leave a Comment The source of your exhaustion might not be the tasks you’re doing or the hours you’re working – it may be the actions of the people laboring beside you in the ’salt mines.’ The Out-of-Control Complain Train DON’T: Give in to the temptation to whine.

Book Review: An introduction to coaching

Chartered Management Institute

This is a book which trains someone to coach both at work and in their personal lives, but it does so on the basis of sound research and experience. Reviewed by Gordon Harris FCMI. It is nevertheless not difficult to read, and its inclusive approach makes it a standard British-based work for some time to come. You are not watching this post, click to start watching

How You Relate to Others - Life-Changing Skills

Building Personal Strength

I took a month-long skills course and read Dr. Thomas Gordon''s now-classic book, P.E.T. which stands for "Parent Effectiveness Training." My wife and I have been doing some recreational house-hunting.

The Renaissance We Need in Business Education

Harvard Business Review

Having taught at five business schools over several decades and served as Dean of two, I have come to a conclusion: The educational institutions where our future business leaders are being trained must be recalibrated and transformed dramatically. The Gordon-Howell Report in 1959, funded by the Ford Foundation, criticized the weak scientific foundation of business education, suggesting that professors were more like quacks than serious scholars.

The Renaissance We Need in Business Education

Harvard Business Review

Having taught at five business schools and served as Dean of two, I have come to hold one opinion very strongly: The educational institutions where our future business leaders are being trained must be transformed, and transformed dramatically. The Gordon-Howell Report in 1959, funded by the Ford Foundation, criticized the weak scientific foundation of business education, suggesting that professors were more like quacks than serious scholars.

To Change Your Strategy, First Change How You Think

Harvard Business Review

From the start, Southwest cofounder Herb Kelleher saw his competition not as other airlines but as alternative forms of transportation, whether cars, buses, or trains. When Continental shuttered Lite, then CEO Gordon Bethune said, “It wasn’t implemented in an orchestrated way.” Tim Evans for HBR. It seems that everyone these days is looking for a disruptive business model. But a business model is only one part of the equation.

How Systems Engineering Can Help Fix Health Care

Harvard Business Review

Institutions purchase hundreds of individual, siloed technologies — each with its own work processes, training, and user interfaces — based on what the market offers. But we had to focus because the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, which funded the project, wanted to ensure that we demonstrated results.

The “40-Year-Old Intern” Goes to Wall Street

Harvard Business Review

Morgan Asset Management’s Head of Diversity Gordon Cooper told me his firm is now introducing a Legal ReEntry Program. (In Applicants pay a $250 fee to cover the cost of career development assessments, but those who are selected receive a $125,000 work and training fellowship, plus benefits, for their first year at one of four major law firms: Baker Botts, Cooley, Hogan Lovells, and Sidley Austin.

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Tony Mayo

Gordon Livingston The unexamined life is not worth living.

The H-1B Visa Debate, Explained

Harvard Business Review

The H-1B Visa Process The H-1B visa was established, as part of the Immigration Act of 1990, to let companies recruit trained foreign workers (with at least a bachelor’s degree or the equivalent) to work in “specialty occupations” for which there are few qualified local candidates. It’s hard to overstate the significance — and complexity — of the H-1B visa system in the U.S.

The Big Picture of Business- Flip Sides, Second Acts and Successful Careers

Strategy Driven

Well-trained and experienced actors carried the plays and films. It used to be said that people have three careers in them. Those who are particularly successful have many more. It’s all about evolving.

3 Smart Reasons to Empower Instead of Influence | C-Level.

C-Level Strategies

Open Your Coconut in the Multifamily Industry Reply Lisa August 3, 2010 at 9:42 pm Jonathan, First of all, that is one impressive train of thought to end up in Camelot!

Are You Spending 1,000 Hours Preparing for Your Next Job?

Harvard Business Review

That's taking Intel co-founder Gordon Moore's bold prediction (now known as Moore's Law ) that the number of transistors on a chip will double approximately every two years to a far new level. Even with these rough calculations, you can get an idea of how much training you should be receiving on your current job — just to stay current. Hopefully, your job is providing that sort of development in the normal course of your day-to-day work, plus any company-sponsored training.

In Praise of Peacocks, Nerds, Dorks & Dweebs | You're Not the Boss.

You're Not the Boss of Me

Our brains are difference engines, trained to find and deal with patterns and their disruption. For a deeper view on this, check out the book “Orbiting The Giant Hairball&# by Gordon McKenzie ( [link] ).

Weekly Leader Podcast Episode 49 – Lynne C. Lancaster, The M-Factor

Weekly Leader