How to Motivate Yourself When You’re Exhausted

Let's Grow Leaders

Most of the time when people come to me feeling burned out and exhausted–or even feel like they’re “losing their soul” it’s not that they no longer care– it’s that they care so deeply and the lack of progress has made them weary.

How to Become the Best __

Let's Grow Leaders

But I am determined to learn the Tocatta part of Tocatta and Fugue in D minor down for Saturday for a tour group I am playing for.” ” The rush of comments seemed to entirely miss the point. “you worry to much.” 4 Vital Factors to Becoming the Best _.

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How to Inspire Behavior Change

Let's Grow Leaders

You don’t want to say “You need to change this behavior or else,” but the truth is–there will be consequences. Use the INSPIRE method to have a short, to the point, specific conversation about what must change. You may need to be more direct.

How to Recognize a Leader

Jesse Lyn Stoner Blog

How do you recognize who’s a leader? Is it the person telling everyone what to do? If he is being ignored, he is only talking to himself. Telling people where to go? An usher in the theater, who tells you which entrance to use, is not […].

How to Accelerate Team Learning

QAspire

A team’s ability to learn quickly is at the heart of adapting to constant changes. In fact, it seems that constant learning is the only key to agility as a team and organization. I encourage you to read the full post and here are my visual notes from the same article.

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How to Stop Micromanaging

Kevin Eikenberry

When I ask people to list the qualities or characteristics of great leaders, I never hear “they are a micromanager.” No one wants to be micromanaged, and yet we all know what it is, which means that someone is doing a lot of it.

How to REALLY Listen

Jesse Lyn Stoner Blog

My friend Jake said, “When someone tells me about a problem, I used to try to help them solve it. We believe that when someone shares a problem, the best response is to help them find a solution. Do you know how to REALLY listen? …

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How To Get Their Attention

Let's Grow Leaders

But I just called to say “thank you” You really made me think. I try to listen the way you describe here, and sometimes I do that quite well, but I know I fall short when other priorities get in the way. Thanks for the reminder to do this better.

How to be More Money Confident

Women on Business

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How to Stop Having Stupid Staff Meetings

Let's Grow Leaders

I asked the crowd, “Raise your hand if you’ve been to a really stupid staff meeting.” ” Nearly all hands stayed raised, with the exception of the new kid, who’s in his first job, sitting next to his current boss. How We Lead.

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How to be Decisive: 9 Ways to Make a Decision You Won’t Regret

RapidStart Leadership

How can you be decisive if you don’t know what decision to make? Yogi Berra once said, “When you come to a fork in the road, take it.” ” That sounds like good advice, but how do you decide which fork to take? Click To Tweet.

How to Make the Perfect Startup Pitch

Women on Business

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Leadership How-To: Thanking Your Team

C-Level Strategies

The Chicago Symphony Orchestra played perfectly, empowering Yo-Yo Ma to shine. Which led me to wonder… As leaders, do we thank our teams enough? When we receive it, we owe it to our teams to: 1. Remember to thank them when no one is watching.

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How to Help Your Team Get Results FAST

Let's Grow Leaders

You need to move results– quickly. It’s tempting to try everything you can to make things better. Your team will be frantically trying to execute on too many cylinders, and even if results start to improve, you won’t know why.

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How to Tell a Great Story

Let's Grow Leaders

Have you ever noticed how much easier is to remember someone’s point when they wrap a story around it? How could you better use stories to galvanize your team toward stronger results? How can you describe the tension in a memorable way?

How to Transition into Entrepreneurship

Women on Business

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How To Say No

Joseph Lalonde

I want to make people happy. I want to make sure everyone is having a good time. Having this personality type doesn’t mean I can’t learn how to say no. How To Say No. That’s why we need to learn to say no. But how do we say no?

How To Become An Innovative Leader

Joseph Lalonde

As a leader, they’re looking to you to be an innovative leader. The big question is: How do I become an innovative leader? That’s what we’re going to look at today. Innovation is bringing something new to the table. Courage to face the unknown.

How to Prevent Redundant Performance Improvement Conversations

Great Leadership By Dan

To make sure you don’t have to have the same uncomfortable conversation twice, take a hard look at your approach. Ask yourself, as you read each of the questions below, are you equipping your employees to answer in the affirmative? Clarity: "I know exactly what to do."

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How to Have More Joy at Work

Let's Grow Leaders

They’d invited me to talk about “finding joy in your work,” a subject that’s at the core our entire Winning Well philosophy, but that I’m not usually invited to address head on. Then we went to the back porch to finish the “workshop.”‘

Teach Millennials how to use their Power

Great Leadership By Dan

Millennials have the hunger and potential to become great leaders. But they lack fundamental leadership skills and don’t understand how to tap into them. It’s up to us as the old guys, the parents, managers and leaders to teach them how to tap into their inner leadership power.

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How to Conquer Negative Self Talk (And Why You Must)

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How To Find The Right People

Joseph Lalonde

Finding the right people to join your team can be tough. That’s why you’ve got to take the correct steps to get the right people into your organization. They may not be able to slide into their new role and fill it like the previous person.

How to Encourage the Lazy and Disengaged

Let's Grow Leaders

How can you encourage the lazy and disengaged? But there I was skipping “mandatory” events that felt to me like a colossal waste of time and blowing off the requirement to interview every “sister” about her favorite foods and secret fantasies.

How to Get Promoted At Work: The ASK Strategy

Let's Grow Leaders

Getting promoted at works increases your responsibility, power and ability to grow as a leader. That’s why you need to build up a team of allies to help you gain promotion. Here are three specific allies you need to develop: Your Manager. Take Action To Get Promoted.

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How to Reconnect Your Team

Michael Lee Stallard

On a monthly basis at the beginning of a meeting, ask your direct reports to share something on their mind. Give each person five minutes to share. This is the sixty-sixth post in our series entitled “100 Ways to Connect.” #66 Reconnect Your Team.

How To Respect People You Disdain

Let's Grow Leaders

The worst moments of my career have come from the times I let the one or two really nasty, disrespectful (I’m tempted to say “evil”) human beings get underneath my skin and bring out the worst in me. 5 Ways to Respect People You Disdain.

3 Tips on How to Become a Magnetic Leader

Great Leadership By Dan

I define magnetic leaders as those who appear to effortlessly attract talent that will stick around. I open my book, The Magnetic Leader: How Irresistible Leaders Attract Employees, Customers and Profits , with the results of a recent TinyPulse New Year Employee Report, where one thousand working Americans shared their workplace wishes for the New Year. The second most popular answer was to have their manager quit. Clearly some work needs to be done in this area.

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How to Handle Conflict in the Workplace

Women on Business

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How to Rectify a Serious Leadership Mistake

Lead Change Blog

We’re having a new kitchen fitted this week, and we discovered yesterday that an erroneous measurement on behalf of the designer means we’ll have to wait another three days for replacement units to arrive. You can’t hide from them, nor should you attempt to apportion blame elsewhere.

How to Give So They Will Receive

Let's Grow Leaders

As the old adage goes, it’s better to give than to receive. And, the best networking advice I’ve ever given (or received) is to give first and then give some more. I recently asked a group of managers, “Is it more difficult for you to give or to receive?”

How To Stop Over-Committing

Joseph Lalonde

And yet so many of us are careless with how we spend our time. We don’t keep track of it and we over-commit ourselves to activities that drain our energy. What can we do to stop over-committing. All of them good reasons and yet all of them hinder our path to success.

How to Become a More Effective Manager #WinningWell

Let's Grow Leaders

If you’re looking to buy them for your team, CEO Reads offers some great quantity discounts, and we would be happy to customize with a personalized template. What does it mean to Win Well? One manager wrote to David and said, “This is my life! How did you know?

How to Build Trust with Your Clients

Women on Business

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How to Read Company Culture

Kevin Eikenberry

Today I’m answering a question from one of our viewers with four questions to ask yourself to know… How do you read company culture to see if you’re fitting in or not?

How to Win Influence and Keep It

Lead Change Blog

What he didn’t know was his power had been granted to him from the beginning. Anytime he wanted, the Battery could use his power to make things move. You see, unbeknownst to him, he had a limited supply that could not be replenished. A way to ensure the job gets done.

How to Motivate Yourself

Let's Grow Leaders

“What else would you like to cover?” How do we motivate ourselves to feel like that?” I do know one thing, you can’t give someone 5 steps to figuring it out. From Motivation Theory to Real Life. 5 Ways to Motivate Yourself.

How to Involve Your Team in Creating Vision and Strategy

Jesse Lyn Stoner Blog

One of the biggest mistakes leaders make is thinking they are supposed to have all the answers, especially when it comes to vision. There is a natural desire to look like you are smart and know what you’re doing.

7 CEO Success Tips – How To Be A Better Leader

N2Growth Blog

Instead, it is a long drive across the entire country that requires a look at the roadmap to avoid the roadblocks while understanding the routes and the detours along the way, long before the drive begins. When leaders decide to take this journey, decisions will have to be made that will determine whether success, or a lack of it will be realized once the journey has begun. C odify your ‘way to play’ to get the job done. 4) WHEN do you plan to arrive?

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How to Talk about Politics at Work

Jesse Lyn Stoner Blog

And strong feelings continue to abound. The post How to Talk about Politics at Work appeared first on Seapoint Center for Collaborative Leadership. The recent US elections might have been the most contentious ever.