Quotes And Leadership Lessons From How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World

Joseph Lalonde

A Reel Leadership Article. Hiccup (Jay Baruchel), Astrid (America Ferrera), Snotlout (Jonah Hill), Tuffnut (Justin Ripple), Ruffnut (Kristen Wiig), and the rest of the How To Train Your Dragon return in the third outing for How To Train Your Dragon.

How To Lead Your Boss

Eric Jacobson

So, that is why Mackenzie wrote her book -- to teach you how to take actions that ultimately will improve your impact on the job and increase your happiness and fulfillment in your career. Make a concerted effort to elevate your thinking to an enterprise-wide perspective.

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How To Be A Humble Leader

Eric Jacobson

From John Blakey 's new book, The Trusted Executive , published just a couple weeks ago, here are these four tips from Jim Collins for how to be a humble leader : Demonstrate a compelling modesty, shunning public adulation and never be boastful.

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How To Apologize

Eric Jacobson

The following great advice about how to apologize is from the book, The Courage Solution , by Mindy Mackenzie. Asking humbly, "How can I fix this?" Keep in mind that an effective apology requires you to have actually begun working on a solution by the time you get to this step.

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How To Listen Effectively

Eric Jacobson

Active Listener Eric Jacobson on Leadership and Management How To Be A Better Listener How To Listen Listening Michelle Tillis The 11 Laws of LikabilityHere are some great tips from Michelle Tillis Lederman's book, The 11 Laws of Likability.

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How To Be Humble

Eric Jacobson

From John Blakey 's book, The Trusted Executive , here are these four tips from Jim Collins for how to be a humble leader : Demonstrate a compelling modesty, shunning public adulation and never be boastful.

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How to Manage Your Emotions When You Make Leadership Decisions

Let's Grow Leaders

Do you struggle to manage your emotions? We were speaking to an international gathering of leaders from across Europe when a young man approached the microphone and asked: “How, as a leader, do you keep your personal feelings from […].

How to Overcome Arrogance

Leadership Freak

All that’s ugly in leadership begins with arrogance. Beat yourself up over… Continue reading → Humility Servant-leadership arrogance GrowthYou might be arrogant if you: Look down your nose on those you serve. Arrogance views others as burdens and irritations.

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How To Be A Humble Leader

Eric Jacobson

From John Blakey 's book, The Trusted Executive , here are these four tips from Jim Collins for how to be a humble leader : Demonstrate a compelling modesty, shunning public adulation and never be boastful.

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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 […].

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How to Make a Memory – Remarkable TV

Kevin Eikenberry

I’ve gone to a lot of “life events” and experiences and there’s one thing that I see people doing over and over again that not only makes me sad, but also gets in the way of making memories.

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How To Stay Motivated

Eric Jacobson

To learn how to stay motivated, read High-Profit Prospecting , by Mark Hunter. Today, I share one of my favorite sections of the book where Hunter describes his seven things motivated people do to stay motivated : Motivated people ignore voices in their lives. Your job is to make sure you spend as much time with the positive people as possible. Positive people count it an honor to live each day, learn from others, and impact positively those they meet.

How To Make Leadership Less Lonely

Joseph Lalonde

If you ask a leader what his biggest struggle with is in leadership, you will often hear a single answer. Leadership is lonely. I have no one to go to with my leadership struggles. It’s a fact of life that leadership can be lonely.

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How to Motivate Yourself

Let's Grow Leaders

I had just finished reviewing the syllabus with my Masters level leadership class, and asked my typical follow-up question. “What else would you like to cover?” How do we motivate ourselves to feel like that?” From Motivation Theory to Real Life.

How to Win in Africa

Leading Blog

They say business leaders tend to “underestimate Africa’s size and potential as a market, and overestimate the challenges of doing business there.”. To win in Africa, your strategy needs to factor four key considerations : Mapping an Africa Strategy: Africa is huge.

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When Leadership Becomes Too Much: How to Unwind

Lead Change Blog

You’re human, and leadership is tough. So, you’re bound to burn out at some stage. But the biggest challenge often comes with accepting you need to unwind. Nothing will fall apart if you decide to take some time to yourself. With that in mind, here’s how to unwind when leadership becomes too much. Create a to-do list (for personal stuff). There’s that ‘thing’ you need to do, isn’t there?

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Why Leadership Development is Superficial and How to Fix It

Leadership Freak

You’re missing the point if all you want to do is become a better leader. … Continue reading → Influence Leading Passion Personal Growth Purpose Servant-leadership Taking others higher Growth Leadership Leadership Development organizational successYour vision is puny. Maybe you’re self-centered. My passion: Developing leaders is a secondary passion in my life.…

How To Lead Your Boss

Eric Jacobson

So, that is why Mackenzie wrote her book -- to teach you how to take actions that ultimately will improve your impact on the job and increase your happiness and fulfillment in your career. Mackenzie's quick-read strategies focus on these four key areas : Part 1: You First offers techniques to take ownership and accountability for creating a career and life you love. Part 2: Lead Your Boss describes proven techniques to transform your relationship with your boss.

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How To Ignite Your Inspiration At Work

Eric Jacobson

You’ll learn how to: Overcome the common fears of failure, change and criticism. Embolden yourself to take more risks. One of my favorite parts in the book is the list of nine ways to negate the fear of change. He teaches you how to: Turn resistance into resolution.

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How to Use a Leadership Coach

Next Level Blog

One way to go is to hire an experienced leadership coach that can help you take an objective look at your performance and guide you in the process of making adjustments that will make a positive difference to you, your team and your organization. Don’t have the budget for a leadership coach? Check out what your organization has to offer. Yet another option is to pair up with a peer from another part of your organization and agree to coach each other.

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How To Improve Your Leadership Skills

Strategy Driven

Wanting to be a better leader is a good goal to have. You’ll be strengthening your chances at moving up in your company and helping your organization to succeed. You can’t simply want to be a better leader. You have to put in the hard work it takes to achieve results.

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How To Make An Apology

Eric Jacobson

The following great advice about how to apologize is from the new book, The Courage Solution , by Mindy Mackenzie. Asking humbly, "How can I fix this?" Apologizing Eric Jacobson on Leadership and Management How to Apologize Leadership

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How To Prepare For Leadership

Joseph Lalonde

R egardless of how old you are, you can always step into the role of a leader. Doing so requires you to prepare for leadership. This is why it’s important young leaders prepare for the role of leadership. When you do, your leadership becomes magical.

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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.

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How To Write Anything

Eric Jacobson

Ever wondered about the do's and don'ts of writing a: Business Apology Letter of Recommendation Job Advertisement Interview Follow-up Press Release Executive Summary Collection Letter Resignation Letter.then, the book, How To Write Anything: A Complete Guide is for you.

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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 Make Meaningful Change

Leadership Freak

It takes no courage to stand aloof and complain. Do you wish to lead? The second step… Continue reading → Change Leadership Development LeadershipChange something. #1. Accept the messy. Acceptance isn’t approval. “The first step toward change is awareness.

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How To Say I'm Sorry

Eric Jacobson

One of the most difficult words for anyone, leaders included, to say is, " sorry." Yet, the time will likely come when that's the word you need to say. In the position of needing to apologize? Note: Thanks to St. Apologizing How to Apologize I'm Sorry" Leaders LeadershipResearch shows that apologizing in a heartfelt way can help you reduce stress and alleviate guilt. Do this: Apologize immediately. Say you are sorry.

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5 Pointers on How to Think Clearly

QAspire

Developing clarity in thinking is becoming even more important in a world that is constantly trying to distract you. If we improve how we think, we also improve how we lead teams, develop people, innovate, solve important problems and grow as individuals.

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3 Most Common Leadership Mistakes and How to Avoid Them in 2019

Strategy Driven

For some people becoming a leader has been a meticulous decision and a result of many years of hard work, whereas some others might have got a leadership position without ever striving for it. Not an easy task to do! Choose who to delegate the tasks to, based on their strengths.

How To Be A Humble Leader

Eric Jacobson

From John Blakey 's book, The Trusted Executive , here are these four tips from Jim Collins for how to be a humble leader : Demonstrate a compelling modesty, shunning public adulation and never be boastful.

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How to Lead Different and Diverse People

Let's Grow Leaders

Achieve More When you Lead Different and Diverse People You know that the ability to lead different and diverse people to come together and blend their talents is key to achieving breakthrough results.

How to Avoid Distractions

Kevin Eikenberry

I don’t know many who haven’t gone to work one day pledging to be more productive than they were yesterday. Well, there are many answers to that […]. The post How to Avoid Distractions appeared first on Kevin Eikenberry on Leadership & Learning.

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How to Lead On Purpose

Great Leadership By Dan

And why do many, despite their best efforts, manage to motivate top performers but can’t get the whole team rowing in the same direction? We found that to create a common goal, it’s vital to ramp up your purpose as an organization. Guest post from John Izzo Ph.D.

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How to Overcome the Frustrations of Collaboration

Leadership Freak

It seems faster to make decisions on your own, especially when others don’t think like you. It’s simpler to give direction and expect obedience, than to endure the messy work of collaboration. The… Continue reading → Communication Personal Growth Decisions Growth Leadership Development

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How To Lead Your Boss

Eric Jacobson

So, that is why Mackenzie wrote her book -- to teach you how to take actions that ultimately will improve your impact on the job and increase your happiness and fulfillment in your career. Make a concerted effort to elevate your thinking to an enterprise-wide perspective.

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How to JumpStart Your Leadership Career

Lead Change Blog

A leadership career isn’t like a regular career. You don’t go to school for it; you can’t find many summer internships focused only on making you a better leader; and developing your leadership skills may not lead directly to a paycheck. or “What am I going to learn today?”

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How to Be More Curious – Remarkable TV

Kevin Eikenberry

Today’s episode is the third in my series based on a talk that I gave to a group of sixth, seventh and eighth graders. The post How to Be More Curious – Remarkable TV appeared first on Kevin Eikenberry on Leadership & Learning.

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How To Write Anything

Eric Jacobson

Ever wondered about the do's and don'ts of writing a: Business Apology Letter of Recommendation Job Advertisement Interview Follow-up Press Release Executive Summary Collection Letter Resignation Letter.then, the book, How To Write Anything: A Complete Guide is for you.

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How To Gracefully Exit Your Leadership Position

Joseph Lalonde

Whether this position is within a business, non-profit, or a church, one day your time as a leader will come to an end. What do you do when your leadership position ends? Leaving a leadership position isn’t always easy. Or it could be you outgrew the leadership position.

How To Explain Change

Eric Jacobson

When you communicate change to your team, explain the logical and rational reasons for the change: 1. Explain how the change will make employees feel before, during and after the implementation. Change Change Leadership Change Management Eric Jacobson on Leadership and ManagementExplain the tactical plan and goals. Answer questions from your team.

How To Be An Active Listener

Eric Jacobson

Today's leadership tip on how to be an active listener comes from the book, Stronger. The authors explain that perhaps the best single technique t o convey effective listening requires you to be an active listener. When someone has finished making a point, use that person's name and then paraphrase in your words the essence of what you understood that person to say. Frame your question to keep the focus on the person speaking.

How To Practice SPARK Leadership

Eric Jacobson

You practice SPARK leadership if you: S hare Information P lay to Strengths A sk for Input and Appreciate Different Ideas R ecognize and Respond to Individual Needs K eep Your Commitments A great reminder from the President and CEO of American Management Association, Edward T.

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