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Best Leadership Books of 2010

Leading Blog

One helps to explain the artistry of leadership. The big lesson for all of us: nothing—leadership, capitalism, society—can be sustained forever in a culture of get —with a mindset of always more. Driven to Lead : Good, Bad, and Misguided Leadership by Paul R. Serve to Lead : Your Transformational 21st Century Leadership System by James M Strock. Leading Outside the Lines : How to Mobilize the Informal Organization, Energize Your Team, and Get Better Results by Jon R.

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Multitasking Pitfalls

Coaching Tip

The ability to keep information organized in the brain. Managing two mental tasks at once reduces the brainpower available for either task, according to a study published in the journal NeuroImage. Self-Coaching books to help you and your employees better manage time: . Develop Leadership Skills: A Mobile Reference Guide (ebook $.99). " Time is what we want most but what we use worst." William Penn.

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Culture Renovation

Leading Blog

Kevin Oakes advocates that mindset in Culture Renovation: 18 Leadership Actions to Build an Unshakeable Company. If a senior leader wanted to tap the energy and creativity of someone lower down in the organization, she or he needed to invite that person’s boss, and so on.

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Leaders, Your Words Matter

Next Level Blog

No matter what type of leader you are or what kind of formal or informal organization you lead, I encourage you to pause today and everyday to consider the possible impact of your words. If you’re in a position of leadership you have that power. The Next Level Blog is where he shares "news you can use" to raise your leadership game.

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5 Behaviors of Leaders Who Embrace Change

Harvard Business

Part of the issue is how organizations view the human aspect of the closing date, which is usually treated as the end of the transaction, when it’s really just the start of change. Organizations, processes, and cultures will be integrated for weeks and months after the organizations come together, causing disruption and uncertainty. Leaders in the M&A environment are managing an organization that hasn’t existed before.

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Why Great Leaders Are in Short Supply

Harvard Business Review

We're living with something of an irony right now regarding leadership. On the one hand, the topic has never been more studied and written about; my recent Google search for leadership research by academies and institutes returned some 375,000 hits. On the other hand, we are experiencing a dearth of leadership in society. As I see it, leaders in the past had the great advantages of: Privileged access to information. Leadership has never been easy.

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