The Single Predictor of Long-Term Success

Leadership Freak

Average people succeed as long as they keep going when the path is steep. There’s hope for you if you aren’t the smartest person at the table. Talent, intelligence, good fortune, and opportunity… Continue reading → Marks of leaders Personal Growth Success Growth Leadership Development leadership success

3 Tips for Long-Term Business Success

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What Happened to Long Term? – Pt 1

General Leadership

for long term grudges.” Is it just me or have long term strategies gone the way of other fads? Budgets are being more skewed to shorter term results. The post What Happened to Long Term? Guest Posts Series decision making Diamond General investment Leadership long term Process results strategy Transformation Vision

Aim Higher: Servant Leaders Think Long Term

Skip Prichard

Leaders Think Long Term. What he was teaching me was that long-term was more important than short-term. My grandfather didn’t use the term “delayed gratification,” but that’s what he was talking about, and it’s a critical part of servant leadership. The principle of investing is a good analogy for long-term planning. Servant leaders think long-term. Great leaders think long term.

COVID & the Future of Work: Insights from Paycor’s C-Suite

In Paycor’s newest report, our Chief Executive and Group Leaders consider how your clients will recruit, manage their workforce, optimize benefits, and foster employee experience in the new normal of 2020 and beyond. For actionable insights and tips download and share our guide with your clients!

The Single Biggest Factor in Long-Term Organizational Success

Leadership Freak

“What ultimately constrains the performance of your organization is not its business model, nor its operating model, but its management model.” (The The Future of Management, Gary Hamel) Factors of organizational success: Jim Collins… Continue reading → Managing Success Management organizational success

Can We Make Remote Work Work Long-Term?

Strategy Driven

If this work style continues, what do leaders need to focus on to ensure long-term success? While there are many advantages to working from home, those making the change may long for the benefits of working in a traditional office. Respondents shared that they missed seeing their colleagues and that they feel “stuck” in one place for too long. Lots of people who are newly working at home would like to keep it that way.

Leading through Long Term Influence

Great Leadership By Dan

and Leverne Barrett, Extension Leadership Specialist of the University of Nebraska–Lincoln Extension, depicts someone’s choice of influence tactics in terms of the “softness” versus “hardness” of the tactic. Autocratic leaders will often make demands, threats or intimidation, which will generate short-term change but no support.

4 Disciplines For Long-Term Sustainability Of Change

Tanveer Naseer

Establish Learning and Renewal It may seem like a luxury to capture learning and celebrate successes, but it’s as critical to long-term success as any substantial accomplishment might be. The following is a guest piece by R. Kendall Lyman and Tony C. Daloisio. Years ago, we each had a chance individually, to take a hot air balloon ride. Kendall’s adventure was fun and exhilarating. But for Tony, his ride was terrifying because of his fear of heights and small places.

The Long-Term Effects Of Paying Attention To Your Health

Joseph Lalonde

But what are the long-term effects of paying attention to your health? Let’s take a look at the long-term effects of paying attention to your health today. The Long-Term Effects Of Paying Attention To Your Health. These are the short-term effects of taking care of your health. But what of the long-term effects? This has multiple long-term effects.

3 Hard-Earned Lessons On How To Achieve Long-Term Leadership Success

Tanveer Naseer

If someone were to ask you what 3 personal lessons do you attribute as being key to your success, what would you say? It’s a question I’ve been asked and I thought it would be fun to share the answers in this 10th edition of Leadership Espresso Shot on my. Click to continue reading. Growth Leadership Biz Cafe Recent Posts failure growth leadership learning perception

The End Of Long-Term Planning

Strategy Driven

At the end of a particularly long and grueling strategy meeting with the executive team of a major consumer services business, Alan, the chief executive officer, turned to me and said, “Living quarter by quarter is madness, but in a few years’ time people will laugh at us for developing three-year plans.” With the pace of business change today, driven by technology and globalization, long-term plans last about as long as an ice storm in the desert.

Five Ways to “Romance” Your Long Term Customers

Kevin Eikenberry

Last week, I gave you a metaphor to consider – the idea that we romance Clients or Customers to get them (like a first few dates), but after they are Clients, we tend to focus less attention on them (like 10 years after the wedding). If you want to avoid this tendency, both personally and [.]. Building Relationships Communication Customer Mindset Customer Relationships Leadership Leadership Communication Customer engagement romancing customers

Five Tips To Enable Your Start-Up For Long-Term Success

Strategy Driven

Getting caught up in the difficulties of the short-term running of a business can be detrimental to long-term success. If you’ve launched a new business and are eager for success, here are five tips to enable your start-up for prosperity in the long-term.

Excellence + Relevance = Long-Term Success

First Friday Book Synopsis

Excellent firms don’t believe in excellence – only in constant improvement and constant change. Tom Peters Excellent: very good of its kind; eminently good Relevant: having direct bearing on the matter in hand; pertinent ————— This is a short and simple blog post. What makes for a successful company or organization? How about this? Excellence [.]. Randy's blog entries

Statistical Success Yes - But Long Term Measurements are Tougher

CEO Blog

The problem with many long-term challenges are the outcomes do not happen fast enough to know exactly what works and what does not. The advent of the internet and internet advertising seemed to push a move towards measuring direct results. Spend $1000 on ads and see if it yields $1000 in results. Statistically experiment with small tests to see if it pays more to advertise with this catch phrase or that, with green or blue, in the morning or night etc.

Featured at Forbes: Recover From Long-Term Burnout

ReImagine Work

The post Featured at Forbes: Recover From Long-Term Burnout appeared first on Mary Schaefer, empowerment authority, coach & trainer for those in engineering, scientific & IT-related positions. Forbes, Oct. 24, 2016 : “In a recent survey of thousands of workers across the U.S., 70% reported working more than 40 hours a week and feeling burned out. While everyone experiences daily stress in some form, when it is severe enough and doesn’t let up, burnout is the result.

Experiencing Long-Term Unemployment

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Built to Last: Five Leadership Principles Required for Long Term Success

Kevin Eikenberry

The post Built to Last: Five Leadership Principles Required for Long Term Success appeared first on Kevin Eikenberry on Leadership & Learning. At my farm in Michigan stands a barn that, according to a barn expert I recently spoke with, is well over 100 years old. There are older structures than this, of course. But this barn has served its multiple purposes well over years, and stands ready today for its next stage of life. Clearly, this […].

Leadership and Your Long Term Legacy

Next Level Blog

  How long term is your perspective?  Posted by Scott Eblin on November 11, 2010 in executive presence , Random observations | Permalink Technorati Tags : Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore , Florence , leadership , legacies , long-term thinking TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Leadership and Your Long Term Legacy : Comments I am an assistant administrator for a govt field office.

Long-Term Unemployment Hurts

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Coaching Others: Short Term Pain for Long Term Gain

Aspire-CS

Let’s call using coaching skills “short term pain for long term gain”. The great news is that if you are dedicated to it, and spend the time it takes there are some wonderful long term benefits for you and your employees. Posted in Uncategorized 10 Responses to “Coaching Others: Short Term Pain for Long Term Gain&# Jennifer V.

Collaboration for the Long Term

Mills Scofield

I'm re-posting from the archives because the issue of real, authentic collaboration has been coming up a few times a lot lately, especially in light of the Vulnerability & Trust Leadership Paradox radio show John Hagel , Saul Kaplan and Mike Waite did with me a few weeks ago. Menasha Packaging has a legacy of integrity and authenticity - going back 164 years. These posts demonstrate their commitment to team work, collaboration and how they value their people.

Why only long-term, high-impact books become business “classics”

First Friday Book Synopsis

Waterman Wayne Payne Why only long-term business bestsellers become “classics We seem to live in an age of instant gratification during which the average attention span resembles a strobe light blink and most people are only interested in (often obsessed with) the latest, “the best,” what’s new, the biggest, the fastest, what “they” recommend, etc. It was a 12th century French Neo-Platonist philosopher, Bernard of [.].

7 Pillars of Long-term, Successful Leaders

Ron Edmondson

In my observations, there are some common traits among the most successful, long-term leaders. Here are 7 pillars of long-term, successful leaders I’ve observed: Vision. Long-term, successful leaders don’t jump ship when times get difficult. The post 7 Pillars of Long-term, Successful Leaders appeared first on Ron Edmondson. I love observing leaders.

Does Your Company Have a Long-Term Plan for Remote Work?

Harvard Business

Develop a clear vision to get you through an uncertain future. Managing organizations Organizational culture Strategy Digital Article

Should Consultants Take Long-Term Contracts?

David A Fields

A consultant asked me the following question: I occasionally receive emails from recruiters on long-term contract opportunities which I can do. I’m a big fan of taking on contract work as long as you remember the rules: a small amount of […]. They would generate some much needed cash, but it is low hourly pay, entry-level work and takes away from marketing and my reputation. Should I take this work? I really need the cash.

Four Factors for the 21st Century

Lead Change Blog

The answer lies partially in sustainability, and then sustainability in the broadest sense of the word, including concepts such as corporate social responsibility , sustainability in terms of the planet, and most importantly, sustainability regarding your personnel. Leadership VUCA Long-term success qualities Sustainability sustainable leadershipExperts in the Netherlands predict that, on average, a child born today will pursue 7 professions during their working career.

One Secret to Long-term Leadership Success

Ron Edmondson

If I could give one piece of advice to leaders who want long-term success it would be this: Learn the people. Long-timer in a church or organization? What advice would you give to leaders who want long-term success? Related posts: 3 Essentials for Long-Term Success. The Value of a Long-Term Plan. The post One Secret to Long-term Leadership Success appeared first on Ron Edmondson.

7 “Must Do’s” for Long-Term Leadership Success

Ron Edmondson

If you want to last in leadership long term and you want to genuinely make am impact that outlasts your leadership, you will have to be intentional. Here are 7 suggestions for long term leadership success: Abiding – Sit with God regularly to talk and listen. The post 7 “Must Do’s” for Long-Term Leadership Success appeared first on Ron Edmondson. Related posts: One Secret to Long-term Leadership Success.

Why CEOs Should Share Their Long-Term Plans with Investors

Harvard Business

Rather than requiring less short-term information, we believe the key to combating short-termism is to encourage companies to share more information about their long-term plans. When asked why companies don’t talk more about the long term, CEOs often complain about the short-term orientation of investors. Similarly, investors complain that companies don’t disclose enough long-term information for them to work with.

Long Term Implementation of Quality Teams Within Organizations

Mike Cardus

Long Term Implementation of Lean Six Sigma within Organizations from Michael Cardus. Hire Mike. Want to discuss your company and working with your quality team to create a culture of quality improvement? Contact me mike@create-learning.com or call +1.716.629.3678. _. Slides from a workshop and consultation program on creating an organizational culture that focuses of quality improvement and quality teams.

Nolan Bushnell’s Two Simple Rules

Lead Change Blog

Personal Development failure Long-term success Luck management skills reality successThere are a lot of stories about Nolan Bushnell. He was the electrical engineer who invented the game “pong” and founded Atari. For a while there in the 1970’s, Nolan Bushnell could do no wrong. Nolan would sit around the living room with his friends and come up with ideas of all kinds. Two of the ideas resulted in Atari and the video game “Pong.”

The Value of a Long-Term Plan

Ron Edmondson

I read a blog post recently that indicated the death of long-term planning was imminent. In the age of short-term, instant everything, long-range planning gets a bad rap. I just think you may still need a long-term plan. Knowing where you want to end up is one key to long-term success. To me, that requires a longer term plan. How do you feel about long-term planning? Related posts: 3 Essentials for Long-Term Success.

4 Steps to Digitalize Healthcare for the Long Term - SPONSOR CONTENT FROM SIEMENS HEALTHINEERS

Harvard Business

Sponsor content from Siemens Healthineers. Sponsor Content

How Incentives for Long-Term Management Backfire

Harvard Business

To hear long-term investors tell it, company executives have embraced short-term thinking like never before. Two obvious pieces of evidence: The use of earnings for share buybacks that cost more than they’re worth, and dividend increases that divert cash from long-term investment. Why would executives, charged with sustainable value creation, put so much focus on short-term maneuvers like distributing earnings instead of reinvesting them?

Get your employees engaged and invested in your company’s long-term success

leaderCommunicator

Use these five tips to get your employees on board early and to ensure their participation in the long run: Complete a SWOT analysis. Nutritionists today urge parents to engage their children in the process of meal preparation and cooking with the notion that children are more likely to eat healthy food that they help to create.

3 Essentials for Long-Term Success

Ron Edmondson

For long-term success in any area of life you must be: Driven by vision. Do you want your organization to succeed? Do you want to personally succeed in your career? Do you want your marriage to thrive? Vision sets the direction you will move. It’s the aim…the mission…the goal of what needs to be done to determine success as you’ve defined it. It’s your overall purpose. Vision is necessary with anything in which you care to succeed.

What are the long-term consequences of multitasking?

CO2

In an article for The Chronicle of Higher Education (“Divided Attention”) , David Glenn examines some of recent scholarly findings about multitasking, including the work done by Clifford I. Nass, a professor of psychology at Stanford University. “Heavy multitaskers are often extremely confident in their abilities,” says Nass. “But there’s evidence that those people are actually worse at multitasking than most people.”

Empowering your Workforce in Increments

Lead Change Blog

Focusing on the Long-term. Poor leadership, compounded by poor external HR advice, made for decisions that were more about removing disliked people, rather than about the long-term future of the organisation. Leadership long-term honest feedback coach VisionI currently mentor a close colleague, who has recently experienced probably the worst example of organisational restructuring and change management that I have witnessed in over forty years!

Higher Ed Needs a Long-Term Plan for Virtual Learning

Harvard Business

How to move beyond the immediate response to Covid-19. Education Innovation Risk management Digital Article

Managing Crises in the Short and Long Term

Harvard Business

A conversation with researcher Eric McNulty about how to avoid common traps. Crisis management Leadership Decision making Motivating people Audio

Being a Two-Career Couple Requires a Long-Term Plan

Harvard Business

“We learned to take the long view, mostly because we didn’t have any other choice,” says Kate, now in her sixties and busy investing in the next generation of entrepreneurs. In their thirties, they decided that Kate would leave her corporate job to gain the flexibility she prioritized short-term to care for their two young children. Couples end up negotiating, based on current realities, rather than pacing themselves for the long (and lengthening) haul.