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20 Questions for Individuals and Organizations

Are any types of negative behavior being rewarded and perhaps even honored? Is it common for agreement to be rushed when it should be...

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The one leadership hack we've all been looking for is free

Imagine there was a technique you could learn and practice that would display respect for others, promote trust and contribute mightily to individual and group performance. I suspect many would be willing to invest heavily in the workshops and books that teach this behavior with its almost magical outcomes. I know I would.

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The Heart of Innovation: One of the Biggest Obstacles to Genuine Communication

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How the crisis will change the way we manage forever

The implications of the coronavirus pandemic are and will be profound for individuals, organizations, and society at large. One of the casualties few will shed a tear for will be the demise of what can only be described as old-school management practices.

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Empower, Rather Than Delegate - Lead Change

Great leaders empower others to success by setting the GPS for the business and then rallying the team members to follow.

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This Is What to Do Instead of Having an Open Door - Liz Kislik

During a conversation I had recently with Jason Dykstra of the Thriving Leaders podcast about the value of conflict, he asked me about the practicality of using an open-door policy as a tool for encouraging employee participation. I told him I encourage executives not to use the term; “open-door policy” is something lots of leaders …

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How the lowest vibration in the room is costing you dollars and morale

We all know them, have worked with them, and at some point, have probably been them -- “the lowest vibration in the room" guy/gal, or “energy vampire.” This person can suck inspiration, hope, enthusiasm and, at its most basic, peace, right out of the room. And it's expensive. Consider the cost of negative energy at your next meeting. Negative energy in the workplace costs us

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A Two-Part Team Exercise that Shifts Focus and Elevates Performance

Lousy leaders focus on what’s wrong with you. 4 lousy-leader-behaviors: #1. Lousy leaders obsess over people’s flaws and weaknesses. #2. Lousy leaders complain about the wrong people. Under-performing leaders complain about others. But nothing changes until you focus on your performance first. What can you do to help bring out the best in others? Leaders…

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4 Practices Guaranteed to Energize Tired Teams

We begin new jobs with enthusiasm. But repetition leads to boredom. Lousy bosses make work miserable. Constant pressure causes burnout. Successful leaders energize teams. 4 ways to energize tired teams: #1. Establish direction that matters to each team member. Can everyone describe what rowing-with looks like? Point out anyone who is rowing sideways. Do this…

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6 phrases that will help you sell your ideas

Show you’re fully invested, and your audience will feel the same.

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10 Ways to Help Reluctant People Make Commitments

Leaders spend too much time trying to get performance from people who aren't committed. The worst thing you can do is explain why it-will-work to people who aren’t committed to make-it-work. You know the scenario. You make up a suggestion and someone explains that it won’t work. What happens when you answer a naysayer’s objection?…

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For Success, Cultivate a Communication Style that Shows You Care - Management Excellence by Art Petty

Our daily work lives are filled with challenging conversations and soft negotiations. For success, cultivate a communication style that shows you care.

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5 Ways to Bring Your Best When Schedules are Tight

In one study*, theology students at Princeton University stepped over a person in need. They were on their way to give a talk about the Good Samaritan. The needy person coughed and moaned as they stepped over him. You should know that some of the students were primed to be in a hurry. Hurry: Elevates…

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Why You Should Ditch Your Performance Reviews - Lolly Daskal | Leadership

Consider doing away with performance reviews and instead work to build abetter relationship with those who work hard and put in tremendous effort.

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How to Figure Out Where You Should Focus – thoughtLEADERS, LLC: Leadership Training for the Real World

True business leaders stay focused. This is crystal clear. But how can you make sure you are focusing on the most promising business opportunities that can lead your company to success? Today’s pos…

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15 Questions that Invent the Future

Progress is the answer to a question. If you feel stuck, you have aspiration without progress. But the right question re-ignites forward movement. If you want to invent the future, you must first ask about it. 15 questions that invent the future: What strengths do you have that seem most useful right now? How might…