• Stop Avoiding It: Four Tips For Delivering Tough...
    Entrepreneur - Dec 2
    As business owners and team members, we all have to deliver tough messages. At some point, we will have to say the equivalent of that dreaded line, "We need to talk . . ." Why are such conversations so difficult that... Read »
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  • The Top Seven Things Professionals Want More Of, But...
    Forbes - Dec 2
    Over the 11 years I’ve been offering career coaching and leadership development training, I’ve heard from over 100,000 individuals from around the world who share some form of this sentiment: “I don’t know what I... Read »
    2 days ago
  • How To Manage Your Emotions Without Fighting Them
    HBR - Dec 2
    In examining your emotions, you realize that one of the values behind your... Read »
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  • Women, Leadership, And 2016
    Boston Globe - Dec 2
    "They're telling us we’ve got this one, Alice,” I said quietly as I stood in front of Alice Paul’s old house on Capitol Hill the night before the election. In 1920, Paul engineered the ratification of the 19th... Read »
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  • Four Tips For Digital Leadership Success
    Tech Republic - Dec 2
    Business leaders who embrace digital practices perform better in the marketplace and have more engaged employees, according to a new study from Oxford Economics and SAP. The Leaders 2020 study surveyed more than 4,100... Read »
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  • It’s Time For Leaders To Stop Dragging Everyone...
    Fortune - Dec 2
    Running a meeting is no easy task. It requires ample planning, effective moderation, and a combination of discipline and flexibility. Meeting leaders want to keep everyone on track and achieve a set objective, usually within... Read »
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  • Six Proven Strategies To Rebound From Failure
    Entrepreneur - Dec 2
    Long before Arianna Huffington launched Huffington Post, 36 publishers rejected her second book. Before Walt Disney built Disneyland, he was told he lacked creativity. Bill Gates’ first company was a disaster, with a... Read »
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  • Balancing Fun And Professionalism At The Holiday...
    Forbes - Dec 2
    Are you planning to attend your office holiday party? I hope so. This is a great occasion to relax and have a good time — and can be a highly anticipated, positive antidote to year-end stress. But anytime you combine fun... Read »
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  • How Domino’s Pizza Reinvented Itself
    HBR - Dec 2
    I spent the last 18 months researching and writing a book on how organizations and leaders can do extraordinary things, even if they operate in pretty ordinary fields. You don’t have to be a programmer in Silicon Valley or... Read »
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  • How Boards Can Set Up A New CEO For Success
    HBR - Dec 2
    Few people have more experience with CEO successions than Ram Charan. For more than three decades, Charan has been involved in CEO searches in the United States, China, Japan, India, Brazil, and Europe, as a director, an... Read »
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  • Three Dangerous Ways You May Be Failing Your Employees
    Entrepreneur - Nov 28
    We spend so much time focusing on the nuances of leadership that we often forget about the very definition of leadership and what we -- as business owners, CEOs, executives and managers -- should tangibly be doing to help... Read »
    6 days ago
  • How Blind Spots Sink Leaders: Two Remedies From...
    Forbes - Nov 28
    Pollsters and major media groups that had forecast a narrow victory for veteran politician Hillary Clinton unhappily found themselves on the wrong side of the U.S. presidential election outcome. Despite a well-organized... Read »
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  • How Loss Aversion And Conformity Threaten...
    HBR - Nov 28
    To achieve true transformational change, CEOs must have more than a strategic plan. To effect actual change, they need to understand how biases — their own, and their employees’ — can shape behaviors and decisions, and... Read »
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  • Why Are You Recognizing Employees In The First Place?
    Switch & Shift - Nov 28
    Many companies and organizations set themselves up with recognition and reward programs aimed at recognizing employees without putting thought behind why they do so. To quote Simon Sinek from his thought-provoking book,... Read »
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  • Here’s What Happened When I Started Being...
    Fortune - Nov 28
    From the film industry to the White House, diversity is a hot topic across the country. Although attention rightly remains focused on the big social, political, and legal discussions of race, gender, and religion, I’d like... Read »
    6 days ago