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One of the foundational skills for leaders is communication. Leadership communication involves different communication mediums, with a variety of people in a variety of roles, in all sorts of situations. So how do you improve your leadership communication skills? What if you had a free resource to help improve your communication skills in 10 minutes […]

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Today I am talking about a lesson I learned in reading a quote from the Theologian John Henry Newman: “Nothing would be done at all if a person waited until he/she could do it so well that no one could find fault with it.” And here’s the reality – someone will ALWAYS find fault in […]

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As leaders, we must always be thinking about when and how and what we communicate with our team members. Finding our way here is critical to our short and long-term success as a leader. New leaders wonder how to do it and it can be even more challenging and complex if you are leading remotely. […]

The post Creating a Communication Cadence appeared first on Kevin Eikenberry on Leadership & Learning.

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Like me, you have likely seen many adjectives placed in front of the word leader. Never has “hospitable” been one of them. Until I found The Hospitable Leader by Terry A. Smith. The newness of the idea drew me to it, as I hope it will you. Let me tell you what hospitable leadership means, […]

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This is a question that I get asked a lot and I think in order to answer this question, you have to understand the answer to another question first: How do you define friend? So think about this a little bit and then “join me”on the video to answer the original question about friends and […]

The post Do Friends and Leadership Mix? – Remarkable TV appeared first on Kevin Eikenberry on Leadership & Learning.

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As a leader, you are in the influence business. People are watching what you do, when you do it, and how you do it. They are listening to what you say, how you say it and when you say it. And that is just part of how you are influencing your team. To be a […]

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Do your new supervisors hit the ground running? Are they successful from the start? Do those new supervisors have the confidence they need to be successful? Do you have new supervisor training, and if you do, is it working? If you answered no to any of these questions, and especially if you answered no to […]

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You likely have a program of some sort when new employees join your organization – most call it onboarding – but do you have the same process for NEW supervisors? These onboarding processes are so valuable for new employees, but they can also have value for new supervisors. Everything that leaders do has a ripple […]

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Every day, in organizations everywhere, people are promoted to their first leadership role. They receive titles like supervisor, lead, foreman, or front-line leader. The titles matter less than the situation – people are moving from doing the work to leading the work. And every day, these people are congratulated, patted on the back, and sent […]

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If you are a new leader or supervisor, you likely have questions about the complex world you now find yourself in. If you lead new supervisors, you may wish there was a place they could get some additional answers to their questions. Never fear, Guy and Kevin are here. Read on to learn how we […]

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