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Our reader poll today asks:  How rigorously do you maintain your professional network? Very: I put a lot of time and effort into strengthening my network: 16% Kind of: I’ll spend time on it when I have free time: 33% Not very: I neglect maintaining it most of the time: 41% Not at all: I […]
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Emotions are the core of all human beings but not managing them properly might be what is keeping your team from achieving the most efficiency in their day.  Today’s post is by Jon Wortmann, thoughtLEADERS instructor. How much time is strong emotion wasting in your office? You know the routine: someone says something in a […]
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The business buzzword ‘transparency’ is achievable. But, it’s a team effort, and you’ll have to get rid of closed-door meetings and upgrade your culture first. Today’s post is by Guy Pierce Bell. We’ve all heard “transparency” thrown around as one of the hot business buzzwords of the day. But its prevalence hasn’t created anything close […]
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Our reader poll today asks:  How would you best describe your relationship with delivering end-of-year reviews? I think they’re a great tool for managing performance and developing people: 10% They’re OK, but they definitely have limitations: 32% They’re not at all good for managing performance: 27% I hate them and do them under duress: 17% […]
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In this set of 7 podcasts, you’ll get valuable leadership advice from the former CEOs of Kellogg’s and Avis. You’ll learn how to finally get people to think outside the box, understand the 8 leader types in the White House and which one you are, get an unconventional marketing idea from Titleist, learn how one […]
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Ethical dilemmas can be tough to resolve, especially in today’s complex business environment.  Gut feeling and common sense are unreliable guides to ethical decision making. Only well-grounded ethical reasoning can lead us to the right choices and give us conceptual equipment to defend them. Today’s post is by John Hooker, author of Taking Ethics Seriously […]
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Our reader poll today asks:  How often do you overcommit and stretch yourself too thin? Always — I consistently commit to too much and am always stretched: 36% Sometimes — I’ll overcommit occasionally but it’s not too frequent: 44% Rarely — Every once in a while I’ll overcommit but not often: 17% Never — I am very mindful of […]
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Leadership is not just about task competence. If that were the case, every orchestra conductor would be a virtuoso on strings, brass, woodwind, and percussion. The leader is there because they multiply the value of individuals by making them into a team. Good judgment is needed when encouraging people ‘what’ to do not ‘how’ to […]
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Our reader poll today asks:  How often do you tap into your high school/college/etc. alumni networks to create business opportunities? All the time: 3% Occasionally: 14% Infrequently: 32% Never: 50% Your network is bigger than you realize. Take a look at where you are in your career. Now think about all those folks you went to […]
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Are you keeping an eye on the various leadership trends happening in your industry?  Well, take a look at this list of leadership trends that have been growing and will sticking around for quite awhile. Today’s post is by thougthtLEADERS principal Maureen Metcalf. I host a weekly radio show that helps leaders update how they lead. The […]
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