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WHAT’S THE ARCHETYPE OF A NEXT-DECADE LEADER?

WHAT’S THE ARCHETYPE OF A NEXT-DECADE LEADER?

Alaina Love February 20, 2017 0

We are all wired with ten distinct passion archetypes, but we express them uniquely, and each archetype demonstrates a particular pattern of behavior in the workplace (and in one’s personal life as well)

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Life . . . By Drift or Design

Life . . . By Drift or Design

Terrie Lupberger May 9, 2016 0

Whether leading others or leading your own life it seems to me there are two primary paths you can take. You either spend most of your time reacting to circumstances, acting mostly out of

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The Case for Maturity

The Case for Maturity

Jan Rybeck March 22, 2016 0

Mature leaders demonstrate both gravitas and agility. And this comes through directly as well as subtly through actions, decisions, and how they present themselves.

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The Father Factor

The Father Factor

Bob Rausch October 29, 2015 1

What was the relationship with your father like? Most of my coaching clients are male leaders and I’ve found that, along with significant life events and people of influence, the Father Factor has the

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Why Leadership Development Fails to Produce Good Leaders

Why Leadership Development Fails to Produce Good Leaders

Ray Williams March 12, 2015 0

Despite the fact leadership training programs abound, they have failed to produce good leaders

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A Sample Chapter: The Discomfort Zone: How Leaders Turn Difficult Conversations Into Breakthroughs by Dr. Marcia Reynolds

A Sample Chapter: The Discomfort Zone: How Leaders Turn Difficult Conversations Into Breakthroughs by Dr. Marcia Reynolds

Marcia Reynolds September 8, 2014 0

Introduction What Is Good about Discomfort? The Discomfort Zone is the moment of uncertainty when people are most open to learning. On the day I resigned from my last corporate position, one of the

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Co-Creation Through Engaging

Co-Creation Through Engaging

Nadine Hack December 12, 2013 0

Engagement leaders are indeed “bridges” connecting divergent types of people for the advantage of each and all.

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A Team Coaching Process for Complex Leadership Challenges

A Team Coaching Process for Complex Leadership Challenges

Suzi Pomerantz December 3, 2013 0

There is a wonderful integrative coaching tool for use when dealing with layered, nuanced complexity with multiple moving parts; in other words, business today.

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Lead By Listening

Lead By Listening

Mary Anne Flanagan August 22, 2012 0

Listening is a culture that may feel new, but it is critical for visioning and taking action. What’s happening now and where do you want to go are questions leaders need to ask and

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The “IT Factor”: A Leader’s Real Job Security!

The “IT Factor”: A Leader’s Real Job Security!

Val Williams June 26, 2012 0

The idea that the doer is interchangeable is actually not true… unless you buy into it. The doer (the person, the executive) has unique experiences, unique ways of contributing, and a unique viewpoint that

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