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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 2

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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Coordinated Coaching Increases Trust within Organizations; Accountability as a Trust-Building Framework

Coordinated Coaching Increases Trust within Organizations; Accountability as a Trust-Building Framework

Suzi Pomerantz January 27, 2017 0

If you find accountability, collaboration, and communication to be issues in your organization, the underlying cause may be a culture of distrust. Trust is the missing ingredient for true employee engagement within an organization

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Inspirational Celebrity Quotes that will Restore Your Positivity Balance

Inspirational Celebrity Quotes that will Restore Your Positivity Balance

Rana Tarakji July 5, 2016 0

At times, we feel somewhat uninspired. Sometimes we just need a bit of inspiration to get a boost in the right direction. Not so surprisingly, positive and wise words from successful people can restore

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Hero to Host: Developing Police Leadership in the 21st Century

Hero to Host: Developing Police Leadership in the 21st Century

Mark McKergow May 20, 2016 0

The recent College of Policing leadership review priorities a move away from ‘heroic leadership’ to a more team-based and engaging approach. We propose that the metaphor of host leadership – leading as host rather

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CEOs Open Their Kimonos to the Hidden Cocktail of Elite Success

CEOs Open Their Kimonos to the Hidden Cocktail of Elite Success

Laura Berger May 10, 2016 0

I hear the foremost occupants of the c-suite open the kimono to their thoughts for hours every day--enough to cherry-pick the essential qualities that mark the true greats in leadership

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STAYING ALIVE IN COMPLEX CHALLENGES OF LEADERSHIP AND ORGANISATIONS: A TERRITORY MAP FOR LEADERS AND THEIR COACHES

STAYING ALIVE IN COMPLEX CHALLENGES OF LEADERSHIP AND ORGANISATIONS: A TERRITORY MAP FOR LEADERS AND THEIR COACHES

Dost Can Deniz May 9, 2016 0

Organizations, human systems are complex. Each part impacts others; all parts are in equilibrium with each other, and each and every one is impacted when you intervene in one

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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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Issue Two: Leadership is a Contact Sport

Issue Two: Leadership is a Contact Sport

Marshall Goldsmith January 6, 2016 0

By Marshall Goldsmith Continual contact with colleagues is so effective in helping leaders develop that they can succeed even without a large, formal program. Leadership is a relationship not between the coach and the

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Change isn’t an academic exercise

Change isn’t an academic exercise

Marshall Goldsmith January 6, 2016 0

If you want to change, you must follow-up! Learn why this step is so important and how to do it, right. Leadership Is A Contact Sport step 7 of 8:  Change! By Marshall Goldsmith

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Involve the people around you to support your change efforts

Involve the people around you to support your change efforts

Marshall Goldsmith January 6, 2016 0

Involve & Change: Improving your odds for change Leadership Is A Contact Sport step 6 of 8:  Involve! By Marshall Goldsmith If a tree falls in the forest and no one hears it fall,

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