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8 Ways to Help End Workplace Prejudice

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Today’s Smartblog on Leadership post is by Leigh Steere, co-founder of Managing People Better. She discusses racism and 8 Ways to Help End Workplace Prejudice: “Each of us needs to do a frank self-assessment and come up with a personal action plan for becoming more sensitive. Your organizational success depends on embracing employee talent and » Read More

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How a wider perspective makes you a better leader

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Today’s SmartBlog on Leadership post is by Monica Diaz,  author of “Otheresteem: Regaining the Power to Value Others.” “Powerful listening as well as total presence have long been underestimated as central to a leader’s ability to affect change. It’s time to change this, to use active listening skills and insights to widen perspectives and remain » Read More

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5 steps to becoming more interesting — and a better leader

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Today’s SmartBlog on Leadership post, 5 Steps to Becoming More Interesting – and a Better Leader is by Mike Myatt, a leadership adviser to CEOs and boards, author of “Leadership Matters,” a Forbes contributor, and is managing director at N2growth, where he authors the N2growth Blog. “Smart leaders have long understood the key to relevance » Read More

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Automatic vs. Manual – Putting It in Gear

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Check out this post by Instigator Jon Mertz on how you can’t just cruise through life on automatic.  Jon describes the ‘gears’ you must successfully ‘shift’ through to get the most out of life.  

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The March 2012 Leadership Development Carnival Going Green Edition

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Welcome to the March 4th, 2012 Leadership Development Carnival Going Green Edition. Nope, it’s not sustainable, organic, or renewable….. not that green. It’s the wearing of the green to celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day this month!

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8 leadership myths dispelled

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Today’s SmartBlog for Leadership post is by Tara R. Alemany, the owner and founder of Aleweb Social Marketing, a consulting firm that helps authors, speakers and other creative-types build their online platform.  “So, what does happen when you get 21 leaders together to work on a project? Relationships are built. Myths are dispelled.” Read more about » Read More

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Diamonds in the rough: How to recognize your star employees

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What if a diamond in the rough could bring your organization a fresh perspective and ideas that increased customer satisfaction, teamwork, efficiency, employee retention or profitability? Read today’s SmartBlog for Leadership by Chery Gegelman, president of Giana Consulting LLC, an organizational development company that seeks to be a source of light, help and understanding so » Read More

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Leadership Development Carnival – Super Bowl Pre-game Edition

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The February Leadership Development Carnival is up! When you get a chance, take a look at the posts that were contributed. You’ll find that they are not the same-old, same-old, but thoughtful, illuminating ideas and advice that can really make a difference. We’ve witnessed over the last few years perhaps some of the egregious examples » Read More

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How thinking like a child can help any leader achieve more goals

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Becky Robinson, director of social marketing for The Kevin Eikenberry Group and the owner and chief influence officer of 12 Minute Media, authored today’s SmartBlog for Leadership, How thinking like a child can help any leader achieve more goals. “As you look to a new year and new goals, sharpen your pencil, get a clean sheet » Read More

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11 Unbelievable Group Project Horror Stories

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Few of us ever really look forward to or genuinely enjoy group work. It seems like there are always communication issues, or a group member who just doesn’t want to do the work, or who even completely disappears.  Team work is just a fact of life, but you can count yourself lucky if you’ve never » Read More

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