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Kevin is the Chief Potential Officer of The Kevin Eikenberry Group, a learning consulting company that has been helping organizations, teams and individuals reach their potential since 1993. Emphasizing the power of learning, Kevin’s specialties include leadership, teams and teamwork, organizational culture, facilitating change, training trainers and more.Connect with Kevin on his website, blog, Twitter, or pick up leadership tips for emerging leaders and a copy of his new book, Bud to Boss.
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A Way to Recognize and Reward Leaders

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Guy Harris and I co-authored From Bud to Boss: Secrets to a Successful Transition to Remarkable Leadership, which was released earlier this year. We also host a companion online community —the Bud to Boss Community — designed to help new leaders and supervisors continue their growth as leaders. You might also know that we co-created » Read More

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Your Leadership Walk

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We are all on a walk. It is the journey we take each day as a leader. We move through our day, going from one task to the next, one meeting to the next, one problem to the next. We have conversations and interactions; some small, seemingly inconsequential others lengthy and potentially memorable. Each of » Read More

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Seven Strategies for Nurturing Professional Relationships

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Early in my consulting career I started telling people the consulting business is a relationship business. I was right, just a little short sighted. Actually all business is a relationship business. All work is a relationship business. All leadership is a relationship business. And while our focus in this article is on business or professional » Read More

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7 Ways to Jump Start Your Development

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“What did you learn today?” It’s a question that sounds familiar to most of us. You were likely asked it when you were a kid. And, if you are a parent, you’ve probably asked it of your kids too. But when was the last time you asked it of yourself? “What did I learn today?” » Read More

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Five Ideas for Dealing with Complacent People

Leaders sometimes have to deal with complacent people – those people who are seemingly happy with their current position or status or job performance. Gather leaders and coaches for any length of time and this challenge is likely to come up. Inherent in the challenge and the questions they ask about those behaviors is a » Read More

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Ten EveryDay Leadership Decisions

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In the course of your day as a leader you are faced with many decisions. Some come in emails, some in inquiries, and some in meetings. Some you have time to consider, for some you will rely on input from others, and others you must make immediately. There’s no question, leadership requires decision-making. The decisions » Read More

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