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Which Is a Better Leader? A Conversation on Results and Respect.

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I believe conversations make us stronger leaders. We need to explore topics, challenge ourselves to think and understand, and learn ways to be a better leader. In the Lead Change Google+ group, we pose a different question each week. A few weeks ago, we asked: Which is a better leader:  A leader with big results » Read More

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Four Ways to Create a Culture of Trust and Openness

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In today’s fast-paced, globally-connected business world in which we live, an organization’s successes and failures can be tweeted across the Internet in a matter of seconds. A knee jerk reaction of many organizational leaders is to clamp down on the amount of information shared internally, with hopes of minimizing risk to the organization. Many times » Read More

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An Argument for Conflict

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We’ve all experienced it. The meeting goes well. Everyone nods, smiles, and quickly agrees. There are no objections or even questions to answer. You leave feeling confident that your proposal will be unanimously adopted. Then you hear about the meeting after the meeting… and the lingering concerns and worries that ‘everyone’ has… and you know » Read More

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Mike Henry Sr.: The Character-Based Leader Co-Author Interview Part 2

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Here’s part 2 of Dan Rockwell’s interview with Author Mike Henry, Sr.: You can find Part 1 here. Chapter Titles: “Instigating a Leadership Revolution” and “Respect” Mike Henry, Sr. Chief Instigator, Lead Change Group Mike Henry is the founder and Chief Instigator of the Lead Change Group, a global community of leadership development professionals dedicated » Read More

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Mike Henry, Sr.: The Character-Based Leader Co-Author Interview Part 1

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Check out this great interview with Author Mike Henry, Sr.: Chapter Titles:  ”Instigating a Leadership Revolution”  and ”Respect” Mike Henry, Sr. Chief Instigator, Lead Change Group Mike Henry is the founder and Chief Instigator of the Lead Change Group, a global community of leadership development professionals dedicated to instigating a leadership revolution by applying character-based leadership » Read More

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Two Sides of Respect

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I had the honor of posting over at Shawn Murphy (member profile, @shawmu) and Ted Coine’s (@tedcoine) blog Switch and Shift today.  The topic is Respect, which is also the same topic I discuss in our new book, The Character-Based Leader: Instigating a Leadership Revolution… One Person at a Time. Did you know there are » Read More

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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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Step Away from Your Devices During Meetings

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Today’s world is an electronically connected one. It is rare to escape it all. However, there are times our full attention is needed, and meetings are one of those times. Here is what is happening. As people walk into the meeting, they have their laptops in hand. They sit down, and up go the lids. » Read More

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7 Responses to the Future of Leadership Development

7 Responses to the Future of Leadership Development

We recently wrote about 3 changing trends and 3 continuing trends in leadership development in a post titled 6 Future Trends of Leadership Development.  In light of those trends, I’d now like to suggest several actions we should take (or stop taking) in light of these trends. Personal and Individual Trends 1 and 2 were » Read More

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6 Future Trends of Leadership Development

Future Trends in Leadership Development | Lead Change Group

I’ve spent the last 3 years in and around leadership development online.  I have also spent the last 30 years learning about leadership development (and learning in general).  After numerous mistakes, and before several more, some things have become obvious to me because of my time online. Leadership development is changing quickly.  I’m not speaking » Read More

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