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Gratitude for Weakness

Gratitude for Weakness | Lead Change Group

You hear a lot about strengths. I’m a huge fan of the whole focus on strengths led by Marcus Buckingham & Donald O. Clifton in their book, Now Discover Your Strengths and followed by Tom Rath and the Gallup folks with their books Strengthsfinder 2.0 and Strengths Based Leadership (by Rath with Barry Conchie). Before » Read More

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6 Delegation Tips That Build Trust and Results

6 Delegation Tips that Build Trust | Lead Change Group

Delegation is powerful.   It’s a huge part of growing a business and creating trust.   One person can only do so much effectively.  To multiply and accomplish more, delegating effectively is vital. Why do people struggle with delegation?   Not because they don’t want to delegate, but because they are not taught how to delegate effectively. Many » Read More

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11 Steps to Create Unity and Loyalty

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If there is one difference maker in organizations, it may be the leaders’ ability to create unity and loyalty. Unity and loyalty often make the difference between mediocrity and greatness. When I see an organization that lacks personal accountability and has a toxic culture of finger pointing and blame, it is usually the result of » Read More

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Leadership is Not For You

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As self-labeled “leaders,” we are familiar with all the lingo. We know that by definition being a “leader” requires “followers,” and that cases can be made on both sides of the “Are leaders and managers different things?” argument. From John Maxwell’s work on leadership alone, we know that there are at least 21 laws about » Read More

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It Takes Courage And Character To Unify People

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In the 6th century BC, Aesop told a fable about the Lion and The Four Oxen. A lion used to prowl around a field where four oxen dwelled. Many times he would try to eat them but whenever he approached the four oxen would back their tales up to each other with their bodies pointed » Read More

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