To Learn Leadership You Need To Learn The Opposite

There are hundreds of courses in the marketplace on leadership, and most of them cover the basics well. Most leadership training tells a person what leadership is by contrasting it with management. My question is, why are these programs ineffective when it comes to creating new leader
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Words Matter

What is increasingly the key ingredient of effective leadership in this new era of massive connectedness? The answer, quite simply, is the ability to inspire others through great communication. The function of language is not only to communicate information, but also to bring about an
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Think You Know Yourself? Think Again: Guaranteed Blind Spot Exposure

Many leaders have shortcomings they don’t know about, and these can diminish their effectiveness and even derail their careers. Large, international studies have foundthat executives rate themselves considerably more effective as leaders than do their co-workers. For many, this gap in
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Training’s Dirty Little Secrets

There are a number of secrets that most training departments would like to keep hidden because the solution to fix them is too hard to implement. Ask almost any Learning & Development professional or training vendor what their biggest strategic challenge is, and they’ll say someth
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