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The Secret of Great Leadership

Posted by Guest Post on Feb 23, 2017 11:51:23 AM

This blog, The Secret of Great Leadership, was originally posted by Wally Bock, Three Star Leadership, on February 9, 2017.

The secret of great leadership is that there is no secret.

There are books and articles and TED Talks that tell you the one thing that will make you a great leader. Often the one thing is based on one person’s successful leadership in one situation. Sometimes the one thing wears today’s trendy prefix, “neuro.” But there is no magic fix, no magic incantation, no secret handshake, no piece of technology, and no special sauce that will let you skip the basics of great leadership.

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Topics: Leadership

How To Avoid Becoming an Awful Boss

Posted by Guest Post on Feb 9, 2017 11:40:48 AM

This blog, How To Avoid Becoming an Awful Boss, was originally posted by Wally Bock, Three Star Leadership, on February 2, 2017.

Most of the nicknames we had for my worst boss ever are not suitable for a workplace-friendly blog. Most of the time, we referred to him by the initials “SA,” which stood for “Sir Awful.” Sometimes the people who worked for him would substitute another A-word for “awful.”

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Topics: Leadership

3 Ways Excellent Leaders Keep Getting Better

Posted by Guest Post on Jan 25, 2017 2:07:14 PM

This blog, 3 Ways Excellent Leaders Keep Getting Better, was originally posted by Wally Bock, Three Start Leadership, on January  5, 2017.

Legendary football coach Vince Lombardi used to say that you should chase perfection even though you know you’ll never catch it because if you chase perfection you will catch excellence. He left something out.

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Topics: Leadership

6 Leadership Resolutions for a New Year

Posted by Guest Post on Jan 5, 2017 11:38:39 AM

 This blog, 6 Leadership Resolutions  for a New Year, was originally posted  by Mike Figliuolo, thoughtLeaders LLC,  on January  4, 2017.

 A new year provides a fresh start.  Leaders would do well to assess  how they can be more effective in  the coming year before getting  overwhelmed by the day to day.

 Happy New Year everyone! I hope you  had a restful, safe, and enjoyable  holiday season. Now get back to work!

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Topics: Leadership, Now Trending

Leading the Horses Without Having to Make Them Drink

Posted by Richard Cangemi on Nov 29, 2016 11:08:33 AM

High performing teams are led and not managed. A horse when led to water should drink on its own just as a performing team when led with vision should achieve its stated goals.

Traditional managers are dinosaurs. Today’s younger workforce isn’t responding favorably to old school management techniques. They expect to be constantly informed, engaged in problem solving, recognized, and empowered through a common vision and goals. They just don’t respond to direct orders or micro-management techniques. The newer worker gravitates toward teamwork and collaboration and favors constant communication. That’s not to say that every tool of traditional management is obsolete, but proper leadership is the essential ingredient for a fully engaged modern workforce. Leadership is the bridge to productivity, loyalty, and ownership. Without leadership, you risk a disengaged workforce that is marginally productivity, with high turn-over, and very little commitment to the stated objectives.

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Topics: Leadership

Taming the Monsters Inside Us

Posted by Richard Cangemi on Nov 9, 2016 1:07:27 PM

An awful lot is written about security from an Information Technology perspective, so we are pre-programmed to think that security means firewalls, encryption protocols, password policies, tokens and the like. Unfortunately, organizations are most at risk of theft and fraud from those that have intimate knowledge of their inner workings. We often don’t hear about these events because they are perceived to be embarrassment to the victimized entity.

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Topics: Leadership

Don’t Build Walls with Coworkers This Election Season

Posted by Allyson Edwards on Nov 2, 2016 9:51:05 AM

Regardless of where you stand on the political spectrum, it’s been hard to ignore this year’s election. Every time you turn on the television or open up your social media accounts, the hype and unsolicited opinions of your Facebook friends swarm your newsfeed.

The publicity and attention that both presidential candidates are receiving continues to generate conversation and debates. Unfortunately, these conversations that are typically held between close friends and family members have made their way into the workplace.

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Topics: Compliance, Leadership, Now Trending

Terminations with Poise and Grace

Posted by Richard Cangemi on Oct 25, 2016 9:56:46 AM

So you find yourself in the unfortunate position of being the bearer of bad news. Here are a few things that I have found will make the whole experience of terminating someone a lot easier for all those involved.

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Topics: Leadership, Now Trending

Employee Engagement is Worthwhile but Elusive

Posted by Richard Cangemi on Sep 13, 2016 7:37:00 AM

There is a buzz now about Employee Engagement in all industries. Thought leaders in Human Resources are centered on the idea that engaged employees are more motivated, effective, and productive, and therefore can do more with less.

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Topics: Guru Development, Leadership, Now Trending

Avoiding Job Burnout

Posted by Richard Cangemi on Aug 9, 2016 10:55:22 AM

What does a project with a tight delivery timeline, too many competing work priorities, and conflicting personal and work commitments have in common? They can all contribute to that feeling of being overwhelmed, and they can ultimately lead to job burnout.

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Topics: Guru Development, Leadership




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