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  • True Leaders Jump First

    In today’s changing world, leaders can no longer get by with merely telling those under them what they expect from them. Instead, they must first model those expectations with their attitude and their actions. As a former U.S. Army officer, Patrick Leddin understands that true leaders put others' needs before their own.
  • 4 Lessons in Crisis Leadership from Shackleton's Expedition

    As Dennis Perkins describes in his crisis leadership guide, Leading at the Edge, Shackleton's team encountered a series of challenges that questioned their survival and threatened to dismantle their unity.
  • 10 Ways Fear Causes Decision-making Problems - And How to Avoid It

    Decision-making problems are usually at the source of most business and personal failures. Master business coach, Don Maruska believes fear is to blame. 
  • Uber's Travis Kalanick Shows Leaders the Price of Obsession

    Uber's Travis Kalanick is one of the most influential and controversial business leaders of the past decade. Kalanick’s legacy, however, is complicated. 
  • Is Obsession Necessary for Success?

    Leaders who are "filled with one thought, one conception, one purpose" are much more than gritty - they are obsessed with achieving an audacious goal. 
  • 21 Quotes to Inspire Kindness in Your Workplace

    When you come to work healthy, you’re a better colleague and leader for it. Here are 21 quotes from Adrienne’s new book, Your Hidden Superpower, to inspire kindness in your workplace.
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  • 6 Ways to Lead with Kindness During Conflict

    Kindness is the key to leading people through conflict.  Researchers William F. Baker, Ph.D. and Michael O’Malley, Ph.D interviewed several leaders and found they had 6 characteristics of kindness in common. 
  • 2 Ways to Manage Uncertainty During the Unexpected

    When Marc Morial took on the NRA following his friend's death, he learned the value of preparing for the unexpected, which led him to realizing two important aspects of how to manage uncertainty.
  • To Increase Employee Engagement, Focus on Trust and Purpose

    No one is immune to the side effects of disruption and chaos in business. So if we’re all having trouble concentrating, how can we encourage employee engagement without seeming oblivious to the emotional and physical toll certain events take on our workforce?  
  • Successful People Start with Small Ideas

    Why is it that the most successful people don’t start with the most groundbreaking ideas? I think it’s because the most successful people are entrepreneurial leaders. Entrepreneurial leaders have the idea, own the idea, and stick with the idea through celebrations and challenges. 
  • 6 Management Skills for the Future of Business

    Business has never been stable and it never will be. New situations call for management skills that can stand the test of time. Learn how managers can master 6 crucial skills and find success no matter what situation they're leading through.