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Authentic Leadership Guide: Definitions, Qualities, Pros & Cons, Examples

Authentic Leadership Guide: Definitions, Qualities, Pros & Cons, Examples

By Martin // This article was originally posted on cleverism.com. “Authentic leadership is leading adaptively from your core, choosing who you’re most inspired to be to serve the greatest good in this moment.” – Henna Inam The modern corporate world is not without its examples of wrongdoing and creed-based behavior. Not all leaders are good and […]

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10 Questions To Power Up Your ‘Leadership Presence’

10 Questions To Power Up Your ‘Leadership Presence’

This article originally appeared on Forbes.com By Carol Kinsey Goman , Contributor I was recently asked to coach a senior-level manager from a technology firm in Silicon Valley. I learned that this man’s work was of the highest caliber and that his advancement had (up to this point) been fast-tracked. But now his career was […]

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How Mindfulness Improves Executive Coaching

How Mindfulness Improves Executive Coaching

This post was originally published on hbr.org By David Brendel and Emmie Roe Stamell The benefits of mindfulness meditation for business leaders are increasingly appreciated and confirmed by empirical research. Executives and high performing professionals increasingly use meditation to manage stress, maintain strategic focus, enhance cognitive performance, promote emotional intelligence, and improve interpersonal relationships. Meditation programs are increasingly offered in […]

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8 Female Leaders on How to Overcome What’s Holding Women Back

8 Female Leaders on How to Overcome What’s Holding Women Back

This article originally appeared on fastcompany.com By Vivian Giang SOCIETAL PRESSURE, GENDER BIAS, INSECURITY—THESE LEADERS HAVE ALL FELT WEIGHED DOWN AT SOME POINT. HERE’S HOW THEY TOOK BACK THE CONTROL. “Who or what is your worst enemy?” If you ask women leaders this question, you might find a lot of the answers to be “myself.” […]

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You Don’t Have to Be Type A to Be a Great Manager

You Don’t Have to Be Type A to Be a Great Manager

This article originally appeared on hbr.org By Victor Lipman The lens we use to evaluate managerial talent is usually that of the high-octane Type A leader (aggressive, impatient, high-stress); lower-volume Type B people (calm, patient, laid-back) tend to end up in lesser positions even when they’re extremely capable. There are two big problems with this. […]

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The 5 Most Important Things We Learned About Mindfulness This Year

The 5 Most Important Things We Learned About Mindfulness This Year

This article originally appeared on HuffPost.com 2014 may have been the year of the “mindful revolution,” but 2015 proved that mindfulness is here to stay. The more we learn about mindfulness — the cultivation of a focused awareness on the present moment, most commonly through meditation — the more health and well-being benefits we discover. […]

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Why NYU’s B-School Teaches Mindfulness, HBR.org

Why NYU’s B-School Teaches Mindfulness, HBR.org

This article originally appeared on hbr.org By: Connie Kim, Director of Leadership Development at NYU Stern School of Business Yael Shy, Esq., Senior Director of Global Spiritual Life at New York University Photo: The Equanimous Mind Manish Chopra, a mindfulness practitioner who’s a partner at McKinsey and author of The Equanimous Mind, recently came to NYU’s Stern […]

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Your body language shapes who you are (TED.com)

Body language affects how others see us, but it may also change how we see ourselves. Social psychologist Amy Cuddy shows how “power posing” — standing in a posture of confidence, even when we don’t feel confident — can affect testosterone and cortisol levels in the brain, and might even have an impact on our […]

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