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How Leaderless Groups End Up with Leaders

How Leaderless Groups End Up with Leaders

This post was originally published on hbr.org By Srini Pillay We’ve always known that communication is an important leadership skill. But most leadership research and advice is centered on what leaders say and how they say it, not on the underlying neural processes that govern communication between people. A new finding in brain science reveals a curious dynamic […]

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9 Reasons Communication Fails (and What To Do About It)

9 Reasons Communication Fails (and What To Do About It)

This post was originally published on Fast Company By Dianna Booher Your influence as a leader—to change how someone thinks, improve their job performance, discard a harmful habit, master a challenging situation, restore a broken relationship—can literally save someone’s job or career. But your communication can stall your progress as a leader. Here are nine […]

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How Women Leaders Win and Help Others to Do the Same

How Women Leaders Win and Help Others to Do the Same

This post was originally published on entrepreneur.com By Jennifer Connelly, CEO, JCPR When it comes to business, women not only compete. We win. Women graduate from college and obtain advanced degrees in larger numbers than men. We are well represented in traditionally male occupations such as medical scientists (53 percent), physicians and surgeons (36 percent), and personal financial advisors […]

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The One Thing More Important Than Not Giving Up

The One Thing More Important Than Not Giving Up

This post was originally published on inc.com By Thomas Koulopoulos, Founder of Delphi Group Have the courage to do this one thing and you’ll never look at giving up in the same way again. “…never give in, never give in, never, never, never-in nothing, great or small, large or petty – never give in except to […]

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3 Ways to Make Your Next Failure a Learning Opportunity

3 Ways to Make Your Next Failure a Learning Opportunity

This post originally appeared on Entrepreneur.com By Bruce Cazenave, CEO of Nautilus, Inc. Fail fast — and recover quickly. That oft-cited catchphrase is behind some of the greatest learning experiences I’ve had in both my business and personal life. Although failure can be a disconcerting topic for many, a “fail fast and recover quickly” philosophy equates success to the […]

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The Right Way to Brag About Yourself

The Right Way to Brag About Yourself

This article originally appeared on HBR.org Image credit: creativecommons By Francesca Gino In both our social and professional interactions, we commonly focus on managing the impressions that others form of us, especially when these others do not know us well. In fact, when we first approach these situations and stakes are high (such as during […]

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Goals! The Reason You’re Not Achieving Yours (And Its Easy Fix)

Goals! The Reason You’re Not Achieving Yours (And Its Easy Fix)

This article originally appeared on Forbes/Leadership By Keld Jensen If you’re not reaching your goals, here’s an unusual piece of wisdom from the man who scored the most. Wayne Gretzky, the NHL’s all-time leading scorer, once said, “A good hockey player skates where the puck is. A great hockey player plays where the puck is […]

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Start the New Year Off Right With These 7 Simple Time Management Tips

Start the New Year Off Right With These 7 Simple Time Management Tips

This article originally appeared on LinkedIn By: Todd Cherches, CEO of BigBlueGumball: Management & Leadership Development and Executive Coaching OK, you’ve made your new year’s resolutions…but now what? Where and how do you start? As the management guru Peter Drucker famously put it, “Time is the scarcest resource; if it is not managed, nothing else […]

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