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Execute Your Way To Engagement: Chris McChesney
Join Chris McChesney, as he discusses the surprising outcome that organizations discovered as they implemented The 4 Disciplines of Execution; increased engagement.
Lead with conscious and conviction with Patagonia’s Director of Philosophy Vincent Stanley
Patagonia’s Director of Philosophy, Vincent Stanley, joins Patrick in the ‘lab’ to discuss what it takes to build a conscious organization and to be a leader whose actions align with one’s values.
Leaders Create the Conditions for Employee Engagement
Leaders don't create employee engagement, they create the conditions for employees to choose their own level of engagement. Here are seven things to consider when creating those conditions.
Everyone Deserves A Great Manager: The 6 Critical Practices For Leading A Team
FranklinCovey’s Everyone Deserves a Great Manager delivers the guidance every new manager needs to be successful: the support, understanding, strategies, and tactics to develop as a leader.
The Genius of Women: Janice Kaplan
Join the bestselling author of The Genius of Women, Janice Kaplan as she shares her experience with conscious and unconscious bias and its ramifications in society, education, and the workplace.
The 4 Disciplines Of Execution In A Nutshell
The 4 Disciplines of Execution (4DX) is a simple, repeatable, and proven formula for executing on your most important strategic priorities in the midst of the whirlwind.
Unconscious Bias Overview
Unconscious biases affect how we make decisions, engage with others, and respond to various situations, often limiting potential, inhibiting performance, and leading to poor decisions.
See The Tree, Not Just The Seedling
Are you quick to decide that someone doesn't have what it takes? Empowering individuals improves the whole, the challenge is to recognize potential in others and encourage them to reach it.
Make The Mental Leap To Leader
Don’t leave the success of your first-level leaders, and your organization, to chance—make the mental leap to leader and download our complimentary six-step guide today!
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Allow Others To Be Smart
Avoid the lure of being the smartest person in the room. Some of the most effective leaders are not the genius in the room, they are the genius-maker.
See around corners with bestselling author Rita McGrath
Whether you are leading your own career, or a team, you don’t want to miss Rita McGrath’s insights about inflection points, how to capitalize on them, and what you can do prepare for the future.
Avoid The Pinball Syndrome
At the end of a busy day, do you ever feel you've accomplished nothing of real value? It's easy to get caught up in distractions and to lose focus on what is truly important.
Make High-Value Decisions
Be more deliberate about the decisions you make. Make sure, as a leader, you differentiate between low-value and high-value decisions regularly.
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Life’s Great Question: Tom Rath
Join bestselling author and the force behind the new book Life’s Great Question, Tom Rath, as he challenges the way you think about and approach the contributions you make through your life’s work.
Behave Your Way To Credibility
Have you ever tried to talk your way out of a problem you've behaved yourself into? It doesn't work. Instead, you must act with high character and competence to earn trust.
The Non-Linear Career Path
From mowing lawns and raking leaves to a Wall Street Journal bestselling author and keynote speaker, Scott Miller reflects on non-linear career paths and the cumulative effect of experience.
Place The Right People In The Right Roles
Fit' or 'cultural fit' is the responsibility of leaders. Scott Miller shares how leaders can align their employee's passions and goals with their roles.
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Start With Humility
Has your lack of humility held you back? Would you know if it had? If you believe you have room to improve, then you can only get better.