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How to Become a Trusted Executive

I interviewed John Blakey, author of The Trusted Executive: Nine Leadership Habits that Inspire Results, Relationships and Reputation. This book is now my #1 favorite resource for building trust — and building trust is at the heart of Stage Three, “Inspire

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Three Quick Steps to Inspire Your Team

How does a leader inspire a team? First, by sharing a vision that’s noble and worthy. It’s the promised land — anything from putting a man on the moon, to eradicating polio, to adopting a new product line for the

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How can I Be a Better Boss?

To be an exceptional boss, you have to create a target condition for your subordinates. Keep ’em Safe Make ’em Grow Keep ’em Safe When people feel emotionally safe while reporting to you as their boss, they will: Admit mistakes

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Top Five Books for Leadership Mindset and Behaviors

Regarding Leadership Mindset and Behaviors — A colleague asks: “What are your top five (in order) leadership books, specifically, talking about mindset, behaviours and leadership culture? Not looking for systems or processes but the human side.” Great question. The greatest predictor

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Pete Friedes on Becoming a Best Boss

Nearly every manager is good at some parts of their leadership role, and most are also a little shaky in one or two areas. Becoming a well rounded leader is well worth the effort, because it allows you to handle

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Coming Aboard as a New CEO – with Mitch Pisik

One of your must vulnerable — yet important — times as a leader is when you’re first starting. How might you come on board quickly and effectively, whether as a CEO or in any other role? I interviewed Mitch Pisik,

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Working in Sync – with Whit Mitchell

We can judge education and points of wisdom by their impact on long term success. If you were to go back to 11 of your clients 25 years later, what would you find? How would they remember you? That’s what

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How to Add Positivity to your Team

I often talk about what leaders can do. What about followers?  If you’re a team member and you’d like to add positivity to your team, what might you do? First Build Relationships In order to build relationships with your peers

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How to Tell if you are a Compassionate Boss

I coach CEOs and business owners on “Becoming a Best Boss” — and a key skill is compassion. I was asked: “What are the ways that you can tell if you’re truly a compassionate person? What are the common traits?” The

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Is This Employee Right? (Re: the Employee is Always Right)

In response to Why Your Employee Is Always Right, a reader writes in: We are a tutoring centre. Everyone works 5 days a week, and sometimes must work a few hours on a 6th day. These extra hours are called OT

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Pete Friedes on Becoming a Best Boss

I interview Pete Friedes, author of “The 2R Manager” about Becoming a Best Boss. We discuss Relating and Requiring, the two behavior sets of effective managers — and how to learn your own style and improve. Learn your own default

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How to Not Be a Jerk Boss

Bosses are merely human. A little more likely to be male, to be older, to be a “D” (Decisive) on the DISC profile. But no more or less virtuous than the rest of humanity. Which is exactly why they should be held

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Not Knowing Communication Styles can Sabotage your Work

Jim walked out of a recent meeting with his promising, smart new teammate, Jill, seething with frustration. “I can’t tell which Jill will show up — Jeckyll or Hyde,” he spluttered to his coach. Jim’s gestures were sharp, fast slashes at

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Step Up and Lead in Six Moments that Matter – an interview with Colm Foster

Step Up and Lead in Six Moments that Matter – an interview with Colm Foster     Find Additional Business Podcasts with Tom on Leadership on BlogTalkRadio There are crucial moments when leadership is most needed. Learn a fresh perspective on

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How to add Merit Selection in a Family Business

I was recently asked: Our family is in diversified businesses across our state. We don’t insist that family members (3rd generation) join the businesses, but they always have a place if they choose to. Unfortunately, this has led to two

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