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Where the Magic Happens – A Metaphor for Leadership | Ready For Learning These days, we seem to be questioning almost every aspect of our public education system. Change is coming, there is no doubt about it. Why? Where the Magic Happens – A Metaphor for Leadership | Ready For Learning
Leadership Teams: Why Two Are Better Than One | Alive and Learning “Listening is an attitude of the heart, a genuine desire to be with another which both attracts and heals.” — Anonymous “We do this when we listen,” she said. “ It’s also incredibly important that we listen to ourselves so we can understand and meet our own needs for self-care. That way we are better able to care for others. Leadership Teams: Why Two Are Better Than One | Alive and Learning
By Mike Myatt, Chief Executive Officer, N2growth Leadership is about leading. Leadership is a 24-7-365 endeavor. In fact, I’d go so far as to say the best leaders view what they do as a calling and not just a job. If you’re a leader, what you do in public or private, in silence or in word, and in thought or in deed will be observed, evaluated and critiqued – count on it. There are simply no free passes for leaders. Leadership Is About Leading Leadership Is About Leading
By Mike Myatt, Chief Executive Officer, N2growth If you think leadership is about you, your ego has led you astray. Leadership has little to do with you and everything to do with those you lead. If you think leadership is about the bottom line, think again; it’s about the people. Leadership – It’s About The People Leadership – It’s About The People
Six Secrets of Inspirational Leadership Six Secrets of Inspirational Leadership Image source The real test of leadership isn’t what you doit’s what you inspire others to do. Great leaders inspire others to contribute greatly. The shift from individual contributor to inspiring others may be your greatest leadership challenge. They – not you - become central.
Leadership In Teamwork | EZLifestyles | Alive and Learning Leadership In Teamwork | EZLifestyles | Alive and Learning “Listening is an attitude of the heart, a genuine desire to be with another which both attracts and heals.” — Anonymous “We do this when we listen,” she said. “ It’s also incredibly important that we listen to ourselves so we can understand and meet our own needs for self-care. That way we are better able to care for others. These acts of listening and caring for ourselves first is the realm of self-compassion.”
“Listening is an attitude of the heart, a genuine desire to be with another which both attracts and heals.” — Anonymous “We do this when we listen,” she said. “ It’s also incredibly important that we listen to ourselves so we can understand and meet our own needs for self-care. That way we are better able to care for others. These acts of listening and caring for ourselves first is the realm of self-compassion.” So what makes a good listener? Good listeners show genuine interest in 12 Most Inescapable Leadership Teachings | 12 Most | Alive and Learning 12 Most Inescapable Leadership Teachings | 12 Most | Alive and Learning
Leadership character: A six-part series by West Point’s Col. Eric Kail - Guest Insights Leadership character: A six-part series by West Point’s Col. Eric Kail - Guest Insights Posted at 04:34 PM ET, 06/10/2011 Jun 10, 2011 08:34 PM EDT TheWashingtonPost By Col. Eric Kail
Here is a fresh 5 for this fourth week in April. 7 Dangers of the Proud Leader This comes from Ron Edmondson. Proverbs 16:8 says, “Pride goes before destruction.” 5 for Leadership | Gary Runn 5 for Leadership | Gary Runn
The Source of Integrity Posted on 22. Apr, 2012 by lollydaskal in Blog, Lead From Within, Leadership Development, Personal Development, Values Last week, we blogged about Why Were You Not? We made the discovery that integrity was the anchor of our heart; the commitment of being who we are deep in your soul. So many of you have written to me, saying it was a very difficult and deep. And I agree. The Source of Integrity
The Next Generation of Leadership | Alive and Learning “Listening is an attitude of the heart, a genuine desire to be with another which both attracts and heals.” — Anonymous “We do this when we listen,” she said. “ It’s also incredibly important that we listen to ourselves so we can understand and meet our own needs for self-care. That way we are better able to care for others.
“Listening is an attitude of the heart, a genuine desire to be with another which both attracts and heals.” — Anonymous “We do this when we listen,” she said. “ It’s also incredibly important that we listen to ourselves so we can understand and meet our own needs for self-care. That way we are better able to care for others. These acts of listening and caring for ourselves first is the realm of self-compassion.” So what makes a good listener? Good listeners show genuine interest in Thought Leadership – Thought Leadership e book – 12 Experts on the Thought Leadership Challenges of 2012 | Alive and Learning
“Listening is an attitude of the heart, a genuine desire to be with another which both attracts and heals.” — Anonymous “We do this when we listen,” she said. “ It’s also incredibly important that we listen to ourselves so we can understand and meet our own needs for self-care. That way we are better able to care for others. 9 Timeless Leadership Lessons | Alive and Learning
Social Media as a Leadership Tool | Alive and Learning “Listening is an attitude of the heart, a genuine desire to be with another which both attracts and heals.” — Anonymous “We do this when we listen,” she said. “ It’s also incredibly important that we listen to ourselves so we can understand and meet our own needs for self-care. That way we are better able to care for others. These acts of listening and caring for ourselves first is the realm of self-compassion.”
@ Mayrick.net - Leadership – The biggest mistake a leader can make What is the Biggest mistake a leader can make? This 7 minute interview from Harvard Business asks 9 “experts” to answer this question. Their answers?: Put self-interest before organisational interest To make everything “about the yourself” (overt egocentricity) To betray the trust of followers To not live up to your values To lack authenticity – trying to be someone you are not Being certain – and not able to change your position in uncertain times To become overly enamoured with your own vision and have no self-doubt To not be self-reflective To act to fast (executing before thinking through issues) To be filled with self arrogance or hubris Guilty?
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