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Speak up: What will you do in defining moments?

Defining moments are important situations that test a leader's commitment to his or her core beliefs and values. Author Robert Kiyosaki said that in these critical moments, "We become heroes or cowards; truth-tellers or liars; we go forward or backward." These challenging...

source: By Paul Thornton
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Power. The word itself evokes a reaction. What thoughts or feelings do you have when you think of power? Perhaps you picture an organizational chart where the boxes at the top are imbued with more power than those below.

source: Blanchard LeaderChat

It may feel as though we're in a crisis of leadership, but if you stop to look around it's not hard to find examples of CEOs, middle managers, elected officials, public servants, neighborhood watch organizers, team captains and coaches, teachers and countless others who...

source: Inc.

What makes Marines so great? Marine officers take care of their troops always. For example, they "eat last" — after the troops. Soldiers act better than most of us because they are willing to sacrifice themselves in service of the safety of others.

source: Survival Leadership

As an organization grows, you grow with it. The leadership behaviors, the way you communicated and made decisions that got you to where you are will no longer apply to get you to where you want to be. The competitive environment changes. Customer demand changes.

source: Forbes

Leadership is a fascinating quality. There are countless articles, studies and opinions about what makes good leadership. But, no matter how you develop and act out your own leadership qualities, there will always be two sides: A private, individualistic view, and the view...

source: Great Leadership

Whether we realize it or not, we are constantly given small opportunities to build up or put down our coworkers in the ways we talk about them. When we introduce two colleagues, tell a story about how a meeting went or share a colleague's work, how we "narrate others" can...

source: Harvard Business Review


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