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9 Box Leadership Succession

The construct is borrowed from @ToddAdkins with some extra doodling by yours truly… 1. The NOW box represents your A-List leadership who are ready to move…now! 2. The 3 shaded boxes represent up & coming B-List leaders who need a bit … Continue reading

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Keeping Your Edge

“Great leaders don’t blame the tools they are given, they work to sharpen them.” ~Simon Sinek

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The Outward Mindset

Currently reading this, by The Arbinger Institute Make one change to dramatically improve performance, spark collaboration & accelerate innovation – a shift to an outward mindset. More…

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7 Spurgeon Quotes for Stressed Leaders

October 4, 2017 By Eric Geiger Charles Spurgeon started ministry at sixteen years old, led the largest evangelical church of his day, published more words in English than anyone, preached to celebrities and royalty, earned millions of dollars, gave it … Continue reading

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Say Yes to Yourself with a Personal “Don’t Do” Policy

by Jack Canfield, America’s #1 Success Coach, is founder of the billion-dollar book brand Chicken Soup for the Soul© Our world is a highly competitive and over stimulating place, and more and more concentration is needed every day just to stay … Continue reading

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11 Things Entrepreneurs (and Employees) can Learn from Soccer

This is a great post – along the lines of: Recognize – Communicate – Execute by Chris Brady | Original Article Always be moving — you must have endurance, be prepared for the long haul, but also be able to burst and … Continue reading

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An Outward Oriented Mindset

Great #leadership unlocks a combination of #collaboration/innovation & responsiveness within their teams in order to improve #performance. — Gene Bulmer (@GeneBulmer) September 17, 2017 And they accomplish this by developing an outward (others) oriented mindset.

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