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A great selection of infinite wisdom, from our friends at LinkedIn: I wish I’d known sooner that success isn’t defined by who goes the longest without vacation. Arianna Huffington President and Editor-in-Chief at the Huffington Post Media Group I’m lucky my future wasn’t doomed by my foolish actions at 22. Everyone needs a second chance.
by Dr Elaine K. Harding from thrivabilityconsulting.com What is the #1 Reason for Ineffective Leadership? I’ve noticed a trend in the stories I hear from my clients about their workplaces and from my own experience working in organizations. Often the workplace story will be about a ‘crisis’ – something that has gone wrong in the
by Coach-Benoit Foucher I’ve been asking myself the Big Question: Five months ago, I decided to reassess my own coaching career by asking myself the forever-in-your-face, simple, yet profound question: “What do I really want now?” The answer both surprised and inspired me at the same time: I want to coach bold and crazy men
by Marc de Jong, Nathan Marston and Erik Roth for McKinsey Insights It’s no secret: innovation is difficult for well-established companies. By and large, they are better executors than innovators, and most succeed less through game-changing creativity than by optimizing their existing businesses. Innovation and Creativity: In this engaging presentation, McKinsey principal Nathan Marston explains
from Sasha’s Blog- by Sasha Dichter. Theory and Model by Paul Hersey and Ken Blanchard and the Center For Leadership Studies “The framework describes the different roles you can play in interacting with a colleague (or a team) – from Directing to Coaching to Supporting to Delegating – depending on how committed to and competent
by Todd Henry of The Accidental Creative : In his new book Die Empty, Todd Henry examines the common places where bright, sharp and talented people eventually get stuck in their lives and careers. The goal, of course, is to get your best work out of you every day and to not leave it inside