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October 13, 2017

Weekly Round-Up: 60 Personal Effectiveness Tips, 6 Executive Communication Tips, How Not to Hate Change, Set Yourself Apart, & 7 Fears to Overcome

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Welcome to my weekly round-up of the best-of-the-best recent leadership and communication blog posts.

  • 60 Personal Effectiveness Tips From World-Class Experts
    By Richard Medcalf (@rmedcalf), Quadrant

    “Effectiveness is more than productivity.  Whereas productivity is 'doing things right', effectiveness also includes 'doing the right things' and can be seen as a chain that links your daily activities to your deepest needs, desires and hopes for the future…”
  • 6 Executive Communication Tips for C-suite Success
    By Sarah K. White (@sarahkwhite‏ via @CIOonline), CIO

    “Yes, your strong communication skills helped you climb the corporate ladder, but now that you’ve made it, thriving in the C-suite requires a different set of communication skills to master...”
  • 3 Ways the Best Leaders Set Themselves Apart
    By Mayur Ramgir (@MayurRamgir via @thehrgoddess), The Jane Group

    “Great leaders are in great demand, whether it’s being a coach for a football team, a CEO for a corporation, or a general for the Army. In many cases people are mistaken about what makes a good leader, thinking it’s about being able to establish resources and priorities to acquire worthwhile goals…”
  • 7 Fears You Need to Overcome to Be An Effective Leader
    By Lolly Daskel (@LollyDaskal)

    “Everybody has fears—and that means every leader has fears. But not letting those fears get the best of you is an important part of successful leadership. If you don’t learn to manage your fears, you’ll be tempted to take the kind of shortcuts that undermine your authority and influence. Here are seven of the most common fears that leaders, in particular, need to look out for:…” 

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—David Grossman


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