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April 20, 2018

Weekly Round-Up: Company Culture, Innovative Leaders, National Health Service Leadership, Keeping Remote Employees Motivated & Engaged, & What Successful People Do


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

  • The Power of Company Culture
    By Skip Prichard (@SkipPrichard)

    “A powerful culture fuels an organization to achieve greatness. When a new book by Chris Dyer titled “The Power of Company Culture: How any business can build a culture that improves productivity, performance and profits” hit my desk, I was interested to see the author’s view of culture and his interpretation of the latest research…” See more.
  • Innovative Leaders Who Inspire
    By Chantal Bechervaise (@CBechervaise), Take It Personel-ly

    “All industries constantly evolve as technology develops. To be a successful leader in an evolving industry, professionals need to anticipate change and forecast what those changes might include. Furthermore, inspiration to innovate and overcome challenges can be drawn from thought leaders within respective verticals...See more.
  • How Important Is Leadership In The NHS?
    By Adi Gaskell (@adigaskell via @Forbes), Forbes

    “The paper delves into one of the biggest public sector organizations in the world -- the U.K. National Health Service. Leaders of individual hospitals, often with around 4,500 employees and multi-million pound turnovers were tracked…” See more. 
  • 5 Ways to Keep Remote Employees Motivated and Engaged
    By Achievers (@Achievers), The Employee Engagement Blog

    “On average, businesses save about $11,000 per year for every employee they shift to remote work status for half the week, according to Global Workplace Analytics. At the same time, individual workers save between $2,000 and $7,000 annually. Many companies already realize the cost effectiveness of remote work options, since 37 percent of American workers report telecommuting at least some of the time…” See more.
  • The Most Successful People Learn How to Focus on the Positive
    By Kathy Palokoff, Paul Eder, and Raoul Davis (@KPalokoff, @Ceo_Branding via @Entrepreneur), Entrepreneur

    “We all have people in our lives who seem to accomplish more in one workday than others accomplish in an entire week. Productivity follows those people regardless of what they are doing. PTA president. Nonprofit volunteering. Coordinating multiple kids' sporting events. Think about entrepreneurs who thrive on starting multiple businesses…” See more.

What were some of the top leadership articles you read this week?

—David Grossman

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