May 11, 2018
Weekly Round-Up: How the Best Companies Stay Relevant, Unexpected Quality of Successful Leaders, Curing Team Ails, Stop Overcomplicating Leadership, & Quit Babying Employees
Welcome to my weekly round-up of the best-of-the-best recent leadership and communication blog posts.
- How the Best Companies Stay Relevant
By Skip Prichard (@SkipPrichard)
“The number one reason for organizational success or failure is the ability to stay relevant. Staying ahead of the continual marketplace changes may seem an impossible task. How do you continually evolve at a pace that keeps you ahead of the curve?…” See more.
- The Unexpected Quality Every Successful Leader Needs
By Lolly Daskal (@LollyDaskal)
“It’s never hard to find a discussion—in this blog and lots of other places, online and off—of the skills that are required for good leadership. Among the most important is one that surprisingly is rarely mentioned:...” See more.
- Are You Curing Only The Symptoms Of What Ails Your Team?
By Tanveer Naseer (@TanveerNaseer)
“Everyone was having a great time, laughing and playing these various games we had set up around the company parking lot. It really seemed to turn things around. But then, come Monday when I walked in the door, those sullen faces had returned and I found myself once again leading a team suffering from dour face syndrome. So what am I supposed to do to get rid of these gloomy faces and the negative mood it creates?...” See more.
- 5 Tips to Stop Overcomplicating Leadership
By Jesse Lyn Stoner (@JesseLynStoner via @Seapoint_Center), Seapoint Center
“With all the models and frameworks out there I sometimes wonder if we have taken the simplicity out of leadership. We seem to have a knack of overcomplicating leadership to the point where it seems so complex that it’s out of most peoples reach…” See more.
- Quit Babying Employees Through Change and Do This Instead
By Randy Conley (@RandyConley), Leading with Trust
“Hey leaders, let me ask you a question: Do you ever feel like the burden of successfully implementing an organizational change rests squarely on your shoulders? I know that I have frequently felt that way and I’m sure you have too. Tell me if this sounds like your typical to-do list when leading a change effort:…” See more.
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