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April 6, 2018

Weekly Round-Up: Key to Innovation, What Great Leadership Looks Like, Inspiration Don’t, 360-Degree Assessment, 49 Best Lessons From 2017


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

  • Organizational Trust Is the Key to Innovation
    By Kronos (@KronosInc via @hrbartender) HR Bartender

    “…the goal of any company should be to “innovate themselves out of business”, meaning that companies should continuously strive to develop that “thing” – whether it’s a product or service – that, if someone else created it…it would put them out of business…” See more.
  • What Great Leadership Looks Like
    By Daniel Harkavy (@DanielHarkavy via @MichaelHyatt), Michael Hyatt

    “Whenever I have the opportunity to speak in front of a group of leaders, I often ask them to recall the greatest leaders they’ve ever worked with. I love not only listening to their great stories but seeing how quickly people can understand what great leadership looks like...See more.
  • What Your 360-Degree Assessment Results Really Mean
    By Phillip Braddy (@CCLdotORG), Center for Creative Leadership

    “Although 360-degree assessments have been widely and effectively used to help leaders with their development efforts for several decades, there are many questions regarding the use of 360s that haven’t been adequately answered. Here are 3 examples:…” See more. 
  • The 49 Best Lessons 2017 Taught Me
    By Robin Sharma (@RobinSharma)

    “1. Hard work is a force multiplier.
     2. Finding 30 minutes to be still and silent is one of productivity’s finest rewards.
     3. Exercising for 20 minutes first thing in the morning is a total needle-mover…” See more.

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

—David Grossman 

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