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Be a Better Leader by Wagging Your Tail

Dogs can teach us a thing or two. Have you ever thought about how to apply canine behavior to your leadership style? There are interesting approaches your dog would encourage you to try if you want to be a better leader. Today’s post is by Krissi Barr, co-author of The Fido Factor: How to Get […]

What Ferrari and Bentley Can Teach You about High Performance Cultures

Building a high performance culture requires focus, dedication, and a relentless drive to make the organization function at peak levels. Can you transform your organization into a high performance culture? Today’s post is by Hugh Blane, President of Claris Consulting and author of 7 Principles of Transformational Leadership (CLICK HERE to get your copy). It […]

Is Your Executive Team Stressed? Then Move!

Our brains are under constant assault from stressors. To reduce the amount of stress you feel and to improve your resilience, move. Move around physically. Exercise. Walk while on conference calls. Move. Movement has huge benefits in terms of stress reduction and resilience. Today’s post is by Jon Wortmann, thoughtLEADERS principal and author of Hijacked […]

Combine Vulnerability and Credibility for a Powerful Marketing Message

Vulnerability is often seen as a flaw or sign of weakness. But if you look at vulnerability differently, it can become a powerful part of who you are and how successful you are. Today’s post is by Sage Lavine, author of Women Rocking Business (CLICK HERE to get your copy). Ladies: Have you ever felt […]

The ROI of Having Fun

Making fun an essential part of your business strategy and adding meaningful breaks to the work day can improve productivity and have a positive impact on the culture. Today’s post is by Dave Crenshaw, author of The Power of Having Fun (CLICK HERE to get your copy). According to a poll conducted by Harris and […]

When “I’m sorry, we tried everything” Just Won’t Cut It

Sometimes there are circumstances beyond your control. That doesn’t mean you’ve lost all control over the situation. Great leaders go beyond the obvious controllable circumstances and ask what they have the power to influence. Today’s post is by Paul Smith, thoughtLEADERS principal and bestselling author of Lead With a Story and  Sell With a Story. […]