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Change Management Is Dead: The Rise of Progress Leadership

The way we traditionally define what it means to be brave can be our greatest obstacle. Simply shifting our focus can be the gateway to powerful results. Today’s post is by Dean Lindsay, author of How to Achieve Big Phat Goals (CLICK HERE to get your copy). Change Management is a business term relating to […]

Have you ever had a salesperson ask you to tell them a story so they can get to know you?

Our reader poll today asks: Have you ever had a salesperson ask you to tell them a story so they can get to know you? Yes, it happens frequently: 20.6% No, I’ve never been asked to tell a story: 79.4% Stories tell more than the story. If you’re in sales – and let’s be clear, […]

Leadership Lessons from Unexpected Places

Sometimes the best leadership lessons come from the most unexpected places. In this set of 6 podcasts, you’ll learn leadership lessons from an old man who ran 543 miles in 5 days, a chemical engineer specializing in dirt, and a comedian who toured all 50 states.  You’ll also learn how to give presentations you don’t […]

Redefining What It Means to Be Brave

The way we traditionally define what it means to be brave can be our greatest obstacle. Simply shifting our focus can be the gateway to powerful results. Today’s post is by Kimberly Davis, author of Brave Leadership (CLICK HERE to get your copy). Have you ever wondered why, when you think of needing to be […]

How often do you see candidates bomb their interview because of a single big mistake during the interview?

Our reader poll today asks:  How often do you see candidates bomb their interview because of a single big mistake during the interview? All the time Frequently Sometimes Rarely Never Interviews are stressful. These are high-risk situations for a candidate. It’s not surprising that 85% of you see a candidate make a catastrophic mistake that tanks […]

The Critical Importance of Leadership During Boring Times

Leading during a crisis is easy. Adrenaline leads to focus and higher performance. But how do you lead during the doldrums when nothing “important” is going on? Those slow times are the ones that affect performance during the crisis. Failure to lead during slow times leads to failures during crisis. I recently spoke with Todd […]