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What George Carlin Would Say About Business Leadership Today

George Carlin was a legendary comedian, known for his sharp wit and critical views on society. He was not one to shy away from speaking his mind, even if it meant challenging the status quo. If he were alive today, there is no doubt that he would have plenty to say about business leadership. Here’s how he might sound: Continue reading What George Carlin Would Say About Business Leadership Today

What We Can Learn About DEI from Rock Groups

Diversity, equity, and inclusion are critical concepts that have become increasingly relevant in today’s society and business. Many popular rock groups have taken it upon themselves to promote these values through their music, actions, and advocacy. By examining the strategies used by these groups, we can learn valuable lessons about how to create a more inclusive and equitable society and work culture. Continue reading What We Can Learn About DEI from Rock Groups

Leadership Challenges in 2023

Leadership challenges in 2023 will undoubtedly be shaped by the ongoing pandemic, economic uncertainty, and global political tensions. However, there will also be other challenges that leaders must navigate in order to lead their organizations effectively. Let’s explore some of the key leadership challenges that will face leaders in 2023. Continue reading Leadership Challenges in 2023

Julia Milner on Successful Employee Coaching

Professor Julia Milner is an award winning practitioner and an award winning academic in the field of leadership who has been named in the World’s ‘Top 40 Business Professors under 40’. She has extensive industry experience as a Business Coach & Management Consultant – working with executives and international companies around the globe. Julia’s YouTube Channel ‘Working on Clouds’ tackles everything related to work & happiness. Julia has studied or worked with 25 Universities worldwide, across six disciplines and in seven cultures. She is an expert in the area of Leadership, Coaching and Positive Psychology. Julia has lived in Germany, North America, Spain, Belgium, Finland, China, France, Great Britain and Australia. She delivered a Tedx talk on the topic of ‘The surprising truth in how to be a great leader’ and her research has been featured on Ted.com, World Economic Forum, Harvard Business Review & The Economist and she has published with Random House.

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The Hidden Secret to Growing Inside Your Comfort Zone

The single most powerful predictor of performance is the sense that a person has the opportunity to use his or her strengths every day at work. Research from the Gallup Organization has demonstrated that negative feedback is 40X more effective as a team leadership approach than zero feedback. But, positive attention is 30X more powerful than negative attention and 1,200X more impactful than ignoring people. So, if paying attention to what people can’t do is a leader’s typical default strategy and attention is directed at giving negative feedback, there’s a lot of human potential being left on the table. Continue reading The Hidden Secret to Growing Inside Your Comfort Zone

The Post Covid 19 Leader

Even the most recent articles on management compare this century to the one prior in demonstrating how the principles, processes, and practices of business leadership have evolved. However, Covid-19 has so pervaded the organizational zeitgeist that any student of management must look at the pandemic as a pervasive leadership game changer warranting separate yet equally impactful considerations. Continue reading The Post Covid 19 Leader