The 2 Rare Skills You Need to Be A Great Leader
At some time or another, most of us have experienced a boss, manager, or leader who made us feel recognized and valued. And as a result, we were able to do more than we ever thought we could.
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Measuring The Impact Of Leadership Development: Getting Back To Basics
In the 60-plus years since Donald Kirkpatrick published his landmark dissertation on the four levels of learning evaluation, there is still great debate about our ability to measure the impact of leadership development.
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Quotes And Leadership From First Man
When the movie First Man was released, there was a huge controversy. What was the controversy? First Man doesn’t show the astronaut Neil Armstrong planting the United States flag when he sets foot on the moon. Because of the lack of the flag, a lot of people protested the movie by refusing to see the movie. I have to say these people missed out on a great movie about a man.
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How Leaders Can Get the Most from Criticism
Too often, leaders take criticism or negative feedback and either ignore it (at the cost of their credibility) or overreact to it and paralyze themselves. Critical feedback can be a gift, but it’s how you use that gift that makes the difference.
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Leadership in Turbulent Times
D ORIS KEARNS GOODWIN has spent a lifetime studying the lives of four U.S. presidents: Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, and Lyndon Johnson. In Leadership in Turbulent Times, she brings them together to study the development of their leadership potential and the mark they left on history.
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