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Coaching Employees: 5 Coaching Power Words

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Great Leaders Replace Rules With Accountability

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How can we replace rules with something that still encourages the best behaviors?

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Ten Leadership Theories in Five Minutes

An overview of 1. The Great Man Theory 2. The Trait Theory of Leadership 3. The Skills Theory of Leadership 4. The Style Theory of Leadership 5. Th
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Quick summary of a variety of leadership theories
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The Importance of Promoting Personal Growth in Your Employees

The Importance of Promoting Personal Growth in Your Employees | 21st Century Leadership | Scoop.it

Some leaders believe that helping employees achieve professional growth will simultaneously help them grow in their personal lives as well. In reality, however, this is a misconception that will send the wrong message to a staff. While professional growth and personal growth are both equally crucial to encourage; it’s important to draw a clear distinction between the two. Professional growth opportunities help employees excel at their jobs, while personal growth opportunities help employees find more balance and fulfillment in their everyday lives.


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These 7 Things Are Ruining Your Credibility as a Leader

These 7 Things Are Ruining Your Credibility as a Leader | 21st Century Leadership | Scoop.it
There are choices leaders make that can ruin their credibility. This post explains those seven choices and how to counteract them.

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How To Work With Coworkers You Distrust

How To Work With Coworkers You Distrust | 21st Century Leadership | Scoop.it
Have reason to question a colleague's integrity? Here are three ways you can deal with them.

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Learn How to Manage What Triggers You - Lolly Daskal | Leadership

Learn How to Manage What Triggers You - Lolly Daskal | Leadership | 21st Century Leadership | Scoop.it
If we don't learn how to manage our triggers, our triggers will manage us, and therefore, we must learn how to manage our triggers successfully. Our

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10 Ultimate Ways to Attract the Invaluable Employee

10 Ultimate Ways to Attract the Invaluable Employee | 21st Century Leadership | Scoop.it

Simple steps taken towards the betterment of employees can help you win talent that will make your company more successful.


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10 Awful Truths Every Leader Needs to Know  

10 Awful Truths Every Leader Needs to Know   | 21st Century Leadership | Scoop.it
10 counter-intuitive truths that leaders need to know in order to successfully meet today's challenges and create strong, sustainable organizations.

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The 6 Building Blocks of Organizational Structure [Diagrams]

The 6 Building Blocks of Organizational Structure [Diagrams] | 21st Century Leadership | Scoop.it
Learn these six key components of organizational structure with visual examples to help you decide which type of structure best fits your company, division, or team.
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How To Project Authority Right After You Get Promoted

How To Project Authority Right After You Get Promoted | 21st Century Leadership | Scoop.it
How do you get former peers and supervisors to take you seriously as a boss when everyone remembers the mistakes you made years ago?
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What CEOs are reading | McKinsey & Company

What CEOs are reading | McKinsey & Company | 21st Century Leadership | Scoop.it
Leaders of some of the world’s biggest organizations reveal which books will keep them occupied in the coming months.

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Great Leaders Aren’t Superheroes: They Create Them

Great Leaders Aren’t Superheroes: They Create Them | 21st Century Leadership | Scoop.it

Great leaders can indeed have a massive impact on their organizations and people. Like true superheroes, they can turn a bigger purpose into reality, they never give up, show courage, have the ability to face fears and apply a strong cultural code of conduct. Some are even so powerful that the mere survival of their companies depends on them. When Steve Jobs left Apple in 1985, the company went into decline and he had to return to save it. Also, Howard Schultz and Michael Dell took up similar rescuing come-back roles years after having left Starbucks and Dell, respectively.

However, the fact that humans so badly want to believe in superheroes all too often turns into a liability in business, with many leaders mistaking fame for infallibility. Here is why the days of leaders acting as superheroes are largely over.


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The 4 Decision Styles: When to Involve Others in Decisions | Jesse Lyn Stoner

The 4 Decision Styles: When to Involve Others in Decisions | Jesse Lyn Stoner | 21st Century Leadership | Scoop.it

You face countless decisions each day and must determine which to make on your own and when to involve others. This is true no matter what your role or level, whether you are CEO, a project leader, or a team member. How do you know when to involve others in decisions?


Most people are guided by personal preference. Some people are decisive by nature or action-oriented. They would rather not to get bogged down by involving others if they can avoid it. Others are collaborative by nature and prefer dialogue and consensus decision-making.


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15 Simple Things Great Leaders Say to Create Highly Engaged Teams

15 Simple Things Great Leaders Say to Create Highly Engaged Teams | 21st Century Leadership | Scoop.it
Great leaders inspire their teams. Here are 15 things you can say to inspire yours.

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Leadership - The Trust Glue  

Leadership - The Trust Glue   | 21st Century Leadership | Scoop.it

In he film “Twelve Angry Men” the jury is sent to a small room to deliberate. Before any formal discussion, they cast a vote. Eleven of the jurors vote “guilty.” Only one juror votes “not guilty.” After conclusion of deliberations, all the jurors vote “not guilty”.  Does the juror who was the only one to vote not guilty at the start be said to have leadership qualities?  Let us see what really leadership is?


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The Power of a Leader’s Apology

The Power of a Leader’s Apology | 21st Century Leadership | Scoop.it
Yesterday, I was re-watching the movie Star Trek Into Darkness, and I arrived at one section toward the end where the crew of a crippled USS Enterprise was facing imminent destruction. Despite all of Captain Kirk’s pleading, the enemy continued to charge up their weapons. Faced with defeat, Captain Kirk turned to his crew and uttered the words “I’m sorry.”

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Figure Out the Leadership Style That Fits Who You Are

Figure Out the Leadership Style That Fits Who You Are | 21st Century Leadership | Scoop.it
It depends on your personal definition of success.
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8 Steps To Push Past Your Limits When You Think You've Hit Them

8 Steps To Push Past Your Limits When You Think You've Hit Them | 21st Century Leadership | Scoop.it
We're all excellent storytellers, especially when it comes to spinning a tale about why we failed. Here's how to stop doing that.

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Transformational Leadership - Management Guru

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Towards Understanding Transformational Leadership

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8 Things You Can Do to Stop Passive-Aggressive Behavior in the Workplace [Infographic | Quiz]

8 Things You Can Do to Stop Passive-Aggressive Behavior in the Workplace [Infographic | Quiz] | 21st Century Leadership | Scoop.it
Find out if your workplace is suffering from the cancer of passive aggressiveness. Take a communication style quiz and learn 8 ways to root out this destructive

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The One Thing You're Sure to Struggle With as a Leader 

The One Thing You're Sure to Struggle With as a Leader  | 21st Century Leadership | Scoop.it
Leaders face a lot of issues but one thing they will struggle with is sometimes staying positive. Being a leader is all about balance. You have to be

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To find the balance, the stamina, the solutions you need, remember that the first step is always the same: Stay positive. 
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Firing on all cylinders – What makes an effective leader | Teaching Leaders

Firing on all cylinders – What makes an effective leader | Teaching Leaders | 21st Century Leadership | Scoop.it
Firing on all cylinders: new research shows high-performing middle leaders must master   Today we published research with the education and youth

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How To Check Your Ego When You're Under Fire At Work

How To Check Your Ego When You're Under Fire At Work | 21st Century Leadership | Scoop.it
Getting defensive when someone criticizes your work shows that you care, but it can block forward progress. Do this instead.
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Fellow View: What's your why?

Fellow View: What's your why? | 21st Century Leadership | Scoop.it

In her blog, Institute of Leadership and Management Fellow Penny Sophocleous discusses why, as a leader, it is important to have a belief system that motivates you


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Leader Storytelling: The Pivotal Stories You Should Be Able to Tell

Leader Storytelling: The Pivotal Stories You Should Be Able to Tell | 21st Century Leadership | Scoop.it
Since starting his career as a U.S. Marine, Don Faul has led operations at Facebook, Pinterest and now Athos. Here are the stories he tells to rally big teams to do their best work.

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This article is long -- but both good. The author interviews Facebook VP of Online Operations, Dan Faul where Faul expresses his conviction about the necessity  of great storytelling for leaders.

 

Not only does this article talk about what makes a great story, but it actually discusses 3 pivotal stories every leader needs to tell -- including a personal failure story.

 

Faul makes lots of great points, and shares both the why and the how storytelling has made such a huge difference for him. Right on!

 

This review was written by Karen Dietz for her curated content on business storytelling at www.scoop.it/t/just-story-it. Follow her on Twitter @kdietz