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How to Differentiate Great Leaders from Good Leaders

How to Differentiate Great Leaders from Good Leaders | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it
Recently, I attended a memorial service for Dennis Dammerman, a retired GE executive and one of the very first people I interviewed with at GE 30 years ago. He was a mentor and friend to me and a

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Build a WE not a ME organization. You have to inspire people. An idea or initiative may start with that constituency of one, but eventually you need buy-in from a company of many

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Marty Koenig's curator insight, August 21, 2013 9:46 AM

Makes you wonder how much of this they teach in college.

Contact Boostonsvotrestartup's curator insight, August 21, 2013 5:08 PM

Yes, valuable ! 

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We believe, to become a great leader you must have 50% Knowledge, 25% Understanding, 20% Belief, 5% Charm. You cant learn everything from a book or a teacher, the best sauce of knowledge is experience, the same way the best way to manage is by sharing those experiences with others so you can all learn from the successes and failures together.
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How to Build Your Thought Leadership When You Feel You Have None - Huffington Post

How to Build Your Thought Leadership When You Feel You Have None - Huffington Post | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it
When you're just starting out in your new business, or launching a new practice, consultancy, or solopreneurship, it can be very enlivening to follow people who are ten steps (or 100) ahead of you, to learn from those you'd like to emulate.
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Why only 14% of top execs are women

Why only 14% of top execs are women | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it
A CNNMoney analysis shows women hold just 5% of the CEO jobs in the S&P 500 and the pipeline of rising stars behind them is thin. Women hold only 16.5% of positions 2 through 5 at companies.
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Mentors Are The Secret Weapons Of Successful Startups

Mentors Are The Secret Weapons Of Successful Startups | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it
“I’ve probably revised this investor pitch deck 200 times,” a founder told me recently. She’d met with more than 50 potential investors before closing..
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Letting Go is Growth

Letting Go is Growth | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it

Just because you are a successful entrepreneur doesn't mean you like change.  You kicked and clawed your way to reasonable entrepreneurial success by being consistent, reliable and steadfast. It’s worked before, it will work again, right?

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10 Reasons Why Emotional Intelligence Is Critical for Leaders

10 Reasons Why Emotional Intelligence Is Critical for Leaders | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it
Respect is not just about others; the emotionally intelligent leader practices self-respect. How a leader treats themselves matters, because it is reflected back in the people he or she manages.

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george_reed's curator insight, March 3, 8:23 PM

Call it people skills, interpersonal savvy, or emotional intelligence, the ability to empathize from a position of self-awareness and self-regulation is an important skill for those who seek to influence others.

Roy Sheneman, PhD's curator insight, March 4, 9:06 AM

Manage your emotions or you will not be managing very long...

donhornsby's curator insight, March 5, 10:33 AM

(From the article): EQ is important to being a great leader. I believe in leading beyond maximum potential and delivering results that matter.

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7 Smart Habits of Great Innovators

7 Smart Habits of Great Innovators | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it
These seven habits will help you draw connections no one else sees, and keep innovation part of your routine.
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What Leadership Is -- And What It Is Not - Entrepreneur

What Leadership Is -- And What It Is Not - Entrepreneur | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it
Great leaders inspire and create meaningful, lasting opportunities and new ways of thinking. They believe in change. They have an impact on the future.
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6 Powerful Communication Tips From Some Of The World's Best Interviewers

6 Powerful Communication Tips From Some Of The World's Best Interviewers | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it
Listening intently isn't just for journalists. Here's how to sharpen your interviewing skills to get the most out of your connections.
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Entrepreneurship: It Takes a Village

Entrepreneurship: It Takes a Village | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it

Here are the six key resources you need to build a powerful company.

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Case Closed: Women Do Make Teams Smarter

Case Closed: Women Do Make Teams Smarter | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it
Teams that include women significantly outperform male-dominated teams. So why not use technology to eliminate gender bias when hiring?
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Letting Go is Growth

Letting Go is Growth | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it

Just because you are a successful entrepreneur doesn’t mean you like change.  You kicked and clawed your way to reasonable entrepreneurial success by being consistent, reliable and steadfast. It’s worked before, it will work again, right?

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9 Healthcare Tech Startups To Watch - InformationWeek

9 Healthcare Tech Startups To Watch - InformationWeek | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it

As venture capital flows into healthcare startups, look at some new companies that should be on your radar.

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Six Customer Trends That Will Build Or Break Your Business As We Enter 2015

Six Customer Trends That Will Build Or Break Your Business As We Enter 2015 | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it
Here are six trends in customer expectations and behavior that have affected your business in 2014 and will continue to do so in 2015. Have you adapted to these yet? If not, I suggest you step on it.

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In Praise of Failure: Mess Up and Fess Up

In Praise of Failure: Mess Up and Fess Up | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it
As counter-intuitive as this sounds—given the massive failure of global financial institutions and the despicable revelations about executive buyouts of CEOs whose actions sent companies into a dow...
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Fundraising Site For Teachers Illuminates Classroom Disparities

Fundraising Site For Teachers Illuminates Classroom Disparities | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it
Since DonorsChoose.org launched in 2000, teachers have been able to crowdfund rather than use their own money to pay for supplies. A broader look at the site's data shows who needs what.

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Why embracing diversity will improve your leadership skills

Why embracing diversity will improve your leadership skills | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it
Santiago Iniguez writes that embracing diversity will enrich your identity, and enhance your interpersonal skills.

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Bibiana Mosquera's curator insight, March 23, 9:38 AM

Diversity, difference, conflict as a path to  High Performance Teams !

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10 Mindsets That Will Radically Improve Your Business

10 Mindsets That Will Radically Improve Your Business | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it
Reframing your thinking can go a long way. A psychologist suggests trying these strategies to get further along the path you've carved out and reach success.
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5 Visionary CEOs and Their Key Traits That Every Leader Should Master

5 Visionary CEOs and Their Key Traits That Every Leader Should Master | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it
You may believe that the leaders you admire are smarter, luckier or more creative than you, but the attributes that make them wildly successful can be honed over time.

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Roy Sheneman, PhD's curator insight, February 25, 10:09 AM

Always a good idea to copy the habits of successful people.

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4 Key Leadership Lessons From Top Female Executives

4 Key Leadership Lessons From Top Female Executives | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it
With the right mindset and the proper approach to execution and leadership, women can rise to higher posts and endure less gender bias over time
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The Strategy That Makes Women Better Leaders

The Strategy That Makes Women Better Leaders | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it

Women view leadership and career development differently than men — and it might help them get ahead in the workplace.

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Do you take the blue pill or the red pill? by Kenneth Mikkelsen | Drucker Society Europe Blog

We find ourselves at a stage between The Industrial Age and The Network Age, which is hardly breaking news to anyone; but recent years have accelerated the interconnected shifts. So why is it that we as human beings continue to pursue strategies that we know are wrong? Why is it that we fail to change our course?



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Steve Bax's comment, February 6, 10:06 AM
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Ron McIntyre's curator insight, February 6, 10:06 AM

Interesting approach. What do you think? Would love to see some discussion on this topic.

Ian Berry's curator insight, February 7, 1:09 AM

Very insightful article The blue pill is indeed the status quo and letting go the status quo when it no longer serves humanity is the key to leaving one age and entering the next

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The Executive Coach's Guide to Hacking Leadership

The Executive Coach's Guide to Hacking Leadership | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it
Marshall Goldsmith, executive coach and author, speaks at the Inc. 5000 conference about how to dramatically improve your leadership skills for a stronger business and a happier life.

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Diversity in Tech Companies

Diversity in Tech Companies | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it
Major technology companies in 2014 publicly released data that shed light on the racial and gender make-up of their employees.
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The 5 Stages of Becoming a Successful Thought Leader - Forbes

The 5 Stages of Becoming a Successful Thought Leader - Forbes | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it
The idea of becoming a thought leader is a nebulous and confusing concept to grasp. Every leader’s approach is different, and there’s no secret formula to success. Becoming a thought leader doesn’t happen overnight.
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