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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.

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Yes, valuable ! 

Winnfin's comment, August 28, 2013 3:12 AM
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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For over ten years, we have been working with entrepreneurs and businesses to support and grow their businesses. We recognize that it takes much more than financial support to get a company off the ground, thus we provide assistance in every aspect along the way allowing business owners to take their businesses to the next level. http://business-executive-coach.de/
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Leadership Lessons From the Brothers Grimm - INSEAD Knowledge (blog)

Leadership Lessons From the Brothers Grimm - INSEAD Knowledge (blog) | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it
Fairy tales help children to answer basic existential questions, like who am I, what is the good life, where do I belong? Through fairy tales they learn to navigate reality and survive in a world full of ambiguities and dangers.
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Uncertainty is here to stay – deal with it

Uncertainty is here to stay – deal with it | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it
A lot of our time is dedicated to reducing uncertainty. We design solutions with clients, plan for our financial future, anticipate and respond to competitors’ actions. Many of our mental models about quality consulting, advisory roles and teaching...

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5 Reasons Your Employees Leave (And 1 Big Reason They Stay) - TalentCulture

5 Reasons Your Employees Leave (And 1 Big Reason They Stay) - TalentCulture | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it
There’s a lot of disagreement about why employees leave their jobs. Is it because they don’t have the chance to grow? A lack of work/life balance? Not being paid enough? Many of the statistics cited in this article will disagree ...
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Why Certifications Help Your Career

Why Certifications Help Your Career | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it
There is a lot of buzz lately around alternative education and training. If you run a Google search for “certifications in demand” you get no less than 35 million results. The question that aris…
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3 Ultimate Skills Every Executive Coach Needs For Leaders

3 Ultimate Skills Every Executive Coach Needs For Leaders | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it
My executive coaching activities have suddenly gained significant traction over the past year. I’m elated firstly because I enjoy making an impact and helping people and secondly because more and m…
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Management vs Leadership. What’s the difference?

It’s the million dollar question with a million possible answers; what’s the difference between leadership and management?

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The 7 Secret Traits Of Enduring Champions

The 7 Secret Traits Of Enduring Champions | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it
I am amazed and heartened by the responses I have received from all over the world to my recent article, “Why You Should Fill Your Company With ‘Athletes’.” Clearly the world contains a lot of champion “athletes” and champion thinkers, whether or...
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Why Investors Rank New Businesses By Leader Quality - Forbes

Why Investors Rank New Businesses By Leader Quality - Forbes | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it
As an Angel investor in early-stage startups, I’ve long noticed my peers’ apparent bias toward the strength and character of the founding entrepreneurs, often overriding a strong solution to a painful problem with a big opportunity.
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Leadership is Helping Things Grow -

Leadership is Helping Things Grow - | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it
People who help things grow impress me. As a boy, I grew up surrounded by people who helped things like corn, soybeans, and other crops grow. I have never been a farmer, though my friends include farmers, gardeners, even landscape architects.

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Ayudar a crecer a los demás que nos rodean, es esencial

Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, April 20, 7:11 PM

Actually, leadership is enabling people to grow. People are not things.

 

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How to Be Emotionally Intelligent

How to Be Emotionally Intelligent | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it
What makes a leader? Knowledge, smarts and vision, but also the ability to identify and monitor emotions and manage relationships.

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Roy Sheneman, PhD's curator insight, April 8, 10:05 AM

Emotional Intelligence (EQ) is arguably the single most important predictor of leader success. It is all about being able to understand and control yourself while being aware of others. 

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Checklist for Emotional Intelligence

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The best leaders are always ones that can relate to their team, keep a calm demeanour in crisis or conflict and work to support their team to help make them better verses dictating or blaming for what is wrong. The best Managers look for what their team does right and recognizes those behaviours and results. Managing people well is much harder then it looks, recognizing people for what they do well and how they contribute is a great place to start to be a good emotional intelligent leader.

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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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3 Powerful Leadership Lessons (That Are Actually Realistic)

3 Powerful Leadership Lessons (That Are Actually Realistic) | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it

3 Simple Leadership Lessons from Guy Kawasaki - The Muse: Unlike "Always be innovating," you can actually...

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Biggest Startup Mistakes And How To Avoid Them - In Photos: Biggest Startup Mistakes And How To Avoid Them

Biggest Startup Mistakes And How To Avoid Them - In Photos: Biggest Startup Mistakes And How To Avoid Them | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it
No matter the industry or your experience, launching a new company is a risky endeavor. Forbes contributor Tom Taulli reached out to some successful founders and asked what lesson they advise entrepreneurs to keep in mind.
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Motherhood: The Ultimate Leadership Training - Huffington Post

Motherhood: The Ultimate Leadership Training - Huffington Post | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it
There's plenty of talk these days about how we need more women in leadership roles, and I agree. But I would take it a step further and suggest that we need more mothers in leadership roles.
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Shark Tank's Barbara Corcoran: Two Founders Are Better Than One

Shark Tank's Barbara Corcoran: Two Founders Are Better Than One | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it
The Shark Tank investor says a company is at an advantage when two people, each with their own set of experiences, are behind the wheel.
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Why Women Will Take Over Business Leadership Roles in the Future

Why Women Will Take Over Business Leadership Roles in the Future | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it
Studies show that women are being better rated as leaders, attracting more venture capital and becoming the face of the healthcare industry. If these trends continue, the writing is on the wall. Women will lead U.S.

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5 ways high-performing companies manage their people

5 ways high-performing companies manage their people | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it
Susan Galer says research from Oxford Economics confirms high-performing companies don’t operate like underperformers.

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Why The Best Leadership Involves 'Downward Mobility' - Forbes

Why The Best Leadership Involves 'Downward Mobility' - Forbes | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it
If you’ve taken on the burden of leadership, you’re not doomed to the cycle of becoming addicted to power and then becoming helplessly irrelevant while the addiction devours you in the final stages.
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An Infographic Every Boss Should Read

An Infographic Every Boss Should Read | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it
These all-too-common management behaviors make self-motivation almost impossible.
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The worst question you could ask women in a job interview

The worst question you could ask women in a job interview | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it
If we want to close the pay gap, employers need to stop asking this question time and time again.
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5 ways to boost your emotional intelligence

5 ways to boost your emotional intelligence | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it
Penelope Trunk looks at how to increase your emotional intelligence.
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Tech Bubble? Maybe, Maybe Not

Tech Bubble? Maybe, Maybe Not | Business Coaching for Executives | Scoop.it
I’ve heard people wonder if we’re in a bubble with regard to startups. Is it as bad as the 2000 dot-com bubble? Might it actually be worse? I thought 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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