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The Secret to Dealing With Difficult People: It's About You - The Energy Project

The Secret to Dealing With Difficult People: It's About You - The Energy Project | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it
Discover A Better Way of Working with this blog, by Tony Schwartz and The Energy Project, which provides ideas, tips, strategies and more.

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Management vs. Leadership - Linked 2 Leadership

Free 120 Page PowerPoint. Management vs. Leadership. Over 160 quotes. From Linked2Leadership.com!

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Stressful at the top? Not really, study finds

Stressful at the top? Not really, study finds | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it
Management consultants say 60% of senior executives experience high stress and anxiety on a regular basis, and a thriving industry of motivational speakers teaches business leaders how to manage their corrosive burden of stress.

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Leadership in the Age of the Unthinkable - Huffington Post (blog)

Leadership in the Age of the Unthinkable - Huffington Post (blog) | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it
Leadership in the Age of the UnthinkableHuffington Post (blog)Finally, leaders must acknowledge that the most important leadership characteristic to thrive in this ever changing world is resilience.
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John Maeda: The New Tao of Leadership

In John Maeda's experience as an artist--turned--President of the Rhode Island School of Design, the ideal leader falls somewhere in between Lao Tzu and Fath...

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Fuel Your Business with Executive Coaching

Fuel Your Business with Executive Coaching | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it

"Over the last five years executive coaching has begun to play a larger role in business life as fortune 50 and small business owners struggle to retain employees and keep them engaged. It is predicted that this type of leadership improvement strategy will continue to grow as more business owners observe the benefits. Though it may seem like executive coaching is a fix-it solution to current problems, this service can benefit companies in all phases, as the program teaches individuals to grow, reach the goals they’ve set for themselves, and become more productive. The service is not strictly a solution to gain employee rentention and boost morale, but can, and should be, utilized as a pre-emptive strike and a tool to help employee growth."


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The Secret to Effective Time Management: A Story to Win By

The Secret to Effective Time Management:  A Story to Win By | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it
Time management techniques typically involve identifying priorities and scheduling well.  There is also power in building in unscheduled time… leaving white space on the calendar for reflection and spontaneous magic.
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Leadership is not a panacea

Leadership is not a panacea | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it
In a recent opinion piece for ILM’s The Edge Online I discussed why leadership alone won’t solve every organisational problem. It’s clear that developing better leaders is a sure-fire way to improve organisational success.

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Help People Feel Better: The Power of Understanding | Tiny Buddha

Help People Feel Better: The Power of Understanding | Tiny Buddha | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it
Opinions can be valuable when they are put to good use—such as the opinion that we’d rather make our loved ones feel better, not worse.

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The Seven Powers of Powerful Questions

The Seven Powers of Powerful Questions | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it
Questions are the most powerful statements you make. Questions expose. Your questions tell me who you are. Questions invite thought. Answers end thought. Questions enlighten. “It is not the answer ...

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How to think like a leader

How to think like a leader | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it
Most leadership advice is fluff, often ignoring a crucial element in managerial and corporate decision-making: evidence...

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How to Make a Difference that Matters

How to Make a Difference that Matters | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it

A life that matters is not about desire; it’s about how. Leaders who make a difference develop internally and explore externally. Neglect one and you won’t make a difference that matter...


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How to Ask Better Questions

How to Ask Better Questions | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it

You may have what sounds like the best idea in the world. But before you do anything else, try to poke as many holes in it as you can.


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10 Reasons Leaders Fail, Plus One

10 Reasons Leaders Fail, Plus One | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it
“The arrogance of success is to think that what you did yesterday will be sufficient for tomorrow.” William Pollard Organizations fail because leaders fail and leaders fail because they...

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Shall I Dare Say I Care? Caring Affects the Bottom Line! | Lolly Daskal

RT @LollyDaskal: Posted today: Shall I Dare Say I Care?
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On Anger: Techniques for Managing Emotions at Work

On Anger:  Techniques for Managing Emotions at Work | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it
Anyone can be angry– that is easy.  But to be angry with the right person, to the right degree, at the right time, for the right purpose, and in the right way– this is not easy.
-Aristotle

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6 Things I'm Glad I Learned About Adversity | Empower the Leader in You

6 Things I'm Glad I Learned About Adversity | Empower the Leader in You | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it

I hated my first job. I had always thought of myself as mentally tough, but I was unprepared for the adversity I faced while looking for a new career in a weak economy.


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Beyond empathy

Beyond empathy | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it

As a sociatrist, I’m passionate about people in business developing greater ability to stand in each others’ shoes. It’s one of the cornerstones of the work we do at Quantum Shift and is central to nurturing greater health in organisations. This is often given the name “empathy”. I bristle a little, however, when I hear someone say, “I can have empathy for them, but…..” What’s that expression? Everything before the “but” is bulls**t. I go along with Professor Simon Baron Cohen’s idea that empathy sits along a spectrum.

 

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7 Easy Steps to Solve a Conflict

7 Easy Steps to Solve a Conflict | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it
To solve a conflict and reconcile your team or improve your relationship, apply the 7 following steps. It will help you to develop greater control of yourself and of situations which may arise in your life.

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24 Ways To Be Uncommonly Productive Today - Forbes

24 Ways To Be Uncommonly Productive Today - Forbes | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it
Let's face it we all want more time in our life to get more done, be more, do more and have more. The thing is, we are all given the same 24 hours in a day as everyone else.

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Are crazy questions actually useful? - Human Capital

Are crazy questions actually useful? - Human Capital | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it
Google CEO asks people to teach him something he doesn’t know. Are these interview tactics helpful, or hindering?

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Heart to Heart Talks – Three Steps to Discuss the Elephant in the Room

Heart to Heart Talks – Three Steps to Discuss the Elephant in the Room | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it
 Everyone on the team knew the elephant was in the room, but no one wanted to talk about it.

 

At the root of many of our interpersonal or team conflicts is a failure to communicate. Sometimes the problem is that information isn’t shared broadly enough and people become resentful because they weren’t included. Other times we say things that come out wrong and people are offended, even though we may have had good intentions behind our message. Regardless of how the situation was created, if we don’t take the time to thoughtfully address it, the miscommunication evolves into the “elephant in the room” that everyone knows is present but isn’t willing to address.

 

Recently I worked with a client where the elephant in the room had been present for nearly a year. The issue within this team had led to a fracture in what were previously very close relationships, had tarnished the team’s reputation within the organization, and was causing strife and turmoil that was affecting the team’s performance. Everyone on the team knew the elephant was in the room, but no one wanted to talk about it.


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A quarter of bosses have 'destructive' leadership style - Personnel Today

A quarter of bosses have 'destructive' leadership style - Personnel Today | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it
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