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Do Companies Need Managers?

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Send to KindleIt’s a question that few would have even thought to ask 20 years ago. The short answer is yes. To really understand though let’s dive a little deeper into the question.
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Leaders: Have You Ever Said “That’s An Order?”

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Information Security – I won’t read that…

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Why did that headline cause you to think “Oh! no” or perhaps “Oh! not again” or worse “I won’t read that”?
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10 Steps to Increase Employee Turnover

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Does your company suffer from low employee turnover? Are you frustrated because you’re HR department doesn’t spend enough time collecting exit surveys and hiring new employees.
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Leadership and Risk: Four Questions to Help You Decide

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Are you risk averse? Are you hesitant to step off the smooth, comfortable path of other’s success or do you seek opportunities to blaze a new trail?
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Leading Meetings – The Agenda

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How many times have you sat down in the meeting room wondering what the meeting would be about and if you were going to be expected to contribute? How did you feel?
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Leadership is Communication: Did You Hear That?

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Probably the most important, yet most often overlooked element of communicating is listening.
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Leadership Development: What’s the Return on That Investment?

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What’s the return on that investment? It’s a good question and one that any smart business leader will ask anytime resources are going to be expended.
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Do you want to affect eternity?

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People learn from you by listening to what you say and by observing what you do. This happens. You can’t stop it and neither can they.
Who listens to you? Who sees you doing things? Who learns from you?
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The Extra MILE

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Send to KindleI am honored to have a six part series in the new on-line magazine “The Extra MILE.” MILE is a clever acronym for Motivate, Inspire, Lead, and Engage.
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The Survey Initiative wins major contract with Scania

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The Survey Initiative has been appointed to work with Scania (Great Britain) Limited – a major supplier to British industry of trucks, buses and marine engines – to analyse employee engagement.
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Leadership Lessons from Abercrombie and Fitch

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Abercrombie and Fitch. Just saying the name will cause some to suffer severe anxiety. It seems that they are proud to be exclusionary.
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Manage your people, not your numbers

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Conventional business thinking is that numbers are all important.
David Hain's curator insight, August 20, 2013 5:46 AM

Yes!

AltruisticLeadership's comment, August 25, 2013 4:31 PM
I like the notation of "manage the business; lead the people."
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Leaders Make Mistakes Too – 5 Steps to Redeem a Potentially Fatal Error

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Ethics, morality and values based leadership are high on any thought leaders agenda right now.
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Leading Meetings – Time is Slippin

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Time keeps on slippin, slippin, slippin, into the future. OK Steve Miller was not talking about meetings. But he makes a good point that is certainly relevant to good meetings.
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Ever been caught with your pants down?

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The origin of this expression is thought to refer to when the Roman Emperor Caracalla was killed about 200BC. History has it that while he was on a journey his armed escort gave him privacy to relieve himself next to the road.
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7 Ways to Increase Your Odds of Success

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How does employee engagement manifest itself?

Pride – A sense of one’s own proper dignity or value; self-respect.
I have to admit that this is a question we are often asked when we are working with clients.  You might be surprised to find that CEO’s and employees ask this question.
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Goals and Measurement: Is This Metric Necessary?

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In the kitchen, my mother and grandmothers would often carefully measure ingredients, but sometimes they would not measure at all.
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The 3 Biggest Mistakes Leaders Make Which Diminishes Their Credibility

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Life in the rear-view mirror

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“Knowledge of what is and what has been doesn’t tell what’s got to be.” Albert Einstein.
Do you live your life looking in the rear-view mirror?
How much do you think about the past?
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Leadership and the Mission: Don’t Let Your Team Crash

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Years ago when I was a crew member flying rescue missions for the U.S. Air Force I attended what was then called Cockpit Resource Management training.
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A New Paradigm of Leadership and Management

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I fell into the leader and management field really.   When I left school at 16, with no expectations other than eventually to get married and start a family I had no clue what I wanted to do.  Taking the first job I could, in an office, I...
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Leadership is Communication: Keeping it Under Control

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The email came early in the morning.
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