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ROI on Training: Does Leadership Training Work? Part 1

Hey everyone! I am excited to introduce you to a colleague and expert on training and development Jesse Sostrin. I have included his biography below. Jesse earned a PhD from Fielding Graduate School in 2008. This is exactly where I

Posted in Leadership development Questions, Leadership Training, New Leader Training, Special Topic Questions

Help My Boss is an Idiot! 5 Steps to Freedom: Part 3

Help my boss is an idiot! 5 steps to freedom: Part 3 In part 3 we will explore what to do about meeting the expectations you discovered in part 2. Step 3: Can you, with integrity, give it to them?

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Help My Boss is an Idiot! 5 Steps to Freedom: Part 2

Help my boss is an idiot! 5 steps to freedom: Part 2 Hey welcome back everyone! In this section we dig into a critical but often underperformed aspect of dealing with your boss. Step 2: What do they want? Let’s

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Help My Boss is an Idiot! 5 Steps to Freedom

Hey everyone! I started writing this post and it just kept coming! I separated it into 4 posts so you can take your time considering the advice and perspective it offers. Each post ends with a bit of developmental work

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How Do I Motivate My Team

Here is another of our short videos answering commonly asked leadership questions. This one is critical. In an age when only 1/3 of american workers are engaged (according to Gallop research) the ability to motivate takes on a whole new

Posted in Leader Attributes, leadership, leadership development, Leadership development Questions, Leadership Roles and Responsibilities, Leadership Training, New Leader Training

Are Leaders Born or Made? Really! That question again….

Number one question received on Developing Leaders website? Are leaders born or made? Answer Yes :) Some people are born with traits that enable them to lead naturally and do so with ease. Most of us have the ability to

Posted in born vs. made, Leader Attributes, leadership, leadership development, Leadership development Questions, Leadership Training, New Leader Training

FEAR

One of the more challenging topics to consider in the life of a leader is fear. At different times it bothers even the most confident leader. The challenge with fear is that it deals with consequences of actions, loss of

Posted in Leadership Training

Leadership Coach: Ron Hurst… ACC (well almost)

Hey everyone next January I will complete a year long program through Fielding Graduate School in coaching. When complete, I will soon thereafter obtain the ACC designation (Associate Certified Coach) from the International Coaches Federation or ICF for short. I am very

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Linked In Leadership: And Marketing?

One of the most fascinating aspects of Linked In is that people can leverage this social media tool to make money. How do they do so? Well there are many ways. Two of my connections have written on this subject

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Linked In Leadership: An Exchange with Joey Peacock

So the dialogue continues. This time we learn from Joey Peacock a self described chief motivational leader from Panama City Florida. Joey too uses a technology approach in part to further his own development specifically podcasts of favorite authors. There

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