From Red and Blue Companies to a Better Future: A Business Leader Calling

A new business leader calling is here. Solving problems and challenging us to think better about issues and people is a start to better society.

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Why Remote Leaders Need a Jiminy Cricket

One of the biggest challenges remote leaders face is not getting enough feedback. Every leader needs a sounding board — like Jiminy Cricket.

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You’re Ridiculously in Charge (Whether You Want to Be or Not)

When Scott Savage found himself “Ridiculously in Charge,” he was surprised to discover unexpected inspiration when the way he was working wasn’t working.

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Business Leader Activism: Are You Ready to Do Good for Business and Society?

Business leader activism is present, and CEOs are aligning their actions to do good for business and society. A new model to lead.

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The Power Inside Each of Us

People are fascinated by power. Who has it? How did they, and how do I, get it? Rick Miller suggests we must harvest the power inside each of us.

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How Time and Money Can Activate Professional Change

Sometimes, activating professional moments sneak up on us. How do we change when they do. Here’s how Maya James allowed time and money to activate professional change.

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The Long Game: Leadership Lessons from John McCain

Inspired by the life of Senator John McCain, Eric Torrence shares some lessons he’s learned about focusing on the long game.

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How Your Company Can Change Your Community for the Better

Engaging with people and causes around your workplace can yield positive benefits. Here is how your company can change your community for the better.

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The New Literacy Requirements for Better Personal Leadership

New literacy requirements are upon us to advance our personal leadership. New literacy centers on media, society, and culture.

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Building a Culture of Accountability

We can all help move the needle to create a culture of accountability on our teams by consistently acting in accordance with our values.

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Learning from Lincoln: How Our Greatest President Invited Difficult People to the Table

Some of the people we consider most “difficult” are those who see the world differently than us. Learning from Lincoln and his team of rivals could help.

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Getting the Best Out of a Difficult Work Relationship

Getting the best out of a difficult work relationship takes sensitivity, empathy, and a lot of discipline. Here are a few tips to make it work.

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