The Leadership Power Shift Underway (A Political and Business Undercurrent)

Since our national political leadership is failing, a leadership power shift is underway. City, state, and business leaders are filling the void.

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A New Era of Corporate Social Leader Activism

Leadership is shifting to a corporate social leader mindset. Leading in an activist way is creating greater value for business and communities.

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Leadership Minimalism: A New Mindset to Clear Clutter

Preparing for the Leadership Minimalism Mindset Time does funny things. One of them is the collection of stuff. We have our messy drawer at home, but our messiness extends in many places. As individuals, we collect things. We pick-up something from a place we experience. When we return home, we put it somewhere. Over time,…

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Purpose-Driven Is Out. Purpose-Activated Is In.

Purpose-activated replaces purpose-driven. Purpose-activated embraces freedom, ability, and clarity. Leadership refreshed.

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How to Thwart a Millennial Culture

How did Brian Halligan, co-founder and CEO of HubSpot, become interested in corporate culture? From simple statement from iRobot co-founder Colin Angle: “Culture is how people make decisions when you’re not in the room, and when you don’t have one, you can’t scale.” Hubspot and their leaders have not only built an engaging, empowering culture,…

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Leadercast: Beyond You

When we started Authentic Leadership Dallas, we didn’t know what would unfold. We had dreams of leaders gathering to exchange ideas and experiences, delivering insights and challenges to be better leaders. There were times when we weren’t sure it would work, and there are times we were amazed! Yesterday was one of those days. A…

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How to Develop a Leadership Philosophy?

The process to develop a leadership philosophy may vary by individual. Developing one is the key so don’t get bogged down in the process. Use a process that works for you.

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Missteps to Strengthen Culture and Leaders

In the past two weeks, two guest posts were published discussing the topic of leadership and mistakes. Two people who don’t know each other and two people from different points in their careers. Within each, valid themes and insights arise. [inset width=”50%” float=”right”] Leading and Mistakes To Err Is Human: How Good Leaders Handle Mistakes…

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Why Do You Need a Leadership Philosophy?

Philosophy and leadership may seem like an odd combination. However, without a sound philosophy, leadership can be easily distracted. Leadership and philosophy go hand-in-glove, fitting perfectly together to strengthen your capabilities for the long term. What is philosophy? Philosophy is “a theory or attitude held by a person or organization that acts as a guiding…

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Lead from the Middle: The 9 New, New Leadership Principles

There are several solid leadership chats and discussions that happen through social media. Tuesday nights, there are two tweet chats that bring people together — #leadershipchat and #leadfromwithin. Earlier this week, I participated in both. It was leadership conversations in stereo, streaming continuously in 140 characters! Perseverance was the topic in one, and next generation…

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