Solve or Manage? Facing 3 Self-Leadership Tensions

It’s tempting to treat every challenge as a problem to be solved. But some Self-Leadership Tensions are better managed than resolved.

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Learning from Bad Leadership Advice

With so much advice out there, we’re bound to receive some bad leadership advice from time to time. How do we make the best of the situation?

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Do You Know How to Avoid the Leadership Killer?

Once you identify it, you must figure out how to avoid the leadership killer. Bill Treasurer shares advice from his new book.

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Unconscious Bias: How to be Part of the Solution

We’re all wired for unconscious bias—even people dedicated to equality. If everyone in your company looks alike, here’s how to be part of the solution.

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Why I Stopped Attending Conferences

Attendees often complain that leadership conferences leave them feeling as if they are drinking from a fire hose. If conferences aren’t cutting it, what is the answer?

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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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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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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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Thoughts on Crazy Rich Asians: How Representation Impacts Self Worth

Inspired the romantic comedy Crazy Rich Asians, Justin Kanoya shares how representation impacts self worth and why that’s so important.

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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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Resist the Urge to Have the Last Word

Having the last word can be intoxicating. How to do we resist the urge to focus on “winning” and instead fight to find common ground?

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