Blog Posts for leadership

Leveraging Diversity: From Awareness to Collaborative Action

by Deborah Rocco

Leveraging Diversity: From Awareness to Collaborative Action

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When Diversity Training Is Not Enough: How to Move from Awareness to Collaborative Action

by Deborah Rocco

Diversity Training Is Not Enough: Moving from Awareness to Collaborative Action

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Download free ebook - Advancing Women Leaders: Steps for Breakthrough Results

by Deborah Rocco

Download "Advancing Women Leaders" and get a powerful three-step plan for beginning to close the gender gap in business. Download our new free ebook today!

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A Leader's Personal Brand

by Michael Reidy

Mr.Purple has a Brand, and manages it. You have one too! How do you manage your personal brand? Michael Reidy explains.

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“Good-Enough” Listening Is As Good As It Gets

by Patty McManus

Listening to viewpoints that differ from our own can be tough going. Luckily, you only need to be “good enough” at listening to get remarkable results, as Patty McManus explains.

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Continuum Thinking

by Jay Cone

Jay Cone writes about strategic agility – and how a tolerance and ease with ambiguity is vital in today’s business environment.

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The Year's Most Popular Insights

by Andy Atkins

Here's a last look back at 2014, and our most popular Insights . . . including our Workplace Feedback ebook, our Trust Report, podcasts, blog posts, and more!

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Storytelling and Great Leadership

by Beth Yates

Whether responding to a crisis or marshaling support for their vision, strong leaders know the secret to telling terrific stories. In her latest blog post, Senior Consultant Beth Yates outlines why storytelling is important, and describes how to be effective when you use this technique.

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Failure and Reward: What’s Your Risk Tolerance?

by Beth O'Neill

The definitions of risk and failure differ depending on circumstances. As a leader, what's your risk/reward balance?

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The Value of Conflict

by Patty McManus

Many teams are uncomfortable with conflict — but to get great work done, teams need to have it. Patty McManus explains why.

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