Category: Featured Books & Authors

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Tapping the Millennial Leadership Well

Tapping the Millennial Leadership Well

Our ability to attract, train, manage, and retain the next generation of leaders is critical to the future success of our businesses. But how do we bridge the generation gap to truly understand and maximize those in younger generations -- specifically, the millennials? Dan Negroni, author of the new Chasing Relevance, offers four actionable ideas to bust through [...]

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Are You a Collaborative Leader?

Are You A Collaborative Leader?

According to the authors of the new book Collaboration Begins With You, if collaboration is going to succeed it must begin with you. This thought-provoking post from Ken Blanchard, Jane Ripley, and Eunice Parisi-Carew challenges us to consider whether our own style of leadership is truly collaborative, and how that affects those we lead. When people [...]

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Living A Life Of Significance

Living a Life of Significance – an interview with John C. Maxwell

As a founding member of the John Maxwell Team, I have had the privilege of experiencing John's wisdom and presence first-hand. It is my privilege to share an interview with him about his new book, Intentional Living. This is a book I’ve wanted to write for over two years. And it’s taken me 2½ years to [...]

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How Should Women Lead?

How Should Women Lead?

Karen and Henry Kimsey-House, authors of the new Co-Active Leadership, define "leaders" as "those who are responsible for their world." Which of course we all are - or should be - so that everyone is a leader. In today's post, Karen defines what this means for women in particular. In Lean In, Sheryl Sandberg tells us to embrace [...]

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Tap Into Your Strengths

Tap Into Your Strengths

I am happy to introduce you to Jennifer Kahnweiler, author of the new book Genius of Opposites. Jennifer is passionate about helping introverts find their leadership voice by embracing their natural traits, rather than forcing themselves to act like their more outgoing counterparts. Her words today are helpful for introverts and extroverts alike. In February, I took part [...]

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