Leadership #EduBlogsClub

This post is a product of the 30 Days of Blogging Challenge and post 3 in a series of posts for EduBlogs Club. Leadership Authority Your Principal. Some […]

ALA Midwinter Meeting 2017: The Transformative, Action-Oriented Conversations Continue Here

“The conversation starts here…” is a long-standing tagline for American Library Association conferences such as the one beginning this week here in Atlanta. But I […]

The two types of bad boss

We’ve all experienced a bad boss, and indeed, various studies suggest that a bad boss is the main reason why we leave our job.  A […]

How important is nationality to management style?

The work on culture by Geert Hofstede is something that I’ve covered a few times on this blog over the years.  He proposed various dimensions […]

The Critical Problem Revenue Doesn’t Solve

When Robert first said it, I didn’t think much of it. But then he said it again, “Revenue Solves All Organizational Problems.” I couldn’t bear […]

The Goldilocks Syndrome: And Other Signs Your eLearning Content Might Have Gaps

We’ve all heard the story of Goldilocks before: Girl finds a house; girl tests out furniture; girl eats food; gets found by bears; gets scared and […]

How will leadership change in the cognitive era? [Cancialosi]

How will leadership change in the cognitive era? — from forbes.com by Chris Cancialosi Excerpt: Technological innovation is continuing to accelerate on a hockey stick […]

5 Reasons Your Learning Should Reflect a University

Just when you thought your university days were long behind you, some organizations are learning that the co-ed life is the way to go for training […]

Leadership development training: How to deliver real results

Everyone needs help sometimes, even the most talented leaders. This is especially true when it comes to leading organisational change. Creating a transformation in culture […]

CEO power and how companies respond to a crisis

In a period of tremendous change, as typified by what is increasingly called the 4th Industrial Revolution, you could argue that organizations exist in a […]

The Qualities of Leaders I Can’t Get Enough Of

When I first started the Follow My Lead Podcast, I didn’t think much about the personal education that would come from interviewing leaders on a […]

3 Excellent Ways to Be a More Humble Leader

Humility has been a leadership secret since the beginning of human life, yet it’s rarely talked about.  It’s just easier to talk about popular characteristics […]

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