Posts Tagged ‘ The Leadershift Gift ’

Leadership Skills: Report Problems Only to Potential Problem Solvers
Leadership Gift Problem Solving Rule #1: When you discover a problem, report it first to the person who can do something about it. At first glance, this seems like purely obvious advice. But just think how much time and energy every one of us spends talking about -- and listening to -- complaints about problems that we can't possibly solve!...

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Posted on 10/01/2012 01:00 am | 1 Comment
 
Leadership Skills: Why You Need to Appreciate Conflict
Years ago, I got to spend a day with prolific leadership writer, Professor Warren Bennis, who is also a The Leadership Gift™ master. The occasion was a week-long learning session about group genius. At one point, conflict arose among the 50+ participants concerning (more…)

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Posted on 08/16/2012 01:38 pm | No Comments
 
Guest Post: Leadership Tools Are Dramatically Improved By Applying The Leadership Gift
Guest post by Jürgen De Smet As a passionate practitioner of The  Leadership Gift  at work, I’m constantly on stage -- and I never take enough time to practice! For that reason we used our Co-Learning Leadership Retreat to extend our understanding of The Responsibility Process as it relates to other leadership techniques and practices. We emphasized (more…)

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Posted on 07/30/2012 06:58 am | 2 Comments
 
Leadership Skills: Master Your Intentions
In U.S. culture, when we claim to "intend" something, we're usually making a conscious pledge -- such as a stated goal. However, "intentionality" is always both conscious and unconscious, and the majority of our behavior is actually controlled unconsciously. If you doubt this, just recall the last time you consciously sent blood to your gastro-intestinal system to grab some sugar...

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Posted on 07/16/2012 01:55 am | 1 Comment
 
Leadership: Use the Forces of Integration and Expansion to Find Your Purpose
Last week we explored one way people with Leadership Gift skills can apply a heightened appreciation for productive relationships to advance their purpose in life (and at work). Two additional competencies wielded by those who live "on purpose" include their abilities to (more…)

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Posted on 07/04/2012 01:14 am | No Comments
 
Leadership Skills for Living and Working “On” Purpose
The Leadership Gift is much more than a set of techniques. It's a way of being that extends way past the task of getting smart people to work together. People who apply the Leadership Gift have developed a heightened appreciation for productive relationships as a means for advancing their own purpose in life (and at work). Many wise teachers throughout...

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Posted on 06/29/2012 01:21 am | 1 Comment
 
FAQs on Teams and Leadership – Part 5
I have been researching and applying responsible leadership, teamwork, and change for 26 years all over the world, and I often get asked the same questions. This is the fifth post of a 5-part series in which I address the most basic, and the more involved, questions I'm frequently asked about teams, teamwork, and leadership. In my first, second, third,...

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Posted on 06/25/2012 01:50 am | No Comments
 
FAQs on Teams and Leadership – Part 4
I have been researching and applying responsible leadership, teamwork, and change for 26 years all over the world, and I often get asked the same questions. This is the forth post of a 5-part series in which I address the most basic, and the more involved, questions I'm frequently asked about teams, teamwork, and leadership. In my first, second, and...

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Posted on 06/22/2012 06:45 am | 3 Comments
 
FAQs on Teams and Leadership – Part 3
I have been researching and applying responsible leadership, teamwork, and change for 26 years all over the world, and I often get asked the same questions. This is the third post of a 5-part series in which I address the most basic, and the more involved, questions that I'm frequently asked about teams, teamwork, and leadership. In my first and...

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Posted on 06/20/2012 05:30 am | 2 Comments
 
FAQs on Teams and Leadership – Part 2
I have been researching and applying responsible leadership, teamwork, and change for 26 years all over the world, and I often get asked the same questions. This is the second post of a 5-part series in which I address the most basic, and the more involved, questions that I'm frequently asked about teams, teamwork, and leadership. In my first post,...

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Posted on 06/18/2012 02:50 pm | 3 Comments
 
 
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