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The New Rules of the Social Age

The New Rules of the Social Age

Guest Post by Ted Coiné, Co-author A World Gone Social What used to seem very good leadership practices in the Industrial Age was good, or at least efficient. But the Industrial Age is over. And it’s not coming back. It’s the Social Age now, and it will be for quite...

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Organizational Change Can Start Wherever You Are

Organizational Change Can Start Wherever You Are

Do you wish senior leaders would make some changes in your organization? Instead of waiting and wishing for someone from above to provide leadership, you can make a significant impact no matter what your role is. According to Steven Covey said, "Most people think of...

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Make Your Next Meeting as Engaging as a Video Game

Make Your Next Meeting as Engaging as a Video Game

Guest Post by Dick Axelrod Are meetings in your organization places where productivity goes to die? If you answered yes, you are not alone. There are 11 million meetings a day in the U.S. alone. Half are ineffective. The problem with most meetings is that meeting...

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My Leadership Lessons as Executive Director

My Leadership Lessons as Executive Director

Today begins my last week as executive director of the Berrett-Koehler Foundation. This is the second time I’ve done this with an organization—served as executive director during the startup phase—and I’ve learned many lessons along the way. My involvement began two...

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What I Learned about Vision Casting

What I Learned about Vision Casting

Guest Post by Dan Rockwell @LeadershipFreak (Jedi Master of leadership lessons in less than 300 words) I thought vision casting was about me. Jesse Lyn Stoner taught me that vision is about us. I used to craft the vision and spring it on my team. I’d declare, “Here’s...

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