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Make Great Leadership Decisions: Organizational Thinking

Make Great Leadership Decisions: Organizational Thinking

What can smart leaders do to avoid making decision errors that lead to business and career bloopers? You can start by reading Decisive by Chip and Dan Heath as well as Thinking Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman.  Working with an executive coach can raise your level of...

Make Great Leadership Decisions: Fast and Slow Thinking

Make Great Leadership Decisions: Fast and Slow Thinking

If you haven’t read this great book on decision making, I suggest you do! Nobel Prize laureate Daniel Kahneman writes in Thinking, Fast and Slow, “My intuitive thinking is just as prone to overconfidence, extreme predictions, and the planning fallacy as it was before...

Make Great Leadership Decisions: Be Decisive

Make Great Leadership Decisions: Be Decisive

Be Decisive: How to Avoid Faulty Thinking I’m curious about business decision processes and I’ve been thinking about how even smart leaders can make the wrong choices. For one thing, I’ve been reading Chip and Dan Heath’s new book “Decisive: How to Make Better Choices...

Make Great Leadership Decisions

Make Great Leadership Decisions

As a leader, your career depends on making the right decisions - from what you say, to what you do, to how you delegate and spend resources.  “The normal state of your mind is that you have intuitive feelings and opinions about almost everything that comes your...

Great Leaders Manage Perceptions: Making Use of Filters

Great Leaders Manage Perceptions: Making Use of Filters

Leaders Manage Perceptions Through Filters  No matter how clear you think you are as a leader, people don't always perceive you the way you intend to be perceived. Great leaders learn to manage perceptions. There are three filters that the audience uses when listening...

Great Leaders Manage Perceptions: The Trust Filter

Great Leaders Manage Perceptions: The Trust Filter

Leadership Communication and the Trust Filter  No matter how clear you think you are as a leader, people don't always perceive you the way you intend to be perceived. Great leaders learn to manage perceptions.  We view others through three lenses or filters:  Trust...

Great Leaders Manage Perceptions: Managing Biases

Great Leaders Manage Perceptions: Managing Biases

Leaders Manage Perception Biases  How well are you managing perceptions of you as a leader? How do you come across to other people? Is what you say the same as what people hear? No matter how clear you think you are as a leader, people don't always perceive you the...

Great Leaders Manage Perceptions: Leadership Communication

Great Leaders Manage Perceptions: Leadership Communication

“Statistically speaking, there are only weak correlations between how others see us and how we believe we are seen,” notes social psychologist Heidi Grant Halvorson in No One Understands You and What to Do About It.  Without even realizing it, when we communicate as...

Great Leaders Manage Perceptions

Great Leaders Manage Perceptions

How Great Leaders Manage Perceptions  As a leader, how adept are you at communicating your true intentions and managing perceptions? Even at the highest levels of government and business, leaders struggle to communicate their intentions. Most of us have some...

Purpose Driven Leadership: The Bridge to What Matters

Purpose Driven Leadership: The Bridge to What Matters

Many persons have a wrong idea about what constitutes true happiness.  It is not attained through self-gratification but through fidelity to a worthy purpose. ~ Helen Keller   Great leaders like Martin Luther King Jr. and Walt Disney always communicated their...

Purpose Driven Leadership: How to Inspire

Purpose Driven Leadership: How to Inspire

When a mission statement is well written, it serves as a declaration of purpose. But corporate mission statements are often little more than a descriptive sentence about products, aspirations, or desired public perceptions. They’re more powerful when they clearly and...

Purpose Driven Leadership: Finding a Business Purpose

Purpose Driven Leadership: Finding a Business Purpose

In last week’s blog post we explored the importance of energy and creative flow within the workplace. These things stem from employees having a clear sense of purpose while at work, and is a chief criterion for “flow” - the energy state that occurs when one’s mind,...

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