6 Powerful Behaviors to Facilitate Positive Change

Change comes about as a result of accepting what is, rather than a striving to be different (Beisser 1970). This was the key idea I presented in the Pulse article, “3 Powerful Steps to Embrace the Change Paradox“. For any team leader or manager wishing to facilitate positive change in an individual, team, group or organization,…

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7 Leadership Behaviors for Rock-Solid Commitment

If you like movies and you’re in a position of leadership, this movie is for you. Monsieur Gustav H. builds rock-solid commitment in everyone he touches at The Grand Budapest Hotel – one of the best films of 2014! Here are 7 timeless lessons (with behavior and result) that we can learn from this fictive, but…

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How to Motivate People the Easy Way

“The key to getting your employees to give high performance is to understand what motivates them.” – Chris Roebuck 3 SIMPLE FACTS. Is this Mr. Roebuck’s opinion or is it the truth? Well, let’s look at 3 simple facts on motivation and decide for ourselves… There’s a strong and clear link between motivation and performance…

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3 Ways To Connect So You Can Lead With Their Genuine Trust

Common sense dictates that the more your direct reports and teammates see you as a real person, the more engaged they’ll be to follow you. And yet, a common mistake that new managers and team leaders make is to use a classic command and control leadership style (FYI: image = heartless machine). More than ever,…

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