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Winsight Episode 31: #1 Trait for Leaders


What do you think is the most important trait for great leaders? Charisma, honesty, a strong will? Actually it’s self-awareness. From the outset that doesn’t sound vital, but leaders are not cut from the same cloth so what makes them different is what makes them great. 81 more words

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"E" is for "Experiential"

We are sense-making beings.  When something happens in our lives we construct a story or a narrative that helps us to make sense of what happened. 296 more words


How to Expand Leadership with Gratitude

Leadership implodes on itself apart from gratitude.

Richness of life is contingent on gratitude.

Behavior not feeling:

Think of gratitude as a behavior not a feeling.

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Leadership Development

Identifying and developing future leaders

In his book ‘Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap…And Others Don’t’, Jim Collins talks about the pain-staking research conducted by him and his team, wherein they examined the performance of 1,435 companies over a 40 year period and identified the key characteristics that set 11 of these companies on a growth trajectory that took them from ‘good to great’. 706 more words

High Potential Identification

Years Ago I Wouldn't Have Admitted this Out Loud ...

Authentic Leadership and an Aligned Strategy Does NOT Guarantee a Win!  

Aligned thinking and action, a superb driver and team, a sound executed strategy and then out of no where, you lose a championship!  557 more words


If you want to be a leader be a reader

If I look back in my life and wish if one thing can be different in my school. I wish that somebody should have taught me the importance of reading books. 453 more words

Great CEOs

Chef – What is YOUR communication secret?

By Martin Probst, Learning & Development Whiz at Leading Chef Academy

Have you been wondering why you can talk easily with some people, and others you struggle to connect with? 564 more words