Welcome to BlogNotions' Leadership Blog

The BlogNotions Leadership Blog delivers a diverse series of perspectives provided by thought leaders in the Leadership industry. Presented by NetLine, this forum delivers compelling advice, knowledge and strategies. As well as the best practices and resources for management and individuals who want to grow as leaders and much more. Here you can find helpful information, ask questions, and collaborate freely.

Change and Keeping the End in Mind

Trying to promote change and innovation? Keep the end in mind with a robust, vivid, compelling vision that you keep front and center. It can unleash innovation and be a touchstone, barometer and guide for what and how things get done. When you have a robust vision of the future, it opens up possibilities. Rather […]

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Remarkable TV: The Complaining Trap

It’s nearly impossible to get through life without having a complaint or two (or three…) about something! But as leaders, it’s really important to understand how complaining is a trap and how we can avoid this for ourselves and our team to realize greater success overall. Here’s what I mean… Tweet it out: Complaining is […]

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Consultants: 5 Reasons You’re Losing Potential Clients

When our leadership team was brought in to “save” a failing division, we knew it would be tough. Unfortunately, like it so often happens in the recruiting process, we were sold a situation that was more wishful thinking than reality. Charged with implementing a new innovation center, I had financial resources, but not a team, […]

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Winning Well on CBS Baltimore with Gigi Barnett

Today I’m delighted to share my Winning Well interview with Gigi Barnett on CBS Baltimore. Thanks for all you are doing to help spread the Winning Well word. Excited to see so many teams using it for their Spring Book groups. Would love to hear your insights and application. If you’re enjoying Winning Well, we […]

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A Two-Word Question That Can Change Your Life

It is a bold claim; that a two-word question can change your life. Bold, and true. This two-word question is helpful in nearly every life situation, and I will give you some examples in a second. The question doesn’t create the change, but is the impetus for the change – because without the question, we […]

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Learn to Win Well with Intelligence, Integrity and Fun!

Have you ever worked for someone that could drive a number but didn’t care what it took to make that happen? Lying Bullying Dividing People, processes and rules were not important. Winning AT ALL COSTS was. Many managers become hell-bent on winning no matter what it takes, and they treat their people like objects-in short, […]

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The Virtue of Humility

Guest post by Ron Wallace: When you envision the best boss you ever worked for, what character trait comes to mind? Determination? Integrity? Maybe optimism? What about humility? Contrary to popular opinion, humility is not a sign of weakness — it is discipline and strength personified. In my more than 40 years of working at […]

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5 Ways Assumptions Impact Real Problem Solving

I’ve been working with a group of pre and early teens and we’ve been talking about perceptions and reality. In our last meeting, I asked if they have ever greeted someone and not been greeted in return. Emphatically – yes! So I broke them up into small groups and asked them to come up with […]

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