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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.

What To Do When The Customer is Wrong

The only problem with the concept, “The customer is always right,” is that sometimes they’re wrong. If you’ve been in any kind of customer-facing position, I know you’re with me. Sure, there are many, many circumstances where the only choice is to bite your tongue and concede, for the good of the customer experience. But […]

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Remarkable TV: Can I Change Company Culture?

It’s the role of Senior Management… I have no idea where to start… I don’t even know where to begin… There are a lot of reasons that leaders don’t or won’t change company culture. But the reality is, ANYONE can change company culture and below I’ll give you five easy steps that you can take […]

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How Leaders can Ignite Innovation

An executive at a company I work with recently told me: “We have very creative employees who want to be innovative but find many obstacles created by the cultural opposition to it. We have to find a way to hold a mirror up to leaders so they can recognize the issue and then give them […]

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The Power of a Safety Net

Over the years we have worked frequently with Cirque du Soleil, and I’ve learned much while working with them. Perhaps the biggest thing I’ve learned didn’t happen in a workshop or a meeting. It came to me as I watched one of the shows. And now, every time I watch another show (or watch a […]

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When to Break the Rules

I’m sitting next to Rick, a retired railroad engineer, on a delayed Southwest flight from Tampa to Baltimore. It’s been a LONG week of serial cancelled flights, and other travel frustrations. I’m wearing the same suit I wore in Detroit on Tuesday because I never did make it home between gigs. Rick doesn’t seem to notice […]

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Defining Corporate Culture–Why Is It Critical?

Guest post from Rick Tiemann: You can’t just take it for granted and assume that having a business plan in place is all it takes in order to develop your leadership program. You also can’t take for granted that having a leadership development program in place will enhance the quality of the leaders within your […]

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Change Your Attitude

Anyone will tell you that attitude can make up for other things that may be lacking when it comes to success.  Carol Dweck’s most recent research shows that attitude is a more effective predictor of success than IQ.  However, what makes a difference is not whether you are Mary Sunshine, alway arriving with a smile and a […]

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