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.

The System is the Secret

By James Karl Butler Leaders and business owners are always looking for an edge, a tool to help them get better (and more consistently better) results. This book points the way very specifically to one of those secrets. It isn’t new and it isn’t sexy, but that secret is systems. In this book the author, […]

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Experts Chime in on Bold and Innovative Leadership: A Frontline Festival

Welcome back to the Let’s Grow Leaders Frontline Festival. Our September Festival is all about Bold and Innovative Leadership. Thanks to Joy and Tom Guthrie of Vixwerx for the great pic and to all our contributors! Self Leadership   “Freedom lies in being bold.” – Robert Frost No one has the words “Bold” or “Innovative” printed on their […]

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The Cost of Distrust

More and more often I find that  a centerpiece of leadership training we design for Clients has trust – understanding it and understanding how to build it – as an important component.  In thinking about trust this week I was reminded of a great quotation from Ralph Waldo Emerson:  “Our distrust is very expensive.” I love […]

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Boost Your Self Confidence In Just 5 Minutes A Day

Today we begin a very special, three-part series on self confidence, sponsored by Invisalign® clear aligners, and I think it’s the perfect way to kick off being on my brand-new, gorgeous set. I hope you like it! Have you ever started your day on the wrong side of the bed? You know those days when […]

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7 Ways to Help Your Team Deal with Ambiguity

Dealing with ambiguity is a competency quickly pushing its way up on the list of most wanted executive competencies, while simultaneously working its way down as a vital survival skill down the organization chart. Acting with incomplete information, adapting to change, working without complete direction, imagining what’s possible in an uncertain future–these are skills no longer […]

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Remarkable TV: What Coaches Can Learn from a Fitbit

Everywhere I look, I see leadership and coaching lessons. Even my latest technology gadget – the Fitbit! As a coach are you helping people set goals and find valuable and easy ways to track progress? @KevinEikenberry (Click to Tweet) You can learn more about the Remarkable Coaching workshops here. If you have a question that […]

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Learn to Speak Finance and Accounting!

Managers need to be able to hold their own with the Bean Counters. over at About.com Management and Leadership for a handy cheat sheet for some of the most commonly used finance and accounting lingo. You could also tell a couple of accountant jokes, but that’s only going to get you so far and may […]

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I Don’t Journal, I Do This Instead

There are tons of fans of journaling out there and you may be one of them.  I’ve tried, don’t get me wrong, but I just can’t get into it.  We’re supposed to journal, right? Ask most personal development gurus and journaling is touted as a way to tap into your hopes, fears and dreams and […]

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