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.

How to Avoid Overachiever Burnout

One of the things I’m most proud of as an entrepreneur is my ability to really go hard after, and achieve, my goals. But (surprise surprise) that’s a mixed blessing. It turns out my ability to push myself at high levels can result in some serious repercussions for my health! Can you relate? For example, […]

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Delivering Innovative Service with Chip Bell

“I love to see people impacted by a great experience”, says Chip Bell, a renowned keynote speaker and the author of several best-selling books. In this episode, Kevin and Chip discuss some differences between customer service and innovative service. Further, how you can move from just value added to value unique and create a story […]

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The Leader as a Middleman

As a leader, you are very likely also a middleman – and this is a term that doesn’t often get a lot of respect. But in today’s episode, I am talking about the very valuable role of the middleman and how we as leaders can fulfill this position and realize more success for ourselves and […]

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Is coaching yourself possible?

This weekend, we spent time with my sister and her family.  Several years ago they adopted a three-year-old little boy. Jason was born with a genetic condition and under the influence of the drugs and alcohol that his birth mother used during her pregnancy.  Collectively, all of those things impact his cognitive abilities. Jason is […]

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Getting Unstuck When Big Dreams and Personal Risk Collide

Going big is freaking scary and takes a lot of work too. You may fall hard and painfully, you may fail spectacularly, or you may just fizzle out; none of which is very appealing. For 99% of the population, the risk associated with change is a favorite excuse to stay stuck right where they are. Big […]

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Why All Decisions Aren’t Created Equal

Decision making is a perennial topic for leadership and employee training around the world. It is one of those skills that we all use every day, yet we know it is sometimes hard, and we could probably be better at it. There are many tools and techniques that can be employed to help make decisions, […]

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Changing Employee Behavior

If you have been a leader for more than a week, you’ve asked yourself questions like . . . “Why won’t they __________?” “Why did they do it THAT way? “What are they thinking? “Can’t they just _____________?” In every case, you would like them to change their behavior. I know this all to be […]

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Leadership Development and the Role of Millennials

Guest post from Philipe Bruce: More than 50% of businesses claim that they do not have the resources or time to train their employees to be leaders. As such none of those business owners and leaders have the resources they need to sustain their enterprises. How serious is this? According to the same study, expenditures […]

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