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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.

8 CEO Actions to Ensure Chief Customer Officer Success

Guest post from Jeanne Bliss:   More than ever, customer experience is a priority for CEOs in nearly every industry. With the ability to spur customer-driven growth and business transformation, Chief Customer Officers (CCOs) have become embraced as the go-to role for customer experience. However, senior executives should know before they decide on a CCO, […]

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What does FREEDOM mean to You?

This week the USA celebrates Independence Day! As a U.S. Citizen, I grew up being very proud of: My country – where people came to pursue life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. My family – who left everything behind in their countries of origin because of oppression and poverty and came to the U.S. […]

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Letting Go And Decluttering: A How-To Guide

It’s a wrap! I’m sitting here basking in gratitude for the amazing week I just had shooting my next big project, and my heart is full of thanks to all our Conquer Club mentors and my clients who filmed with me. I’m really missing the excitement of last week even though it’s time to rest […]

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What To Do When You’re Really Stuck

I received this email from subscriber (modified enough for anonymity). Let’s call him Guy. Would you be up to offer a little free advice to beat down manager? I have been in some type of leadership position for over a decade now. Two years ago I took over as manager of the noted, “ really tough crowd” in […]

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Remarkable TV: The Doing More with Less Syndrome

This “syndrome” is the new reality, and as leaders, we need to find a way to overcome it. Here are three ways to help you do this. RTV 75 – the Doing More with Less Syndrome Click here for just the audio of this episode. Learn more about our Remarkable Leadership Workshop click here. One […]

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The Marathon Effect of Leading Change

When senior managers announce a significant change, their goal is to get employees on board in the hope that they will embrace and support the change. When employees react with confusion, fear, uncertainty, or question the change, managers mistakenly see this behavior as “resisting change”.  They forget that they went through the exact same process. […]

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Ten Questions to Ask After Setting Your Goals

Lots of people set goals. Far fewer achieve them. There are lots of reasons that happens, not the least of which is that people treat the goal setting process as an achievement; which it isn’t really. We don’t set goals as the outcome. We set goals to get goals. (Tweet That) Yes, setting them is […]

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