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.

Lessons from the Missing Hotel Room

A major hotel mishap in Atlanta for me, equals a major leadership lesson for you. Check it out below! Tweet it out: Customer satisfaction can be increased with great service recovery. @KevinEikenberry From This Episode: Learn more about and sign up for our free video leadership program, 13 Days to Remarkable Leadership, here. The post […]

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Convincing Senior Management That Change Is Needed

In a request for questions that I made on an episode of Remarkable TV, Frank asked me, “What are the best ways for middle managers and human resources to convince upper managers/ owners (if a smaller business) of needed change?” It is a great question, but more than I wanted to tackle in a short […]

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Before You Forget, Stop and Do This Immediately

Have you ever met a truly humble person– someone who’s entire life is a sacrificial commitment to a cause they deeply believe in? As I spoke with Sister Louise in Thailand about her 50-year commitment to helping women and children out of extreme poverty and danger, I was blown away by her selfless mission. Although she’s […]

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Performance Management Doesn’t Have to Suck!

If your organization’s performance management processes are working great, you can save some time and skip this post. But if you are like most organizations, leaders, and individuals you have at least some pain or frustration with this process (and maybe a whole lot, you are still reading.) Good – stay with me. There are […]

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Dear Natalie: Should I Launch if it Isn’t Perfect?

Gather ‘round the couch, awesome She Takes on the World readers! I’m back for yet another episode of Dear Natalie, where you submit all the questions you’ve been dying to ask me, about business, habits, life, money, and everything in between — and I answer, right here from my home in L.A. Today, we’re talking […]

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Leadership and Entrepreneurship with Rhett Power

The Entrepreneur’s Book of Actions breaks down actions leaders/entrepreneurs can take to make small daily changes for a big impact. Rhett Power, award-winning entrepreneur (Wild Creations), consultant, speaker and author joins Kevin to talk about his book and his leadership journey. He shares insights on working without capital and how to persevere through the not […]

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Leadership Tips from Mankind’s Best Friend, the Dog

Guest post from Dr. Garry McDaniel: For over three decades, the Gallup organization has been conducting surveys to illuminate the role leader’s play in creating a workforce of engaged employees to organizational leadership. While this is admirable, it is even more impressive to note that for over fifteen thousand years, dogs have been humankind’s constant […]

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The Allen Wrench Saga

Today’s leadership lesson comes from a recent delivery of eight chairs to my house – that’s right, there are even leadership lessons in furniture and allen wrenches. Check it out in the video below. Tweet it out: When doing a task, sometimes the best thing you can do is stop and ask: Is this the […]

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