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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.

Remarkable TV: Why and When I Watch Too Much TV

Today I’m talking about habits, conscious choices and even my television viewing tendencies. And yes, there are leadership lessons in all of this. Check it out in the Remarkable TV episode below. [embedded content] Tweet it out:Make your TV viewing a conscious choice, rather than a subconscious one; and you will watch less and enjoy […]

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What it Really Takes to Succeed is More than Hustle

Ever wonder why someone in your industry is incredibly successful and it feels like you’re practically standing still? It’s an awful feeling – a mix of jealousy, powerlessness, futility (I’m sure you could add a few more to the list). They have what you want and you’re spinning your wheels trying to get it. Looking […]

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5 Secrets To Effective Decision Making

“Laura,” a senior exec working to build leadership throughout her team, looked up from her salad and confided. “Karin, the truth is I have so many things going on in any given day, I may not remember the exact decision I made if it was a trivial matter, and I may not even remember exactly […]

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The Missing Dab

Well, I’m sure you’ve seen it by now. I’m talking, of course, about Carolina Panthers QB, Cam Newton’s post-game press conference. It was the perfect example of an inexperienced leader. It’s all fun and games while he’s winning, but talk about a 180 when he loses. Keep in mind that Newton was drafted just five years […]

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Servant Leadership Revisited

Guest post from William Dann: The concept of servant leadership was introduced by Ancient Chinese philosophers such as Lao-Tzu, then found in the Christian teachings of Mark. It was popularized in modern management writings by Robert Greenleaf in a 1970 essay.  To me it is more of a value system. Servant leaders value the needs […]

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The Serving Leader

The newly updated edition of The Serving Leader: Five Powerful Actions to Transform Your Team, Business, and Community, by Kenneth R. Jennings and John Stahl-Wert is one for your bookshelf.  Better yet, keep it on your desk.  It’s a small (154 pages) read with a big message. The authors take you through their leadership model […]

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