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.

Ambidextrous Innovation:

How Can Leaders’ Best Explore and Exploit both Disruptive and Incremental Approaches to Innovation? Guest post from Gaia Grant and Andrew Grant: Most of us love to watch a race. We like to observe the highs and lows of others as they experience a hard-fought competition. It’s exciting to tap into the innate competitive drive. […]

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How to care for your energy when things get busy

Glad to see you again! It’s time for episode 3 of Superhuman Entrepreneur, where I sit down with my personal team of doctors to give you the best tips for staying energized, sane, and healthy as you run your business (even when things get crazy). If you haven’t watched the earlier episodes yet, be sure […]

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The Problem with Familiarity

It might sound strange to say that there is a problem with familiarity – after all, establishing this helps us to work better together as a team, communicate better and have fewer conflicts. And yet…in the video below, I’m discussing how we have to be aware of familiarity and the pitfalls that we can fall […]

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Stop This Terrible Habit You Don’t Even Know You Have

How do I know you have it? Because I have it too. Most high-performers do. It’s a sneaky little bugger, because on the surface it really feels like you’re doing the right thing. And on most levels you are. It’s a Winning Well core competency taken to extremes. But if you go too far, the […]

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A Leadership Kick in the A**

Do leaders sometimes need a kick in the ass? You bet they do . . . even if they don’t think so. I’m referring to the new book, A Leadership Kick in the Ass, by Bill Treasurer. It’s been awhile since my last post but a perfect time to start up again. I’ve been waiting […]

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7 Ways to Be the Employee You Want to Have

Anytime I am with leaders (which is most days), I will get asked some version of this question: “How do I get my team members (or a specific team member) to do x?” It is framed as a question about coaching, and is either asked from a genuinely curious perspective or from a semi-sarcastic, resigned-to-defeat […]

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A Leadership Kick in the Ass

By Bill Treasurer Maybe you don’t love the title of the book. (For the record, the author got agreement from his mother to use the A-word. She said, “Let’s be honest, Bill, ass isn’t really much of a swear word.”) Whether you love his word choice, or not, it is hard to argue that most […]

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Values Alignment for First Respoinders and More

Guest post from S. Chris Edmonds: I am thankful for many things–only one of which is our first responders. Law enforcement and fire personnel lay their lives on the line every day. Their jobs are immensely stressful and demanding, and 99% of them serve with grace, skill and speed. Skill alone doesn’t make a firefighter […]

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The Outward Mindset with Jim Ferrell

For over 30 years, Arbinger has dedicated themselves to researching and exploring the power of mindset and understanding human motivation. In this episode, Jim Ferrell explains the difference between inward and outward mindset and shares some of their research on how the mindset we choose can ultimately determine our success as leaders. He’ll share resources […]

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