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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.

Why Your Team Won’t Collaborate (and What To Do About It)

“I’m sick of this crap! Why can’t they just figure this out?” Scott was CEO of an engineering firm that produced communications hardware and software for industries around the globe. He had worked hard with his board and senior leadership team to settle on their strategic M.I.T. for the next 18 months. They needed to […]

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Making the Hard Choice Between Pain and Persistence

Alone on the enormous beach, it was as if we had discovered a secret paradise. The crystal clear water barely had a ripple, the sun was hot with the perfect cool breeze, and we took a collective deep breath as we looked out on the deep blue expanse in front of us.  “Come on! Let’s go!” […]

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5 Ways Leaders Can Focus When Everything Is Important

“Mark, What’s your M.I.T.?” Mark pushed back from his desk. “That’s a great question. I’ve so much flying at me…” He sighed. “I don’t have a clue.” Mark’s calendar might look familiar: wall-to-wall meetings, often with two or three appointments competing for the same window of time. Management means an unending stream of information, problems […]

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New Year’s Leadership Development Goals 2018 Edition

The beginning of a new year. A fresh start! For many leaders, it’s a time to reflect on accomplishments for the past year and establish goals for the upcoming New Year.  It’s also a good time to set leadership development goals, either as part of a formal development planning process, or just because it’s a […]

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What Good Is Vulnerability?

Guest post by Constance Dierickx: What I am about to say will annoy—no, inflame—some. Some people repeat words or phrases as though the ability to pronounce a word is equivalent to understanding what it means or why it is important. Vulnerability is too important to be reduced to mere utterance and prescribed like baby aspirin. […]

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New Year, New You? Not Exactly.

Every time the new year swings around, most of us load up on resolutions and promises designed to ensure that this year will be different than the last. We’ll be healthier, happier and more successful than ever. Boo on last year bring on the new year, new you! Freeze. Before you go leaping into the […]

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Now Is the Perfect Time to Break Down Your Boxes

This week I’m doing what most people dread – moving. It’s not that making a move is bad; it’s exciting. The crappy parts are packing up your current house, sorting through the years worth of things that should have been tossed long ago, and creating a sense of normalcy in your new space.   We’ve been […]

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