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.

4 Posts That Changed Everything for Me

To me, the most wonderful thing about new beginnings is that they’re a chance to look forward to where I’m going, and back at where I’ve been. You might’ve noticed — especially with The Reflection Series we wrapped a couple of weeks ago, and in the “What’s still true for you?” segment of my recent […]

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What’s the Secret to Becoming a Great Leader?

Guest post from Kene Erike: That is not a question reserved for the gated playgrounds of MBA students or empty suits struggling to justify big paychecks. The concept of “Leadership” is a fixture in our daily lives that dictates the experiences we share with others. Let’s start by defining terms…. Leadership: The ability to encourage others […]

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Communicate Like a Leader with Dianna Booher

What are you working on? This is a question leaders and potential leaders are asked all the time. Simple enough and your answer needs to show connection. Today Kevin is joined by Dianna Booher. Dianna is the author of 47 books and Founder of Booher Consultants, a communication training firm, and then more recently founder […]

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How to Prevent Redundant Performance Improvement Conversations

Guest Post from Karin Hurt: Performance improvement conversations aren’t enjoyable – for you or for them. To make sure you don’t have to have the same uncomfortable conversation twice, take a hard look at your approach. The most effective performance improvement conversations are built using four components: Clarity, Conflicts, Confidence, and Conviction. Ask yourself, as […]

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Leadership Lesson: How to Avoid the Perils of Commiserating

Things at work were stressful, to put it mildly. Stupid policy changes were getting in the way of doing great work. No matter where you turned, people were talking about the new policy and not saying nice things. The CEO put out clever messaging via the standard channels, but people weren’t buying what he was […]

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