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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.

When Employees Quit, Take a Good Look in the Mirror

Guest post from Jeff Hyman: It’s hard to say goodbye. But understanding why people leave your company is a crucial part of developing a best-in-class workforce. Regardless of whether the individual is an underperformer or a Rockstar, departures frequently point to broader organizational issues that need to be addressed. Managers often react emotionally when an […]

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Leading the way to Sustainable Negotiation

Guest post by Dr. Eliane Karsaklian A sustainable negotiator is a leader. S/He is fueled with challenges and novelty because they are curious and restless. Real leaders believe that change should be disruptive rather than incremental. Sustainable negotiation disrupts from all old negotiating techniques that have been ruling negotiation teaching and practice since the 1980s. […]

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25 Ways You Can Edit Your Leadership Like a Novelist

Recently, I picked up a novel that I completed in 2016 and decided to do another round of edits. I never published it not only because I’m afraid that it’s awful, but also because the marketplace is already crowded with average self-published books. If I want my novel to stand out from the pack, it […]

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Lessons Learned From An Awkward Date

Dating has taught me so many lessons, one of the most important being to share and communicate authentically and fully. I love all my dimensions, and the right partner will love all my dimensions too. Last week I went on a date that derailed. There was a moment or two I wished a door would appear […]

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What an awkward date taught me about love

About a week ago, I went on a date that completely derailed. It was awkward, messy, and all around bad. There was even a moment or two I wished a door would appear out of nowhere just so I could run away. And yet? I’m glad it happened. Because it reminded me: This is all […]

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Vulnerability Creates Connection. Time to Let Down Your Guard?

Most people have a flawed assumption that their challenges at work and home are so unique that no one else could ever understand. Sure, maybe they’d sympathize but empathize? No way. As a result, they push down their worries, fears, concerns, hopes, dreams, and insights as if it’s their secret burden to bear. Sound familiar? […]

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Motivate Your Team – Avoid This Mistake

Early in my career, I made a critical mistake that’s very common, even when you’re a leader who cares and wants to motivate your team. I discovered my mistake when Joanne handed me an envelope. Inside was a single page. I unfolded the paper with its neat creases and found a letter, typed in three […]

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