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.

The 5 Rights All Humans Have—Are You Honoring Them At Work?

Guest post from Christine Comaford: Tania is a brilliant CEO of a super successful accounting firm. Carlos, her VP of operations, is a bright and solid asset to the firm. But sometimes Tania and Carlos clash big time, especially when Tania wants faster results and shorter timelines on client projects. Then Carlos slows down—fast results […]

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Rules for Remote Leadership with Kevin Eikenberry

Leading from a distance can seem difficult, yet it is still about leadership, and the principles of leadership haven’t changed—they are principles. In this episode, Kevin is in the visitor’s seat to talk about the opportunities and challenges with leading a remote team. He gives us a preview into The Long-Distance Leader, scheduled for a […]

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Sometimes You Just Need a Win – Here’s How You Get It

The competition was high, and I wasn’t feeling lucky. A rousing game of Exploding Kittens was nearing its conclusion, and then it happened. My husband got a steal, reached into my hand, and put his fingers on the card that I needed to stay in the game. What happened next shocked everyone at the table.  […]

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Ceremonies, Celebration, and How to Create Meaningful Beginnings

Imagine the Olympics without the opening ceremonies. What if the games just started. No torch. No sexy flag carriers, no dancers. No music. No costumes.  No human interest stories. No ceremonial coming together of divided political interests. Just, “Up first, curling.” Ceremonies and rituals invite us to stop and consider the magic of the moment. Ceremonies signal us to […]

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Leadership: Leveraging Your Soft Skills

Guest post by Lisa Sasso: Soft skills can make or break you as a leader; they are clearly more important to a leader than any hard skill.  This is a basic truth I learned early on in my business career, and it has sustained me throughout a succession of leadership roles — right up to […]

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21 Reasons that it might be time for YOU to Take Action

Have you ever: Participated in conversations about the behavior of certain titled leaders? Expressed frustration at situations that seem corrupt, not in line with core values or unfair? Wondered why opportunities to problem solve and improve the future were not taken? Have you ever spoken these words, “Why doesn’t “someone” do something?”   When the change you […]

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What Messages are You Sending?

Guest post from Kimberly Davis: I couldn’t believe it was the same woman. As she shared her presentation, she was warm, charming, gregarious, with a whip smart sense of humor. In less than two minutes, she had the audience in the palm of her hand, laughing so hard we were wiping tears from our eyes. […]

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Big Goals Falling Flat? You Need Some WOW.

Goals are meant to inspire you to change in a meaningful way, work hard and help you make the leap from where you are today to where you want to be in the future. Still, for years, my clients have talked about how year after year their goals don’t seem to change. Wanna know why? […]

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