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How to Develop a Leadership Mind: Adapt and Be Curious

People who study how people learn, cognition researchers, are worried. Our educational system is not developing and preparing today’s young adults for the work and leadership challenges of the 21st Century. How should we train ourselves to think, to correctly learn about the world, to be a Healthy Leader? Learn

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Likeability Matters in Leadership

Will you be a great leader? Don’t let anyone fool you. Making predictions about who will be a great leader is quite unscientific. Why? Because dealing with the people side of the business has too much variability, too many emotions, too many exceptions to the rule. Yet there are truisms

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Think Global to Compete and Cooperate

Do you have a ‘global‘ job title? If no, you probably should. Local-Global Tension Work and business are no longer local. If you have a website, you are part of the global economy. You need to be a global thinker. But … as our CEO, Bob Rosen, points out in

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The Career Power of a Monday Morning Mantra

It’s far more than an alliteration. It could be your career changer. Things have and will continue to change so rapidly that prevailing wisdom today won’t necessarily translate into the future. For example, over the past twenty years, we’ve heard that the place to be, career-wise, is information technology. That’s

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Drive to Succeed and Lead Others to Success

Steve Jobs had an uncompromising drive toward excellence. Our CEO Bob Rosen speaks in detail about Jobs as a leader in his book, “Grounded: how leaders stay rooted in an uncertain world.” Jobs’s leadership, specifically his vocational health, was so extraordinary he transformed seven different industries – from personal computers

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Authenticity – One of Your Best Leadership Tools

Steven Levitt, co-author of the best-seller “Freakonomics,” talks about being authentic in a recent video about brands and authenticity. After getting feedback on his personal brand and speaking style, he shares why he will … never wear a tie never stand behind a podium, and continue to be his bumbling

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What Science Tells Us about Leaders’ Brains

“This is your brain on drugs” public service announcement first appeared in the late 1980s and is one of the top 100 TV ads ever. From “Breaking Bad” to Amanda Bynes, it continues to be relevant in pop culture. But we’ve come a long way from drugs that simply fry

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Get Comfortable with Authentic Self-Promotion

In our society, we’ve institutionalized an acceptable form of boasting. We call it “bragging rights.” We give people permission to brag about real accomplishments. Not surprisingly, bragging rights are most often used with sports achievements. But today, we often see it on social media sites, like LinkedIn. People have begun

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Great Leaders are Masters of Psychological Contracting

A few years ago, Ally Bank did a series of clever commercials with children. They all demonstrated how powerful and important expectations are and how we manage (or don’t manage) them with customers, employees and each other. The commercial with the pony captures the essence of psychological contracting. What is

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