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What You Need to Be Remarkable in Your Work with @AwesomelySimple

In an era where we expect immediate gratification and response to our efforts, John Spence stands out as unique. John is a man who has diligently worked to achieve the level of success he now enjoys. Whether it is a full speaking schedule or leading a workshop with Fortune 100 customers, John has earned his reputation […] Read moreRead More»

7 Leadership Quotes that Challenge the Status Quo

Occasionally we all need a reminder that what we’ve accepted to be true may no longer be relevant. In management and leadership, many 20th century beliefs need to be weeded out and replaced with healthy, people-centric viewpoints.

Below are quotes to challenge management status quo. In some cases it’s kicked to the curb and sent packing, making room for radically different perspectives.

Feel free to share the quotes in your favorite social media channel. Let’s spread the word about fresher ways to view the role of leadership in making things happen.Occasionally we all need a reminder that what we’ve accepted to be true may no longer be relevant. In management and leadership, many 20th century beliefs need to be weeded out and replaced with healthy, people-centric viewpoints.

Below are quotes to challenge management status quo. In some cases it’s kicked to the curb and sent packing, making room for radically different perspectives.

Feel free to share the quotes in your favorite social media channel. Let’s spread the word about fresher ways to view the role of leadership in making things happen…. Read More»

Bold and Gutsy Leadership with @JohnBaldoni

(Can’t listen to the podcast? Check it out here) The 2008 financial crisis led to some disappointing leadership stories. But for any downturn there are upsides. John Baldoni, leadership expert, believes one such upside is resilience. “Those who have steered their companies back to prosperity did it by making tougher, wiser choices and moving forward […] Read moreRead More»

roleofworkplace

The Role of Workplace Optimism in Building Trust

Without trust extraordinary results aren’t possible. Without trust and extraordinary results workplace optimism is absent. Without workplace optimism talented people stay away from or leave companies. What’s left? Mediocre results, missed goals and unhappy people.

Workplace optimism is not a viewpoint or belief system. It’s a cultural vibe that influences a positive work experience.

The outcomes of workplace optimism deepen and expand trust. Let’s look at the relationship…. Read More»

Toxic workplace

How To Create a Toxic Workplace

Why write a piece on how to create a toxic workplace? I want readers to have labels that make it easier to identify toxic behaviors that undermine people’s abilities to do their best work. When we can label something, we can more easily address the problem.

The list below doesn’t include some of the more obvious examples of toxic work environments: yelling, public tantrums, passive-aggressive behaviors, or controlling behaviors…. Read More»

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