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The End Of Leadership: Letting Things Happen
  By: Brent Filson

Decades ago, a now renowned orchestra leader, just starting out as an assistant, experienced a defining moment that would shape his future. He was rehearsing the Cleveland Orchestra in a Chopin piano concerto. He recalls, "An oboe solo went over me like some kind of tidal wave. I thought, ‘Nothing could make that any more beautiful.' And it came straight from the oboist. It wasn't because I did something."


The Factors Of Leadership Motivation
  By: Brent Filson
Leaders do nothing more important than get results. But you can’t get results by yourself. You need others to help you do it. And the best way to have other people get results is not by ordering them but motivating them. Yet many leaders fail to motivate people to achieve results because those leaders misconstrue the concept and applications of motivation.

The Five Key Facets of Quality Leadership
  By: Brian Ward
Five characteristics that distinguish the exceptional leaders from the rest of the pack!

The Focused Leader
   One BIG idea + One BIG Crisis
  By: Brian Ward
Successful leaders have BIG ideas as well as having big crises to deal with. Most leaders who have gone into the annals of history, whether it be politics, sports or business have led in this fashion: they have had at least one BIG idea to pursue plus one BIG crisis to manage, and they pursued the former as tenaciously as they fought the latter.

The Leadership Strategy: An Unmined Comstock Lode Of Results
  By: Brent Filson

Most business leaders can develop a business strategy, but they usually neglect what is equally important, a Leadership Strategy. A Leadership Strategy focuses on having the people who must implement the business strategy become cause leaders who take ardent action for the strategy's success.=


The Myth of Individualism: CEO's Limiting Attitude
  By: Tom Northup

Many CEOs of small to medium sized companies think they can do it all. They built their companies to current levels by trusting their abilities and instincts and see no reason to change what worked for them. They lead others by controlling work output.


The Sinking of the Titanic
   An Analogy of Leadership That Failed
  By: Gregory P. Smith
The Titanic still rests on the bottom of the ocean, but we can resurrect the truth. The lessons we learn can help us become better leaders.

Tough Times Demand Resilient Leaders
  By: Eileen McDargh, CSP, CPAE
Whether you're leading a Fortune 100 company, a small department, or an enterprise of one, now is the time to hone your resiliency skills.

Unleash The Leaders In Your Midst
  By: Brian Ward
Not every manager becomes a leader, and not every person who makes the decision to be a leader needs to become a manager. This statement confuses many people in management positions, but makes perfect sense to every leader I know. If you feel confused by this, then perhaps you need to explore and understand the difference between leading and managing…

Wanted: A Dictionary-Perfect Leader
  By: Eileen McDargh, CSP, CPAE
Some of the multitude of definitions for the word "leader" actually serve as a performance standard for leadership.

What We Get is What We Are
  By: Jim Clemmer
Numerous managers have done their values thing and produced pretty parchment papers filled with inspiring words. However, many are frustrated because they feel that people throughout their organization or team aren't getting the message.

What We Get is What We See
  By: Jim Clemmer
At the heart of leading others is your ability to develop and communicate a clear and compelling picture of your team or organization's preferred future.

When Leading Change, Don't Manage Time: Invest it in People
  By: Dr. Gary Bradt
Time management is a grand idea when dealing with the things in your life. It's all about organization, efficiency and getting things done. As a tool for leading people through change, however, it misses the mark. In fact, when leading change, the last thing you want to do is manage your time. Instead, invest it in the people with potential to become change leaders themselves, and the returns you get may surprise you. Following is an incredible story that illustrates the point.

Who is Responsible for the Way Your Organization Behaves?
  By: Robert H. Kent, Ph.D., CMC
Even executives must be managed, given clear direction and control. Their behavior will be copied by the rest of the organization and should therefore be of interest to the C.E.O.

Why Real Leaders Pump Gas
  By: Jim Clemmer
It's been said that children are natural mimics - they act like their parents despite all attempts to teach them good manners. As with parenting, executives speak a louder sermon with their lives than their lips. Words are not enough.


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