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November 14, 2018 | Drea Zigarmi EdD

5 Effective Leadership Contexts to Help Your Organization

Like the great Rosetta Stone broke through language barriers, Leadership in Context could prove to breakthrough leaderships development barriers in the workplace.

October 18, 2018 | Jason Arnold

The One-to-One Context: Your Role in Igniting Individual Development

Your role as a leader has a major impact on the lives of the people you are attempting to lead. In his book Achieve Leadership Genius, Dr. Drea Zigarmi describes leadership in a variety of contexts. One of the most critical contexts of leadership is practiced in the One-to-One relationship between a leader and the people that report directly to them. The One-to-One context of leadership is the most written about and discussed topics in the world of of leadership. Generations of research have been poured over in trying to understand the nature and best practices of leading individuals toward common objectives.

August 13, 2018 | Ashley Ansari

Test Your Knowledge on Succession Planning Trends

Executives at your organization will inevitably leave your company at some point in time, whether through traditional attrition, retirement or simply to change places within your company. The question is, do you have a plan to replace them? Do you know how important succession plans are?

June 21, 2018 | Ashley Ansari

7 Common Leadership Development Pitfalls: How to Protect Your Development Plan

In a recent study, 83% of organizations said it’s important to develop leadership at all levels, but only 5% have implemented development programs. Of the 5% of developing leaders, many of them find themselves falling short of expectations.

June 19, 2018 | Ashley Ansari

How to Create a Successful Leadership Development Program

Leadership development programs are often overlooked, leaving company leaders floundering for a way to rise in their departments.

May 15, 2018 | Ashley Ansari

The Ins and Outs of Leading with Psychological Intel

When we think of what makes a great leader, many adjectives pop into our heads: honest, focused, passionate, respectful, persuasive, confident. One of the most underrated aspects of leadership, though, includes a firm grasp on psychology. When leaders can understand beyond just the symptoms of issues i.e. reasons employees are procrastinating, or coming up short in their deliverables every week, showing up late and so on, we can adjust the way we address and coach them long-term. This is more than just recognizing a problem in your team, addressing it and calling it a day. This is taking a look at your team, understanding the core of rising issues, addressing them, but also addressing the way you are running the office.

April 19, 2018 | Ashley Ansari

3 Unmistakable Traits From the Best Employee Training Programs

What makes top employee training programs “top” material? The question poses many different perspectives on the subject, but the one that stands out the most is how the best employee training programs become so great. What goes into their creation? Their development? Their implementation?

March 27, 2018 | Ashley Ansari

How Can I Develop My Employees for Leadership? 6 Remarkable Ways to Make it Happen

You’re already painfully aware that you need amazing leadership in your company. After all, with Baby Boomers heading into retirement in droves (about 10,000 a day), you are keenly attuned to the fact that leadership impacts succession planning, growth, retention and so much more. But with the changing shifts in the workforce and accelerating demands on everyone’s time, how do you develop leaders from employees?

March 14, 2018 | Jason Arnold

Solving the Employee Engagement Challenge

Leaders everywhere are scrambling to find solutions to their employee engagement challenges. Unfortunate numbers reported by organizations like Gallup continue to spur efforts. For example:

September 21, 2017 | Jason Arnold

Cultivating a Culture of Professional Growth

"Without continual growth and progress, such words as improvement, achievement, and success have no meaning.” –Benjamin Franklin 

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