Welcome to an exciting round-up of Leadership ideas and talent. Writers from the Lead With Giants Community were asked to submit their best post from the month of November. This monthly compilation serves to Advocate Uplifting Leadership And Change Lives by showcasing the leadership wisdom from our community. “The Best of Lead With Giants” is published on the first day of each month.
Are You Managing, Leading or Doing Both? by Carol Dougherty Leaders need to address both the results needed for a successful organization and the needs of the people in that organization. This means balancing leading people and managing results. Creating the right balance is the hard part.
Can’t Keep Up? Get More Time for Your Work and Work from Your Team by David Dye As a frontline or midlevel leader, the secret to freeing up more of your own time and having a more productive team is found in just four words.
Discovering Your Purpose by Giant Leap Coaching Benjamin Franklin said, “There are three things extremely hard: steel, a diamond, and to know one’s self.” Unfortunately, most people spend more time planning their annual vacation than they do thinking about their life’s purpose.
Two Habits That Can Paralyze Us For A Lifetime by Tony Richards Habits make or break us. For most people, in order to be more successful in their business or career, they must confront old habits or form new ones.
Precious Dreams are Never for Sale by Hoda Maalouf This post is about the hopes and high expectation for an old painting bought by my father. It is a good lesson that without our dreams and hopes, we lose the excitement of possibilities.
Why Passion is Critical for Business Success by Dino Eliadis Over time many small business owners forget the reason that they started their business. When we lose focus of our passion life can quickly become unsatisfying and business can take a nosedive. In this post I give some easy ways to get your passion back!
Leadership Isn’t For Me…Or You by Randy Conley After more than 25 years in formal leadership positions in various organizations, I’ve come to learn that leadership isn’t for me…and it’s not for you, either.
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