The Best of Lead With Giants – March 2016

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 February. 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.

Please enjoy reading the posts from these Giants and be sure to leave a comment. For more wisdom, follow them on Twitter and join @DanVForbes and all the Giants in the Lead With Giants Community.

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The Mistakes Highly Successful People Make All The Time by @Dan Forbes  Successful people inspire me with their passion and results. As they say, success breeds success. But success also breeds something else. Mistakes.

Simple Decisions & Hard Decisions by @Rita Jaskolla To make SMART decisions it´s almost necessary to mentally step onto the META level to diminish the emotional factor. Ever thought about it and tried?

Debunking An Illusion … by @John E. Smith  A small dissection of an old and well-known saying … just so we can be sure that what we think we mean is what we are actually saying.

5 Things Exceptional Leaders Do Every Day by @David Good  These five things are the top five daily character habits I have observed that exceptional leaders do every day.

Being Connected Matters by @Carol Varsalona  There is a digital revolution but not everyone is ready. Voice Matters and needs to rise. Become digital change agents of a multi-sensory world who actively engage and influence the development of a growth-minded cultures of positivity.

How to Hold Your Team Accountable – The First Step by @David Dye  A frequent problem every manager encounters at some point is that you think your expectations are crystal clear, but then people don’t live up to them. You get frustrated and say things like, “Why don’t they get it?” David offers practical solutions to this ever-present dilemma.

Groupthink and Its 7 Dwarfs by @Kimunya Mugo Groupthink comes at a cost. What’s right is sacrificed at the altar of conformity. Groupthink is a limits growth, innovation or alternative opportunities.

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Cynthia has over 20 years of experience working in the corporate world. She ran investigation units for large corporations, was a Private Investigator and has a Master's Degree in Counseling Psychology.  Cynthia is President of SmartChic. She works one-on-one mentoring women, does group programs, conducts workshops and is a motivational speaker. Learn more at www.smartchic.me.

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