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Next Level Leadership – Innovative Leaders Guide -Maureen Metcalf

In Innovative Leadership, Leadership, Leadership Growth, Leadership Improvement, Leadership Skills, organizational transformation, Podcast, Uncategorized by Jay Izso1 Comment

The easiest thing for us to do as leaders is rely on what worked in the past.  But let’s be honest there is not guarantee what we have done in the past will produce success in the future.  We also need to face the reality that as businesses change, younger generations, enter our businesses, our leadership needs to be more …

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Be a Better Leader and Transform Your Business – Maureen Metcalf

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Change is inevitable, but in today’s world change comes at us at an accelerated pace.  This means that businesses and organizations must be able to transform.  How does a business do that?  Well it starts with the leader.  There must a leader that first must transform before he business can transform.  If I were to ask you the question do …

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The Leadership Killer – Captain John Havlik (US Navy SEALs retired)

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So often we point fingers at leaders for their problems.  We will look so intently at the things we do not like about a particular leader and in the process we neglect to realize we have become arrogant believing that we “know” more, or someone else would be better suited to be in their place.  The fact is our belief …

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Lead, Succeed, and Thrive in a 24/7 World – Slow Down to Speed Up – Dr. Liz Bywater

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So you are a leader.  Maybe you are a team leader, or perhaps an owner, a manager, or maybe you are an entrepreneur and you are your own boss.  The fact is you are doing the best you can to lead.  You are challenged by the everyday busyness.  It seems like you are putting one fire out, and another ember …

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Practical Secrets for Leadership and Success: LEVEL UP! – Royce Gomez

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When we talk about leadership it seems it is invariably linked with success.  When you start to consider what it takes to truly be a great leader…well…success is right there.  But the opposite is true, the more successful one is…well…the more leadership responsibility that they either take on or is thrown at them.   Because of these two terms are so …

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Courage Goes to Work – Bill Treasurer

In Better Leadership, Business Help, Business Ideas, Business Improvement, Business Problems, Business Psychology, Business Success, Courage, culture change, entrepreneur leadership, entrepreneurship, Jay Izso, Leadership, Leadership Growth, Leadership Improvement, Leadership Skills, Life Help, Life Skills, management, Motivation, Podcast, Psychology and Business, self-improvement by Jay IzsoLeave a Comment

How are you about doing something new in your job or your life?  Little scary?  Do you focus on the consequences or the possibilities?  How about the issue of trust?  Do you really have the courage that it takes to trust others in your life or your business?  Of do you distrust and control?  And how about really telling the …

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Empowering Today’s Youth to Become Tomorrow’s Leaders – LEAP – Dr. Bill Dorfman

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We need to be honest with ourselves when it comes to tomorrows leaders. It is our responsibility to teach them, to train them, to guide them, to ultimately mentor them. Many times we look at this next generation and instead of running to our responsibility we run from it, by making excuses and rationalizations about them. Like the grown ups …

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Managing When No One Wants to Work – Ralph Peterson

In Business Culture, Business Improvement, Business Problems, Leadership Skills, manage, management, management development, management teams, Motivation, Podcast, teams by Jay IzsoLeave a Comment

It is has happened to most all of us. You start your job so excited. You work like crazy to impress your boss…and then something happens. The intensity is gone. The desire to put forth the effort wains. Then there are those types of industries, oh, let’s say housekeeping where many people are not excited to do their job. What …

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Creating a Business Culture You can Measure – The Critical Few – Gretchen Anderson

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Today we devote a great amount of time talking about “business culture”. You may have recognized you need to change in your culture…but how? On this episode of A New Direction culture change, real culture change requires a long term approach. Gretchen Anderson @gbrooksanderson is a Director at the Katzenbach Center at PwC’s Strategy& and co-author with Jon Katzenbach of …

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Be Successful – Your Career is Your Business – Ines Temple – YOU Incorporated

In branding, Business Help, Business Success, career change, Career Help, core values, credibility, employable, entrepreneur, Inspiration, Internet Doctor, Jay Izso, Leadership, Leadership Skills, Life Help, Motivation, Podcast, Psychology, self help, self-improvement by Jay IzsoLeave a Comment

On a scale of 1 to 10, 1 being awful and 10 being the best it can be…how would you rate your career right now? If it is anything less than a 5, I have to ask you this question: Why are you still in that job? The answers could range from, “I need the money”, “it’s better than nothing”, …