Ken Blanchard on Leadership & The New One Minute Manager

Today’s guest contributor is Ken Blanchard, PhD, one of the most influential leadership experts in the world. He has co-authored 60 books, and his groundbreaking works have been translated into 42 languages. Along with his wife, Margie, he is co-founder of The Ken Blanchard Companies, a leading international training and consulting firm ....more

4 ways to tap the power of positive thinking and confidence

Today’s guest contributor is Darlene Hunter, president of Darlene Hunter & Associates, LLC. Darlene is a...more

Leaders Go First!

Dov Baron works with leaders in creating teams that become fiercely loyal. He was named by Inc magazine as one of the Top 100 Leadership Speakers for Your Next Conference. His latest book is Fiercely Loyal: How High Performing Companies Develop and Retain Top Talent ....more

Use Wind In Your Sails to Accelerate Your Leadership

Jane recently wrote over at The Lead Change Group a post on Life, Love, & Leadership Lessons In Unlikely Places. In my book Wind In Your Sails: Vital Strategies That Accelerate Your Entrepreneurial Success, ...more

How Savvy Are You About Office Politics?

Today’s guest contributor is Bonnie Marcus, author of...more

Women, High Heels and L.E.A.D.

Today’s guest contributor is Debora McLaughlin, CEO of The Renegade Leader Coaching and Consulting Group, executive coach, and author. Debora helps business owners, executives, and managers ignite their inner renegade leader to unleash their full potential, drive their visions, and yield positive results both in business and in life....more

Solitude: a surprise tool for making important decisions

Edward G. Brown is today’s guest contributor. He is the author of The Time Bandit Solution: Recovering Stolen Time You Never Knew You Had and co-founder of Cohen Brown Management Group, the #1 firm in culture change management consulting and training for the financial services industry ....more

Gender equality: what will it take to make us pay attention?

The national movement that’s begun in sports to hold domestic violence abusers accountable is gratifying and long overdue. I live in South Carolina, which for too long, has been one of the worst states for violence against women. State government is currently on a (hopeful) path to finally enacting some meaningful legislation ....more

IWD 2015: Make It Happen

“In 2015, ‘awareness’ is out—action is in” — reads a TIME post for International Women’s Day. Agreed, it is time for more action around gender equality,...more

3 things to do next time

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