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Work-Life Flexibility Is a Challenge Up and Down the Pay Scale

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How do you plan on breaking through all the noise?

Peter Winick

Transcript. Hey there! It’s Peter Winick. I’m the Founder and CEO of Thought Leadership Leverage. And today, I wanted to share with you a thought that came to me as a result of reading the latest Edelman LinkedIn Thought Leadership Impact Study. That’s the name of it.

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What your closest friendships can teach you about how to be a better leader

Suzi McAlpine

I have three close girlfriends who are “my people”. They’re the ones I’d call first when the thing I fear the most happens. The ones I send ugly face, greasy hair pics to on a far too regular basis.

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History of Coaching – A True Insight into Coaching

Mike Morrison

Coaching is everywhere. It is the hot topic of management, leadership and people development. This article explores the history of coaching through the ages. There are as many forms of coaching methodologies are there are coaches, so is there a “right” way?

Change Management 101: A Practical 3 Part Guide

Implementing new tools or business processes in your organization? Lemon Learning put together a practical 3 part guide to prevent the pitfalls of change management. Drive a successful change management project from diagnosis through to measurement.

4 Key Issues That Can Get in the Way of Giving Effective Feedback

David Grossman

Giving feedback can be one of the most difficult things to do as a leader, which is why so many leaders avoid it. Some leaders may hesitate to avoid hurting any feelings. Others are nervous about how the employee will take the feedback.

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The Bright Side of Not Getting That Promotion

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Standing Up and Institutionalizing Thought Leadership | Bill Sherman

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How to stand up organizational thought leadership and who should own it. An interview with Bill Sherman that originally aired on April 6th, 2022, as part of our Leveraging Thought Leadership Live series on LinkedIn.

Why 95% Of Product Innovation Fails To Create Differentiation

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In a growing number of new vehicles, an automated parking feature has been installed. The car can park itself more accurately and safely than a human being.

The two words leaders should fear most that cause employee disengagement

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Learned helplessness. What comes to mind when you hear that phrase? Probably nothing good. The phrase comes from studies by psychology researcher Martin Seligman.

Virtual Work Offers Pros and Cons for Women’s Careers

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Stanford University Under Investigation For Sex Bias—Against Men

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The Department of Education's Office of Civil Rights officially opened an investigation into Stanford University's Women in Business, Women in Stanford Law, Stanford Women in Design, Stanford Society of Women Engineers and the Gabilan Provost's Discretionary Fund for discrimination against men.

Using a Strength to Compensate for a Weakness

Peter Winick

Transcript. Hi there! It’s Peter Winick. I’m the Founder and CEO of Thought Leadership Leverage. And today, I wanted to talk to you about something that I think is worth considering. And that is using a strength to compensate for a weakness. So, let me, let me unpack that a little bit.

Automation: New Survey Finds Widening Gap Between Large And Smaller Companies

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As labor costs boom and talent remains—at least for now, at least in many industries—scarce, more companies than ever before are looking to Invest in technology and automation—especially at the front line.

Wellness Incentives: How to Create Impactful Programs

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Offering wellness incentives helps employers meet the needs and expectations of the modern workforce. Furthermore, promoting sound mental and physical health creates a culture of well-being that inspires employee engagement and productivity.

Stirring Up Bad News Can Help CEOs Profit from Stocks

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3 Steps To Mitigate Your Inner Work Critic And Boost Performance In 2023

Forbes Leadership

The inner work critic can interfere with our job engagement and performance, and the worst thing we can do is fight it. But there are three science-backed steps we can take to calm the negative voice and accomplish our career goals. Careers /careers Leadership /leadership Careers /careers leadershi

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Are Your Best Practices Actually Your Worst?

Peter Winick

Hey there! It’s Peter Winick. I’m the founder and CEO of Thought Leadership Leverage. And today, I want to have a conversation with you about what appears to be the best practices that exist in the world of content marketing.

Ram Charan: 4 Key Thoughts For What Comes Next

Chief Executive

At the beginning of the year, I got a call from Ram Charan. He’s a good friend of our firm, and, as most of you know, he’s a bestselling author and one of the most in-demand advisors to companies in the world. He wanted to talk about one thing: Inflation.

Performance Improvement Plan Template & Guide [Free Download]

AIHR

With a performance improvement plan (PIP) template, you have a tool to create an individualized, action-orientated, step-by-step plan to improve the performance of employees who are either not meeting their manager or supervisor’s expectations or would benefit from a more structured action plan.

Customer Volunteer Programs Can Fuel All-Around Success

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When Leaders Struggle with Collaboration

Harvard Business Review

How to get better at working with others. Leadership development Personal growth and transformation Interpersonal communication Digital Article

Expanding Your Reach Through Thought Leadership | Malcolm Hawker

Peter Winick

Come out from behind the paywall to reach a larger audience. An interview with Malcolm Hawker about moving to a smaller firm and stepping outside the paywall. In a world filled with so many voices, how do you distinguish yourself, and show your value?

Four Ways To Help Diverse Teams Solve Problems

Chief Executive

Listen to many futurists and you would think that robotic engineers and therapists will be the only people with jobs in ten years. There’s plenty of reason to pay attention to the massive disruption from the automation of work.

Be Careful Of Employers Posting Ghost Jobs

Forbes Leadership

Have you been job hunting or even had an interview only to find out that the employer had no intention of hiring anyone for that job? You likely experienced what we call “ghost jobs.” Find out what they are and how to avoid them. Careers /careers Leadership /leadership Careers /careers leadership

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Aligning Employee Demographics with Reality

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10 Unique Extrinsic Rewards That Your Employees Will Love In 2023

Vantage Circle

Imagine. What would happen if your employees knew that behind every great job they do, there is a tangible reward waiting for them at the end of it? Deadlines would be met sooner, people would be more motivated, and productivity would skyrocket.

“Field of Dreams”. A great movie. A stupid strategy.

Peter Winick

Transcript. Hey there! It’s Peter Winick. I’m the Founder and CEO of Thought Leadership Leverage. And today, I wanted to share with you a recurring theme, an issue, a struggle that I see thought leaders deal with over and over and over again. And that is confusing a great movie for a great strategy. What am I talking about? So in 1989, Kevin Costner came out with Field of Dreams.

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3 Powers of Proactive Worry

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Worry isn’t just in your head. You feel worry in your body. Some have stomach issues, others neck and shoulder pain. Chronic worry triggers ‘stress hormones’ that elevate your heart and breathing, raise… Continue reading → Leading Fear Leadership Development fear

Disability In Times Of Conflict

Forbes Leadership

Michal Rimon, CEO of Access Israel : "The guiding moto for us was to make sure no one is left behind – from those wanting to flee but – leaving no one behind is also true for those choosing to stay behind.

To Get More Done at Work, Change Your Clothes

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To Retain Your Best Employees, Invest in Your Best Managers

Harvard Business Review

A record 43% of managers say they’re burned out. Here’s how to help them grow and develop. Leadership development Management skills Developing employees Employee engagement Motivating people Digital Article

What’s the difference between being a thought leader and a thought reader?

Peter Winick

Hi there! It’s Peter Winick. I’m the Founder and CEO of Thought Leadership Leverage. And today, I wanted to share a thought with you and get your response and reaction too. And it’s really about when is it appropriate or when is it the right place to be a thought leader. And when might it be interesting or appropriate to be a thought reader. So, let me first differentiate between the two. Most of us aspire to be thought leaders. We’re putting in the work.

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A Path to Addressing Bias in the C-Suite

Association Now Leadership

Progress is slow when it comes to women in CEO roles, according to a new report. But there are signs of improvement in the boardroom. Is the C-suite stagnating, or is it transforming? The answer may be a matter of how you read a report released last week by Heidrick & Struggles.

The Art Of Persuasion Advanced Communication Skills - Gaining Buyin

Stephen Warrilow

Create The Environment Where They Want To Buyin to Your Proposal. In order to build the win-win you have to uncover what it is that the other person really wants or needs, and to do that you have to ask questions.

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The Dangers of Employees Becoming More Like Contractors

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Research: Men Speak More Abstractly Than Women

Harvard Business Review

Abstract language tends to be associated with leadership, meaning that how women are socialized to communicate can make them less likely to be seen as leaders. Gender Leadership qualities Business communication Presentation skills Public speaking Digital Article

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