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Lessening My Anxiety: Great Feedback to Kick Off My New Book!

...loved it! Very easy read – well suited for many levels of managers. I would like to have all of my production managers read this book before our upcoming planning session in two weeks. I need 20 copies for this. Given that I need to get them books in the...

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Connecting on LinkedIn

...my books is always energizing and provides the fuel to keep writing. I especially love to hear how my words have had an impact. She also added her comment to Amazon UK listing of The Leader’s Digest. If you’ve enjoyed one or more of my books and we’re connected on...

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Boosting Your Emotional Intelligence

...CIO and CSO magazines. She also interviewed Daniel Goleman and other leading EI researchers and writers. The resulting article (“Soft Skills for CIOs and Aspiring CIOs: Four Ways to Boost Your Emotional Intelligence”) is excellent. You can read it online at http://www.cio.com/article/121200/Soft_Skills_for_CIOs_and_Aspiring_CIOs_Four_Ways_to_Boost_Your_Emotional_Intelligence/1. I’d love to get your experiences with personally...

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Review of From Strength to Strength: Finding Success, Happiness, and Deep Purpose in the Second Half of Life

...half of our lives with opportunities rather than loss. He concludes with a chapter on Seven Words to Remember; “Use things. Love people. Worship the divine.” Since I am well into my second half of life — and looking to leverage my crystalized intelligence — this book resonated very strongly...

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Process Mapping Stops “The Blame Game”

...I love to get examples of the power of process mapping, like the one Jeff Johnson provides below. The Improvement Point Jeff is referring to proceeds his comment. “As important as what’s measured is how the information is used. In many organizations, team members and managers resist measuring accuracy rates,...

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Coaching and Developing Looming Large for Recovery and Growth

...And that newer generation is now yearning to love their work and organization, and be shown genuine care and commitment in return. This demonstrates both a tremendous opportunity and a critical threat for forward-thinking executives as they build their organization for growth over the next few years. The CLEMMER Group...

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Living on Purpose

...difference in our children of tomorrow.” The last woman replied, “I would love to hear them say…LOOK, SHE’S MOVING!!!!!” A powerful way to uncover or strengthen our sense of purpose is to think through what we’d like to be able to say our life stood for when it’s all over....

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A Call to Action

...personal effectiveness books, magazines, and speakers. They are walking professors. But their experiences are all conceptual. They know, but don’t act on their knowledge. They are like an “expert” in love and marriage, who has never had a date. What Seeds are We Planting? A farmer prayed fervently every night...

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Improvement Points feedback

I love to get comments like this one from Sharon, a subscriber responding to a recent Improvement Point she received. Whether it’s in a workshop or an e-mail, comments like hers so wonderfully bring alive the point I’m trying to get across. For those of you who don’t know, Improvement...

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Verbal Communications and Meeting Effectiveness

...coaching skills development work we do. I’d love to write something on this. However, I am finishing up my first business fable. The working title is Moose-on-the-Table: A Fable on Courageous Conversations in the Workplace. This new project – and exciting new writing approach for me – is really filling...

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Manifesto for a Leadership Development Revolution

...reported that only 7 percent thought their organization was effectively developing leaders! To paraphrase a popular love song, we’ve been looking for leadership development in all the wrong places. We need a better way. We’re also at the intersection of powerful and revolutionary research emerging from the new movements of...

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Two Hours in The Dentist Chair Was a Welcome Break!

I love working with concepts, the big picture, strategy, and ideas. I’ve also come to really enjoy conceiving, researching, and writing books. I just finished my seventh, Growing @ the Speed of Change: Your Inspir-actional How-To Guide For Leading Yourself and Others through Constant Change which I am really pleased...

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Feedback That Fuels my Tank

...for all this “voluntary labor!” Jim and Clemmer Team, “I just love your newsletter and am so thankful that a colleague recommended it to me several years ago. It’s the one newsletter that I actually look forward to receiving and have not canceled due to boredom with the ‘same old,...

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Thoughts that Make You Go Hmmm on ….. Team Building

...for stronger team building. “Great teamwork is an outcome; you can only create the conditions for it to flourish. Like getting rich or falling in love, you cannot simply will it to happen.” – Jerry Useem, “What’s that spell? TEAMWORK!” Fortune 1. “Great teams always have a noble cause. 2....

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Thoughts That Make You Go Hmmm on… Ego

...ultimately who we are. In fact, the ego can create powerful blockades of pride, shame, and fear that prevent too many people from opening themselves up to love and healing.” – Eben Alexander, Living in a Mindful Universe: A Neurosurgeon’s Journey into the Heart of Consciousness   “Niles, I’ve got...

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The birth of a book

...expanded and totally rewritten for the second edition, and we produced an extensive workbook for The VIP Strategy: Leadership Skills for Exceptional Performance) had become routine and is less exciting. Like first love or a first child, a first book is charged with novelty and high excitement. But like the...

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Career Check Up and LinkedIn Profile Revisions

...or 4 key areas of expertise, what you love and excel at doing, and successful experiences you’ve had. You can use a version of the template I used to focus on what you do, who you currently or ideally would work with, how your approach for that skill works best,...

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Book Review of “Joseph Campbell: A Fire in the Mind”

...deep look at a highly authentic and original trail blazer. Reading his personal journal entries and his prolific and insightful letters as he struggled to discover and follow his bliss provides a rich context and understanding for his huge body of work. Campbell’s love of research, learning, and extensive study...

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Video Clip: Leadership Sweet Spots and Powerful Combinations

...from you? The answers to these questions form a “leadership sweet spot” where strong leadership competence, personal passion (what skills we most love to use), and the highest ranked leadership skills for an individual converge. In the first part of a video clip on Powerful Strengths Combinations I give a...

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Growing Through Change

...disguised as Chaos.” Joyce Grenfell (1910–79), British actor, writer. “Too much security and the refusal to evolve, to embrace change, leads to a kind of death.” Jean Vanier, Becoming Human “It’s not so much that we’re afraid of change or so in love with the old ways, but it’s that...

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