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Unfounded Leadership Theories and Competencies

Using empirical data to determine 16 differentiating competencies which clearly predict the best and the worst leaders – and outcomes -- by correlating key performance indicators.

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The Well-Rounded Leader and Weakness Trap

How focusing on weakness and the myth of the “well rounded” exceptional leader have contributed to the current leadership gap.

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Feedback Pinpoints Perceptions of Leadership Effectiveness

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The Leader’s Mood Impacts the Group

Emotional Intelligence research shows that the leader sets the group's emotional tone.

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Moose-on-the-Table

A metaphor describing how many groups avoid dealing with issues everyone knows are present.

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Foundation of all Leadership is Self-Leadership

Drawing from Emotional Intelligence research on the inner dimension of leadership (Self-Awareness and Self-Management)

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Responsibility for Choices

The deadly virulence of the Victimitis Virus and how easy it is "P" ourselves.

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The Difference Between Training, Mentoring, and Coaching

We find there is a lot of confusion between these three highly related, but distinct activities.

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Managing Things and Leading People

An overview of Jim Clemmer's popular Management- Leadership chart and how Emotional Intelligence research is proving that these skills are central to leadership.

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Management Team Exercise on Finding the Right Balance

A very brief overview of an exercise Jim Clemmer often uses to help management teams check their balance and analyze where they are spending their time.

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The Performance Balance: Technology, Management, and Leaders

A values model at the foundation of many of Jim Clemmer's books, presentations, and workshops on balancing hands, head, and heart.

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Parallels Between The Quality Revolution and Safety Leadership

A short review of North America's adaptation of quality improvement approaches in the last two decades and how safety leadership needs to follow a similar route by Jim Clemmer.

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Moose-on-the-Table

A metaphor describing how many groups avoid dealing with issues everyone knows are present.

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Help TV

Jim Clemmer speaking on workplace communications

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Daytime TV (Kitchener)

Jim stopped by the Daytime studios to discuss moose-on-the-table issues found in the workplace.

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Canada AM

How to tell if your job is right for you and what to do if it's not.

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Breakfast TV (Vancouver)

Jim stopped by BT in BC to discuss Moose on the Table: Communications @ Work

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Our Changing Times Can Be Confusing

A snippet of Jim Clemmer addressing a key dilemma in leading change.

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Navigating Change and Adversity

A very popular model Jim Clemmer uses widely with many audiences around our choices to respond on, above, or below "the line" as a Navigator, Survivor, or Victim.

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Why Overly Technical Managers Often Fail

Building on the Emotional Intelligence research to look at seemingly promising managers who fail when their technical skills become a liability.

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