I’ve loved receiving your comments and feedback on my Leadership Blogs throughout the year. Thank you for your thoughts and for your appreciation :-).
You’ve indicated that the most valuable Leadership Blogs in 2017 have been the three I’ve linked below…
How To Put Things Right When Someone’s Peeved With You
You so often get yourself into more trouble when you try to sort things out with someone you’ve upset.
In an effort to justify your actions, you typically tell them why you did what you did. But they don’t seem to sympathise with that. And so the situation often goes from bad to worse…
Looking For A Sure-Fire Way To Influence?
After examining bucket-loads of literature and observing behaviours, I have no doubt that the sure-fire way to influencing someone is to—here it is—be committed to their success! When I say “influence”, I don’t mean a self-centered manipulation that results in you getting what you want and the other party being screwed. I mean a positive…
How You Behave As A Leader Is Way More Important Than What You Do
Have you ever worked for a leader who put most of their energy into what they do—things like strategic planning, motivating the team to produce results, following up on commitments, and so on, rather than who they are as a leader—things like always being authentic and personally disciplined and oozing emotional intelligence?…
Your Call To Action
As well as checking out the top three posts for 2017, I suggest you also go to the Leadership Blog Directory and dig into the topics that you personally find most compelling.
If you have thoughts on leadership topics that you’d like me to write about in 2018, will you give me a yell?
In signing off my last blog for 2017, I want to let you know that I appreciate you being in my 2017.
Be sure to have a fulfilling Christmas, a Happy New Year and a relaxing holiday break :-).
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