Executive Development

Webinar: Leading Successfully in a Global World

By Sarah Breigle on August 8, 2017

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We’re all part of a global network. In many cases, we’re connecting virtually through email, video conferences, Skype and phone—where we must navigate different cultural realities of how people think and get things done. Join us for a webinar to address the common culture traps that can limit your success.

Posted in Blog, Executive Development, Inclusive Leadership, Leadership Development

Inspiration & Why It Matters

By Carla Harris on August 4, 2017

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Inspiration comes from within. Act with positive energy, even when the going gets tough. When you are thoughtful and deliberate, you bring out the best in your team.

Posted in Blog, Executive Development, Leadership Development

Purposeful Leadership™: What Differentiates Better Leaders?

By Mark Hannum on June 20, 2017

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What sets great leaders apart? Matt Norquist and I had the opportunity to share some of our research findings in a recent webinar on Purposeful Leadership™. Read on for a summary and a link to the recording.

Posted in Blog, Executive Development, Leadership Development, Past Webinars

Don’t miss Tuesday’s webinar | New research reveals what differentiates the best leaders

By Sarah Breigle on June 2, 2017

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Our team has spent the last two years analyzing data from our body of work with nearly a million leaders over the last 30 years. And what we found might surprise you. Join us for a webinar on June 6 for an insider’s look at our research findings.

Posted in Blog, Executive Development, Leadership Development

Leading with purpose: 3 strategies for managing decision risk

By Paula Butte on May 24, 2017

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In times of change and transition, it’s easy to decide quickly and move forward. Purposeful leaders understand that they need to slow down and seek to understand more, even when it’s painful to do so. That means listening more and getting to the heart of what’s on people’s minds—even when you would really rather speak up and move on.

Posted in Blog, Executive Development, Inclusive Leadership, Leadership Development

It’s not you: Six ways organizations limit new leaders

By Madelyn Yucht on April 27, 2017

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I’ve witnessed hundreds of leaders experience these limitations as they transitioned into new roles. Some were able to wade through on their own; others needed to seek advice. Either way, make a conscious effort to be mindful of these within the context of your new role so that you address potential barriers upfront—and open up a whole new world of opportunity.

Posted in Blog, Executive Development

Why I don’t give motivational speeches to my employees—and neither should you

By Jim Estill on April 25, 2017

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The question you need to ask as a leader is not, “How do I keep inspiring my team?” It’s, “How do I get my team fully engaged, so they’re itching to move on to the next target?” It starts with getting clear on your why.

Posted in Blog, Executive Development, Leadership Development, Talent Management

Purpose Matters: Then, Now & Always

By Mark Hannum on March 28, 2017

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Linkage is preparing to introduce a new way to think about leadership based on our recent analysis of over 100,000 leaders worldwide. Ultimately, when we distilled the data points, we revealed five core areas—or commitments—that are vital to every leader’s success: Be purposeful, inspire, engage, achieve, and innovate.

Posted in Blog, Executive Development, Leadership Development

Celebrating Women

By Matt Norquist on March 8, 2017

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As I celebrate the women that I work alongside, and all women on International Women’s Day, I reflect on how honored I am to be surrounded by so many talented colleagues, clients, and friends. Here are a few ways that I’m proud of our company.

Posted in Blog, Executive Development, Inclusive Leadership, Women in Leadership

Not Sincerely, but Purposefully Yours.

By Matt Norquist on February 28, 2017

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Great leadership is ours—to be, to follow, to find, to create. Our recent research has shed light on the five key commitments that great leaders purposefully make and keep. What we found was startling. Leaders and leadership are not always truly successful by being strong or powerful.

Posted in Blog, Executive Development, Leadership Development

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