Our Top 5 Posts from 2015

By Sarah Breigle on January 13, 2016

How will you think about and plan for what’s next for you this year? The adage: leadership is a journey, not a destination has proven true time and time again. That’s probably why topics like self-awareness and emotional intelligence seem to stay top of mind for you, our readers.

We each have the opportunity to create a remarkable, lasting impact on the world around us—and to transform how we show up every day—as spouses, partners, daughters, sons, sisters, brothers, and friends. We’re hoping that our top five posts from 2015 will help you do this and kick-start your leadership journey this year.

1. IQ gets you hired. Emotional intelligence gets you promoted.

It may sound trite, but it’s true: what got you here won’t get you there. Learn what role self-awareness plays in helping you achieve what’s next.

2. The toxic effects of communication triangulation

Do you fall into the practice of talking to person B when you have a message for person A? You’re not alone. Here are eight communication practices to help you start off the New Year right.

3. 6 daily habits for breakthrough success

In order to get somewhere new or to step into that new role you’ve wanted, you have to act or believe in ways you have never done before, and think differently. Here are a few tips to get you started.

4. Why I’m Here: The Power of Purpose

Sometimes purpose is a lifelong pursuit, but other times purpose is momentary. Ultimately, it is about viewing each day as a chance to practice so that we can win in everyday life.

5. How do men and women show up differently as leaders?

Hear one leader’s candid account of how some very powerful conversations at a recent company meeting created personal transformation.

Posted in Blog, Leadership Development, Talent Management, Top 5 posts, Top 5 posts of the month

About Sarah Breigle

Sarah Breigle is an avid supporter of all-things marketing at Linkage, a content marketer, and an aspiring author. When she's not editing the blog, she can be found following the latest news about any and all equestrian sports and spending time with her husband and son exploring New England.

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