The Best Leaders Are Mindful—Here’s Why

By Deana LaFauci on January 23, 2019

Woman on mountain being mindful

For many of us, getting healthy, fit, and happy is a major priority for 2019. But, with so much attention paid to quick weight loss and fitness fads, it’s easy to forget that being healthy goes way beyond physical fitness.

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What is the Edge Effect? How collaborating helps us thrive.

By Shannon Bayer on December 18, 2018


The truth is that we all have the capacity to innovate and adapt–even in today’s hyper crazed and information-rich business world. The key is coming together in collaboration through the “edge effect” to leverage our differences.

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Good leadership can be simple but it’s never easy

By Bill Springer on August 27, 2015


Leadership expert, best-selling author, and longtime Linkage faculty member Marshall Goldsmith provides leadership advice that’s often elegant in its simplicity.

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Webinar Recording: Must-Haves to Successfully Coach and Empower Today’s Organizational Leaders

By Rory Cellucci on August 24, 2015


View this webinar recording to learn the critical factors for successful coaching outcomes.

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Leadership “training” is not enough

By Lonney Gregory on July 23, 2015


Training is only the first step in the learning process that can help you be a better leader.

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Phil Harkins interview: “One leader can have a profound effect on an organization” (video)

By Bill Springer on June 19, 2015

Linkage GILD co-chair Phil Harkins.

Phil Harkins has been studying the effects of leadership (both good and bad) on individuals, teams, and organizations for decades. And as Phil explains in this recent Trend Hunter interview, he founded Linkage on a very simple principle: one person–one leader–can have a profound effect on an organization.

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Leading in a very real crisis

By Bill Springer on June 17, 2015


This recent post on about being a business leader in a war-torn country provides unique perspective and valuable insight into how to lead in a real, life-threatening crisis that can also be applied in any sort of crisis.

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Give the gift of GILD

By Bill Springer on June 10, 2015


What do you want your leadership legacy to be? Now’s your chance to nominate a worthy colleague or friend to receive a free seat to the Global Institute of Leadership Development®, a highly regarded immersive leadership learning experience.

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6 daily habits for breakthrough success

By Danielle Lucido on May 12, 2015


In order to get somewhere new or become something bigger, you have to act or believe in ways you have never done before. You have to think differently.

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How to grow by cutting back

By Bill Springer on May 7, 2015


Longtime Global Institute for Leadership Development® faculty member and best-selling author Patrick Lencioni shares some vital leadership insight about the paradoxical need to cut in order to grow.

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