Leadership Development

An Olympic athlete, a best-selling author…and the rest of us

By Matt Norquist on August 18, 2015


I’ve been lucky enough to know a handful of people who are the very best in the world at what they do. And they provide valuable insight on how to achieve peak performance in business and in life.

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Webinar Recording: Change Leadership: Next-Generation Strategies to Boost Performance

By Rory Cellucci on August 17, 2015


Learn from Dr. Serhat TATLI as he explains why so many change initiatives commonly fail and the innovative ways he’s found to help companies of all sizes and industries change to produce greater results.

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Academy Award-winner Geena Davis will co-chair our Women in Leadership Institute

By Bill Springer on August 13, 2015

Geena Davis

Geena Davis has seen the impact our Women in Leadership Institute™ can make on the lives and careers of women, and she’s going to be presenting at this year’s event in Phoenix, Arizona, from November 2-5.

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Top 5 posts from July

By Bill Springer on August 7, 2015


It’s easy to see why Susan MacKenty Brady’s story about watching the hit Disney movie Inside Out with her daughters was July’s most-viewed post.

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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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Leadership insight from the Supreme Court ruling on marriage equality

By Sarah Bettman on July 22, 2015


In our research, the best leaders are often the most inclusive ones. They recognize their privilege, mitigate the negative impacts of it, and use it to pull people into an open dialogue whenever possible.

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Want innovative answers to complex problems? Ask “What?” not “Why?”

By Lonney Gregory on July 17, 2015


Asking “What would happen if…” is the most powerful way to begin understanding the difference between the current state and some future state an organization wants to achieve.

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Inside Out and disgust…fuel of the inner critic

By Susan MacKenty Brady on July 10, 2015


Disney’s blockbuster Inside Out can be a valuable leadership tool. It makes talking about our inner voices and our capacity to know and manage ourselves easier than ever.

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Is your organization suffering from “climate change?”

By Stu Cohen and Briana Goldman on June 26, 2015


We’ve come to realize that climate change is quite simply, the ultimate change event. And while we’ve known about climate change for a long time now, it’s happening faster than we can successfully manage. Turns out, this same phenomenon affects many organizations.

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Developing leaders who make a difference

By Bill Springer on June 23, 2015


Linkage consultants are always pretty busy, but two in particular have been especially busy recently, writing for publications like Forbes and Training Industry magazine.

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