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The CEO Publication
9 CEO Pitfalls and How to Avoid Them
FEBRUARY 19, 2020

It can be addictive to be the smartest person in the room and the one with the most power. But when you’re someone others have to follow, it’s easy to forget about trying to be someone others choose to follow. Here are some measures a CEO or senior executive can take to avoid common pitfalls.  READ MORE

CLO Magazine
Commit Yourself to Learning
FEBRUARY 07, 2020

The only way to grow as a leader is to keep learning — and if you aren’t learning and growing, you’re just wasting away. READ MORE

Training Industry
The Ken Blanchard Companies Names Scott Blanchard as New President
JANUARY 02, 2020

The Ken Blanchard Companies®, global leader in management training and coaching, announced that its board of directors has named Scott Blanchard as the new president. READ MORE

British Airways
Five Principles to Apply When Problems Arise
DECEMBER 01, 2019

Learning how to be a great leader starts with learning how to accept and move on from failure. READ MORE

CLO Magazine
Leading Teams to High Performance
NOVEMBER 01, 2019

To meet the challenges of today’s complex working environment, more organizations are employing teams, not solo practitioners, to get the job done. READ MORE

HR Grapevine
Managing and Developing People to Be Their Best
NOVEMBER 01, 2019

Without proper leadership from their manager, most employees end up achieving only a moderate level of performance on key tasks. READ MORE

Surrey Business
Don’t Be a Middle of the Road Manager
OCTOBER 31, 2019

No one wants to be known as a “never there” leader — or worse, a micromanager. As a result, most managers tend to adopt a “middle of the road” leadership style that focuses a little bit on direction and a little bit on support. That might seem like a good idea on the surface, but in reality, that style only matches a team member’s needs 25% of the time. READ MORE

ATD Insights Blog
Research: The Top 5 Characteristics of Servant Leaders
OCTOBER 17, 2019

In their academic paper “Identifying Primary Characteristics of Servant Leadership,” researchers Adam Focht and Michael Ponton share the results of a Delphi study they conducted with scholars in the field of servant leadership. READ MORE

ATD Insights Blog
Creating a Well-Designed Learning Journey
OCTOBER 09, 2019

A well-designed learning journey takes great content and structures it in a way that provides a fun, engaging, and culturally relevant experience for participants. READ MORE

Surrey Business
Are You an Emotionally Aware Leader?
OCTOBER 09, 2019

Craig Weber, author of Influence in Action: How to Build Your Conversational Capacity, Do Meaningful Work, and Make a Powerful Difference, explores the meaning and importance of conversational capacity for strong leaders. READ MORE