Julie Winkle Giulioni — February 5, 2018 Follow @julie_wg — February 5, 2018 In today’s highly complex and fast-paced environment, leaders constantly navigate a wide margin of error. Given globalization, heightened competition, and ever-shrinking budgets and cycle times, the potential for leaders to make mistakes is great. Some leaders err by commission—actively undertaking acts that … Continue reading Whoa! What are Today’s Most Common Leadership Mistakes?
Elizabeth Williams — February 5, 2018 Follow @bizmkter — February 5, 2018 One summer I coached one of my kids’ sports teams. (Okay, I was guilted into it by my friend, who had the more thankless task of convening U8 soccer). I admit I was kind of making it up as I went, and there … Continue reading Why You Need an Editorial Committee for Your Thought Leadership Program
Brian Basilico — February 1, 2018 Follow @bbasilico — February 1, 2018 Stock photo When thinking about thought leadership, you will need some of the tools and techniques that you can use to get your messages out there. One of the tools that I use is my podcast. Now, podcasting is not for everybody, just … Continue reading How A Podcast Can Help Influence Thought Leadership?
Elizabeth Williams — January 30, 2018 Follow @bizmkter — January 30, 2018 Last week we looked at the ruinous effects of the Bullshit Industrial Complex (BIC) on the original and authentic thought leadership produced by well-meaning people and good brands. This week, I’d like to talk about the value of our inside voices in building … Continue reading Boxers or Briefs: Why Thought Leadership is an Inside Job
Brian Basilico — January 25, 2018 Follow @bbasilico — January 25, 2018 Today I want to talk about becoming a thought leader. Maybe you already are a thought leader. Have you thought about becoming a thought leader? Well, today we’re going to discuss five things that can get in the way of thought leadership. … Continue reading 5 Things That Can Get In The Way of Thought Leadership
Elizabeth Williams — January 22, 2018 Follow @bizmkter — January 22, 2018 A recurrent theme among the Blognocracy in 2017 was the idea that we are at “peak content”. Meaning there is simply no more room out there for all the posts and blogs and books and videos and webinars and white papers and so … Continue reading Is Thought Leadership Dead?
Dave Brock — January 19, 2018 Follow @davidabrock — January 19, 2018 Broesis / Pixabay For some reason, articles on “Leaders must show vulnerability,” have been flooding my in-box recently. I get it, leaders must show vulnerability, but what does that mean? As I think of these articles and dozens of others on other leadership … Continue reading Leadership, Vulnerability, and Being Human
Matthew steele — January 11, 2018 — January 11, 2018 We’ve all seen news stories about bloated compensation for America’s top CEOs. The stunning (and growing) salaries beg the question – can one person be worth such an enormous amount of money? The Return on Leadership, a new book by business expert D.L. Brouwer describes … Continue reading The Return on Leadership
Rick Lepsinger — January 10, 2018 Follow @onpoint_llc — January 10, 2018 Stock photo The ability to manage change effectively is one of the five critical factors needed for effective execution. Yet, many organizations struggle with change management. In OnPoint Consulting’s annual Execution Gap Survey of 935 leaders in various organizations, it was found that … Continue reading Flexible Leadership: Responding to Changing Demands