Is your leadership jacket too small?

Is your leadership jacket too small?

Back in college, my dorm decided to have a junior high themed night. Complete with time at to the roller rink, followed by time at the mall. And lots of music. Initial suggestions for the mixtape included: Chicago's "You're the Inspiration" REO Speedwagon's "Can't...

6 Best Practices for Virtual Conference Speakers

6 Best Practices for Virtual Conference Speakers

The success of a virtual event depends primarily on the content. In particular, it’s important to include speakers and topics that resonate with the audience and leave a lasting impression. Corporations and nonprofits should understand that enlisting great speakers...

From Team Leaders to Board Chairs: 6 Best Leadership Habits

From Team Leaders to Board Chairs: 6 Best Leadership Habits

Nonprofits are run by leaders at all levels. From project managers all the way to board members and executive directors, competent leaders are what keep organizations running and fulfilling their missions of helping as many people as possible. Ultimately, an...

It won’t be like it was – leading through change

It won’t be like it was – leading through change

I often work with leaders of organizations that are on the cusp of growth. They're in the "messy middle" of not being a startup any more but not yet having the structure they need for the next stage of growth. A stage where leaders should be able to celebrate...but...

How 2021 is different from 2020 for leaders

How 2021 is different from 2020 for leaders

As we enter the last week of 2020, I've been thinking about how weird our conception of time is. Good-bye 2020 Pretty soon, 2020 will be in the past. It's amazing to see how many people are excited by this. I've seen posts celebrating the end of 2020 for weeks now....

Final Sign off on The Surprising Gift of Doubt!

Final Sign off on The Surprising Gift of Doubt!

Today was is a big day! We're celebrating signing off on the final proofs of Marc's new book The Surprising Gift of Doubt! This book gives a surprising twist to the doubt that leaders feel. Based on his study and years of working with executives and other leaders,...

Managing Teams – Remote and Collocated – During a Pandemic

Managing Teams – Remote and Collocated – During a Pandemic

Managing remote teams is a persistent leadership challenge that has been intensified by the Covid pandemic. Clearly, leaders and employees now have to get clear on how they define "success" for each role. Is it time on task? Or specific outcomes? But focusing...

3 Tips for Growing Leaders at Your Organization in 2020

3 Tips for Growing Leaders at Your Organization in 2020

The leader’s journey comes with struggles for everyone, and especially so during times of instability like now. With COVID-19 encouraging or requiring all nonessential workers to stay home, and the virus adversely affecting the global economy, you’ve likely had to...

Developing A Well-Rounded Compensation Plan: A Modern Guide

Developing A Well-Rounded Compensation Plan: A Modern Guide

For HR professionals and leaders in any field, developing a well-rounded compensation package is a top priority. Your compensation strategy heavily affects employee retention and engagement rates and should be created to support your business as it grows. However, it...

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