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The Paradox of Leadership Control

The Paradox of Leadership Control

This DATIS Blog Article, “The Paradox of Leadership Control”, was originally posted by Wally Bock’s Three Star Leadership on January 26th, 2017 and was reposted with permission. Jenna longed for the good old days, when she was an individual contributor. She always thought she wanted to be a manager, but it turned out to be not as good as she expected. When she was an…
Why Leaders Must Prioritize Health and Wellness

Why Leaders Must Prioritize Health and Wellness

This DATIS Blog Article, “Why Leaders Must Prioritize Health and Wellness“, was originally posted by Skip Prichard, Skip Prichard Leadership Insights, on January 25th, 2017 and was reposted with permission. Prioritize Your Health Leaders are especially vulnerable to stress. Often leaders put others first and sacrifice their own wellbeing in the process. That’s not a recipe for long-term success and often results in failure. Danielle Harlan, PhD…
Don’t Jump The Career Gun: Progressing In Your Current Role Could Be The Answer

Don’t Jump The Career Gun: Progressing In Your Current Role Could Be The Answer

This DATIS Blog Article, “Don’t Jump The Career Gun: Progressing In Your Current Role Could Be The Answer“, was originally posted by Chantal Bechervaise, Take It Personel-ly, on January 20th, 2017 and was reposted with permission. Lots of people feel like they’re undervalued in their current jobs. That could be because they aren’t happy with the progress they’ve made. It can also happen when you work…
7 Ways to Be the Employee You Want to Have

7 Ways to Be the Employee You Want to Have

This DATIS Blog Article, “7 Ways to Be the Employee You Want to Have“, was originally posted by Kevin Eikenberry, Leadership & Learning with Kevin Eikenberry, on January 16th, 2017 and was reposted with permission. Anytime I am with leaders (which is most days), I will get asked some version of this question: “How do I get my team members (or a specific team member) to…
Why You Should Have a System of Goals

Why You Should Have a System of Goals

This DATIS Blog Article, “Why You Should Have a System of Goals”, was originally posted by Wally Bock’s Three Star Leadership on January 12th, 2017 and was reposted with permission. Over the New Year’s weekend, I was going through some old papers, figuring out which ones to feed to the shredder, when I came upon several sets of my goals from many years ago. In one…
5 Signs Your Top Performers Are Going To Quit And What You Can Do To Retain Them

5 Signs Your Top Performers Are Going To Quit And What You Can Do To Retain Them

This DATIS Blog Article, “5 Signs Your Top Performers Are Going To Quit And What You Can Do To Retain Them“, was originally posted by SmartTribes Institute and was reposted with permission. How many of your top performers have quit, leaving you, their leader, wondering why or what happened? People will quit before they ask for what they want or tell you what is wrong. That’s…
5 Thieves of Happiness

5 Thieves of Happiness

This DATIS Blog Article, “5 Thieves of Happiness“, was originally posted by Skip Prichard, Skip Prichard Leadership Insights, on January 4th, 2017 and was reposted with permission. Be Happier This Year What if happiness was your natural state? What if we are seeking something on the outside that is found on the inside? How do you recognize and lock out the five thieves that want to steal your happiness?…
Are Great Company Leaders Born or Made? Why it Matters For Recruiters

Are Great Company Leaders Born or Made? Why it Matters For Recruiters

This DATIS Blog Article, “Are Great Company Leaders Born or Made? Why it Matters For Recruiters“, was originally posted by Chantal Bechervaise, Take It Personel-ly, on January 5th, 2017 and was reposted with permission. The question of whether great leaders are naturally born or created through a combination of environment, circumstance and effort has long been debated. There are strong, compelling arguments to back up either side,…
Are You Playing Offense or Defense?

Are You Playing Offense or Defense?

This DATIS Blog Article, “Are You Playing Offense or Defense?“, was originally posted by Kevin Eikenberry, Leadership & Learning with Kevin Eikenberry, on January 2nd, 2017 and was reposted with permission. I recently read this question somewhere, and it stuck with me. The more I thought about it, the more convinced I was that it is a valid question for us to ask as individuals and as…
What’s Your Story for 2017?

What’s Your Story for 2017?

This DATIS Blog Article, “What’s your story for 2017?”, was originally posted by Wally Bock’s Three Star Leadership on December 29th, 2016 and was reposted with permission. New Year’s is a time for resolutions and goals and all manner of plans. Let me suggest an alternative. Block out the story of what you want to do in 2017. Start by looking backward. Your 2017 story…