Tag Archives: The Leadershift Gift

Leadership Gift Problem Solving Rule #1: When you discover a problem, report it first to the person who can do something about it. At first glance, this seems like purely obvious advice. But just think how much time and energy … Continue reading

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Years ago, I got to spend a day with prolific leadership writer, Professor Warren Bennis, who is also a The Leadership Gift™ master. The occasion was a week-long learning session about group genius. At one point, conflict arose among the 50+ participants … Continue reading

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Guest post by Jürgen De Smet As a passionate practitioner of The  Leadership Gift  at work, I’m constantly on stage — and I never take enough time to practice! For that reason we used our Co-Learning Leadership Retreat to extend … Continue reading

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In U.S. culture, when we claim to “intend” something, we’re usually making a conscious pledge — such as a stated goal. However, “intentionality” is always both conscious and unconscious, and the majority of our behavior is actually controlled unconsciously. If … Continue reading

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Last week we explored one way people with Leadership Gift skills can apply a heightened appreciation for productive relationships to advance their purpose in life (and at work). Two additional competencies wielded by those who live “on purpose” include their … Continue reading

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The Leadership Gift is much more than a set of techniques. It’s a way of being that extends way past the task of getting smart people to work together. People who apply the Leadership Gift have developed a heightened appreciation … Continue reading

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I have been researching and applying responsible leadership, teamwork, and change for 26 years all over the world, and I often get asked the same questions. This is the fifth post of a 5-part series in which I address the … Continue reading

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I have been researching and applying responsible leadership, teamwork, and change for 26 years all over the world, and I often get asked the same questions. This is the forth post of a 5-part series in which I address the … Continue reading

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I have been researching and applying responsible leadership, teamwork, and change for 26 years all over the world, and I often get asked the same questions. This is the third post of a 5-part series in which I address the … Continue reading

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I have been researching and applying responsible leadership, teamwork, and change for 26 years all over the world, and I often get asked the same questions. This is the second post of a 5-part series in which I address the … Continue reading

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