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Accelerating Purposeful Leaders
We’re less than two weeks away from welcoming 500+ senior leaders from around the world for Linkage’s Global Institute for Leadership Development®. In preparation, we asked our team to share some helpful resources for you to think about in order to get the most out of your time with us.
Ultimately, it’s our ability to commit to a lifelong journey of becoming purposeful that allows us to effectively balance the day-to-day dilemmas—and unsolvable problems—that we’re faced with as leaders.
Pharmaceutical leader Sir Andrew Witty will receive the 2018 Warren Bennis Award for Excellence in Leadership at Linkage’s Global Institute for Leadership Development® (GILD) this October.
There are no rigid formulas for how to write your purpose statement as a leader, mentor or coach, but there are many helpful techniques to assist you. Here are seven thought-provoking questions to get you started.
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Despite good intentions, many leaders fall short of providing the one thing that teams need to succeed: inspiration. Here are a few thought starters to help you begin meaningful conversations with your team.
Today, I’m excited to share a short, powerful exercise that I did in one of the first leadership development workshops that I ever attended, many moons ago. It has since stood out in my mind as a defining moment in my own journey of discovery, and here’s why: it helped me uncover my motivation for leading—and for doing what I do every day.
Do you work in a purpose driven culture? Join bestselling author Dave Logan for a webinar on April 26 to see how your organization stacks up when it comes to being purposeful–and how you can create a more purposeful culture and ultimately, better results.
We have four major institutions around the world—NGOs, business, media, and government—and we don’t trust any of them. It’s our responsibility, as leaders, to step up and commit to creating trust. Here are four ways to start addressing this daunting topic with your team—to help you create a healthier environment.
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