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We’re excited to share that our Purposeful Leadership research is featured in the latest issue of AMA Quarterly. Read an excerpt from: “The 5 Key Commitments of Leadership” (pp 10–13).
Creating your life the way you want, so that you feel a sense of certainty from it, requires a commitment to yourself to take actions every day. There are no magic buttons or pills that will get you there.
Your job may require you to spend most of your day talking with others, which means sitting, sitting, and more sitting. That’s not OK. Too much sitting will decrease your effectiveness. Here are a few ways that you can get on the move.
In “Leading While Young: 10 Takeaways For Millennial Managers” on Forbes.com, Linkage CEO Matt Norquist offers his own experience and candid advice for embracing age and focusing on what really matters as a young leader.
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There is probably a reason why you haven’t delegated before, so it would be silly to think you can wave a magic wand and start. In this two-part series, we’re sharing four proven steps to set you up for success.
What an incredible week! 500 leaders from around the world convened for our 20th Global Institute for Leadership Development® in Palm Desert, CA, for five days of immersive learning. We’ve boiled it down to 10 statements and questions that make you really think about your responsibilities as a leader, both to yourself and to others.
Any substantial anniversary inspires moments of reflection. For me, as we kick-off the 20th anniversary of Linkage’s Global Institute for Leadership Development® (what we call GILD), I pause to think about the tens of thousands of leaders who’ve been impacted by Linkage and this global immersion learning experience. As we take it all in and absorb as much as we can from those around us, we also have a unique opportunity to reflect on our own paths as leaders and to build greater self-awareness. This process begins when we commit to being truly aware of the impact of our reactions and the influence we have on others.
December is a natural time for reflection as we at Linkage look ahead to the New Year, and as we look back with gratitude to those we have worked with, exchanged ideas with, and learned with this year.
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