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How Your Feedback Style is Determined by Your Generation

How would you answer the following questions: Do you ask for feedback on how you’re performing at your job? If you don’t get it, do you assume you’re doing a good job? Do you view getting invited to a meeting … Continue reading

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7 Benefits of FeedForward vs Feedback

by Marshall Goldsmith Here are seven reasons why managers and leaders like FeedForward and find it helpful as opposed to painful, embarrassing, or uncomfortable. Their answers offer a great explanation of why FeedForward can often be more useful than feedback as … Continue reading

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Choosing to Change and Staying Committed

by Marshall Goldsmith I’ve had the good fortune to work with some of the most successful people in the business world. One thing I’ve noticed about them is they have unflappable optimism – they believe they will succeed, even under … Continue reading

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Is Google Failing on Leadership Change Management?

It’s one thing to write in theory about leadership change management and another to see it in action. When you read this, think of how your own organization would manage change and the communication of it. Google engineer, Steve Yegge, … Continue reading

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Leaders of Turnarounds and Surviving Change

Editor’s Note: While this article is about CEOs the leadership advice applies to anyone in a leadership position. by Marshall Goldsmith When times are tough, becoming a new leader or CEO from outside the organization is both a blessing and … Continue reading

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Leaders Change Management to Innovate

“A natural optimist, I was only willing to see the good in everyone – including myself. I could see that when I wasn’t open to looking at my own dark side (those pesky weaknesses and overused strengths!). I lacked depth … Continue reading

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The Breakfast of Champions for Peak Performers

Know what this means:  (SQ) > R(C)? Alan Webber, the co-founder of Business Week said change happens when the cost of maintaining the status quo is greater than the risk of change. The key is in knowing when that tipping … Continue reading

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Can You Really Succeed?

Online Leadership Videos by Timothy R. Clark Henry David Thoreau observed, “It is as hard to see oneself as to look backwards without turning around.” I’m inclined to agree.  On a scale from 1-to-10, how would you rate yourself on … Continue reading

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What Really Drives Financial Success?

Gallup recently conducted a study of over 2000 business units in ten large corporations to gauge employee engagement. They asked the employees twelve questions designed to give managers feedback so they could take action to improve. An example is, “In … Continue reading

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