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Doug Conant

“Fear has its use but cowardice has none.” – Gandhi
Remember this mantra: you have the power to choose your response to any, and to every, situation.
Deal with mistakes swiftly, truthfully, and thoughtfully. And then move on. #LeadershipThatWorks
“You must serve your people so they can serve you” strategy-business.com/blog/Putting-H… via @RicherEarth
The true meaning of courage is facing the challenging emotions: anxiety, vulnerability or even loss on.inc.com/2vtuGlg @SteveTobak
Sometimes we have to look hard to observe true courage in others, to find it within ourselves bit.ly/2u4uFE9
It’s hard to be courageous. But it’s the most human thing we can be. conantleadership.com/lead-with-cour…
“The thing you fear most has no power. Your fear of it is what has the power. Facing the truth really will set you free.” – @Oprah
No matter how complicated or dire the issue, sometimes ppl just need to hear from their leaders, "I'm right here." linkedin.com/pulse/leadersh…
In building trust with ALL stakeholders, do what you say you are going to do. trustacrossamerica.com/blog/?p=3310 via @@DougConant #trust
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Good habits have the power to transform your leadership. conantleadership.com/the-5-traits-h…
There will never be the "right time" to get started on achieving your goals. There's only now. linkedin.com/pulse/dont-bre…
The more you show up for yourself, the better you will be able to show up for others. #leadershipthatworks
“Champions keep playing until they get it right.” – @BillieJeanKing conantleadership.com/26-tough-minde…
“If you believe you can change – if you make it a habit – the change becomes real.” –Charles Duhigg, author of "The Power of Habit" @cduhigg
In business, as in life, we can’t make it alone. conantleadership.com/3-big-things-l…
Life lessons from our employment experiences are often our best source of leadership wisdom. @HelenRothberg PhD. ti.me/2vncE3V
.@IndraNooyi is the real deal. Read the 7 #leadership lessons she's gleaned from her 10 years as CEO of @PepsiCo linkedin.com/pulse/leave-cr…
What’s on the Minds of 1,379 Global CEOs? @PwC asked them abt growth, talent, trust, society, and more. conantleadership.com/8-best-leaders…
.@VictorPrinceDC says to put away your "WMDs" - Weapons of Mass Distraction. conantleadership.com/8-best-leaders…
Congrats to our friends @AmerWriteMuseum for being recognized as the #1 New Museum in the World! bit.ly/2uQH8KZ
“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” – Will Durant (paraphrasing Aristotle)
Work anxiety is manageable. Start with this simple habit. bit.ly/2tPtvMK via @GovExec
Thanks to my friend @susancain for the “shout-out” in this insightful Q&A about introverted leaders. #QuietRev globoforce.com/gfblog/2017/re…
8 of the Best Leadership Links to Read Right Now conantleadership.com/8-best-leaders… via @DougConant | Thanks for including @VictorPrinceDC guest post!
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Habits are formed by practice and repetition — by simply making better choices more often.
Mental Fatigue Can Affect You Physically; Diversity Is More Than a Buzzword; Put Your Phone Away - & more. conantleadership.com/8-best-leaders…
Why you should put your phone away, how to increase diversity, nobody's good at multitasking, and more. conantleadership.com/8-best-leaders…
.RT @DougConant: Why taking responsibility is always the best leadership choice: medium.com/@DougConant/wh…
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There are positive leadership habits to embrace, and negative habits to remove. on.inc.com/2tHh8CA via @Inc @cavejordans
The orgs that succeed in the long-term focus on high performance AND having a positive impact. douglasawilson.com/blogs/2017/7/2… via @nextdoug
Listening is one of the most important leadership skills. Here’s 6 ways to do it better. bit.ly/2skvx6t
“It takes a great man to be a good listener.” – Calvin Coolidge
Eschewing responsibility for self-preservation is a destructive path to travel. Particularly for the long-game. conantleadership.com/why-taking-res…
Thanks to #leadership champion @TanveerNaseer for celebrating TouchPoints as one of his recommended summer books bit.ly/2uFJXOi
“Leaders who listen are able to create trustworthy relationships that are transparent and breed loyalty.” bit.ly/2ub7tT3
“One of the most sincere forms of respect is actually listening to what another has to say.” – @BryantMcGill
Tanveer, thanks. Great list! Happy to be included. twitter.com/TanveerNaseer/…
Listen with both your head and your heart. conantleadership.com/are-you-listen…
Remember, when you're the leader, it’s not about you. It’s about everyone else -- *all* your stakeholders. linkedin.com/pulse/why-taki…
WOW. The @WSJ just reviewed #LeadYourselfFirst. What an honor. I love how it includes so many leaders we profiled. wsj.com/articles/why-l…
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When there’s a tough situation brewing, ppl don't want you to downplay it or coddle them. They want you to lead. conantleadership.com/why-taking-res…
I've discovered that the more I offer to help others, the more they do the same for me – & the more productive our relationship becomes.
To win in the marketplace, you must first win in the workplace. huffingtonpost.com/entry/10-cultu… #quotes @HuffPost
Own the issue, hold yourself and others accountable, make a plan to fix it, execute that plan, and move on. linkedin.com/pulse/why-taki…
Don't let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do. - John Wooden
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John, thanks for reading and passing along. twitter.com/JohnBaldoni/st…
 
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