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Doug Conant

.@PorathC found that employees who felt respected by their leaders reported 92% greater focus & prioritization.…
Emotional skills can be learned & developed. @Bill_George offers a helpful primer.… #LeadershipThatWorks
“When your values are clear to you, making decisions becomes easier.” – Roy E. Disney
Our behavior in the smallest of moments can have tremendous impact. via @susancain @livequiet
Without a clear code that guides you, you may not behave consistently, and employees may regard you as wishy-washy or untrustworthy.
When facing tough decisions, a helpful thing to do is measure your choices against your values and beliefs.
Do you know your code? Your code can act as your compass and can masterfully guide your decisions.
Leadership that works is more than just a job. It’s a craft: honed with intention, practiced mindfully, and improved constantly.
Many leaders are aware of what they hope to *get* from their jobs, but are less clear on what they hope to *give*.…
@VU_Business Leaders Forum keynote speaker @DougConant shares outstanding leadership tips!
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Maintain focus on True North, implement everything within your control, let the rest go, believe in the plan and you…
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If you’ve got a plan, stick to it. If the situation changes — adapt. You don’t have to be perfect, you just have to keep going.
To some, leading with civility may be intuitive or obvious, but it’s difficult to put into practice
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Great article on organizational transformation from @JeffImmelt via @HarvardBiz
Set expectations, identify practices to bring those expectations to life, and then measure and reinforce your #civility initiative.…
It was a pleasure to be there! Always enjoy talking about #leadershipthatworks.…
One big thing people struggle to manage in leadership is change, not just adapting to it, but leading it from the top.
Great leaders clarify and articulate a higher purpose -- both for themselves and for their organization.
Enjoyed engaging with a great group of people today at @VU_Business #BLF2017.…
"Today's investors want financial return *and* sustainable values. It's not 'either/or' anymore" - Kathleen M. @Investinwomen @VU_Business
Civility may take a lot of time and effort, but it’s worth it. Enjoyed working on this w/ @PorathC:… @HarvardBiz
Looking forward to meeting with @VU_Business to talk about creating sustainable value today.
Would be remiss if I didn't send a big "thank-you" to @RaganComms for celebrating my practice of writing thank-yous…
Remembering that we must look inward to bring about outward change is essential.
The more you honor others with conscientious attention, the more they honor you right back with their commitment, hard work, and trust.
Interesting book about philanthropic giving. Highly recommend.… @HachetteUS @KirkusReviews
Many leaders are so entrenched in their own work that they lose sight of the opportunity to connect with people. Don't forget the people.
Are you prioritizing lifelong learning? @McKinsey says you'd better especially in the age of AI & robotics.…
“Change cannot be put on people. The best way to instill change is to do it with them. Create it with them.” – @LisaBodell
“If you do not change direction, you may end up where you are heading.” – Lao Tzu #managingchange
Highly recommend for any entrepreneur or biz owner: Entrepreneurial You by @dorieclark:
Are your performance reviews actually inspiring better performance?…
Do you practice "generative listening"? @mjasmus tells you how.…
It takes an average of 25 minutes to get back to your tasks after you have been distracted…
"Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can." - Arthur Ashe #MondayMotivation
Every interaction is an opportunity to lead: set high expectations, add clarity or offer help. The action is in the interaction. @DougConant
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.@rebecca_elvy explains persistence, @DanielGolemanEI debunks multitasking, @GallupNews helps yr performance reviews…
The "soft" stuff is the hard stuff. It takes real strength to choose compassion over judgement, listening over talking, courage over fear.
Develop a growth mindset and continue to self-improve…
The road to #leadership mastery begins with one simple question: What’s one thing I can do better tomorrow? Just one thing.
In biz, as in life, we can’t make it alone. As leaders, we rely on ppl to advance our agenda. Be there for them & they'll be there for you.
Every interaction is an opportunity to lead: to set high expectations, add clarity, or offer your help. The action is in the interaction.
Lots of fascinating insights in this month's roundup.… #LeadershipThatWorks
People have to come to work. They'd rather be in a high-trust environment than one w/ low-trust. It's up to you to build that environment.
You're going to make mistakes. Best thing to do is own up. Deal with it swiftly, truthfully, and thoughtfully. And then move on. #leadership
How do we hold people accountable in a way that is more accurate, helpful & inspiring?… via@GallupNews
I'm live now answering Qs! Normally, these are private Q&As (only for boot camp participants) but this one's open:…
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