How to Give Your Team Energy They Need

Let's Grow Leaders

Lead like it’s the first time to give your team energy. Early in my career, I learned a vital leadership lesson about how to give your team energy. The post How to Give Your Team Energy They Need appeared first on Let's Grow Leaders.

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10 Ways to Manage Energy and Avoid Leadership Burnout

Let's Grow Leaders

You might just need a good night’s sleep – or you may need to make some changes to how you manage your energy as a leader. The post 10 Ways to Manage Energy and Avoid Leadership Burnout appeared first on Let's Grow Leaders. Feeling tired, burned out, or listless?

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Put Limits on Your Energy Drainers

Next Level Blog

One of my favorite things to talk about with my executive coaching clients is “What are your energy givers and your energy drainers?”. That’s almost always a useful conversation because when leaders are working through their agenda day after day it’s easy to lose sight of the kinds of work and people who either give them energy or drain their energy. They’re showing you who your energy givers are. On the flip side, review the record for energy drainers.

5 Ways to Unblock Leadership Energy

Let's Grow Leaders

I felt my energy drain as I drove toward the call center. The center’s results were stagnant– it was time to dig deeper. Joe’s energy ignited [.] The post 5 Ways to Unblock Leadership Energy appeared first on Let's Grow Leaders. accountability Change Communication confidence Culture Execution acupuncture blockages energy enouragement execution motivation

An Appropriate Event to Generate Energy

Steve Farber

Next week I’ll be speaking in New Orleans at the American Wind Energy Association ‘s annual meeting. And since “ Generate Energy ” is an Extreme Leadership practice, I think I’ll be in good company. The Wind Energy world is fascinating and particularly timely. Here’s how the association puts it: US is the world’s number one wind energy producer. Wind energy has a clear path to generate 20% U.S.

How energy companies can successfully embrace IIoT

Capgemini

Industrial Internet of Things technology continues to mature and energy companies are contemplating how to best take advantage. A change-management strategy, backed by executive leadership, is crucial to successfully implementing process improvements such as this.

My “Energy Project”

Let's Grow Leaders

For me, energy is a big factor in both whom I want to follow, and who I want on my team. Leaders with strong, positive, engaging energy inspire others towards [.]. Really Listen energy Energy Audit leader leadership teamAs I have been doing more writing, I have been paying a lot of attention to which leaders I find most inspiring–and why.

What is Resilient Leadership?

Experience to Lead

Resilient leaders are some of the greatest leaders, identified by their ability to persevere through the tough times and maintain energy levels under pressure. Resilient leadership helps people manage disruptive changes in an organization and adapt to challenges.

Your Energy Is Contagious (So Make Sure It’s Positive)

Steve Farber

Like it or not, as a leader you have a significant impact on the energy around you at work. Your ideal, therefore, is to display positive energy in everything you do. I know it’s a tall order; but, ultimately, the success of your company will depend on whether you can share this energy with others and foster consistent enthusiasm among your peers. So what will it take for you to generate energy throughout your company? Boredom is anathema to energy.

Frontline Festival August: Energy and Engagement

Let's Grow Leaders

Thought leaders around the world share their insights on energy and engagement. Managing Personal Energy and Engagement Jesse Lynn Stoner of the Seapoint Center, shares 7 Ways to Increase Your Own Engagement and Satisfaction Are you concerned about the [.] The post Frontline Festival August: Energy and Engagement appeared first on Let's Grow Leaders. Empowerment energy Frontline Festival motivation

How to Focus Your Time and Energy for Maximum Results

Let's Grow Leaders

You don’t have enough time and energy for everything on your list – and you never will. Your ability to focus your time and energy is key to your success. Focusing time and energy isn’t about managing time or the latest […]. The post How to Focus Your Time and Energy for Maximum Results appeared first on Let's Grow Leaders. You don’t have enough time and energy for everything on your list – and you never will.

37 Questions to Ask Yourself When Your Team Lacks Energy

Let's Grow Leaders

” If you’re full of energy, but your team looks like they need a good shot of red bull to get going, ask yourself these questions. 37 Questions to Ask Yourself if Your Team Lacks Energy. 16 Authors from around the world met through Social Media and discovered a shared passion, leadership. Today we announce the launch of our collaborative book, Energize Your Leadership. I was giving a keynote on Saturday to large group of administrative professionals.

10 Ways to Zap Energy and Squash Enthusiasm

Let's Grow Leaders

Low energy abounds. 10 Energy Zappers 1. The post 10 Ways to Zap Energy and Squash Enthusiasm appeared first on Let's Grow Leaders. Related Stories May 2013 Leadership Development Carnival In Defense of Wow: It’s Okay to Be Impressed 7 Unusual Ways to Motivate Your Sales Team. Culture Empowerment motivation Performance Recognition Results energy enthusiasm leadership Bad leaders suck life-force from their teams. They don’t mean too.

11 Inspiring Leadership Secrets from Bonsai

Let's Grow Leaders

As I’ve studied bonsai, I realized there are many leadership secrets available for leaders who want […]. The post 11 Inspiring Leadership Secrets from Bonsai appeared first on Let's Grow Leaders. Employee Engagement & Energy Relationships Winning Well employee growth growth leadership management own the ugly patienceA mature bonsai tree commands attention.

The Hidden Leadership Problem with Passion

Let's Grow Leaders

One problem with passion is that it’s no substitute for good leadership Passion is good. The post The Hidden Leadership Problem with Passion appeared first on Let's Grow Leaders. courageous cultures Employee Engagement & Energy Winning Well commitment Culture employee engagement leadership managementYou want team members who love their work and serve their customers with passion. We are big believers in the power of purpose.

Great Leadership Trains

Career Advancement

To get there, she knew she had to focus on growing her leadership skills. Within a couple of months, her boss had remarked about her growing leadership competencies and suggested she might be a prime candidate for a directorial position one day. If you want to aspire toward a career in leadership, work toward building and developing these characteristics. Great leaders have high energy. “Before you are a leader, success is all about growing yourself.

5 Leadership Lessons from Surfing

General Leadership

I learned and re-learned a few things while I was recovering my surfing legs, and those lessons are just as applicable to leadership as they are to surfing.… The post 5 Leadership Lessons from Surfing appeared first on General Leadership. Guest Posts chose the right person conserve energy engagement have fun Leadership Lessons Mickey Addison stay alert surfing “The best surfer out there is the one having the most fun” Phil Edwards.

The Future of Energy: North America – Part 2

Capgemini

Part two of our conversation with Randall Cozzens, North America Sector Head of Energy, Utilities, and Chemicals at Capgemini. How is the present oil crisis and public health emergency affecting energy transition plans in North America?

The Energy Efficiency of Trust & Vulnerability

Mills Scofield

When we don’t trust, we exert a lot of energy to keep up our guard, to continually assess and verify. This uses a lot of energy and time. When we trust, we re-allocate that energy and time to getting things done and making an impact. Being vulnerable is a way to preserve energy. When we trust, we re-allocate that energy and time to getting things done and making an impact. Energy Management raises the issue of perfection.

Leadership – No Talent Required

N2Growth Blog

Here’s the thing – the foundational elements of leadership require no skill or talent whatsoever. In today’s post I’ll share 6 leadership characteristics that require zero talent or skill. In the list that follows I’m going to share with you 6 leadership characteristics that require absolutely no talent or ability, but that must be present in order to succeed over the long-haul as a leader.

What No One Tells You About Leadership

Let's Grow Leaders

Welcome to the Hope Business If I could give a one-page orientation manual to every person who takes a management or leadership position, at the top of the page it would say: You may have taken this job for the money (it’s […]. The post What No One Tells You About Leadership appeared first on Let's Grow Leaders. confident humility Employee Engagement & Energy Winning Well hope leadership relationships team

Scrum Guide 2020: True leadership is an attitude

Scrum.org

The path towards true leadership. My opinion is there is no hard and fast rule for a safe path towards True Leadership. People expect differently from the core leadership – how can I move forward in my journey?

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The Energy Efficiency of Trust & Vulnerability: A Conversation

Mills Scofield

Thrilled that Switch and Shift is hosting another post where Carl Størmer and I riff on Trust, Vulnerabilty and Energy Efficiency. Culture Energy Innovation Leadership Strategy Trust Values Vulnerability yes, really!

Great Leadership Qualities

Career Advancement

Renae Asks: I’m trying to use my time wisely, and that means being strategic in the leadership training opportunities I pursue, as well as the ones I set up for the team I manage. Joel Answers: Let’s start by demystifying what leadership actually means. To many, leadership is an elusive role. Anyone with the motivation to lead can develop core leadership qualities. Poor leadership can lead a company to failure. “Leaders aren’t born, they are made.

21st Century Leadership - Prologue

Scrum.org

A number of people inside and outside Scrum.org collaborated with me in 2018 and early 2019, to talk about 21st-century executive leadership. Some people contributed independently, some built on work I had been doing since 2015, some of us leveraged the work of Ron Eringa and Ryan Ripley with their Professional Agile Leadership - Essentials class. 21st-century executive leadership, what to stop doing .

What I Appreciate Most About Your Leadership

Let's Grow Leaders

The other night I heard a fantastic leadership best practice. The post What I Appreciate Most About Your Leadership appeared first on Let's Grow Leaders. Related Stories The Dumpster Effect Cross-Training to Strengthen Leadership Skills 5 Ways to Unblock Leadership Energy. Communication Culture energy Help People to Grow Mentoring motivation appreciate appreciation leadership recognition teamwork

Impatience as a Leadership Virtue

Let's Grow Leaders

The post Impatience as a Leadership Virtue appeared first on Let's Grow Leaders. Related Stories How to Become a More Energetic Leader Great Leadership Produces Great Results. But… 10 Ways to Zap Energy and Squash Enthusiasm. accountability confidence energy Results Vision getting stuff done impatience results urgency

Cross-Training to Strengthen Leadership Skills

Let's Grow Leaders

The post Cross-Training to Strengthen Leadership Skills appeared first on Let's Grow Leaders. Related Stories 60 Reasons Leaders Stop Learning Leadership Development Made Easy Build Your Leadership Prototype. Creativity energy grow your career Help People to Grow cross training leadership leadership development personal development skill building Today’s cross-training moment is a guest post from David Tumbarello.

Leadership – No Talent Required

N2Growth Blog

Here’s the thing – the foundational elements of leadership require no skill or talent whatsoever. In today’s post I’ll share 6 leadership characteristics that require zero talent or skill. In the list that follows I’m going to share with you 6 leadership characteristics that require absolutely no talent or ability, but that must be present in order to succeed over the long-haul as a leader.

One Awful (but Common) Leadership Practice and What To Do Instead

Let's Grow Leaders

It’s nearly a leadership cliché: “Don’t bring me a problem without a solution.” Communication Energy & Engagement Results & Execution Winning Well coaching critical thinking leadership management problem solving relationships resultsYou’ve probably been on the receiving end of a harried manager barking these words at you. You may even have said them yourself. I’ve delivered many keynote programs and […].

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Leadership Interview: Connecting With People is The Key Competency

N2Growth Blog

JH: What is the number one leadership competency required in this fast-paced, unpredictable world we now find ourselves in? . An example could be that you notice a teammate who has been underperforming and lacking energy.

Energy ala Kineticom

Steve Farber

Taking a lesson from Kineticom, here’s a good exercise to get this decade started right: In your own voice, your own words, describe what you and yours are going to do to embody “infectious energy&# in the way you work and live.

Why Energy and Utilities must scale intelligent automation today

Capgemini

Today, however, energy and utilities can’t afford to be sluggish. That’s according to a new report, “Intelligent Automation in Energy and Utilities: The Next Digital Wave.” Intelligent automation – rules-based technologies, including artificial intelligence (AI) and robotic process automation (RPA) – will empower energy and utility companies in core areas. It saw significant energy savings in its first trial. Centralize leadership, governance, and execution.

Unleashing Your Leadership Presence …

The Empowered Buisness

In 1987, I flew to LA to a women’s leadership conference for one reason only. Leadership p resence includes character, charisma and self-confidence YET is much more. People with large presence actually exert a magnified energy field or aura. The BIG question is … How can YOU develop your own leadership presence? According to quantum physics, every living creature has an energy field or space. That’s right … their energy is in your space.

Experts Chime in on “Energizing Leadership:” A Frontline Festival

Let's Grow Leaders

Our May Festival is all about energizing leadership. We often plough so much energy into the big picture, we forget the pixels. Wally Bock of Three-Star Leadership tells us time off is good for you and your team. ” Leadership is like that. Leadership must be renewed from within. Susan Mazza of Random Acts of Leadership advises that the ability to generate energy consistently over time has the power to elevate you to your potential as a leader.

How to LEAP Into Extreme Leadership

Steve Farber

They attack their work with a contagious energy. That’s leadership worth following. You just have to lead with Love, Energy, Audacity, and Proof – otherwise known as LEAP. Here are a few ways to LEAP immediately into Extreme Leadership: Cultivate Love – Do what you love in the service of people who love what you do. Generate Energy – Generate more energy when you walk into a room than when you walk out.

Sarcasm is Not a Leadership Competency

Let's Grow Leaders

I’m not sure why so many people in positions of power think sarcasm is a leadership competency. It drains energy. Sarcasm and humor at another’s expense create doubt and negative energy. Communication Energy & Engagement humor at work sarcasm TrustSure a quick wit, used well, can energize the team and lighten the load.

How to Stop Remote Work from Stealing Your Life

Let's Grow Leaders

Employee Engagement & Energy Leading Remote Teams Winning Well remote leadership remote teams work from home working from home

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2015 Leadership Predictions:

The Empowered Buisness

Do you know how current trends will change the face of leadership in your company? Is your company ready to meet the new leadership challenges in the coming years? Are you aware of how leadership is evolving to respond to those trends? Below are my 2015 leadership predictions – threats, trends and opportunities – that will change the world of leadership as we know it today. As a result, millennials are being pushed into leadership roles before they are ready.

Leadership and Change: Why Resilience is the Key to Success

thoughtLEADERS, LLC

Resilience is a source of energy to move forward and make an impact. Books Guest Blogger LeadershipResilience is key to success for leaders. Five strategies can develop your resilience. Today’s post is by Beth Kennedy, author of Career ReCharge (CLICK HERE to get your copy).