Archive for August, 2010

Want to Grow Your Business? Then Grab Your Pom Poms

August 31, 2010 2 Comments
Want to Grow Your Business? Then Grab Your Pom Poms

Guest Post by Adrian Gostick and Chester Elton Over the last few years, our series of business books has focused on “carrots,” our catch-phrase for recognition offered by leaders to appreciate the great work of their employees. And yet in a new 350,000-person study, we learned that the same practices of appreciation and recognition that [...]

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Student Branding Blog: Give Your Brand Some Flavors.me

August 30, 2010 0 Comments
Student Branding Blog: Give Your Brand Some Flavors.me

In my new post at The Student Branding Blog, I talk about how I am trying out a new software platform called Flavors.me. This is a simple application that lets anyone list at a single site their multiple social media activities. It is customizable, and some folks have created some very impressive pages, but mine [...]

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Leader Lab: The Narcissistic Leader

August 29, 2010 0 Comments
Leader Lab: The Narcissistic Leader

My post today over at The Leader Lab is entitled “Five Evidence-Based Outcomes of Both the Bright-side and the Dark-side of a Leader’s Personality.” This article is a follow-up to one I wrote last week entitled “Seven Things to Expect from Your Narcissistic Employee,” which was a big hit on SmartBrief on Leadership. In this [...]

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Be Bodacious: My Review

August 28, 2010 2 Comments
Be Bodacious: My Review

I got my copy of “Be Bodacious: Put Life In Your Leadership,” by Steven D. Wood free of charge from the publicist. When this thin book with a goofy title arrived, I was glad I did not pay for it. To be completely honest, I did not look forward to reading it. But now I [...]

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