Tag: followership

Citizenship At Work: My TEDxReno Video

June 10, 2013 10 Comments
Citizenship At Work: My TEDxReno Video

My TEDxReno video is now live. I have to tell you honestly that they had some problems with audio that day, starting with my talk. They edited out the entire front end of my talk, so I share it with you again below so you can know how it really started: “Ask not what your […]

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Don’t Make Your Work Look Too Easy

December 6, 2011 7 Comments
Don’t Make Your Work Look Too Easy

I’m very pleased to feature this guest post by Joel Garfinkle. Joel is recognized as one of the top 50 coaches in the U.S., having worked with many of the world’s leading companies, including Oracle, Google, Amazon, Deloitte, Ritz-Carlton, Gap, and Starbucks. He is the author of 7 books, including Getting Ahead: Three Steps to […]

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Five Beliefs Employees Hold About Leaders That Cause Silence

August 6, 2011 14 Comments
Five Beliefs Employees Hold About Leaders That Cause Silence

There is a difference between employees not speaking up at work because they don’t have anything to say about a specific issue and not speaking up because they fear the consequences of expressing their ideas. Managerial behavior can signal employees that it is unwise to speak up. But even when managers hold positive beliefs about […]

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Empowering Work Relationships

June 16, 2011 5 Comments
Empowering Work Relationships

Empowering work relationships View more presentations from Bret Simmons I’m speaking today to the OEM Team at Arvato Digital Services here in Reno. This is a custom presentation to meet their specific needs, so although I’m very familiar with the material, it’s still a new presentation for me. I’m going to start by presenting the […]

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