The LEADing Blog

Jan
03

Trustworthiness: Maintaining Standards of Honesty and Integrity

At LEADon we’re often asked: “If I could simply work on one of the 25 characteristics of Emotional Quotient (EQ), which one should it be?”  This is a great question—and, according to many business experts, there’s a simple answer:  Trustworthiness. Why is trustworthiness such an essential characteristic on which leaders should focus? Perhaps the opening […]

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Oct
05

Optimism Impacts Your Emotional Competence

Most of us would probably agree that it’s great to be around people who are optimistic, especially at work.  These silver-lining, sunshiny people simply seem to radiate happiness—and, no matter how dismal the day may be, they tend to find at least one positive aspect to focus upon.  While on occasion their ebullient attitude can […]

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Sep
05

The Power of One

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the leadership impact that one person can have, especially after watching a video clip of an Olympic athlete from years ago.  More on that later.  The main question that has been bouncing around my brain is this:  Can one person really make a difference?  And, with all of […]

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Aug
03

Corporate Communication

Communication is a fundamental term that crosses cultures, countries, and communities.  Indeed, after a quick Google search, over 1.4 billion connections were found for this word that refers to the “imparting and exchanging of information.” The concept of communication is also essential in corporate communities. Why?  First and foremost, because every Corporate Family® consists of […]

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Jul
11

Fast-tracking Relationships

Leaders who’ve interacted with LEADon for any amount of time quickly learn two tenets we share about relationships based on years of professional research: “Relationships are the center of the universe—without relationships nothing you do really matters.” “Relational equity is the most important asset you will ever possess.” Think about those two statements for a […]

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May
22

First Responder—or Non-Responder?

The concept of “First Responder” evokes powerful images, especially for many American citizens who recall all-too-vividly the tragic events of September 11th, 2001.  For some of us, we’ve also been directly impacted by first responders, those individuals defined as “people who are among those responsible for going immediately to the scene of an accident or […]

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Mar
28

Celebrating Your Corporate Family®

Can you imagine spending an entire lifetime with your parents and siblings—yet rarely celebrating anything together?  How about gathering as a family for a holiday once every fifty years? Or maybe there’s a special achievement—but why not wait a few decades to recognize it? This sounds completely ridiculous, right?  After all, what family would ever […]

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Feb
09

Wanamaker: An American Success Story

Who doesn’t like a great success story?  The Wanamaker family represents one of those triumphs in American business history, but you may not be familiar with the name in the 21st century unless you are a cinema buff and recall a quick reference in the classic Miracle on 34th Street. Perhaps the Wanamaker moniker rings […]

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