Executive LEADership

Jul
05

Leadership and EQ

“Inspiring, influencing, and nurturing people and groups.”  Let’s start this blog off with a few questions for you to consider: Who has been the biggest influence in your personal and professional life? Who nurtures you, personally and professionally? Do you realize that anyone you thought about as you answered these questions is actually an influencer […]

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Apr
10

Adaptability—Dot by Dot

“You can’t connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards. So, you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future . . . This approach has never let me down, and it has made all the difference in my life.” – Steve Jobs At some point during […]

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Aug
02

A Novel Look at Innovation

For many people, innovation is a term that is usually connected to imaginative individuals who accomplish extraordinary things. Da Vinci, Curie, and Tesla are such names we all recognize. Indira Gandhi, Bill Gates, and Oprah come to mind in more recent times. What you may not realize is that Innovativeness is an EQ characteristic that […]

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May
08

Building Bonds: EQ and the Generations at Work

Most of us know individuals with great emotional and relational competency, and those people can build bonds with others in ways that create synergy and long-term success.   So how can the rest of us improve this invaluable skill of relating to others so we too can build exceptional rapport and deep relational bonds? If you’ve […]

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Apr
10

Developing Others: Mentoring and EQ

Master + Model + Mentor = Ever-forward Transformation.  This is the three-step process LEADon encourages all leaders to follow as they strive to not only improve their own lives but also positively influence those they lead, personally and professionally.  Impacting the lives of others involves intentional development.  In EQ (Emotional Quotient) terminology, this falls under […]

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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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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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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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Our online EQ metric and 30+ online courses are all designed for your Personal, Team and Executive LEADership. LEADon® provides supplementary research-based resources The Leading Edge: 9 Strategies for Improving Internal and Intentional Leadership and Corporate Family Matters: Creating and Developing Organizational Dynasties. LEADon® also offers numerous blogs, podcasts and white papers on relevant topics for today’s exceptional leaders.

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