Empathy’s Impact on the Bottom Line

A Wall Street Journal piece recently emphasized the positive impact empathy can have on individuals, especially in terms of improving relationships (see May 3rd, 2016 for the article It’s Worth Learning to Be More Empathetic).  And while few would disagree with a professor like Susan Kuczmarski from the executive education program at Northwestern University’s Kellogg […]

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Are You Still Listening?

If you are familiar with Pandora Radio, you probably recognize the question above that appears when you haven’t clicked your approval for song selections after some time has passed.  I’ve been contemplating this query a lot lately, as well as the brief statement that follows it:  “It’s no fun playing to an empty room”—especially in […]

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A LEGO-like Lesson on Corporate Rebuilding

Like many organizations that have endured the ups and downs of the economy since 2008, the Danish toymaker LEGO had to make some major adjustments in order to survive.  According to an article by Martin Lindstrom (see LEGO engineered a remarkable turnaround on its business. How’d that happen?), LEGO’s problems may have begun as far […]

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A Disneyesque Lesson: Failure Can Lead to Success!

When you hear the name Disney, the word ‘failure’ doesn’t pop into your mind.  Success, yes.  “The Happiest Place on Earth”—definitely!  What could this uber-profitable company possibly know about failure?

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Life Balance: Personally, then Professionally

Life balance:how do you know your life is not in balance? Many people sense a state of imbalance on their own. For instance, they realize they aren’t getting enough sleep, they’re eating too much, or they simply aren’t exercising. Other individuals discover they are out of whack thanks to friends and family who care enough […]

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Growth Mindset Meets EQ

“Growth Mindset” mania has hit America, and everyone from corporate executives to educational leaders are talking about the topic. Carol Dweck’s Mindset: A New Psychology of Success has stirred conversations about the ability every person has to keep learning, growing, and achieving in order to reach his/her full potential. And those of us at LEADon […]

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Leadership Lessons from the North Pole

Over the years, we have appreciated being involved with organizations during the holiday season. Many take time to celebrate your Corporate Family®—from reflecting on accomplishments to acknowledging employees for all of the contributions they’ve made during the preceding months. We’ve also shared this fun list of “leadership lessons” that we’ve complied, putting our own Corporate […]

By Rebecca Wilke | LEADing Edge Topics . What's Happening
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True Grit

You may have noticed that there’s been a lot of conversation lately about “grit.” This issue has arisen partly due to societal concerns about Millennials’ and their younger counterparts’, the so-called “911 Generation,” lack of resolve, determination, and perseverance. In reality, though, there are members of every generation in today’s workforce who could use more […]

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