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Author: Bruce Langevin

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From team leadership, to self-leadership, to all things empowerment and much more, these podcast combine current research with hands on experience and wisdom for lasting success.
10 Episodes
Many organizations and leaders have vision and values, but only in the best does that vision truly galvanize people and result in better performance. Why? Because often that vision either is not compelling enough, or leaders fail to act consistently with the goal they have set out.
When Risk Makes Sense

When Risk Makes Sense


To think it’s possible to live a risk free life, let alone have a risk free career, is to be like an ostrich with one’s head in the sand. So a couple questions – Are you playing it too safe and getting nowhere fast? Are you stuck in the comfort zone hoping to have a mistake-free, loss-free and stress-free life?
A recent survey indicated that just one-fifth of employees reported feeling strongly valued at work. And like many similar articles over the years, the underlying suggestion is that employee happiness is the responsibility of companies and their managers. What do you think?
Responsibility and accountability are aspects of ownership. Only those who feel a true sense of ownership in their organizations will be sincerely responsible and accountable for their actions
Even the healthiest of teams experience failure - the problem is that many leaders do not know how to talk about team failures and resolve them.
We have all been asked at one time or another, to make a critical decision as to whether or not the ends justify the means. As with the global warming debate, transformational leaders need to care as much about how they accomplish their appointed tasks, as the accomplishments themselves.
We've always been told that we need to learn to play well with others - right? But do we really know why it is so important to our careers?
What if a mentor cannot be found? When mentors prove impossible to find, you need to find ways to adapt and reinvent yourself
Criticism Used Right

Criticism Used Right


Criticism is not always a bad thing. In fact, done constructively, it can produce positive changes in people, resulting in their personal and professional growth.
Leadership That Adapts

Leadership That Adapts


Much has been said about leadership styles - in the end, the best style is the one your team will respond to!
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