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2 Visionary Questions Leaders Need to Ask

Visionary leadership, more than ever, is needed today. When people fail to dream, to envision the potential of tomorrow, they grow desperate. A hope-filled vision for the future is the most powerful antidote to overcoming—overcoming shortfalls, barriers, excuses,...

3 Practical Steps To Increase Your Authenticity

We have all heard that authenticity matters to our leadership. So, how do I develop myself to be more authentic? If there’s one thread that runs through the fabric of one’s character and the goal to be an effective, inspirational leader it is authenticity—seeking to...

How to React When You are Rejected

Jia Jiang shares three things you can do when you experience rejection.Years after Jia Jiang began his career in the corporate world, he became an entrepreneur and discovered everyone’s biggest fear: rejection. To conquer his fear, Jiang embarked on a journey and...

9 Characteristics of Hope-Filled Leaders

The importance of hope cannot be overstated. Hopeful leaders instill confidence in others that a better future is possible. Hopeful leaders are constantly and relentlessly in pursuit of what ought to be. Leading in hopeful anticipation of that which will come to...

3 Simple Tools for Vision Casting

Companies, teams and communities do not blindly stumble into greatness. For remarkable goals to be achieved…for a tremendous success to be accomplished…for a community of people to rally and overcome tremendous odds—it always begins with vision! Vision is the distance...

The Joys and Dangers of Leading with Your Heart

“Krish, you wear your heart on your sleeve.” People often say this to me, and I am not sure it is meant as a compliment. But I take it as one anyway. I would rather be emotionally free and vulnerable than inviolable but trapped. Leading with heart is my natural...

Life Habits – Listen to People

Business leader Bozoma Saint John shares about the importance of listening to people. Bozoma Saint John is Chief Marketing Officer for Endeavor, a global leader in entertainment, sports and fashion operating in more than 30 countries. Over the course of her career,...

The Four Voices of a Communicator

Jeff Henderson teaches about the four voices you can use to build effective presentations and become a better communication. Jeff worked in marketing with the Atlanta Braves, Callaway Gardens, Lanier Islands and Chick-fil-A, Inc where he led the company’s regional and...

Staying Emotionally Healthy as a Leader

Jo Saxton explains the key aspects of your life that you need to monitor to stay emotionally healthy in your leadership.Born to Nigerian parents and raised in London, England, Jo Saxton brings a multicultural and international perspective to leadership. She has served...

Questions to Identify Your Passion

Todd Henry identifies three key questions you should ask yourself as you are working to identify your life’s passion.odd Henry teaches leaders and organizations how to establish practices that lead to everyday brilliance. As host of The Accidental...

5 Principles to Become a Generational Leader

Growing up in a multi-generational home in Southern India, I watched my parents and grandparents plan and act with generational continuity in mind. They worked and saved for future generations. They intentionally imparted family values into the next generation. They...

Do This Every Day to Combat Drift

I don’t know a single leader who made a conscious decision to get 30 pounds overweight. I also don’t know a leader who got married with the intention of one day getting a divorce. I’ve also never met a leader who woke up and said, “Today, I’m going to compromise some...

Stop Motivating Your Teams and Do This Instead

Life isn’t about finding yourself. It’s about creating yourself. – George Bernard Shaw Motivating your team is one of the holy grails of leadership. When a team or person isn’t motivated, you begin to hear complaints like this: “This organization is getting too big.”...

Do you Really Value People? 4 Ways to Find Out.

I want to let you in on a little leadership secret. Every leader values people. But very few leaders really value people. On the one hand, every leader I know values people. They value people primarily for the pragmatic reason that they need people to achieve their...

6 Strategies to Empower Your Team Members

I read a book once about Adolf Hitler, and I remember in particular this story: When the evil despot wanted to hire a chauffeur, he interviewed 30 people for the job, according to author Robert Waite. He selected the smallest of the bunch—a man so short he required...

4 Assumptions That Limit Your Leadership Potential

More and more people recognize the value of good leadership, yet not many work to become better leaders. Why is that? Despite the widespread prevalence of leadership books and classes, many people think leadership isn’t for them. Maybe it’s because they make one of...

Fingerprints: 5 Steps to Creating Collective Vision

Being the husband of an awesome wife, who happens to be a forensic scientist and a former crime scene investigator, comes with advantages and disadvantages. THE ADVANTAGE: Her research, work and stories are fascinating! To hear about the role forensic science plays in...

2 Visionary Questions Leaders Need to Ask

Visionary leadership, more than ever, is needed today. When people fail to dream, to envision the potential of tomorrow, they grow desperate. A hope-filled vision for the future is the most powerful antidote to overcoming—overcoming shortfalls, barriers, excuses,...

3 Practical Steps To Increase Your Authenticity

We have all heard that authenticity matters to our leadership. So, how do I develop myself to be more authentic? If there’s one thread that runs through the fabric of one’s character and the goal to be an effective, inspirational leader it is authenticity—seeking to...

9 Characteristics of Hope-Filled Leaders

The importance of hope cannot be overstated. Hopeful leaders instill confidence in others that a better future is possible. Hopeful leaders are constantly and relentlessly in pursuit of what ought to be. Leading in hopeful anticipation of that which will come to...

3 Simple Tools for Vision Casting

Companies, teams and communities do not blindly stumble into greatness. For remarkable goals to be achieved…for a tremendous success to be accomplished…for a community of people to rally and overcome tremendous odds—it always begins with vision! Vision is the distance...

The Joys and Dangers of Leading with Your Heart

“Krish, you wear your heart on your sleeve.” People often say this to me, and I am not sure it is meant as a compliment. But I take it as one anyway. I would rather be emotionally free and vulnerable than inviolable but trapped. Leading with heart is my natural...

5 Principles to Become a Generational Leader

Growing up in a multi-generational home in Southern India, I watched my parents and grandparents plan and act with generational continuity in mind. They worked and saved for future generations. They intentionally imparted family values into the next generation. They...

Do This Every Day to Combat Drift

I don’t know a single leader who made a conscious decision to get 30 pounds overweight. I also don’t know a leader who got married with the intention of one day getting a divorce. I’ve also never met a leader who woke up and said, “Today, I’m going to compromise some...

Stop Motivating Your Teams and Do This Instead

Life isn’t about finding yourself. It’s about creating yourself. – George Bernard Shaw Motivating your team is one of the holy grails of leadership. When a team or person isn’t motivated, you begin to hear complaints like this: “This organization is getting too big.”...

Do you Really Value People? 4 Ways to Find Out.

I want to let you in on a little leadership secret. Every leader values people. But very few leaders really value people. On the one hand, every leader I know values people. They value people primarily for the pragmatic reason that they need people to achieve their...

6 Strategies to Empower Your Team Members

I read a book once about Adolf Hitler, and I remember in particular this story: When the evil despot wanted to hire a chauffeur, he interviewed 30 people for the job, according to author Robert Waite. He selected the smallest of the bunch—a man so short he required...

4 Assumptions That Limit Your Leadership Potential

More and more people recognize the value of good leadership, yet not many work to become better leaders. Why is that? Despite the widespread prevalence of leadership books and classes, many people think leadership isn’t for them. Maybe it’s because they make one of...

The 2 Greatest Challenges for Every Leader

At Novus Global, we believe every leader has the same top two leadership challenges. It’s not budget. It’s not time. It’s not the market or lack of interest of the people we’re trying to lead. Here are every leader’s top two leadership challenges with no exceptions:...

3 Ways to See and Lead Into the Future

A key feature that distinguishes the best leaders from the rest is the ability to anticipate the future. The best leaders have learned how to see into the future and not just react to it. Not sure you understand the difference? Simply stated, reactionary leadership is...

6 Must-Do Steps to Hire the Best Talent

Organizations that invest a lot in the culture understand that people decisions are the most important decisions a leader makes. That is true whether we are selecting an employee, a business partner, a mate or a friend. Who we decide to take on the journey with us can...

How to Become an Organization that is FOR the Customer

Most social media posts of a business are 99.9% about the business. “Look at our products.”“Buy one get one free!” The focus is clearly on the business, by the business, for the business. This has been the case for so long that it’s sometimes hard to see the danger....

Corporate Envy

I recently came across a new book with a title that really caught my attention. Love Your Life, Not Theirs, written by a woman named Rachel Cruze. It addresses the idea that one of the primary reasons people take on so much debt in their lives is their tendency to...

Perfectionism: The Micromanaging Boss

As a CEO, entrepreneur and card-carrying perfectionist, I have to sidestep daily the trap of being the greatest pirate of the perfectionist seas—a micromanaging boss. I’m not the only one. But I’m keenly aware that the feeling of being constantly undercut by someone...

Creating a Personal Strategy for Relational Energy

As a communicator, one of the best questions that was ever asked about my preparation process was: How are you managing your energy? Up until that point, I’d spent most of my time focused on crafting great content and visuals versus paying much attention to how I was...

How to React When You are Rejected

Jia Jiang shares three things you can do when you experience rejection.Years after Jia Jiang began his career in the corporate world, he became an entrepreneur and discovered everyone’s biggest fear: rejection. To conquer his fear, Jiang embarked on a journey and...

Life Habits – Listen to People

Business leader Bozoma Saint John shares about the importance of listening to people. Bozoma Saint John is Chief Marketing Officer for Endeavor, a global leader in entertainment, sports and fashion operating in more than 30 countries. Over the course of her career,...

The Four Voices of a Communicator

Jeff Henderson teaches about the four voices you can use to build effective presentations and become a better communication. Jeff worked in marketing with the Atlanta Braves, Callaway Gardens, Lanier Islands and Chick-fil-A, Inc where he led the company’s regional and...

Staying Emotionally Healthy as a Leader

Jo Saxton explains the key aspects of your life that you need to monitor to stay emotionally healthy in your leadership.Born to Nigerian parents and raised in London, England, Jo Saxton brings a multicultural and international perspective to leadership. She has served...

Questions to Identify Your Passion

Todd Henry identifies three key questions you should ask yourself as you are working to identify your life’s passion.odd Henry teaches leaders and organizations how to establish practices that lead to everyday brilliance. As host of The Accidental...

My Biggest Leadership Failure – Don’t Leave Your Team Behind

Todd Henry recounts a failure story of when he cast a vision for big change to his team without preparing them ahead of time. Todd Henry teaches leaders and organizations how to establish practices that lead to everyday brilliance. As host of The Accidental Creative...

Inspire Yourself Every Day

Thought leader Todd Henry describes the importance of inspiring yourself every day. Todd Henry teaches leaders and organizations how to establish practices that lead to everyday brilliance. As host of The Accidental Creative Podcast—with millions of downloads—Henry...

Your Organization Should Seek Out Rejection

Thought leader Jia Jiang encourages you to look for opportunities to experience rejection as an organization. Come and learn from Jia Jang at The Global Leadership Summit in Bangalore on 7th March 2020.It is said that the graveyard is the richest place on earth....

Leading Creatives: Combatting the Victim Mindset

Todd Henry coaches you to fight against the victim mindset that impairs your ability to contribute. Do you have a clear framework to strategically lead a powerful team of brilliant,driven people? Todd Henry Founder - Accidental CreativeMany business leaders don’t have...

Two Key Factors for Employee Retention

Business leader Dee Ann Turner describes two significant practices that help organizations retain their best employees.   Dee Ann Turner played an intricate role in creating and growing the incredible, influential culture at Chick-fil-A. With 30 years of...

Life Habits: A Winnable Game

Chris McChesney describes one life habit that has made him a better leader. Chris McChasney Executive; Best-selling Author -  Franklin Covey. Chris McChesney is a Wall Street Journal #1 national bestselling author of The 4 Disciplines of Execution and is the Global...

The Role of the Founder’s Story

Liz Bohannon, entrepreneur and founder of Sseko Designs, describes a misconception founders often believe about the importance of their own story to their organization. Liz Bohannon Co-Founder - Sseko Designs   Liz Bohannon is the founder of Sseko Designs, a...

5 Steps to Culturally Intelligent Innovation

David Livermore outlines a 5-step process to ensure that your innovation is culturally intelligent. David Livermore is a social scientist in global leadership and cultural intelligence—the capability to relate effectively across culturally diverse situations which...

Eliminate Defects

Horst Schulze discusses the difference between efficiency and cost-cutting in a successful business. Horst Schulze Chairman & CEO - Capella Hotel Group As CEO of Capella Hotel Group, Horst Schulze inspires client loyalty by raising the bar for customer service....

Practices to Increase Innovation

Jason Jaggard describes two practices that he uses to help leaders increase their capacity for innovation. Jason Jaggard is an internationally sought-after coach, speaker and author. He is the CEO of Novus Global, an elite executive coaching firm helping leaders and...

Life Habits: Take Time for Yourself

Simon Sinek describes one life habit that has made him a better leader. Simon Sinek is fascinated by the people and organizations that make the greatest, lasting impact in their organizations and in the world. Best known for popularizing the concept “start with why,”...

Three Questions Every Follower Asks

John Maxwell shares three important questions every follower asks of their leader.. John C. Maxwell, a #1 New York Times bestselling author, coach and speaker, was identified as the #1 leader in business by the American Management Association and the world’s most...

Life Habits: An Outside Perspective

Rasmus Ankersen describes one life habit that has made him a better leader.Best-selling Author; Entrepreneur Rasmus Ankersen is an expert on performance development and a trusted advisor to businesses and athletes around the world. He is the chairman of FC...

How Important is Being Consistently Right to a Leader?

Patrick Lencioni differentiates between leaders who focus on having right answers and those who lead with authenticity and the impact of each. Patrick Lencioni Best-selling Author; Founder and President The Table Group,Inc. Patrick Lencioni is the author of eleven...

2 Visionary Questions Leaders Need to Ask

2 Visionary Questions Leaders Need to Ask

Visionary leadership, more than ever, is needed today. When people fail to dream, to envision the potential of tomorrow, they grow desperate. A hope-filled vision for the future is the most powerful antidote to overcoming—overcoming shortfalls, barriers, excuses,...

3 Practical Steps To Increase Your Authenticity

3 Practical Steps To Increase Your Authenticity

We have all heard that authenticity matters to our leadership. So, how do I develop myself to be more authentic? If there’s one thread that runs through the fabric of one’s character and the goal to be an effective, inspirational leader it is authenticity—seeking to...

How to React When You are Rejected

How to React When You are Rejected

Jia Jiang shares three things you can do when you experience rejection.Years after Jia Jiang began his career in the corporate world, he became an entrepreneur and discovered everyone’s biggest fear: rejection. To conquer his fear, Jiang embarked on a journey and...

9 Characteristics of Hope-Filled Leaders

9 Characteristics of Hope-Filled Leaders

The importance of hope cannot be overstated. Hopeful leaders instill confidence in others that a better future is possible. Hopeful leaders are constantly and relentlessly in pursuit of what ought to be. Leading in hopeful anticipation of that which will come to...

3 Simple Tools for Vision Casting

3 Simple Tools for Vision Casting

Companies, teams and communities do not blindly stumble into greatness. For remarkable goals to be achieved…for a tremendous success to be accomplished…for a community of people to rally and overcome tremendous odds—it always begins with vision! Vision is the distance...

The Joys and Dangers of Leading with Your Heart

The Joys and Dangers of Leading with Your Heart

“Krish, you wear your heart on your sleeve.” People often say this to me, and I am not sure it is meant as a compliment. But I take it as one anyway. I would rather be emotionally free and vulnerable than inviolable but trapped. Leading with heart is my natural...

Life Habits – Listen to People

Life Habits – Listen to People

Business leader Bozoma Saint John shares about the importance of listening to people. Bozoma Saint John is Chief Marketing Officer for Endeavor, a global leader in entertainment, sports and fashion operating in more than 30 countries. Over the course of her career,...

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