Several weeks ago while reading the Leading News leadership letter I found today’s reading “On Gratitude.” It’s author, Patricia Wheeler <Patricia Wheeler Patricia@thelevingroup.com>, is an executive and team coach who helps smart people become more effective leaders.
Today’s reading is “How to Get Feedback When You’re the Boss” and is from Amy Gallo’s pen. She is a contributing editor at the Harvard Business Review.
Today’s Reading is a blog entry “6 steps to resolve conflict”by Robert Pagliarini which appeared recently on the CBS News MoneyWatch website. Pagliarini works to inspire others to live life to the fullest by challenging the way they invest their time and energy.
Recently Daniel Markovitz wrote “To-Do Lists Don’t Work” for the Harvard Business Review blogs. I found the posting to be a good discussion of why we all wrestle with making our to-do lists work and decided to share it as today’s Tuesday Reading. Markovitzis president of TimeBack Management and the author of A Factory of One.
He argues that to-do lists inevitably set us up for failure and frustration for five reasons:
Today’s Reading, “Go to Lunch and Clean Out Your Inbox,” was originally written as a weekly reflection by Stephen Kemp. Stephen is the Coordinator for Help Desk Services at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign’s College of Veterinary Medicine.
Today’s Reading, Christensen on disruptive innovation in higher education, comes to us from the Changing Higher Education blog. (Clayton Christensen coined the term “disruptive innovation” in 2003, having used “disruptive technology” earlier for the same concept.)
Today’s reading “Wilderness Leadership – on the Job”comes from the pens of John Kanengieter and Aparna Rajagopal-Durbin. Kanengieter is director of leadership at the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS), and Rajagopal-Durbin is the school’s diversity and inclusion manager and a faculty member. NOLS is a non-profit outdoor educational school dedicated to teaching environmental ethics, technic
This past year Michael Useem’s new book “The Leader’s Checklist” was published. Professor Useem is Professor of Management and Director of the Center for Leadership and Change Management of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
The checklist has 15 leadership principles that taken together can constitute an effective playbook for leadership decisions whatever the challenge. According to Useem, the principles are applicable to most leaders, in most situations, in most circumstances.
The 15 principles are: