Office Politics Is Just Influence by Another Name

Great article by Annie McKee, a senior fellow at the University of Pennsylvania, director of the PennCLO Executive Doctoral Program and co-author of Primal Leadership with Daniel Goleman and Richard Boyatzis ,u3peopleas well as Resonant Leadership and Becoming a Resonant Leader.

Think of the really great leaders you have known. Haven’t they all been exceptional in their ability to influence? What would you add to this?

Office Politics Is Just Influence by Another Name – HBR.

Hand Gestures Reveal Complex Thoughts – Business Insider

MH900431702What do our bodies and , in particular, our hands show us about our information processing?

The body knows more than we know……

A fascinating article about some really interesting research!

I’d love to learn more. How about you?

Hand Gestures Reveal Complex Thoughts – Business Insider.

Time, Energy and People – Your Three Biggest Assets | Finance Lights

Where is your focus?

Are you focusing your time, thoughts and energy in the right areas? In the right proportions?

This article addresses this so effectively, it could be a “must read” every morning for those of us who are striving for excellence. What are your thoughts?

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Time, Energy and People – Your Three Biggest Assets | Finance Lights.

Mary Barra’s Bumpy Ride at the Wheel of GM | TIME

Great article on leadership. What a role model! Read it and learn. 🙂

I happen to know from my inside view, there really is a new G.M.

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Mary Barra’s Bumpy Ride at the Wheel of GM | TIME.

Signs That You Lack Emotional Intelligence – HBR

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Have you noticed that those who most could use some help with their emotional intelligence are often the least likely to know it?

Here is a wonderful article on the subject that could help you or someone else shed some light on this. (Remember, unlike IQ, which is largely fixed, EI is something that can be learned and improved, often with the help of good tools and an excellent coach.)

Signs That You Lack Emotional Intelligence – HBR.