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Politics and Personality View more presentations from Daniel Crosby I recently gave the following presentation to a group of aspiring politicians who wanted to deepen their understanding of personality impacts statesmanship and the ability to successfully run for office. I … Continue reading
I was recently invited to present to the good folks at Redstone Test Center. They were a fantastic crowd and were good enough to videotape the proceedings. Hope you find something here you an apply to your own work life! … Continue reading
My apologies if you thought this post was going to be about Tony Danza’s hilarious hijinks as a male nanny – it is not. Whatever your thoughts on the Occupy Wall Street movement, it is a fascinating study in leadership … Continue reading
Take the ten people with whom you work most closely and write each of their names on the top of an index card. Beneath their name, write the name of their spouse or partner, the names of any children, as … Continue reading
The debate over whether leaders are born or made is becoming the chicken/egg debate for business. I’m still not sure of the answer. The debate over managers versus leaders is almost as old and contentious. I’m more sure on the … Continue reading
Make a list of five adjectives that describe your greatest strengths and five for your most significant developmental opportunities. Now, ask your friends to complete the same exercise on your behalf. Adjectives that your friends selected that you did not … Continue reading
Born That Way? “Are leaders born or made?” It’s a simple enough question but one that has huge implications for the way organizations set about finding and developing (or not developing) talent. After all, the very existence of coaching and … Continue reading
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