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  • Are Women Better Leaders Than Men?

    The idea that women are better leaders than men is gaining ground. Post-heroic leadership is all about collaboration, re...
  • Leadership as Influence

    If leadership is an influence process then it can't be a role or type of person. Thinking through what leadership-as-inf...
  • Cultures of Disengagement

    Engaged employees feel a strong sense of ownership, some for their jobs, but fewer for their department or the business...
  • Four Images of Leadership

    Diversity and wise crowds create new ideas. With business now a war of ideas, leadership shifts to the power of the late...
  • Bottom-Up Leadership

    Can leadership be shown bottom-up? How often have you influenced your boss to think or act differently? Is this not lead...
  • Four Levels of Employee Engagement

    The evidence is clear: engaged employees are more productive than their disengaged peers. A Towers Perrin survey1 found...
  • The Ideal Leader

    The ideal leader has vision, charisma, integrity, emotional intelligence, an inspiring delivery and sterling character....

Lead2XL Success at Work Featured

  • Onboarding: The New Broom

    Newly hired senior executives are failing fast. But the increased pressure to achieve results immediately could be self-...
  • Managing Anxiety at Work

    Managing anxiety at work requires a good level of emotional intelligence to get beyond denial: to recognize it, understa...
  • Why Criticize Servant Leadership

    One of my reasons for criticizing servant leadership is to get away from ALL concepts of leadership that portray it as a...
  • How to be More Effective at Work

    People at work struggle with similar issues that get in the way of their effectiveness. A single problem underlies most...
  • Discovering Your Career Path

    Frustrated with the slow pace of your career advancement? No obvious job openings in sight? And you aren’t really sure w...
  • How To Contribute More in Meetings

    People are quiet in meetings because they can't think of any content to offer. Suggesting solutions is the only form of...
  • Collaborative Assertiveness

    We think of assertiveness in adversarial terms: how to defend ourselves against someone using strong-arm tactics to infl...