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And, Finally…The Radical Leap is an Audiobook

I’m thrilled to officially announce that The Radical Leap: A Personal Lesson in Extreme Leadership is finally available on audio.

Lots of folks have been asking for this for years, now, so it’s been a long time a-coming.

Even better, this recording marks the arrival of Leap’s 10th Anniversary Edition, which includes a new self assessment.

We’ve decided to forgo the CDs-in-a-box format and stick with the strictly digital route.

You’ll find it at the most formidable digital haunts, that is Amazon, Audible, and iTunes.

Now you can drive, go for a walk, work out at the gym, or fly on a plane while I read you this story in my mellifluous tones.

I hope you enjoy the listening as much as I enjoyed recording it for you.

Click here to listen to a sample.

 

 

 

 

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The Cure for Toxic Employees? [Infographic]

You’ve known them–the energy-suckers in your midst that appear to be out to ruin your day or drain the life out of your team or company.

Not only are they expensive, demoralizing, and infuriating, toxic employees can bring teamwork to a grinding halt, jeopardize goals, and potentially become an enormous liability.

In this infographic, Reuben Yonaton of GetVoIP, categorizes these folks and offers ways to cure their respective maladies.

Have a look, and let me know if it rings true for you.

Hopefully, you won’t see yourself in here:

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I Ordered A Sandwich and was Served this Lesson on Customer Service and Leadership

I ordered a hot turkey sandwich on whole wheat bread, and was served a lesson in customer service and leadership, instead.
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True Love Knows No Species

It's a good day to cultivate love across all divides, as demonstrated by our Abyssinian, Rudy, and Golden Retriever, Ellie. Rudy and Ellie snuggle to the tune of Greg Brown's beautiful song, which asks the question, "why were you ashamed of … Read the full article→

The Success Principles

Jack Canfield (of Chicken Soup for the Soul fame) is a significant mentor to more thought-leaders, authors, and entrepreneurs than anyone else I know. 10 years ago, Jack founded The Transformational Leadership Council "so leaders of personal and … Read the full article→

Come on Over to My House!

Some people think it's strange that I invite my readers and clients to my home. Nothing could be further from the truth; it is, in fact, one of my favorite things to do. Here's a little video about our next professional/personal shindig at … Read the full article→

A Personal Invitation

Attendance for The Certification Weekend is limited to a small group, so claim your spot now!   Click here for all the details!   Right now, there are only a handful of Extreme Leadership Facilitators on the planet, and you may have … Read the full article→

4 Steps for Extreme Feedback

It’s the oldest skill in the management texts: listen to your employees. Seek their input. But it’s not enough to ask for feedback; you have to be genuinely interested in the response—especially if you think you won’t like it. Those posing as leaders … Read the full article→

When Was the Last Time You Wrote One of These?

When it comes to strumming the heart strings at work (or anywhere else), nothing beats a personal, hand-written note of thanks, praise, or gratitude--especially in these hyper-digital days of texts and email. Maybe it's because of the manifest, … Read the full article→

The Love Assessment

"Love is the ultimate motivation of the Extreme Leader: love of something or someone, love of a cause, love of a principal, love of the people you work with and the customers you serve, love of the future you and yours can create together, love of … Read the full article→