Will AI Change Leadership?

Associations Now

New machine-learning research on leadership is scrutinizing CEOs’ every word and facial expression. These videos can reveal a great deal about a CEO’s leadership approach through verbal and nonverbal patterns that have been unexplored as yet. The post Will AI Change Leadership?

Why You Should Rethink Association Leadership Training

WBT Systems

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Leadership Lists

Association Leaders

I’m talking about the tenets of leadership lists. I love reading other people’s tenets of leadership lists. I’m constantly working on my tenets of leadership list – I hope you are too. However, I encourage you to read two other recent blog postings I’ve read to see what others think are important leadership tenets. Absolutely critical in leadership. So, what are some of my leadership tenets? We’ve all seen them.

Association Leadership Hustle – Moery Webinar

Moery Company

The post Association Leadership Hustle – Moery Webinar appeared first on The Moery Company. Resources

Consensus – The Association Leadership Challenge

Association Leaders

They’re used to making the decisions on their own or within a small leadership team. Consensus is a collaborative process by which decisions are made based on overwhelming agreement of a group. Ultimately a decision by consensus is one that everyone supports (or can live with). Associations are groups of people or companies with similar interests or in similar professions or industries.

Why Gratitude is an Essential Leadership Skill

Association Adviser

The post Why Gratitude is an Essential Leadership Skill appeared first on Association Adviser. Features Leadership Membership association leadership gratitude thankfulness

Leadership, Now With Less Narcissism

Associations Now

What’s your most effective leadership style? But perhaps it’s best to get away from this business of “leadership style” entirely. According to the report, many organizations still have a habit of elevating “great man” types into leadership roles.

Fundraising and Association Leadership

Eric Lanke

Associations LeadershipIn the past year, me and my association have gone through dramatic transformations.

Inclusive Leadership: Make It an Association Priority

Association Adviser

What Is Inclusive Leadership? Inclusive leadership is a complicated topic. Leadership itself is multifaceted and we’ve seen a change in leadership over time. Leadership used to be very focused on command-and-control.

Why Servant Leadership Is Making a Comeback

Associations Now

Today, everybody wants to feel like a stakeholder in an organization, and a new study suggests command-and-control leadership is obsolete. Leadership models come and go, but humility never goes out of style. The term for that is “servant leadership,” coined by Robert K.

Leadership 101: Confront What Is

Jamie Notter

Conflict Leadership Truth There is a down side to this wonderful human brain that we all have in our heads, and that is that sometimes we can spend too much of our time living up there in our heads, and not down here in reality.

Daily Buzz: An “Impossible” Path to Leadership

Associations Now

The story of Impossible Foods starts with a scientist who decided to embrace leadership for a greater cause. The post Daily Buzz: An “Impossible” Path to Leadership appeared first on Associations Now

Has Your Leadership Evolved For The New Normal?

Velvet Chainsaw

Your organization’s sustainable success depends upon you transforming from normal to new normal leadership says Radar’s Tod Martin. It requires that the leadership team adapt collectively through coordinated change. The bigger question is whether our leadership has changed with it.

The Case for Slow Leadership

Associations Now

So if we’re going to define a “slow association,” I’d suggest that it’s less of a leadership philosophy and more of a communications one. The post The Case for Slow Leadership appeared first on Associations Now

The Secret to Better Leadership

Jamie Notter

I attended a session this week about leadership development in the association world. We talked about different leadership styles, and the need to adapt your style to fit the context, and then we talked about leadership development programs for volunteers. Culture Leadership

5 Books to Inspire Leadership and Innovation

CommPartners

In the spirit of today being World Book Day, we have compiled a list of some of our staff’s top book recommendations for e-learning leaders. These books fulfill different needs in our lives, whether it is to inspire or inform.

The Arbitrariness of Leadership

Eric Lanke

They remind me that there will always be a certain arbitrariness to leadership--that there isn''t a finite set of practices and procedures that can be used to define effective leadership in all situations at all times. Associations Leadership

Evolve Your Association Leadership Style: 3 Practical Ways

MembersClicks

The needs of your staff and members will be ever changing, so it’s in your advantage to try and keep ahead of the curb by continuing to evolve your leadership style. association leadership member engagement member retention Small Staff Chatter

4 Leadership Links

Wild Apricot

Here are 4 posts on leadership and board topics that we''ve bookmarked on Apricot Jam this week. Board leadership Apricot Jam

The leadership comfort zone

Association Advocacy Chick

When it comes to leadership, nothing can prepare us for everything we may experience. Uncategorized leadership zumbaLast Saturday, I did something that I’ve never done before: I took an exercise class. I tend to work out at home where I felt I could be as uncoordinated as possible and didn’t have to worry about anyone but my dog. However, on the invitation of my good friend Taice, I went to a Zumba class in Laurel, MD. I was concerned I wouldn’t be able to keep up.

Busting Myths About Inclusive Leadership

Association Success

Does your association practice true inclusive leadership? A topic that has been on my mind a lot lately is inclusive leadership. I know there’s a lot being said about diversity inclusion, but inclusive leadership goes way beyond that. Inclusive leadership is about bringing people in and making them feel valued and giving them a safe space to express themselves and contribute. When it comes to inclusive leadership, there’s no box to check, there’s no quota to meet.

Is Your Leadership Bubble Transparent?

Reid All About it

This could be any large old-fashioned association whose leadership is unknowingly out of touch with their members. A leadership cosseted in their bubble and running things the way they wish without regard for the little people. Tagged: Association , Leadership.

Leadership Lessons from Moving

Jamie Notter

So to transition my head away from the move and back into work, I thought I’d pull out some leadership lessons that can be drawn from the moving process. The same can be said for leadership. As much as we make leadership out to be a “lonely” exercise, it’s just not. Leadership

Evaluating Our Leadership Styles

Association Success

I recently published an article about authentic leadership , directing people’s attention towards the leadership structure of their organization in order to feel its social, economic, political and environmental pulse. The experience of being interviewed provoked me to reflect on my personal leadership style, the leaders around me, and what authenticity means for the way we organize our associations. Two important aspects of authentic leadership are reflection and honesty.

Daily Buzz: Views on Women in Leadership

Associations Now

Many Americans perceive women to exhibit better leadership traits in a new Pew survey. A recent Pew survey examines leadership skills in both politics and business and how they intersect with gender , and some of the findings may be a bit surprising.

Community Leadership: Getting Everyone to Participate

Higher Logic

Leadership hype always focuses on the C-suite – are your executives on social media? But here’s another consideration: have you ever tapped leadership beyond the C-suite? 66% Mature communities had formal leadership/advocacy programs. Extend leadership beyond traditional roles.

Leadership Lessons from the Military

Association Leaders

Being in the association business, we often see professional speakers who talk about management, change, people, leadership, and more. The article talks about a few new(er) business consulting firms that have been formed by retired military leaders who are now teaching the military leadership principles they used to succeed on the battlefield to business leaders. There are many leadership lessons we can learn from the military.

How Men and Women Aspiring to Leadership Network Differently

Associations Now

While men often leverage large social networks to find high-level leadership roles, women with the same goal also tend to rely on a close inner circle of other women, according to a new study.

The Fallacy of Individual Leadership (Friday Quote)

Jamie Notter

Specifically, we take on 3 “best practices” in the management field: strategic planning, human resource management, and “leadership.” 55-57) is from the section on leadership. Leadership, in short, is about individual leaders.

Leadership

Plexus Consulting

While many books have been written about leadership, it remains for many a misunderstood and elusive quality. The capacity for leadership exists in everyone, but most people never take the time to develop it. Leadership is determination, courage, confidence and the ability to get results! Positive leadership assumes that goals can be accomplished, the job can be done, the problem can be solved, and the obstacles will be overcome. By Ann W.

Realignment #6: Relationship-Driven Leadership

SocialFish

Instead it is highly dependent on a new type of leadership—not only of the CEO level but of stakeholders throughout the organization. All paths are enabled by people, catalyzed and guided by those in leadership positions. “ The Next Phase of Association Leadership.

Book Review: Leadership and Self-Deception

Jamie Notter

Leadership and Self-Deception: Getting Out of the Box. Books and Reading Individual Development Leadership by the Arbinger Institute. Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc.

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Cementing Your Leadership Legacy

Associations Now

And the question of leadership legacy applies to any leader looking to step down, whether it’s a corporate or association CEO, a board president or elected leader, or an executive staff member. The post Cementing Your Leadership Legacy appeared first on Associations Now

Rejuvenate Your Leadership

Association Leaders

Find a way to rejuvenate or re-birth your leadership. Association Management Companies CM Services Leadership Uncategorized VolunteerismSpring is a time of rebirth and rejuvenation. Flowers and plants begin to bud after a (usually) long cold winter; America’s favorite past-time, baseball, begins; College students from around the country travel to warm weather and beaches to celebrate; Christian and Jewish faithful celebrate Easter and Passover.

Five Reasons Why Lockstep Board Leadership Succession Makes No Sense

Association Management

Once in a while we encounter an organization with a structured leadership succession process that makes no sense except, perhaps, to the founders who concocted it. I like to call this the lockstep board leadership succession model. Leadership Association Boards

Selfless Leadership is the Best Kind – Are you a Selfless Leader?

Association Leaders

I view leadership as a journey. Sometimes I am working on all cylinders and practicing great leadership techniques. Other times, I struggle and find myself practicing more of the “don’ts” than the “do’s” of leadership. Like most worthwhile things in life, I find when I’m struggling with leadership I need to go back to the basics – to remember that leadership isn’t about ME – it’s about others! Click here to read an interesting post on selfless leadership.

The Achilles Heel Of Association Leadership

Velvet Chainsaw

In order to continue to grow and advance, the association needs leadership that engage a different set of skills, talents, and systems to maintain growth over the long haul. The leadership slowly evolve into a static machine that can’t adapt to their changing business climate and context.

The Link Between Volunteering & Leadership

Mariner

Blog Association Volunteers Develop Leaders Engage Volunteers iVolunteer Leadership VolunteeringOctober 2, 2012. Among Mariner's unifying principals is a dedication to volunteering and to volunteers.

Big Data and Leadership and Management

Jamie Notter

” It’s not so much about privacy or spying, as it is about big data, and how that can be applied, not to sales and marketing, but to the work of leadership and management. You’re now stuck with an army of people lacking a key leadership skill who will never leave!

Leadership is a Lifestyle

Association Leaders

Great leaders enact their leadership style into every aspect of their life (business and personal). Then again, no one ever said LEADERSHIP was easy. The next time you’re struggling with some aspect of your life, apply your business leadership principles to it and you’ll succeed. Association Management Companies CM Services Leadership Uncategorized VolunteerismHow many great leaders do you know or have you known? Not many, I’m guessing.