Monthly Archives: November 2013

Account for Soft-Side Values

Given our addiction to measurement – and its value – you would think that we would be more attuned to measuring “soft-side” values. by Marshall Goldsmith Most of us spend a great deal of time measuring. We keep close tabs on … Continue reading

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Leadership Effectiveness

By asking for feedback, analyzing the results, developing a focused action plan for change and following-up, leaders are perceived as more effective. by Marshall Goldsmith Recently, one executive was asked, “How much do you spend each year on leadership development programs?” … Continue reading

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Recruiting Coaches

Your best coaches will not necessarily be outside experts who have credentials or training in your field. by Marshall Goldsmith How can successful people get even better? Successful people are much more likely to accept coaching from those whom they respect … Continue reading

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Building Partnerships

The ideal leader is a person who builds internal and external partnerships. by Marshall Goldsmith In a recent study we interviewed over 200 high-potential leaders, asking them to describe today’s ideal leader. The results were clear. The ideal leader is a … Continue reading

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