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Leadership Development Program


Tips from The Wall Street Journal’s reporters and columnists, including a section on Developing a Leadership Style, adapted from The WSJ Complete Small Business Guidebook (OhioLINK).

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This Is Your Life

This Is Your Life is a weekly podcast from Michael Hyatt dedicated to intentional leadership. His goal is "to help you live with more passion, work with greater focus, and lead with extraordinary influence."

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Leadership & Learning

Excerpt from Finding Your Leadership Style:

Whatever your past experience, whatever your relative success or failure as a leader, you can become a self-assured, highly-effective leader of others.  And it doesn’t require that you become someone else or “play a role” to do it either, because there is no perfect leadership style.

There is however, a leadership style that matches you – your strengths and weaknesses, values and beliefs, personality and tendencies.  A big part of your personal leadership development process is determining this style and then developing in that direction. Notice the process doesn’t end with finding your style – it starts there.  Once you understand yourself enough to determine your style, then you can begin building your skills, practicing and more.

Check out Kevin Eikenberry's seven strategies for discovering your leadership style...

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DISC Personality Test

This free DISC Personality Test lets you determine your DISC type and personality profile quickly. Find out how the DISC factors, Dominance, Influence, Steadiness and Compliance predict your behavior towards others and the everyday things you do.

This is Water

David Foster Wallace's commencement address to the 2005 graduating class of Kenyon College.

Telling Stories

"How leaders can use the right story at the right time to inspire change and action."

Denning, S. (2011). The leader's guide to storytelling: Mastering the art and discipline of business narrative [ebook]. San Francisco, Calif: Jossey-Bass.

The Personality Code

Bradberry, T. (2007). The personality code: Unlock the secret to understanding your boss, your colleagues, your friends-- and yourself. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons. [reserve]

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