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October 25, 2017

For more than 45 years, the Situational Leadership® Model has enabled leaders at all levels of the organization to more effectively influence others. This comprehensive case study examines the core principles of the model and how leaders can apply Situational Leadership® to navigate any given situation or interaction.

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September 14, 2017

Training Industry Magazine: Strategic Alignment Issue features leadership experts and columnists Marshall Goldsmith and Sam Shriver, and their thoughts on how effective performance management requires a clearly defined strategy.

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July 13, 2017

Training Industry Magazine: Experiential Learning Issue features leadership experts and columnists Marshall Goldsmith and Sam Shriver, who discuss training efforts and the difference between knowing and doing.

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June 9, 2017

Trust is not granted; it is an investment that leaders make every day. Leaders must continuously be mindful of their words and behavior or risk losing all that hard-earned trust in one ill-conceived moment. Trust is a powerful leadership skill. In fact, leaders who have the trust of their employees are more likely to drive change that impacts organizational performance. Building a culture of trust starts at the top and requires a candid and transparent approach to leadership. Read this article to examine how leaders can build a culture of trust to influence change and move the organization forward.

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May 17, 2017

The Center for Leadership Studies and Training Industry, Inc. surveyed 318 respondents to examine how leaders use expertise to influence employee behavior and how knowledge workers react to the expertise of their leaders. This research summarizes the results of this investigation, revealing insights like these: Knowledge workers are more likely to respond to attempts to influence via expert power; Most leaders’ expertise comes from relying on experience to solve problems and incorporating input from others with more specialized knowledge; Employees are more likely to respond to attempts to influence via expert power during times of enterprise change.

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