Glenn Llopis is the Chairman of the
Glenn Llopis Group – a nationally recognized thought-leadership, human capital, and business strategy consulting firm. As a speaker, consultant, and executive coach to Fortune 500 companies and beyond, Glenn guides leaders and organizations to embrace a new type of thinking that helps them evolve and stay ahead of the rapid changes in the workplace and marketplace to drive growth. He is the best-selling author of the book and contributing writer to Forbes, Huffington Post, and Harvard Business Review. He has been recognized as a top 20 influential writer at Forbes and a top 100 leadership speaker and business thinker by Earning Serendipity Inc. magazine. His new book (Entrepreneur Press) will release February 2017. The Innovation Mentality
Success comes most to those who are surrounded by people who want mutually beneficial business relationships.
When both sides don't take ownership for the mutual benefit of the relationship, it's time to reevaluate it.
Being an effective leader requires continuous renewal and reinvention for change.
Developing these three competencies will give leaders a clear understanding how they can evolve.
Before you take ownership and accountability for your success, that of others, and the organization you serve, ask yourself these two questions.
In order to achieve success in your career don't allow these opportunity gaps to widen.
Leaders cultivate wisdom in others when they genuinely respect differences and those who disrupt the status quo for the betterment of a healthier whole.
Diversity of thought fuels wisdom. If you are courageous and wise enough to accept this fact, you will not be afraid to be more vulnerable, take ownership of this mindset, and lead the new normal.
Leaders must create a strategy for change so that employees can stop losing ground and organizations can start winning again.
Today's leadership is less about the business defining the individual and much more about the individual defining the business.
Striking a balance between success and significance can be the way to effective leadership.
Can transparency with employees make your company a viable industry player?
Instead of comparing yourself to others, take stock of these considerations and your own readiness for entrepreneurship.
Entrepreneurship is hard, but not impossible. Here are three things you must be ready to do before becoming an entrepreneur.
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