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Always a privilege to be included in the Leadership Development Carnival. Check out this month's leadership advice: https://leadchangegroup.com/february-2018-leadership-development-carnival/
Showing customers that you value them creates connections and loyalty, reminds Paul LaRue. http://connectionculture.com/post/successful-cultures-foster-servant-attitudes
Many thanks to David Russell of MANAGEtoWIN for hosting me on the No Bad Bosses podcast. Listen to our full conversation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pmFTcgq7whQ
To engage and retain top performing employees, you need to ask the right questions. Some helpful tips from Randy Conley: http://connectionculture.com/post/10-questions-great-bosses-regularly-ask-their-people
A growing body of research and recent organization strategy shifts reveal it's time for a new management theory based on the science of connection. Here's how you can be involved: http://connectionculture.com/post/a-new-theory-of-management
When team members have the opportunity to contribute their ideas, they feel like a valued part of the organization. A good reminder for leaders from Mary Jo Asmus. http://connectionculture.com/post/the-benefits-of-having-a-team-of-equals
Learn more about the role of connection in creating and maintaining great client relationships: http://etfdb.com/practice-management/how-connected-are-you-to-clients/
Without forgiveness, it's impossible to connect with others. Randy Conley shares reminders for the next time you are tempted to hold onto people's past mistakes: http://connectionculture.com/post/the-role-of-forgiveness-in-rebuilding-trust-8-principles-to-remember
If you lead a team, what practical steps can you take to create a great working environment? Wally Bock offers tips. http://connectionculture.com/post/leadership-create-a-great-working-environment-for-your-team
I enjoyed being interviewed by Louis Carter, founder of the Best Practice Institute, about what sets great workplace cultures apart. Watch the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wGxxvQkuyGA&feature=youtu.be

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