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John Baldoni

John Baldoni is an internationally recognized keynote speaker and executive coach who provides his services via video conference. In 2018, Trust Across America honored him with a Lifetime Achievement Award in Trust. Also in 2018, Inc.com named Baldoni a Top 100 Leadership Speaker. In 2020, Global Gurus once again named him a top 30 global leadership expert, a list he has been on since 2007. In 2014, Inc.com named Baldoni to its list of top 50 leadership experts. Baldoni is the author of 14 books, including “MOXIE: The Secret to Bold and Gutsy Leadership” and his newest, "GRACE: A Leader’s Guide to a Better Us." You can find his tips on leading in a crisis here.

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Putting resilience into your organization
Putting resilience into your organization

Militaries teach resilience through scenarios like "red teaming," and civilians and companies can apply these lessons, too.

A star is born: Doing a live on-camera interview
A star is born: Doing a live on-camera interview

Video interviewing is a skill for all leaders, not just people seeking a job. And there's no better time than right now.

Overcoming bias requires recognizing our blind spots
Overcoming bias requires recognizing our blind spots

Bias and discrimination require conscious effort to monitor, recognize and overcome. Learn more about why you benefit from this exercise, not just others.

How leaders keep it real during this crisis
How leaders keep it real during this crisis

What is required of leaders during this uncertain time? Trust, understanding and clarity. Learn more about these leadership topics from John Baldoni.

Why crisis can provoke ideas and innovation
Why crisis can provoke ideas and innovation

No crisis is a good thing. But how leaders and organizations react matters. Innovation and ideas can be birthed from crisis and chaos.

Grief: Coping with loss
Grief: Coping with loss

Grief is something we'll all experience. But it's difficult. Here's how leaders can work through grief and help others do the same.

Double-edged workplace ambition: Good for men, bad for women
Double-edged workplace ambition: Good for men, bad for women

Ambition is natural, but men and women are not always treated the same for displaying it. That's an issue for leaders to acknowledge and address.

Leading with humor: Laughter Is an affirmation of humanity
Leading with humor: Laughter Is an affirmation of humanity

Laughter and humor are good for the body and mind, especially during difficult times. Here's how the workplace can benefit.

Leading in times of crisis: 3 ways leaders can flex
Leading in times of crisis: 3 ways leaders can flex

Leaders don't get to pick the problems they must deal with. They must figure out how to lead regardless.

A leader's chief responsibility: Hold yourself accountable
A leader's chief responsibility: Hold yourself accountable

Leaders need to hold themselves accountable. Sometimes, that means apologizing and rectifying the situation. Sometimes it means their departure.

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