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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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Pat Williams: No reluctance in his leadership
Pat Williams: No reluctance in his leadership

Pat Williams has been a leader for decades, but it didn't come without some reluctance. The longtime basketball executive shares his story.

Garry Ridge: What it takes to lead
Garry Ridge: What it takes to lead

WD-40 CEO Garry Ridge shares what he's learned as a leader during the Great Recession and pandemic, as well as the values that carry him through any situation.

Richard Feynman's lessons for life (and leaders)
Richard Feynman's lessons for life (and leaders)

Richard Feynman was as much a teacher as he was a physicist. Here are some of his life lessons for leaders.

Delivering compassion compassionately
Delivering compassion compassionately

What does compassion look like inside organizations when applied in a thoughtful, scientific way?

The boss wants to see you: Is working from anywhere reality or fantasy?
The boss wants to see you: Is working from anywhere reality or fantasy?

Employers want a return to the office. Employees, much less so. Work from home is a reality, so compromise must be part of the solution.

The pandemic reminds us how women show up to lead
The pandemic reminds us how women show up to lead

Research highlights the skills women bring to leadership, especially during a crisis. They often outperform men, which should cause us to reconsider our assumptions.

Leaders must practice empathy
Leaders must practice empathy

Empathy is necessary for leaders today, but unpacking what "empathy" means requires care and attention. Two doctors offer advice on how to think about and apply empathy.

Don't burn out on burnout
Don't burn out on burnout

Burnout has only become more of a problem for U.S. workers during the COVID-19. There are things people can do, but organizations have a role to play, particularly in the cultures they create and support.

Racial equality remains unfinished for workplaces
Racial equality remains unfinished for workplaces

Research is clear about the divide in American workplaces on race -- including the burdens Black employees and executives carry. There's much more work to be done.

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.

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