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John Baldoni

John Baldoni is a globally recognized leadership speaker, certified Master Corporate Executive Coach, and author of 15 books that have been translated into 10 languages. In 2021, the International Federation of Learning and Development named Baldoni a World-Class Mentor and named him to its Hall of Fame. Also in 2021, Global Gurus ranked him a Top 20 global leadership expert, a list he has been on since 2007. In 2018, Inc.com named him a Top 100 speaker, and in 2014 Inc.com listed him as a Top 50 leadership expert.

Baldoni’s books include "Grace Notes: Leading in an Upside-Down World," "GRACE: A Leader’s Guide to a Better Us," and "MOXIE: The Secret to Bold and Gutsy Leadership." For more information about Baldoni’s speaking and coaching, please visit his website.

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Dealing with stress in a resilient way
Dealing with stress in a resilient way

Many of us are under unusual stress and pressure these days. How can we as leaders help ourselves and help our teams work through with resilience?

What parenting can teach us about leading
What parenting can teach us about leading

Leadership is something that can be practiced in every part of life. Parents especially need to manage this.

Adding gratitude to your leadership
Adding gratitude to your leadership

Be grateful, and show that gratitude. The cost of ignoring gratitude can be high: dissatisfaction with work, disaffection from the boss and disengagement from the culture.

Getting along better with people we disagree with
Getting along better with people we disagree with

Disagreement is fine, but it's how we go about it that matters.

A lesson In decision-making
A lesson In decision-making

Here is some presidential advice for decision-making.

All you have to do is ask
All you have to do is ask

You don't have to go it alone, whether you're new to the workforce or a CEO. Ask for help, says professor and author Wayne Baker.

Yes, leadership is an act (and that's not bad!)
Yes, leadership is an act (and that's not bad!)

Nobody feels 100% "on" all the time. Learn how you can still be a leader in public regardless of the situation.

Make your work "work" for you
Make your work "work" for you

Higher-educated people work longer hours, but there's a limit to how much work you can do without burnout.

Being mindful can make you more generous to your colleagues
Being mindful can make you more generous to your colleagues

Learn about how meditation, mindfulness and a "culture of service" can improve the workplace.

Making a habit of personal change
Making a habit of personal change

Can Marshall Goldsmith's principles be welded to technology?

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