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Lead Change is a leadership media destination with a unique editorial focus on driving change within organizations, teams and individuals. Lead Change inspires readers to boldly step up and serve wherever and whenever leadership is needed and provides real and concrete advice on how to grow. Lead Change, a division of Weaving Influence, publishes twice monthly with SmartBrief.

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Take your leadership to the next level: Lead well in all directions
Take your leadership to the next level: Lead well in all directions

People advance into upper leadership by becoming good at leading peers, bosses and across functions. Too much leadership training, however, is only about leading direct reports.

Navigating the road from doer to leader
Navigating the road from doer to leader

Being a star contributor is different than being a star leader. Here are five things that need to change on your road trip toward leadership.

Proud and connected at work: New ways to recruit and grow citizens
Proud and connected at work: New ways to recruit and grow citizens

What does it mean to be a citizen at the workplace? And how can leaders develop and nurture this quality of person?

Fingerprints: The key to getting your proposal implemented
Fingerprints: The key to getting your proposal implemented

Your executive team proposal needs to be good, but you also need to be good at persuading key players to back you. Here's why.

Mining your leadership story
Mining your leadership story

Every leader can improve over time, but it's not just about experience. Leaders need to regularly evaluate and reflect about yesteerday's leadership to improve tomorrow's.

Take the lead: Growth starts with you
Take the lead: Growth starts with you

Leadership begins with you, especially if you're a control freak.

Creative leadership: Getting into the creative mindset
Creative leadership: Getting into the creative mindset

Everyone knows creativity is important in business and innovation, but what does the research say?

The pillars of success for reclaiming the American dream
The pillars of success for reclaiming the American dream

How do we make the American dream true for more people? 2 keys are building self-esteem and providing role models, as entrepreneur John Hope Bryant shares.

Leaders: Are you dedicated to the people you serve?
Leaders: Are you dedicated to the people you serve?

The shoe company Vans shows the power of treating customers and employees as partners in good times and bad.

Using polarity maps to achieve organizational change
Using polarity maps to achieve organizational change

Organizational change brings resistance, and understanding polarities can help you move everyone forward with the new strategy.

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