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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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Are you leading the culture of your organization, or is culture leading you?
Are you leading the culture of your organization, or is culture leading you?

How can you avoid passive or aggressive norms and pursue a constructive culture?

Leaders: How mentoring can help your communication skills
Leaders: How mentoring can help your communication skills

Being a mentor requires trust, which can only be built with intention. Here are some tips to build trust in your mentoring conversations.

Having a team of optimists requires more than wishful thinking
Having a team of optimists requires more than wishful thinking

Change takes time, but we can overcome our tendency toward negative self-talk. Here's how.

5 leadership styles and the one that outperforms them all
5 leadership styles and the one that outperforms them all

There are many leadership styles, but only one optimal method, argues research.

How good facilitation increases inclusion and belonging
How good facilitation increases inclusion and belonging

A leader's job includes noticing who isn't being included -- and fixing that.

Why you must stop working all the time
Why you must stop working all the time

Our world says we need to be on the go all the time. It's not true.

3 things great leaders do before tough conversations
3 things great leaders do before tough conversations

All great leaders who thrive in having these conversations embrace the use of a three-part formula: Standards + evidence + courage = direct dialogue.

What's inclusion mean in practice? And why is compassion so important to its success?

Boosting your mental agility and critical thinking
Boosting your mental agility and critical thinking

Mental agility and critical thinking do not require an elevated IQ, advanced degree, lofty position or specific personal style. They do require a dedicated willingness to test assumptions and biases, as well as seek out other viewpoints.

Leadership for good
Leadership for good

The Business Roundtable isn't the first to look for purpose beyond profits. Some companies are already doing this.

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