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Kevin Eikenberry
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Every person, and every organization, has extraordinary potential. We provide organizations, teams and individuals with the tools to transform their potential into results.
Every person, and every organization, has extraordinary potential. We provide organizations, teams and individuals with the tools to transform their potential into results.

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Every week for the last several years, my remote team has shared a weekly report with updates and pertinent information for the other teammates. And while this report has changed over the years, there is one component that has been consistent: What have…
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I talk with leaders nearly every day, and often I hear strains of angst and consternation about problems with their teams and team members. There is nothing wrong with identifying problems or issues. Unfortunately, too often after describing a problem,…
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by Bob Kealing I am guessing you have used or at least seen a piece of Tupperware. Chances are you don’t know much about the creation of the product or its creator, Earl Tupper. It is even less likely you know anything about Brownie Wise, the builder the…
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In these Remarkable TV episodes, I answer questions; you ask questions; we consider questions; there are a lot of questions. In this episode, I am proposing a question that all leaders need to ask themselves. Tweet it out: Remind yourself to W.A.I.T. –…
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Behavior assessments are everywhere. They are called different things, and measure everything from communication and learning style to creativity style to strengths and weaknesses. They help us see ourselves in new ways, and this is interesting and…
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by Martin Lanik You know that if you take a tough skill and make part of it habit, your success will improve. Such is the case with leadership. Build strong leader habits, and you will become a stronger and more successful leader. The question is – what…
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As this releases on July 3rd, people in the U.S. might be thinking about freedom as we prepare to celebrate Independence Day. But independence doesn’t only apply in early July. Leaders can and should be thinking about independence and what it means in…
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“Please” and “Thank You” is something that parents of young children spend a lot of time talking about and enforcing. And it’s something that shouldn’t stop or begin just there. There is incredible value to us as leaders in showing gratitude and…
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Some people are “list people,” while others aren’t. Even if it isn’t your general inclination, you have made a to-do list at some point – likely on a day when you had lots to do. There is a question that might change everything for you. If you can’t live…
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If you read this blog regularly, you know that we recently released our new book on remote leadership titled The Long-Distance Leader: Rules for Remarkable Remote Leadership. (Do you have your copy yet?) But we didn’t stop thinking about leading remotely…
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