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The Time for Rest and Renewal

The Time for Rest and Renewal

Ancient wisdom tells us that winter is a time for rest and renewal. But in our culture, we turn on the lights, turn up the heat, get some caffeine and keep on truckin’. Some music with a downbeat fills the emptiness quite well. What is the consequence to have no...

15 Keys to Success After Being Promoted to Manager

15 Keys to Success After Being Promoted to Manager

The transition from top performer to manager is often times challenging for both the individual and the team. The roles and skills are very different. By “performer” we mean someone who is qualified to make and fulfill promises as an individual. By “manager” we mean...

Leadership Development Step 3 – Professional Skill Sets

Leadership Development Step 3 – Professional Skill Sets

In following your Leadership Development path, we, at IGL, offer to be a guide through the steps of new awareness of what it takes to be your best as a leader. Second, we give you the support to practice on the job to build your leadership muscles and results. Third,...

Leadership Development Step 2 – New Action Skills

Leadership Development Step 2 – New Action Skills

Learning to elevate your leadership impact and skills takes more than being aware of what these skills are. It takes practice to grow and hone these skills. Having a body does not make you a high-level athlete. But with practice, you can become your best as an...

Leadership Development Step 1 – New Awareness

Leadership Development Step 1 – New Awareness

We need new Awareness for stepping forward into developing our leadership and leadership results. What are our results we want from new awareness? Better team performance, better career progress, bigger impact in your work life. How does new awareness produce better...

Take Your Leadership to the Next Level – Part 1

Take Your Leadership to the Next Level – Part 1

Is there a limit on the value and impact we can create as leaders? Is our success evidence that there is no need, or room, to get better? Or can we go to another level of contribution? Whatever our success, we can always take our leadership to another level of...

10 Skills for the Manager to Executive Transition

Our experience with leadership development is that mastering these skills takes time and practice and it may take years. The key is to be aware of the right things to practice. What follows is some of what we’ve learned about what is crucial to practice. The effective...

The Manager to Executive Transition – Good Work to Great Value

The Manager to Executive Transition – Good Work to Great Value

One of the great challenges of leadership careers in organizations is the transition from manager to executive. Many fail at this transition point. One CEO of a large corporation that put a lot of resources into developing their managers and senior managers reported...