Leadership Quarterly

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The Leadership Quarterly™ is the periodic business journal for The Leadership Circle that addresses the issues that are critical to your competitive advantage, including periodic thought pieces. With insights and commentary from Bob Anderson, founder and CEO of The Leadership Circle, and other industry leaders, the Leadership Quarterly discusses these important issues to help create exceptional leaders within your company.

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Taking leadership development to the next level in the Middle East and North Africa

June, 2015 | by Douglas Day

Taking leadership development to the next level in the Middle East and North Africa The Leadership Circle is now entering the Middle East and North Africa. Bill Adams, the CEO, stated, “We have had good experiences here. Our global clients have run programs with us involving executives in the region, […]

Fifth Annual Asia Pacific Conference – Navigating Waves of Complexity

May, 2015 | by Douglas Day

In case you missed this years Fifth Annual Asia Pacific Conference – Navigating Waves of Complexity, we are excited to share the link to the full recording here: http://tlc.mediahouseplus.com/Sydney2015/webcast.html Here is the press release that went out just prior to the conference in case you missed that as well: Increasing complexity: […]

A Conscious Practice of Becoming

January, 2015 | by Katherine Anderson

As I reflected upon the year that has fallen away and the new one now upon us, I have been drawn to share a few thoughts that inspire me as I take stock, enliven meaningful priorities and begin anew in my personal and professional leadership practice for staying the course. […]

Recovering the Rhythms of Rest

October, 2014 | by Dave Schrader

The Technology Loop and Fred’s Sanity There’s a Portlandia episode in which the Fred is working at home, sitting at his dining room table with his laptop, tablet, and phone in front of him.  He’s checking email, updating Facebook, reading Tweets (and whatever it is that comes through Tumblr: Tumbles?), […]

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