Tag Archives: Gregg Ward

The Book District Podcast

by in Media, Press, Respectful Leadership

3 big ideas discussed in this episode: The two most common leadership styles “Command & Control” and “Carrot & Stick” are unproductive, unsustainable and disrespectful. A much more effective and positive style is needed, “Respectful Leadership.” Respect is contagious: recent discoveries in neuroscience consistently support the concept that if we treat others with genuine respect, […]

30 Years and 2,500 Programs in Learning & Development- Has Anything Changed?

by in Managing Conflict, Respectful Leadership

My first real training development and delivery job was for the New York City Police Department in the 1980’s and it was a doozy: use professional actors to help train police officers learn how to manage what they called “EDP”s – Emotionally Disturbed Persons. My responsibility was to cast and direct the actors and help […]

Gregg Ward to Speak at Disrupt HR 3.0

by in Events, Press

See Gregg Ward speak at Disrupt HR 3.0, an information exchange designed to energize, inform, and empower executives, business leaders, and people in the HR field. At this public event, speakers from CEOs to top HR professionals have 5 minutes to blow your mind with their engaging presentations. Gregg will present his keynote presentation, “The […]

“The Respectful Leader” Wins Gold Medal

by in Books, Press

“The Respectful Leader: Seven Ways to Influence Without Intimidation” by Gregg Ward wins gold medal from the Axiom Business Book Awards SAN DIEGO, CA — “The Respectful Leader: Seven Ways to Influence Without Intimidation” by Gregg Ward has won a gold medal in the Business Fable category from the Axiom Business Book Awards, the largest and […]

Advocating for Respect: Overcoming Skeptics Who Claim We’re Oversensitive and Too Politically Correct

by in Leadership Presence, Respectful Leadership

Hearing about Donald Trump’s recent meeting in which he made disrespectful comments about immigrants and other countries reminded me of an incident I witnessed over 20 years ago, while facilitating a corporate leadership strategy session. I watched – paralyzed – as the CEO of a global company literally screamed obscenities and personal abuse at his […]

5 Non-Confrontational Ways to Encourage Employee Accountability

by in Engagement, Productivity & Performance, Uncategorized

When managing a project, sometimes it takes a little extra TLC to get your team on board, working at their greatest potential, and delivering maximum results. But few people enjoy working while being observed through a microscope. So how do you encourage employees without coming across as pushy or confrontational? Entrepreneur Guest Writer Lucas Miller […]

To Be a Great Leader, Learn to Delegate

by in Engagement, Productivity & Performance

One of the greatest challenges for many new managers lies in a self-transformation from task master to leader. This transition involves the ability to effectively delegate responsibilities to other team members and empower them to succeed. Harvard Business Review Contributor Jesse Sostrin discusses this common management dilemma and offers strategies to help streamline your workflow, […]

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