Category: Education

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LEAD Clermont Introduces Class of 2019

Representatives from 29 Clermont County business, education, healthcare, government, social service and nonprofit organizations will participate in the LEAD Clermont  Classic Class of 2019, which kicked off its leadership development journey with a networking event attended by dozens of the program’s alumni. In all, the class comprises 33 members, the largest Continue Reading

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Nominations Due July 20 for 2018 Pacesetter Awards

The Clermont Chamber of Commerce Pacesetter Awards Dinner recognizes outstanding companies and individuals for their hard work and county contribution. The 2018 Pacesetter Awards will be held on Thursday, November 8, 2018 at Oasis Conference Center in Loveland, OH from 5:30pm until 8:30pm. These recipients truly make a positive impact on Continue Reading

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World’s Largest One-day Leadership Conference to be Simulcast in Clermont County; Online Registration Now Open

Clermont County, OH — For the second year, LEAD Clermont Academy will host a simulcast of the world’s largest one-day leadership conference, Leadercast, shared live from Atlanta with hundreds of locations in twenty countries on May 4, 2018. This year’s Clermont simulcast site is Crossroads East Side. The theme of this Continue Reading

What Does a High EQ Look Like?

Here are 9 characteristics shared by Dr. Travis Bradburry, author of Emotional Intelligence 2.0, and president of TalentSmart : 1. Being positive is key. No one wants to work with an Eeyore. Even in the most stressful situations, a leader with a high EQ will stand out because of his or her ability to Continue Reading

Love in the Workplace? Yes!

 Ryan Niemiec, Education Director @ VIA Institute on Character. Here’s a conversation I often have with managers, CEOs, and executive coaches who take a look at the 24 character strengths in the VIA classification and say this: Manager: “I see how the strengths of perseverance and self-regulation are important at work because employees can learn to work Continue Reading

LEAD Breakfast Celebrated its 1st Anniversary – Woo Hoo!!!!

“The Promise” is a two-way street, as The Academy: asks Alumni to give back to the community; to improve quality of life, and promises to provide opportunities for Leadership (development), Stewardship (service), Friendship (relationships). We provide learning opportunities through our LEAD Over programming, which includes our monthly LEAD Breakfast! We launched LEAD Breakfast in Continue Reading

What’s Your Leadership Brand?

Personal branding is serious business these days. Ever since the publication of Tom Peters’ “The Brand Called You” in Fast Company, personal branding has gone from a radical idea to a career basic. But how much thought have you given to building your leadership brand? Plenty of people build a professional Continue Reading

Leaders and Managers Uncloaked…

The distinctions of leadership and management can be described briefly with ten easy pieces of contrast: Leaders create and communicate the vision; managers follow the vision. Leaders lead people; managers manage processes. Leaders take the first step; managers take the next step. Leaders ask “why” and “what;” managers ask “how” and Continue Reading

What Every New Leader Needs to Know

Awakening your team to a new form of energy. Environments where employees work by the book, laden with rules and regulations about what can’t be done, rather than what could be done, are not attractive to people full of spirit seeking to make their mark in the world. In such places, Continue Reading

20 Leadership Quotes Worthy of Your Consideration…

20 Leadership Quotes Worthy of Your Consideration: “The key to successful leadership today is influence, not authority.” — Ken Blanchard “Done is better than perfect.” — Sheryl Sandberg “Information is the oil of the 21st century, and analytics is the combustion engine.” — Peter Sondergaard, Senior Vice President, Gartner “The world Continue Reading