Put Yourself Last

  • Jeff Gibbard
  • 6 min read

Isn’t that typically what you do? I do it too. You’ve got clients or your boss, family, friends, and everyone else’s priorities. You’ve got to get it all done first, right? So, that big idea you’ve got…you’ll do it next week. If not next week, then definitely the following week, right? At least by the […]

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The Lovable Leader Two-Day Launch Event

  • Jeff Gibbard
  • 3 min read

On January 25th, my book, The Lovable Leader will be officially released to the world. To promote the launch of the book, I’m hosting a two-day launch event. I will be talking to brilliant leaders about the concepts in The Lovable Leader. Here’s the schedule of the day with my current confirmed guests. Day 1: […]

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How To Leverage The Inversion Method

  • Jeff Gibbard
  • 5 min read

According to relationship researcher John Gottman, the magic ratio is 5:1. That is, the healthiest relationships generally have 5x or more positive interactions for every one negative interaction. Other studies have shown that human beings have a greater ability to recall negative or painful memories than positive ones. As I covered in The Attrition Equation, […]

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Be Worth Following

  • Jeff Gibbard
  • 4 min read

The greatest leaders are fundamentally no different from you and me. They choose certain ways to behave, either through instinct or education, formal and informal. Great paragons of leadership forge new paths and bring about something remarkable, all because they have one thing in common: people are willing to follow them. Seriously, break it down: […]

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We can all agree that if placed in a leadership position, we’d rather be effective than ineffective. We’d rather people like us than hate us. In short, we’d rather be a great leader than a bad boss. The problem is too many managers still try to gain respect through fear. Too many managers get so […]

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Delegation Motivation

  • Jeff Gibbard
  • 5 min read

One of the most emotionally challenging aspects of leading teams is delegation. On the surface, it sounds quite simple. Just assign the task to someone else. However, in order to delegate work to someone else, you must relinquish your control and put trust in someone else to handle the task. You need to confront your […]

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Critical Care

  • Jeff Gibbard
  • 3 min read

How do you give someone critical feedback without them getting defensive but instead taking it in the spirit in which it was given? Whether you are a manager who needs to deliver some suggested improvements for a team member, a spouse who needs to broach a difficult subject with your partner, or a parent who […]

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The Attrition Equation

  • Jeff Gibbard
  • 7 min read

Companies all over the country are facing worker shortages in what has been dubbed “the great resignation.“ “People just don’t want to work” or so the narrative goes. Today, we’re going to answer the question of why people are leaving, and what we can definitively do to fix it. Read the post for full context […]

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Commitment Issues

  • Jeff Gibbard
  • 4 min read

Let’s talk about two made-up ideas. Multitasking is largely an illusion and over-committed is a misnomer. “Multi-Tasking” When you are multitasking what you are really doing is quickly task switching. The brain is virtually incapable of thinking about two things at once. You’re not good at it, I’m not good at it, no one is […]

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How I Plan To Change the World

  • Jeff Gibbard
  • 5 min read

Earlier this week, I shared the three steps to change the world. Building off of that, I’d like to share my specific plan to change the world. As I shared in how to change the world, togetherness, alignment, and action combine to create the opportunity to change the world. It’s not a guarantee, but it […]

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