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What You’re Reading: Most Read Articles of 2022 So Far

by | Jul 4, 2022 | By Karin Hurt and David Dye |

It’s that time of year when we pause to review what you’re reading here on Let’s Grow Leaders. We inventory the most read articles of 2022 so far.

It’s always interesting to see what’s of most interest to you now and which continues to resonate over time.

Most Read Articles of 2022 (The Best-Of Leadership Articles Written This Year)

We would love to hear from you. Which of our leadership articles, Leadership Without Losing Your Soul podcast episodes and Asking-for-a-Friend videos resonate most with you? Why? Please let us know what additional topics would be of most interest.

1. Our most-read article of the year so far is “How to Help You Team Think Bigger”

In this article, we share practical tools and techniques to engage, equip and encourage your team to think more strategically.

How to Help Your Team Think Bigger

2. A close second, 3 Values to Encourage in Every Member of Your Team

In our first article, we share practical techniques to help your team be more compassionate, courageous, and curious. This one is a great conversation starter if you’re looking to share some of our Courageous Cultures concepts at a team level. It pairs nicely with Share Your Ideas: Practical Ways to Ensure Your Voice is Heard.

3 Leadership Values to Encourage in Every Member of Your Team

3. The Most Challenging Person for a Human-Centered Leader

Is tragic that the most committed and passionate human-centered leaders are often the hardest on themselves. In this popular article, David shares practical approaches to treat yourself with the same compassion you give your team.

The Most Challenging Person for a Human-Centered Leader

Evergreen Topics: The Popular Leadership Articles that Continue to Trend on Let’s Grow Leaders

These continue to be some of the most read articles on Let’s Grow Leaders.

1. 7 Ways to Help Your Team Deal With Ambiguity

This article continues to trend as our MOST POPULAR on Let’s Grow Leaders. We encourage you to check it out and leave a comment with your best practice for dealing with ambiguity and change.

7 Ways to Help Your Team Deal with Ambiguity

2. Psychological Safety: Why People Don’t Speak Up at Work

In this popular article, we share the research that grounds our book, Courageous Cultures: How to Build Teams of Micro-Innovators, Problem Solvers, and Customer Advocates.

It’s also a good one to share with your team and discuss if any of these are challenges for them.

Psychological Safety: Why People Don’t Speak Up at Work

9 Questions to Help Teams Solve Problems on Their Own

You can get a quick glimpse into one of our most popular coaching techniques. This easy-to-implement technique is a great way to develop critical thinking and problems solving skills on your team. Participants in our leadership development programs tell us it’s made a huge difference in empowering their teams.

solve problems

4. Leadership Skills: 6 Competencies You Can’t Lead Without

If you haven’t yet read this article, we encourage you to take a look. These foundational concepts have changed the game for leaders and their teams. Implementing them consistently at every level is a great way to create sustained culture change.

Leadership Skills: 6 Competencies You Can’t Lead Without

Favorites on Leadership Without Losing Your Soul (Podcast)

The most popular guest episode this year so far was Meaningful Leadership Conversations with Jessica Pettitt.

Meaningful Leadership Conversations with Jessica Pettitt

And, you won’t want to miss, 3 Overused Skills That Will Derail Your Leadership.

And this popular episode on effective listening.

The Disciplined Listening Method with Michael Reddington

Popular on Asking For a Friend (A LinkedIn Show)

1. Courageous at Work: Practical Ways to be a Bit More Daring

courageous at work

You asked for more quick and practical leadership tips and your favorite series so far has been the Managerial Courage Challenge-– a seven-seven part series to encourage courage.

Other popular “Asking For a Friend” episodes include:

What Can We Learn From Our Regrets? (An Interview with Dan Pink)

And you won’t want to miss, special Asking For a Friend on the road shows, including How to Get Beneath the Surface to Support Your Team (From Bonaire), and….a view from Alaska, Dealing with Naysayers: How to Stay Confident in Your Goal.

Dealing with Naysayers: How to Stay Confident in Your Goal [VIDEO]

What’s your Favorite?

So, that’s a wrap of the most read articles on Let’s Grow Leaders so far this year.  We’re curious, what’s your favorite and why?

Also, if you’re looking for additional, practical ways to accelerate your team’s performance, click on the image below to learn more about how our self-paced, manager-led team accelerator program can help. We would love to set you up for a free demo and/or chat with you about how this program can help your team build deeper trust, accountability, connection, and better results.

Team Accelerator for Empowered Team

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Karin Hurt and David Dye

Karin Hurt and David Dye help human-centered leaders find clarity in uncertainty, drive innovation, and achieve breakthrough results. As CEO and President of Let’s Grow Leaders, they are known for practical tools and leadership development programs that stick. Karin and David are the award-winning authors of five books including, Courageous Cultures: How to Build Teams of Micro-Innovators, Problem Solvers, and Customer Advocates and Winning Well: A Manager’s Guide to Getting Results-Without Losing Your Soul A former Verizon Wireless executive, Karin was named to Inc. Magazine’s list of great leadership speakers. David Dye is a former executive and elected official. Karin and David are committed to their philanthropic initiative, Winning Wells – building clean water wells for the people of Cambodia.

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