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Top 10 Blogs Of 2020

Dec 18, 2020 6:30:00 AM

Top 10 of 2020 - CroppedAnother year of blogging is in the books! 

In what has been a strange and challenging year for everyone, I hope these posts brought you some insight, nuggets of wisdom, or perhaps opportunities for reflection in 2020. 

Here are the most popular leadership blogs of the year:

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10. Emotional intelligence in a time of crisis

by Brittany Kirk, Learning & Development Specialist at Gibson

Navigating the waters of disruption presents an opportunity to grow in emotional intelligence and empathy. How can you rise to the occasion?

 

9. Accelerate Success...By slowing Down For a Day

by Brock Squire, COO at Gibson

It is amazing how slowing down for one day accelerates success for the rest of the year.

 

8. A COULD MINDSET

by Kristine Hilger Carles, Executive Director of Leadership South Bend | Mishawaka

Switching from a SHOULD to a COULD mindset will help to navigate the unknown and open us to creative options.

 

7. A Little perspective & An abundance of gratitude

by Nicole Fallowfield, Principal | Director of Administration at Gibson

We all have challenging times ahead of us. But I have no doubt that with some perspective, a little gratitude, and support of each other, our best and brightest days are ahead of us.

 

6. 6 Lessons from our rebrand

by Becky Beckman, Director of Marketing at Gibson

Rebranding is a company strategy, not just a marketing strategy.

 

5. Accomplishing More together: Dynamic & Inclusive Teaming

by Brad Serf, Principal at Gibson

While individual effort remains important and will always have its place, blending individual strengths through well-constructed professional teams will prevail in a dynamic environment.

 

4. Returning to a better normal

by Erin Cressy, President of Cressy Consulting

Let us emerge from this better, stronger, more thoughtful, more connected, and more ready to lead the way to a better normal.

 

3. A roaring 20s redux: Are you ready for it?

by Tim Leman, Chairman & CEO at Gibson

Those who are truly prepared and willing will not only survive but thrive in the long game. Their readiness will breed a spirit of indomitable resilience. 

 

2. The courage to Lead

by Tim Leman, Chairman & CEO at Gibson

The call for COURAGEOUS LEADERSHIP has gone out. And not that you need reminding, but there are many counting on you. How will you answer?

 

1. Infinite games & Just causes

by Tim Leman, Chairman & CEO at Gibson

Does your organization have a Just Cause? Would your “vision statement” stand up to a Just Cause critique?

 

We started this Friday leadership blog series nearly 8 years ago. It wouldn't be possible without our guest bloggers - thank you! We appreciate you each taking the time to share your wisdom and perspective. I'd also like to thank our readers - we appreciate you reading and sharing these blog posts! 

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Tim Leman

Written by Tim Leman

Tim is Chairman and CEO at Gibson. He joined Gibson in 2005 as the Director of the Employee Benefits Practice. He led a major overhaul, transforming the division into one of the leading employee benefits practices in the Midwest. In early 2007 he became a principal and later that same year was appointed Chief Growth Officer. In 2009 he was named President, in 2011 became Chief Executive Officer, and in 2014 Chairman of the Board.

With Tim’s leadership, Gibson has been selected as a Best Places to Work in Indiana, named to Principal’s 10 Best list for employee financial security, maintained its status as a Reagan & Associates Best Practices Agency, recognized as one of 20 Indiana Companies To Watch, and named to the Inc. 5000 list. Read Tim's Full Bio