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This is a weekly class for Leaders who 'in practice' spend majority of their time having to lead meetings, coach bottom/top/middle performers and much more. However, most of us have had little to no formal training/ rarely given any instruction in what takes 80-90% of our time. WFH (work from home), distributed workforces, who now have to manage dual spouses WFH, homeschooling children, while worrying about everyone’s health and safety…magnifies the leadership challenges and makes the job 10x harder.

Please note—this class is part of a series. Classes may be attended out of order, but prior concepts may be referenced. To catch up on previous classes simply search “Leadership in Practice” in the Video Hub.

Leadership In Practice Certificates are available for individuals who consistently attend class.
Click here for more information
Charlie
Kim
Meghan
Messenger
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50 classes available

Leadership in Practice #50: Imposter Syndrome
23 1hr 48mins Apr 15
Leadership in Practice #49: Who Will Be the Next Trillion $ Company?
59 54 44mins Apr 8
Leadership in Practice #48: The Students Become the Teachers
34 62 1hr 33mins Apr 1
Leadership in Practice #47: The 2% Rule of Change
48 129 1hr 37mins Mar 25
Leadership in Practice #46: How To: Lead an Organization through 21st Century Transformation
101 146 1hr 28mins Mar 18
Leadership in Practice #45: What Leaders Can’t Control
29 144 1hr 22mins Mar 11
Leadership in Practice #44: How to Get Closure on Our Past Mistakes
130 242 1hr 55mins Mar 4
Leadership in Practice #43: HOW TO: Debug Your Decision Making Process
83 87 1hr 51mins Feb 25
Leadership in Practice #42: HOW TO: Train Your Brain [Chaos To Order]
69 119 1hr 41mins Feb 18
Leadership in Practice #41: How To: Increase Brain Speed (think faster)
44 112 1hr 36mins Feb 11
Leadership in Practice #40: Why We Suck at Strategy
203 83 1hr 33mins Feb 4
Leadership in Practice #39: How to go from Powerless to Empowered
56 110 1hr 19mins Jan 28
Leadership in Practice #38: Training with a Purpose
43 120 1hr 37mins Jan 21
Leadership in Practice #37: How To Get What You Really Really Want
46 115 1hr 26mins Jan 14
Leadership in Practice #36: Purpose Truth Action (PTA)
50 68 1hr 17mins Jan 7
Leadership in Practice #35: Implementation of Purpose
209 72 1hr 41mins Dec 17
Leadership in Practice #34: HOW TO: NOT Avoid Conflict
46 31 1hr 25mins Dec 10
Leadership in Practice #33: HOW TO: Avoid Conflict
43 40 1hr 23mins Dec 3
Leadership in Practice #32: How to HELP Someone Who is in SHAME
45 89 1hr 18mins Nov 19
Leadership in Practice #31: HOW TO: Train the Tightest OODA-Loop
37 68 1hr 12mins Nov 12
Leadership in Practice #30: Why People Don’t Action Their Ideas
35 79 1hr 20mins Nov 5
Leadership in Practice #29: Does a Limitless Pill Exist?
52 46 58mins Oct 29
Leadership in Practice #28: Decision Science - The Art of Decision Making
62 42 1hr 17mins Oct 22
Leadership in Practice Series #27: The Safer Choice is the Worse Choice
28 61 1hr 20mins Oct 15
Leadership in Practice #26: How Leaders Screw Up Their People (Unintentionally)
44 70 1hr 18mins Oct 8
Leadership in Practice #25: The Art of COACHING (Institutionalizing Elite Performance)
54 45 1hr 16mins Oct 1
Leadership in Practice #24: Untangling Complex Emotions
63 29 1hr 08mins Sep 24
Leadership in Practice #23: Foundational Skill to be Great at Strategy & Innovation
79 55 1hr 09mins Sep 17
Leadership in Practice #22: Live Situational Workshop
50 28 1hr 10mins Sep 10
Leadership in Practice #21: Why We Need Renewed Motivation (6 Months into COVID)
75 25 1hr 07mins Sep 3
Leadership In Practice #20: How To Build Emotional Intelligence
73 36 1hr 02mins Aug 20
Leadership In Practice #19: Top 2 Indicators Of Low Vs. High Performing Teams
50 26 1hr 04mins Aug 13
Leadership In Practice #18: How NOT To GIVE Feedback
86 51 1hr 08mins Aug 6
Leadership In Practice #17: Connection Between Frustration & Expectation
65 28 1hr 13mins Jul 30
Leadership in Practice #16, TP: Training Partner
54 35 1hr 04mins Jul 23
Leadership in Practice 15 of N: What’s the Cost of our Imbalances?
6 32 1hr 06mins Jul 16
Leadership in Practice: #14, Why Office Space Matters
58 26 1hr 08mins Jul 2
Leadership in Practice: #13, Brilliant in the Basics Part 2: Weekly Rituals
81 23 1hr 00mins Jun 25
Leadership in Practice: #12, Challenges Navigating BLM
166 92 1hr 13mins Jun 18
Leadership in Practice: #11, Brilliant in the Basics Part 1: SKILLS
231 22 1hr 13mins Jun 4
This is a weekly class for Leaders who "in practice" spend majority of their time having to lead meetings, coach bottom/top/middle performers.
Leadership in Practice: #10, Understanding Metrics & Measurement
78 21 1hr 19mins May 28
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Leadership in Practice: #9, Weekly Battle Rhythm
99 58 1hr 19mins May 21
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Leadership in Practice: #8, How to Accelerate Judgment Training
104 37 1hr 24mins May 14
Leadership in Practice: #7, How to Work Smarter (vs. Harder)
343 13 1hr 05mins May 7
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Leadership in Practice: #6, How to Get on Fire
152 18 48mins Apr 30
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Leadership in Practice: #5, WFH Protocol
395 25 1hr 16mins Apr 23
Leadership in Practice: #4, 100 Year Change
292 11 1hr 09mins Apr 16
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Leadership in Practice: #3, OJT: On-the-Job-Training
512 1hr 08mins Apr 9
Leadership in Practice: #2, What's Different about WFH
3,675 54mins Apr 2
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Leadership in Practice: #1, Effective Meeting Strategies
1,435 2 53mins Mar 26
About this Class
Leadership in Practice #30: Why People Don’t Action Their Ideas
This is a weekly class for Leaders who 'in practice' spend majority of their time having to lead meetings, coach bottom/top/middle performers and much more. However, most of us have had little to no formal training/ rarely given any instruction in what takes 80-90% of our time. WFH (work from home), distributed workforces, who now have to manage dual spouses WFH, homeschooling children, while worrying about everyone’s health and safety…magnifies the leadership challenges and makes the job 10x harder.

Please note—this class is part of a series. Classes may be attended out of order, but prior concepts may be referenced. To catch up on previous classes simply search “Leadership in Practice” in the Video Hub.

Leadership In Practice Certificates are available for individuals who consistently attend class.
Click here for more information
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About the teachers
Charlie Kim
Charlie Kim, Founder & Co-CEO of Next Jump. Charlie founded Next Jump in 1994 in his college dorm room. He grew the business to 150 employees in the first dot-com boom, soon to be followed by the dot-com bust, bringing the Company down to 4 employees before building back up. Next Jump proves the combination of caring for your employees and helping them grow as human beings is possible while making money and helping the world become a better place. Next Jump believes this is a pre-requisite in today’s human capital economy and calls it Better Me + Better You = Better Us. In addition to building a $2 billion technology company over 25 years, Next Jump was recognized by Harvard as one of the best run companies in the world. Simon Sinek featured Next Jump in his TED Talk for their no-fire policy. Thousands of leaders have gone through Next Jump’s Leadership Academy and experienced their developmental culture. Charlie is often invited to speak and share lessons learned from training the leadership across every industry including business (Fortune 500), sports (Olympic teams), medicine, education, military, CIA, etc.
Meghan Messenger
Meghan Messenger, Co-CEO of Next Jump.  Meghan started as a door to door sales intern for Next Jump in 1998 and now serves as the Co-CEO. She credits her success to the consistent practice of leading with authenticity. We are what we practice, however the #1 thing we practice is LHF (“lying/hiding/faking”), managing other people's impressions of us, trying to look good. In addition to building a $2 billion technology company over 25 years, Next Jump was recognized by Harvard as one of the best run companies in the world. Simon Sinek featured Next Jump in his TED Talk for their no-fire policy. Meghan is often invited to speak about how individuals and organizations fail in the 21st century.