John Eades Leadership Expert

John is the CEO of LearnLoft, author of, F.M.L. Standing Out & Being a Leader and host of the 'Follow My Lead' Podcast. He writes or has been featured on, LinkedIn Pulse,,, CNBC Money, and more. John completed his education at the University of Maryland College. 


3 Innovative Ways Organizations Can Use Video to EduMarket

If you haven’t heard of Gary Vaynerchuk (@Garyvee on twitter), you’re missing out. Gary is a best-selling author and social media expert. He has built a highly successful strategic creative agency helping businesses maximize social media in today’s crazy and noisy world. I would highly recommend you consume everything he’s put out. He has enough video content on the YouTube to keep you engaged well-beyond your Netflix Daredevil binge. In one of his articles, “The Rise of Video Marketing on Social and How if Affects Your Business,” Gary says,


Why the Best Leaders Embrace Humility at Work

There are many attributes that leaders must develop if they wish to have a meaningful impact in the workplace. Empathy improves your ability to relate with those you lead, while a focus on accountability ensures that everyone gives their best effort.


What The Mason Jar Can Teach Us About Microlearning

In 1858, Landis Mason invented the Mason jar, designed for home canning and food preservation. Fast-forward to today, and you’ll see the Mason jar used for anything but canning! Herb gardens, adult beverage containers, lighting fixtures, soap dispensers, terrariums, etc. You name it, there’s surly a Mason jar hack for it. Check out 50 creative uses for mason jars: 


How the Best Leaders Connect with Employees

With some people, connections come easy. Maybe you have a similar background, shared hobbies or a mutual friend. With others, however, you may not have much in common, which can make it harder to connect. If leaders aren't careful, this can also make these individuals harder to lead.


4 Simple Steps to Be a Better Leader

I was staring at my computer screen at 6PM on a Friday finally relieved that my team had gone home. It had been 4 weeks since I inherited this group, and either I was the worst leader in the free world or they were unable to be managed. It was just about this time, that I ran across a quote from Simon Sinek:

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