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3 Ways You’re Being a Less Effective Leader Than You Could Be

By | Posted Aug 19, 2015

How effectively are you leading your employees? Victor Prince has had years of experience leading and managing teams, and he knows that there are ways you can improve as a leader. See what he says are the three ways you’re being less effective than possible, and how you can get the best out of your team.

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Playfulness at Work: How to Inspire Innovation

By | Posted Aug 7, 2015 | 5 Comments

Are you in the right mindset to best lead your team? Perhaps it’s time to evaluate how you approach different work scenarios and see if you can learn from a new style. Leadership expert Daniel Goleman offers his advice on whether or not playfulness has a role in leadership and inspiring innovation.

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The 6 Styles of Leadership You Need to Know

By | Posted Jul 31, 2015 | 1 Comment

Are you getting through to everyone in your team? Everyone responds to motivation and management styles differently, so you have to be able to adapt with them. Daniel Goleman sat down with AMA to discuss the six styles of leadership, and why it’s so important to use them.

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Your Visionary Self: Becoming a Leader

By | Posted Jul 29, 2015 | 1 Comment

How can you express yourself on your way to becoming a leader? Losing yourself in the process of ascending the ranks will only hurt your future. Rob-Jan de Jong explains how you can be a visionary on your way to becoming a transformational leader.

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How Firefighting Leaders Maintain Focus on Organizational Success

By | Posted Jul 17, 2015

Are you able to keep everyone focused on success at your company? If not, your team cannot perform to their optimal level, and that is the fault of their leader. Tom Pandola is a former fireman who offers his advice on what you can learn about leadership and focus from firefighting leaders.

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Hiring a New CEO: Did the Right Person Get Cast Aside?

By | Posted Jul 13, 2015

Hiring a new CEO is vital to an organization’s health, but is your company making the right choice? The right option for new CEO might have been the person whose resume you just threw out. Richard Metheny offers his advice on how to make sure your organization’s future is in good hands.

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Embrace Disruption and Leapfrog Your Career

By | Posted Jul 9, 2015

What is the best way to create career opportunities for yourself? Peter Boni offers his advice on the three ways that you can put yourself in a position to succeed, why one way is far more effective, and what your steps are going forward.

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Lead Change the Right Way: A Simple Formula

By | Posted Jul 6, 2015 | 1 Comment

Change is unpredictable and often is the cause of a business’ demise. Are you prepared to lead your company through times of change? Marty Lattman explains how you can be ready to lead change in your organization for the future the right way, and why you should start thinking about it now.

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Why Leaders Lose Sight of Their Goals

By | Posted Jul 2, 2015 | 1 Comment

Does your leadership exhibit character flaws that could result in leadership derailment? John Mattone, an international keynote speaker on leadership and talent culture, explains the traits that affect leadership performance.

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The REAL Power of a Customer Journey Map

By | Posted Jun 30, 2015 | 2 Comments

Are your customer’s needs being addressed by your company’s leadership? Jeanne Bliss, co-founder of the Customer Experience Professionals Association explains the benefits of using a customer journey map effectively.

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Why You Should Stop Promoting Superstars

By | Posted Jun 26, 2015

Who should you be promoting to the top of your organization? It would seem to make sense to promote those that perform the best, right? Jackie Barretta thinks this might not be the best move. See why she thinks you should rethink your promotional strategy and focus on those who excel in other areas.

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Not All Change Is Created Equal

By | Posted Jun 24, 2015

Is your organization prepared to change and adapt with the times? Staying ahead of the game is crucial to sustained success, and that can only happen if you understand how change is not always created equal. Juliane Parsons explains the various types of change and why you need to understand the differences.

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