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To be more effective leaders, we must recognize the role influence plays in our work, holding ourselves accountable, therefore taking action and influencing others to do the same.
As a leader we can be scared and feel fear, but cannot stop, and be frozen in our tracks doing nothing. Here are some steps you can take to lead, even when you are scared.
Having the ability to articulate your thoughts and think on your feet is a valuable skill to communicate your confidence and competence to others. Do it better with these pointers.
To become the best leader you can be, you must truly recognize, acknowledge and value who you are.
Too many leaders think they can leave their real selves at home, leading from a place of policy, procedure and a pursuit of perceived perfection. If you want to be a more effective leader, be real and...
It's not luck and explaining things others achieve as luck is a way to justify why you didn’t succeed. Here are 4 tips, in the form of an acrostic, to help you become a highly effective leader.
Here are five lessons in coaching and feedback that you can learn from the upcoming Conference Tournaments and NCAA Men’s and Women’s Tournaments.
While this article can’t (immediately anyway) reduce the number of meetings you attend, it can help make the most of those meetings you do attend.
Pinterest's Secret Boards can be a phenomenal tool when it comes to goal achievement - helping leaders to achieve more and lead more effectively. Here's how.
Here are 7 ways to create learning opportunities (other than training) in order to develop the leaders in your organization, or if you are looking for ways to expand your personal leadership skill set...
Invented over 70 years ago, there are leadership lessons to be found in Teflon (believe it or not). Read on to find out how you can learn from the President of Teflon and Teflon Tony.
Just like the players will have a playbook to prepare for the game, this article will give you your game plan for gleaning leadership lessons from the Super Bowl.
Use the power of dialogue to help your team, and facilitate your group in the direction of meaning and understanding.
A big part of the leadership development process is determining your style and then developing in that direction. Once you understand yourself enough to determine your style, then you can begin buildi...
As leaders, we can use positive emotions to help people prepare for, recognize and even embrace change. And when we use them as an individual, we create more effective change, better relationships, le...