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Peer leadership requires conviction that the person in charge is one whom you trust and are willing to follow even though that person has no authority over you. So why believe?
Leading those who can say “no” to you is always a huge challenge, but if you can convince them by your actions and your enthusiasm, then they might believe in what you are doing.[…] Continue Reading »
Although the holiday season is a time for giving, it can leave many feeling exhausted and overwhelmed, particularly when work comes between holiday fun and time off.
How can you keep employees motivated and excited during this busy season? Here are six suggestions:
Show employee appreciation by creating a healthy work-life balance
Pay special attention to the level of work-life balance that you’re providing your employees.[…] Continue Reading »
You have a job to do, and you’re focused on getting it done. You rightly expect your employees to be useful and on board with the tasks. But in your focus on the job at hand, do you speak before you’ve thought it out and destroy the morale of your employees?
Check out these five ways to create resentful, unappreciated workers.[…] Continue Reading »
In the business world, management and leadership positions are sometimes confused as one similar entity, but when looked at more closely, it becomes clear the two are not one in the same. A manager’s duties is focused on organization, coordination, and delegation. Great leaders go above and beyond their duties, ultimately motivating and inspiring the entire team.[…] Continue Reading »
Leaders who are on the fast track know what it’s like to have to “scale” when they’re promoted. They may go from managing an organization with a few people to managing hundreds in the blink of an eye. They may not know how to scale the relationships that are most important to their success.
Your ability to maintain relationships is key to success in the new position, of course; and you also must be able to scale connections with people in your organization (and make time to develop important stakeholder relationships outside the organization).[…] Continue Reading »