You know a great leader when you’re working for one, but even they can have a hard time explaining the specifics of what they do that makes their leadership so effective.
Incivility – in the community, in politics, in the workplace – is on the rise. In one survey, nearly everyone (79%) believes it’s creating a serious problem in society.
Too many business leaders today are out of touch with the employees they lead. Our primary method of developing leaders is antithetical to the type of leadership we need.
Here are our top 16 secrets to being a great boss, one of your key first defenses to retaining your top team members.
Most leaders want to be great at what they do, but far too many fall short. Why is that? What do great leaders have that not-so-great ones don’t?
What is the essential quality that moves a leader from merely mediocre to truly exceptional? The answer, according to science, probably isn’t what you expect.
Putting religious and spiritual beliefs aside, no one in history has been discussed more, worshipped more, had more songs and books written about and inspired more artwork.
Take a moment, grab a cup of coffee, and read through the items below. Your aim is to identify two to three that will help you and your team be successful in the new year.
Instead of following a similar futile pattern for your focus in 2016, make this the year you are going to be more intentional about where you spend your time, your energy and your resources.
What many of these leaders haven’t discovered is that humility is an underrated and powerful leadership trait.