Tag: Cultivating Leadership

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Stop Giving Everyone Advice

Stop Giving Everyone Advice

Nat Greene is a business leader, author, and champion of great problem-solving. He helps smart people make radically better decisions. Here he offers some advice about helping those under your leadership learn to solve problems on their own–instead of always needing to ask your advice. When someone comes to you for advice, there is an incredibly [...]

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5 Ideas to Help You Cultivate Leadership

5 Ideas to Help You Cultivate Leadership

The ultimate sign of an effective leader is that they are cultivating leadership in others. Sometimes this happens naturally. Yet, more often than not, if you want to cultivate leadership, you need to be intentional. Here are 5 key ideas that can help you cultivate leadership in others: Leading can be simple. In fact, committing [...]

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6 Ways to Establish Your Credibility as a Leader

6 Ways to Establish Your Credibility as a Leader

Paul Larsen — top executive coach, business consultant, and author — believes that no matter your background or experience, you can learn to be an effective and powerful leader. His new book, Find Your VOICE as a Leader, outlines a common sense V-O-I-C-E model that can help leaders at any level find their voice and make an impact. The following [...]

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Tapping the Millennial Leadership Well

Tapping the Millennial Leadership Well

Our ability to attract, train, manage, and retain the next generation of leaders is critical to the future success of our businesses. But how do we bridge the generation gap to truly understand and maximize those in younger generations — specifically, the millennials? Dan Negroni, author of the new Chasing Relevance, offers four actionable ideas to bust through [...]

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What If Every Job Was a Leadership Position?

What If Every Job Was a Leadership Position?

How would you respond if I said to you, “Every job is a leadership position”? Does it seem like a nice concept, but not a real possibility? Or is it the way you approach your job and the way you expect others to approach theirs? If you don’t have a title that is labeled specifically [...]

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