… If You Understand Change Is A Choice.
On the most basic level, change is a choice. Many leaders don’t see it that way. They declare employees must follow the system, as doing so is their job. Technically correct, but these leaders fundamentally miss the heart of the matter: Each person is free to choose how he or she uses the system. Read More
As a manager, you provide some level of coaching to all your direct reports, helping some attain higher levels of professional achievement, and helping others improve their performance to fulfill their current roles. But while every manager should have the capability to coach, you also need to have the ability to discern when coaching isn’t working. Read More
I’ve made the point before that knowing when and how to delegate is a trait of good leaders. It shows trust in your employees and ensures that you are focusing your own time and skills in your zone of genius — the tasks that only you can do. Read More
Leadership coach Marshall Goldsmith took a look at historic leaders to discover five qualities that will remain essential to global leaders of the future.
Haven’t we talked about employee engagement enough? Nope! Because despite the amount of time, energy and effort that organizations around the globe are investing in helping engage people in work, things aren’t improving much.
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Whether you are a first time leader or experienced one, chances are that each day you struggle with information overload.
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