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2 steps to adjust your leadership perspective

Leading for a long time has many benefits: calm composure, wide-ranging perspective and wisdom from handling diverse experiences. Unfortunately, it can often lead to complacency. We become set in our ways, sure that our tenure means we know best. To avoid stagnancy, adjust...

source: By Catherine Iste
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In today's business world, full of industry disruption and rapid change, it is often necessary for a new leader to step in and take over established teams. Whether that's brought about to address a critical turnaround situation or just...

source: Forbes

"Arjay Miller lived a life of incredible impact." That statement was made by Bernadette Clavier, an administrator at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, upon the occasion of Miller's passing at the age of 101. Miller is credited with transforming the curriculum of...

source: Forbes

It's a sad truth of our time that the state of leadership is not well regarded. It seems to be associated with a lot of deadly mistakes. Most leaders never show up in headlines or polling data. They have good intentions, work hard to be effective and serve well. But even...

source: Lolly Daskal

Many, if not most, fire departments use a recruitment and hiring policy to guide the selection process of new personnel. This policy can be found within the agency policy manual, or is part of a larger human resources policy for the state, county or city that oversees hiring...

source: Fire Chief

Recently I sat in a meeting with the CEO of a $1 billion+ company, together with all of his senior leaders, a team of around 12 people. The CEO, Kevin, was frustrated beyond belief with his team because he wasn't seeing the behaviors he wanted from them, especially...

source: Skip Prichard Leadership Insights

If you are looking to up your leadership game this year, you'll want to do what all great leaders do: practice self-coaching. While you might think that leaders spend most of their time helping others to be their best selves, they also spend a lot of time taking care of...

source: Lead on Purpose

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