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5 tips to further your business leadership skills

Entering the world of business means you must step up your leadership game. Great leaders take years to develop their skills. Throughout their journey, they put ambition to the test. Leadership is a skill just like juggling or speaking another language. It takes hard work...

source: By Alok Trivedi
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Whenever I have the opportunity to speak in front of a group of leaders, I often ask them to recall the greatest leaders they've ever worked with. I love not only listening to their great stories but seeing how quickly people can understand what great leadership looks like....

source: Michael Hyatt

You make decisions to keep yourself and your team comfortable. We all do it. It's human nature. We all subconsciously protect ourselves from change because we fear that change will overwhelm and overcome us. Here are five steps you can take to help your leadership team...

source: Forbes

Jeff Haden writes: Once upon a time I was a member of the most productive crew in the department, which meant we were considered to be the best crew, because numbers were everything. But we didn't need a Jobs or Bezos or Sandberg or (pick your personal epitome of effective...

source: Inc.

Micromanaging. Virtually no leader claims to do it, and those who do, say they are actively trying to stop doing it. Micromanaging is like a bad flu — no one wants it, no one tries to spread it, but we have all been infected with it. Unlike most flu viruses, micromanagement...

source: Leadership & Learning with Kevin Eikenberry

The best leaders exhibit certain traits that make them hugely successful. While a leader's actions may be scrutinized at all times, there are qualities that make leaders stand apart from the rest. The successful leader knows to apply the traits that have made other leaders...

source: Lolly Daskal

Imagine you are a fly on the wall in a corporate training center where a management team of 12 is participating in a session on executing strategy. The team is midway through attempting to solve a new, uncertain and complex problem. The facilitators look on as at first the...

source: Harvard Business Review

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