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3 ways to avoid new leadership failures

Recently, three distraught managers from three different organizations called to ask my advice with the same issue. New senior leaders were brought into each of these organizations with devastating consequences. They may have been hired for the great results they got in...

source: By Simma Lieberman
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Elevate the dialogue around leadership. Give people a clear path to help them try new things, and create space for innovation with experimental leadership methods. As people try new things, there are a few skills that can help it create a better chance for experimenting...

source: Business.com

Most managers have some level of vested interest in monitoring their employees. With remote teams, it's important to have some clear gauge for how your employees are performing, since you won't be there to monitor them in person. If you're interested in improving productivity,...

source: Business 2 Community

This is your last chance to submit nominations for Fire Chief of the Year and the Ben Franklin Award for Valor. Presented annually by the IAFC and Pierce Manufacturing, Fire Chief of the Year honors one career and one volunteer chief for their leadership, innovation and...

source: IAFC

When a crisis hits, your team is more likely to start experiencing burnout. They're feeling more stress, working longer hours and putting in more focused effort than usual. The combination is one that often leaves people feeling fatigued and irritated — in short, burned...

source: Lolly Daskal

Many people are overwhelmed when they are studying leadership. Articles, books, seminars, videos, online courses ... all of them provide pieces to the puzzle to assist individuals to becoming a great leader. It so often appears that there's a code somewhere that needs deciphering.

source: Skip Prichard

Are you feeling some unease and distress at work these days? Chances are your tried and true routines are a mess, which may be the cause of those feelings. Consciously building work routines might be the best thing you could do for your productivity and stress level right...

source: Kevin Eikenberry


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