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Leadership Skills

Don’t just be a boss — be a leader. Maximize your leadership skills in the five most crucial areas: decision making, executive coaching, leadership training, strategic management and understanding your leadership style.

Situational leadership changes depending on the type of leadership (direction and support) each of your employee’s needs. Emotional leadership is based more on the theory of emotional intelligences and relates to the situation at hand.
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Navigate change by first explaining the consequences of the status quo to your team. Help them understand the cost of not changing.

After so many corporate-leadership scandals and the public’s shrinking confidence in their leaders, should we be rethinking the way leadership is taught? The way leadership has been taught doesn’t seem to be paying off, asserts author Barbara Kellerman.

“There is so much information coming at us, we struggle to remain agile, which is the most critical leadership skill,” says Michael Carroll, who teaches meditation as part of leadership. “The practice teaches us to slow down.” How?
Painters can think all they want about an artistic concept, but until they paint it, there’s no picture. Leaders can think all they want about a new direction, but until they act there’s nothing to show.

Watch out for these ways your moral judgment can be hijacked: 1. You lie to yourself. 2. You rationalize. 3. You disengage.

Legendary business journalist Marshall Loeb spent decades interviewing the greatest leaders of American business. Along the way, he defined these steps to effective leadership ...

Why do women at GM hold an unusually high number of leadership roles, as compared to the rest of the auto industry? Credit CEO Dan Akerson’s mother.

Some leaders earn their berth through their execution skills. Others get ahead through their ideas. Mathematician Benoit Mandelbrot fell into the second group.

Leaders don’t need to be flamboyant. In fact, sometimes they can seem invisible. Take umpires ...

You might need leadership training if: 1. Your employees lie to you. 2. Nobody tries to poach your employees. 3. You’re always in crisis. 4. You ask yourself what you should do legally, instead of what’s the right thing to do. 5. You hog credit.

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