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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Your interview with a top candidate goes well. At the end, you toss out the obligatory, “Are there any other questions?” The candidate asks, “What’s the turnover rate in the department where I would work? What are the main reasons employees leave and where do they go?” The question catches you off guard ...

When co-workers behave badly at work, step forward to develop your leadership skills.

“Our People Are Our Greatest Assets.” It’s been one of the business world’s favorite clichés for decades. For just as long, it’s prompted eye rolling from the greatest assets themselves. Now a provocative BusinessWeek article takes HR to task for allowing talking the talk to stand in for walking the walk. Do any of these accusations sound familiar?

People who fail come from all walks of life. A handful of people, regardless of education, intelligence, manners, appearance or other obvious factors, rise steadily through the ranks and stay on top through fat and lean times. They are the types who, either consciously or instinctively, know the art of political survival.
 

When I worked for a big corporation, we'd hold management meetings that doubled as postmortems on every big mistake we made. All of us would dissect what went wrong and analyze our role in the collective blunder ...
If you're going to manage effectively, you better get used to making tough decisions with limited information, little time to reflect and unappealing options. The stress can eat away at you.

When you don't address negativity in the workplace, it proliferates. Try these five steps to contain the mood.

From an early age, William F. Buckley Jr. knew his own mind and wanted others to know it, too.
When organizations become stuck in a rut, they typically step back, make adjustments and develop an action plan that takes advantage of their strengths. Now take a look in the mirror: Do you approach your business and your life with the same entrepreneurial mindset?
We interviewed entrepreneurial leaders worldwide to discover the power of taking an entrepreneurial approach to every facet of life. It starts with asking yourself these four questions:
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