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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Executive Leadership is pleased to present this time-machine interview with Thomas Alva Edison, who perfected the art of invention in 19th century America and touched off a technological revolution in the 20th century.
CEO Peter Bregman was visiting friends, when his friends’ daughter, Dana, returned from a swim meet, close to tears. “I was disqualified,” she said. Her grandmother reached out and gave her empathy. “I wanted every leader ... to see that because the empathetic response to failure is not only the most compassionate, it’s also the most productive,” says Bregman.
Networking is vital for growing your business. But you may not be a natural-born networker. Follow these three simple tips from top sales expert and author Tom Searcy:
3M Companies appears poised to settle a high-profile age discrimination suit. Earlier this year, the company filed a joint motion for preliminary approval of a class-action settlement involving approximately 7,000 workers. If the Ramsey County District Court agrees, the employees (and their attorneys) will split $12 million.
Many business thinkers have already pronounced the death of the hierarchical, command-and-control approach to leadership. Those approaches simply don’t work anymore. What’s in? Adaptive leadership. Among other things, adaptive leaders embrace uncertainty and adopt new approaches.
The New York media world was abuzz with news of the termination of veteran publishing executive Jack Griffin from his job of CEO of Time Inc. a little more than five months after he got there. In the spirit of leadership learning, I’m offering my Five Ways to Avoid Being Fired in Five Months:
My company’s Next Level Leadership program recently hosted an executive who’s responsible for about a billion dollars of annual revenue in his company. He had some very solid and practical rules about what it takes to be a successful senior leader. Here are four of his leadership rules of the road:
Fearing public speaking is common and a lot of us would rather avoid it altogether. But there are effective ways to prepare yourself for the big moment. The key is not to try to completely eliminate fear but to accept it, reframe it and control it.
With employees still reeling from workplace budget cuts, now’s a great time for new team building ideas. No, you don’t need an expensive round of paintball to gain the benefits of team building exercises, but you do need to squeeze the most out of them. In this new FREE Special Report from Business Management Daily — 17 Team Building Ideas
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Q: “Tom, a long-term employee, recently transferred into my unit. He has a reputation of being 'difficult.' On good days, he’s productive and upbeat. But on bad days, he’s critical and hostile. Unfortunately, the bad days outnumber the good days. I’ve tried to be supportive, but he’s exhausting me! What can I do?”