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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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Esther Hobart Morris, a settler in the gold rush town of South Pass City, Wyo., became the first woman in America to serve as a justice of the peace in 1870, mere months after Wyoming allowed women to vote in 1869 and a half century before all U.S. women won the right to vote.
Ed Clark, the longtime leader of TD Bank Group, a Canada-based financial giant, spent his career challenging the image of the loud, take-charge CEO.
Asked to describe the most important leadership skill, here’s what Twitter followers tweeted back.
“I became a stronger leader by having experienced tragedy. You grieve, you provide reassurance to your team and you get through it.”
Soon after Philip Krim co-founded his company, Casper, success turned to stress. But rather than panic, he’s engaging in open, honest communication with his 300 employees—and the public.
“We were only one-tenth of where we needed to be in terms of making progress on this initiative. Our chief operating officer advised me, ‘We’ve got to take on this problem in bite-size chunks.’”
When you want something badly, skip the passivity. Pull the strings to maximize your odds of success.
There’s not always time for detailed analysis before you make a decision. But that doesn’t mean you should just flip a coin and hope for the best. Good quick decisions come from thinking ahead.
When he’s not sure if he’s on target in assessing a situation, leadership guru John Maxwell asks himself six questions.
Filmmaker Lynn Novick, together with Ken Burns, has made some of the best documentaries of our time, most famously The Civil War. With the release of their new documentary, The Vietnam War, Novick offers three distinct insights on leadership.
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