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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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In the days and hours leading up to your presentation, you may wallow in anxious thoughts such as, “I dread this” or “I hope I don’t look stupid.” Joey Asher, an Atlanta-based speech coach, calls this “selfish self-talk.”
Sundeep Bhandal let her father choose her husband. Since then, she has made a career of defying expectations.
Leading can be as simple as looking at where the numbers will take you. Get ahead of these trends now before others learn better than you how to profit and grow from them.
If you want to be seen as a leader, start communicating like one—even if you aren’t yet in a leadership position.
Although supervisors need a wide array of people skills and certain technical abilities, nothing is more critical to supervisory success than credibility. When supervisors lose their credibility, they lose both their employees’ trust and their effectiveness as leaders.
Everything we perceive is influenced by how we see ourselves. For this reason, we need to develop self-awareness—with no filters—to fulfill our potential as leaders.
Jamie Dimon prefers to share information—strategic initiatives, financial results, etc.—with a wide range of employees. Through this inclusive approach, people at all levels feel like participants in the company’s fortunes rather than bystanders.
Like any CEO, Amy Rees Anderson wishes that employees wouldn’t make costly errors. Yet she’s willing to look past well-intentioned mistakes as long as they turn into learning opportunities.
“I couldn’t understand why folks weren’t rowing with me. I thought, ‘I gave them all the data. It’s clear I’m right.’”
Many people with high standards lapse into perfectionism. They’re never happy with their work, so they keep investing more time trying to make it better. Carole King fought off perfectionism.
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