HOW LEADERS CAN LISTEN WITH MORE EMPATHY

Whether you are a people- or process-oriented leader makes a difference in your style. Either way, you will be interacting with different people. Even if you are uncomfortable in this part of your role, you can practice certain techniques that will make you more... read more

OVERCOMING FEAR IN LEADERSHIP

In society, leaders are vaulted and viewed as unflappable and fearless. No one would assume that Winston Churchill or Dwight D. Eisenhower was anything less than capable of the positions they held. Leaders, however, are subject to many of the same insecurities that... read more

BECOMING A BETTER LEADER THROUGH SELF-AWARENESS

The best leaders are the ones who fully understand their own capabilities, talents, and skills. Compensation and delegation allow them to fill in for the areas in which they lack. ● PEOPLE OR PROCESS: Very few people are equal in both realms. Most find themselves... read more

HOW SOCIAL MEDIA CAN HELP YOU BE A STRONG LEADER

It is a pretty solid fact that your employees are using social media. Whether they post to Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or the other up and coming sites, social media is here to stay. If you are not using it to your advantage, you are losing a great opportunity to... read more

TIPS FOR MOTIVATING A SMALL TEAM

Building a small team that works together well is a wonderful opportunity. Since large groups offer a lot of diversity, it is easy to find diverse talents within a large team of people. Using a smaller crew is more personal and the interaction is different when there... read more

ARE YOU A PEOPLE OR PROCESS-CENTRIC LEADER?

Leadership styles are as varied as the people who lead. When studying them, two basic types of leaders emerge. Which are you? If you are a people-centric leader, you will think about how to get the best from your team. You will be drawn to personality traits which are... read more

TRAITS THAT EMPLOYEES REALLY WANT IN A BOSS

If you have been in the workforce longer than a few years, you probably have already met two types of management: the great bosses, and the ones you wish had been. You may have even liked the ones who missed the mark. It wasn’t really anything horrible, but they were... read more