If there’s one thing that a number of popular, powerful leaders have in common it’s that they have had significant fears in their lifetime, even experience with phobias in their past.
Most leaders know the value of celebrating their employees when they deserve it. But when it comes to you and your leadership success, do you actually make a point to honor what’s great about YOU?
Today’s topic takes inspiration from the various times we’ve seen the political candidates experience a setback of sorts just upon making some alleged mistake, misstep or miscommunication.
With the 2016 presidential election coming up, the topic of what makes an effective, disciplined leader is top of mind for many people as of late.
Trust is a big deal. Even in the upcoming movie trailer for “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.” Without the trust of your people, you really have nothing. Here are three things to keep in mind.
There are going to be times when you’ve got to go to bat for your team. If they are getting unfairly attacked, never turn a blind eye or your back on your people.
It’s something no leader wants to admit, but leadership fatigue can hit like a ton of bricks. Here’s how to take control of burnout before it gets the best of you.
As a leader, you may find there are times when you lack the staff necessary to reach a goal, the time needed to get it done, or the money required to pay for it.
Ever worked for an “it’s either my way or the highway” kind of leader? If so, you’re not alone. A lot of leaders get attached to their ways and ideas.
Do you ever lie awake, stewing over something you’ve done incorrectly, how you dropped the ball, or had a hand in failure, perhaps because you simply didn’t know what you didn’t know?