There’s a lot to be said for compromise and flexibility, but as a leader, you will sometimes find yourself needing to take a firm stand—and even dig in your heels when faced with resistance.
Someone will turn to you for a bit of advice—and you may freely give it, however, if you really want to make a difference in that person’s life, hold off.
How many times in life have you heard someone say, “That’s just the way we’ve always done it”?
Breaking it can erode your reputation and damage your overall credibility in a split second.
Tis the season for giving—so is your organization “giving back” in some meaningful way this year?
Make good ethics a part of your company’s foundation. As part of your responsibility to lead your organization, you’ve got to set the example and act according to the ethics you’ve established.
It may be the best word you can learn to say this year, particularly if you’re feeling overcommitted, spread too thin, and all over the board.
New ideas are proof that your employees care about the business and are eager to improve it. As a leader, the last thing you want to do is communicate that you’re not interested in…
According to CareerBuilder.com, 43% of organizations use social media sites in their hiring process and 51% of employers have discovered content that played a role in not hiring a candidate.
Communicate that you are serious about your career. Overlook this aspect of your branding, and it could become a barrier to your professional development.