Let's not summarily kill the growing trend of remote workers. Instead, let's develop the people who can work successfully in a remote environment.
Leaders who acknowledge failure, look past it without trying to lay blame, and choose to learn from it gain a powerful relationship to failure. As Winston Churchill said, “Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.”
Effective leadership requires hard work that’s often exhausting and repetitive. It can stretch your emotional and intellectual dexterity. Then there’s that part about needing to make tough decisions that are sure to upset some of the people you’re trying to lead.
There are phrases that sabotage your career, as well as peoples’ perception of you as a leader. Fortunately, there are language tweaks you can make.
Communication is the key to success in your career, and the soft skill of conversation is on clear display in any job interview. Sir Richard Branson says that ”Communication is the most important skill any leader can possess.” However, if you are uncomfortable with your communication skills, you’re not alone.
Three simple questions can help you immediately refocus, reflect, and reset your leadership approach and improve your leadership skills.
Organizational leaders believe that mere training is enough, and this belief contributes to leadership’s failure to develop diversity.
Why is toxic leadership still allowed to exist? The topic of toxicity in the workplace comes up in conversations that I have on a regular basis.