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.
One of the biggest mistakes leaders make is avoiding team conflict. Yes, conflict may feel uncomfortable, but that tension is often a very natural if not necessary part of real progress and team bonding.
An additional reason why diversity efforts fail is because there is a lack of effort and focus on a specific dimension of diversity.
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.
We’re often so caught up in the relief and excitement of being promoted to manager that we completely miss one important fact – that we have accepted an entirely different job.
The best way to measure the quality of good leaders is to determine how effective their direct reports are. Keep your employees motivated.
We potentially defuse violent situations by being an empathetic employer and placing ourselves in the shoes of the individual in question.