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Great Leaders Develop Their People: What Development Entails

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Great Leaders Develop Their People

Years of data have revealed a repeated theme for employees: they want to be competent at their jobs and have the ability to succeed. This has become so important to them that 40% of employees who feel they’ve been deprived of the training necessary to be effective at...

Overcoming Leadership Fears: Face Fears Head-on

In last week’s blog post we talked about the important role leading with intention plays in boosting confidence and overcoming leadership fears. Intentionality is perhaps best seen in leaders who show resilience when facing setbacks. People need to see a strong,...

Overcoming Leadership Fears: Lead With Intention

In our last blog post we looked at how developing strong relationships with others in the company is a useful way to build confidence and overcome certain leadership fears. This network of solid relationships helps reduce fears and fosters unity. Trusted and respected...

Overcoming Leadership Fears: Building Strong Relationships

In the last blog post we explored the importance of building self-confidence for leaders. Those that struggle with confidence will find this shortcoming results in an array of leadership challenges over time. Unconfident leaders can cause team members to loose trust...

Overcoming Leadership Fears: Boosting Self-Confidence

In last week’s blog post we explored the potential pitfalls associated with a fearful leader, and began to look at the fear-reduction process as described by Peter Bregmen in Leading with Emotional Courage: How to Have Hard Conversations, Create Accountability, and...

Overcoming Leadership Fears

Companies face myriad threats: a volatile economy, politics, cost overruns, competition and disruptive technology, among others. But there’s a particular internal threat that can dwarf them: fear at the leadership level. Leadership fears can destroy a company in many...

The Power of Perseverance: Become More Persevering

In last week’s blog post we started to look at some of the ways leaders can begin to develop their perseverance, such as developing discipline, harnessing wisdom, and finding work they truly enjoy. This week we’ll look at a few more tips for increasing your degree of...

The Power of Perseverance: Developing Perseverance

In last week’s blog post we explored some of the leaders most likely to inherently display a high level of perseverance. They included the positive leader, the purpose-driven leader, and the leader that loves their work. This week we will be exploring how people can...

The Power of Perseverance: Leaders That Naturally Persevere

In last week’s blog post we looked at two types of leaders that instinctively persevere – the mature and seasoned leader as well as the leader that absolutely loves their work. This week we’ll be talking about three additional categories of leaders that tend to have...

The Power of Perseverance – Which Leaders Persevere?

In last week’s blog post we explored the importance of perseverance for people in leadership roles. Perseverance is a gut-generated determination to not give in and never give up, and comes from a spirit that refuses to accept the failure of quitting. A leader who...

The Power of Perseverance

The rigours of today’s competitive business climate push even the most seasoned leaders to their limits. No organization is immune to setbacks. Many top business leaders agree that life is a constant string of adversities - the new normal. Some, however, are...

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