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The Power of Humble Leadership: Humble Behaviours

In last week’s blog post we explored some of the powerful advantages to humble leadership within an organization. At the root of many of these advantages is the fact that humble leaders are more apt to meet employee’s needs because they are able to connect with them...

The Power of Humble Leadership: The Humility Advantage

In last week’s blog post we explored some of the most common leadership paradigms, and the most popular opinion on humility as a leadership trait. Many bosses still enjoy being bosses, with the authority and privileges the role affords, however more and more people...

The Power of Humble Leadership

Today’s leaders face innumerable challenges that previous generations never confronted: employee disengagement, cloud-based speed of commerce, political correctness, cultural diversity, social sensitivities, and a hyper-focus on efficiency, among others. Pressure to...

Keeping Your Vision Alive: Multiply Your Vision

In last week’s blog post we explored various ways that leaders can keep the vision of their company alive and well. For example, leaders should make an effort to tie policies and procedures back to the vision, eliminate activities or projects that don’t support it,...

Keeping Your Vision Alive: Maintain Your Vision

In last week’s blog post we took a closer look at how to effectively establish your company’s vision. A vision must be simple, expressed in a manner that is easy for people to understand, something that employees can support and make their own, and ideally it will...

Keeping Your Vision Alive: How to Establish Vision

In last week’s blog post we explored some of the most common ways that vision ends up getting lost within organizations. We discovered that operational complexity within a company is one of the most frequent causes of lost vision, along with too many opportunities,...

Keeping Your Vision Alive: How Vision Gets Lost

In last week’s blog post we explored the cost of a dead vision for companies and organizations. When vision dies a company’s purpose can become derailed and priorities often begin to fade. While these changes are often very small in the beginning, they eventually lead...

Keeping Your Vision Alive

Top business leaders embark on their role with great enthusiasm and expectations. They set out to make a difference and craft a success story. Fueled by their freedom to create, leaders draft mission and vision statements to frame their organization’s purpose. Their...

Are You a Born Leader? Take Stock of Your Skills Now

In last week’s blog post we took a look at the leadership skills people are either born with, or have to learn and develop over time. Some of these innate leadership skills include extraversion, intelligence, and decisiveness. Important learned leadership skills...

Are You a Born Leader? Innate vs. Acquired Skills

In last week’s blog post we discussed whether it’s true that there are born leaders, or if people are able to acquire the skills necessary to become a great leader. Most experts agree that a number of leadership attributes require experience to possess. According to...

Are You a Born Leader?

The debate whether leaders are born or made has been waged for many years. The question centers around how various leadership qualities are acquired. Perhaps a more pressing question for hopeful leaders is, if they don’t inherently have the needed core skills, can...

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