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Lead Better by Seeing More: Two Types of Thinking

In last week’s blog post we looked at some of the most common reasons business plans tend to suffer – when leaders ignore available information, if necessary data isn’t acquired in time to make decisions, when data is available but leaders fail to analyze it...

Lead Better by Seeing More

In this over-information age, an alarming number of business plans fail because leaders ignore the facts needed to make sound decisions. Misguided perspectives can be blamed on a lack of data, wrong data, or the inability to understand relevance. Even in hindsight,...

The Importance of Emotional Health for Leaders: Thinking Positively

In our last blog post we looked at the importance of handling stress in a healthy manner for our overall emotional wellbeing. Filtering out stress and negative emotions becomes easier when trials are treated as situations requiring calm rather than reflex. The key is...

The Importance of Emotional Health for Leaders: Being Self-Aware

In last week’s blog post we looked at the importance of emotional health for leaders. It goes without saying that leaders are expected to deal with a great deal of pressures and stress on a regular basis. What they may not realize is just how important it is that they...

The Importance of Emotional Health for Leaders

Leaders face a variety of pressures and expectations in today’s corporate environment. Their responses to these pressures vary, as do the personalities behind them. Ineffective or (worse) toxic cultures are a result of leaders who respond to trials in detrimental...

Great Leaders Develop Their People: Options for Development

In last week’s blog post we explored the importance of career planning when it comes to developing each employee. Career planning is a useful tool for identifying an individual’s ambitions, skills, and opportunities to grow in the long term. Develop People Through...

Great Leaders Develop Their People: Creating a Plan

In our last blog post we took a look at what it truly means to develop your employees. Employee development involves more than simply providing further training. Effective development touches every aspect of an employee’s experience, including technical, managerial,...

Great Leaders Develop Their People: What Development Entails

In last week’s blog post we explored just how important it is to employees that they continue learning and advancing in their careers. A Middlesex University study showed that over 70% of workers are not happy with their level of professional development because they...

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...

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