Ever tried to have a tough conversation with someone and it went terribly wrong? Or worse, you know you need to have a difficult conversation but you hold back, only to run up against the same problem three months later? These conversations are especially important if you are in a position of leadership.
If you are anything like me, you have made your fair share of resolutions over the years only to make excuses for yourself when you give up on them. Turns out you aren’t alone. The latest research shows 80% of New Year’s Resolutions fail by the second week of February.
ngaged leaders need to stay on top of the current trends influencing their company, industry, employees and themselves. To ensure that you’re ready, focus on these five (plus a bonus) leadership trends in 2020:
If you’re expecting your team to serve you, I have bad news — you’re wrong. It’s actually the other way around. The best leaders serve with the intention to elevate others.
Instead of asking, “What can you do for me?” Consider how to best serve others work and at home.
The challenge is, thinking about others doesn’t always come naturally. To...
Many individual skills in leadership are essential for you to develop. But much like the game of golf, some skills are more important than the others. If you are going to go from an average manager to a good leader, these are the ones you need to work on mastering first.