Tag: leaders

Administration, General organization management

Intent vs. Impact: What Leaders Need to Know to Create a Safe Space

December 22, 2022

Via: Entrepreneur

What is intent, and what is impact? Intent is the idea or desire behind our language, behavior or lack of words or actions. It’s what we mean by our words or action. Impact is the effect our words, action, silence […]

General organization management, Strategic planning

The Best Way To Take Risks To Win in Small Business

May 23, 2022

Via: Small Business Trends

To be successful, small business owners need to understand the role that risk plays in their business and their life. But many have a misconception about how much risk is needed or how many risks they are actually taking. I […]

Administration, General organization management

The Line Between Your Professional and Personal Lives Is Blurring — and That’s a Good Thing

April 11, 2022

Via: Entrepreneur

In the past, leaders kept a grip on retention by manipulating three levers: compensation, their relationship with employees and company culture. Now, though, Covid-19 and other social dynamics have turned that strategy to jelly. Employers are unable to navigate the […]

Administration, General organization management

Make the “new manager bounce” work for you

March 14, 2022

Via: Strategy+Business

When an organization’s performance starts to decline, at least one if not three things need to change: strategy, culture, and talent. In soccer, the go-to method to stop a run of bad results is a change at the top. The […]

Administration, General organization management

Omicron Arrival Reveals Leaders Unprepared for the Future of Work

January 13, 2022

Via: Business 2 Community

Leaders are sticking their heads into the sand of reality on Omicron. Unless they take needed steps, the results may be catastrophic for their companies. Omicron is 4.2 times more infectious than Delta, according to a recent study. That aligns […]

Administration, General organization management

Upskilling Remote and Hybrid Employees

December 14, 2021

Via: Business 2 Community

The new office of hybrid and fully-remote workers will require upskilling of employees for organizations that wish to succeed in the post-COVID world. Leaders who want to seize a competitive advantage when they return to the office will need to […]

Communication, Department management

Credibility credentials matter

December 3, 2021

Via: Strategy+Business

A track record that convinces others of your credibility is a precious commodity. Authenticity may help leaders inspire others to follow, but credibility is the gateway qualification to lead in the first place. Some define credibility through achieved credentials. Others […]

Administration, General organization management

Why Do So Many Leaders Screw Up the Return to the Office

July 19, 2021

Via: Business 2 Community

Due to strong employee resistance and turnover, Google recently backtracked from its plan to force all employees to return back to the office and allowed many to work remotely. Apple’s plan to force its staff back to the office has […]

Administration, General organization management

3 Company Culture Lessons Leaders Shouldn’t Leave Behind in 2020

December 23, 2020

Via: Inc.

As the year winds down, I keep coming back to Sonya Renee Taylor’s quote “We will not go back to normal. Normal never was.” It’s powerful because it encourages us to avoid rushing back to life as it was and […]

Administration, General organization management

6 Strategies That Prove You Have What It Takes to Lead in a Crisis

November 10, 2020

Via: Inc.

The pandemic has challenged leaders in entirely new ways. For many executives, the sheer scale and unpredictability of the outbreak make this a crisis unlike any other. Leadership practices that might have been successful in the past won’t necessarily work […]

Association, Organization management

3 Leadership Practices That Will Help You Get Comfortable with Chaos

August 31, 2020

Via: Inc.

As C-suite leaders, setting the tone is paramount when it comes to morale. When Covid-19 disrupted businesses, leaders were tasked with not only adopting a new shift in workflow, but also managing widespread anxiety felt across organizations. While fear evokes […]

Self-management, Task management

Great Leaders are Made, Not Born: 4 Strategies for Becoming a Better Leader

August 12, 2020

Via: Business 2 Community

One of the most often-asked questions about leadership is: Are leaders born or made? Research suggests that leadership is about one-third born and two-thirds made. No matter which industry do you belong to – business, sports, politics or some other […]

Educational, Organization management

Why Virtual Soft Skills Training is Critical in Today’s World

July 28, 2020

Via: Business 2 Community

Many leaders are discovering why virtual soft skills training is critical in today’s world with an increased number of employees working from home. Many companies and organizations have had to adapt to the new normal and the uncertainty we face. […]