Tag: Personality

Communication, Department management

Want Excellence? Embrace Strong Personalities

June 22, 2023

Via: Entrepreneur

Years ago, I had a strong disagreement with a staff member. He was a long-time employee who sat several steps below me in the org chart. He was prone to strong opinions and passionate feelings, but he was also an […]

Administration, General organization management

Conflict in the Workplace? Here’s the Scientific Way of Resolving It

January 29, 2020

Via: Business 2 Community

Whether it’s family members, strangers, or old friends, if you put two people together, it’s only a matter of time until they disagree on something. The same goes for colleagues. Clashing personalities, a difference in opinions on how things should […]

Administration, General organization management

Why Personal Resilience Can Make You a Better Leader

May 22, 2019

Via: Business 2 Community

Nobody is perfect. Sooner or later, even the best leaders experience a setback. Whether they made a mistake or proved unable to handle an unexpected challenge, all leaders must learn to develop personal resilience to overcome disappointments and failures. More […]

Self-management, Task management, Uncategorized

8 Steps to Build Winning Self-Confidence in Business

December 4, 2017

Via: Small Biz Club

In my years of mentoring entrepreneurs, a problem I have seen too often is low self-esteem, and over-compensating through arrogance and ego. These entrepreneurs find it hard to respect customers or team members, and their ventures usually fail. As a […]