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How Coaching Others Will Make You A Better Leader

Being a great leader isn’t just about being really good at your job. It’s about ensuring that those who you lead are satisfied, challenged, and successful in their roles. Job satisfaction in the workplace directly impacts the overall success of a company, and happy employees who stay, stem from leaders who invest in their people. “Leaders grow to be…

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How To Thrive Now That Work-Life Balance Is Dead

I’ll come out and say now, because this post will work better if we’re upfront with each other at the beginning: work-life balance is dead. I wish I could say it lived a good and full life, but it didn’t. Most of the time it was around, it was a buzzword. Work-life balance was never our…

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Good Busy vs. Bad Busy

Are you Stuck in Bad Busy (instead of Good busy)? Is your energy being sucked dry? Are you running around, super-busy, but not getting anything done? It’s the kind of busy that makes you dread the day ahead, hoping things will change – but they don’t. Good Busy vs. Bad Busy There are two kinds…

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Why Leader-Led Learning Is More Fab Than Fad

  Are you training employees or teaching them to learn? Leadership trends come and go as fast as books fall off the best-sellers lists. On the other hand, leader-led learning (also known as leader-led development) is here to stay.  Leader-led learning takes employee development out of the training room and into everyday conversations led by…

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7 Ways to Assess and Develop Your Self-Worth

7 ways to assess and develop your self worth

Developing self-worth is hard for many of us. And because we spend so much time at work, the connection between perceptions of self-worth and your job become massive. The path to good, priority-driven, high-ROI work is often paved with feelings of worthiness, but we can easily become distracted from this path.   Here’s a 2-step…

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3 Feedback Mistakes Leaders Make

3 feedback mistakes leaders make

Simply put, the lack of feedback in most offices is stunning. The numbers vary by survey, but in general about 40% of first-world workers report receiving no feedback from their direct supervisor. Well here’s the inherently logical result: 98% of workers report being disengaged as a result of this lack of feedback. (So, are you…

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Why Most Of Us Have No Idea How to Lead Effectively

Here’s a (not-so) fun fact about conventional management that you might not be aware of. In 1911 — yes, 105 years ago — Frederick Winslow Taylor wrote a book called The Principles of Scientific Management. This tome became the prevailing management approach for many organizations. You would think that newer, more modernized approaches to management…

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