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Exploring Humble Leadership

A leader’s purpose is to bring out the best qualities in each employee, but it doesn’t normally work that way when outdated strategies come into play. Traditionally, people with boisterous personality traits are put into leadership positions because their...
A Handbook for New Leaders at the Helm of Troubled Teams

A Handbook for New Leaders at the Helm of Troubled Teams

Not every team is able to achieve harmony from the start. For most, a few kinks in productivity are bound to appear. This is a necessary step, as temporary setbacks are often a byproduct of experimentation. After all, it’s impossible for a team to reach peak potential...
The Dangers of Absentee Leadership

The Dangers of Absentee Leadership

It’s easy to equate poor leadership with qualities like paranoid hypersensitivity, willingness to abuse power, narcissism, or an abject fear of risk and challenge. Leaders who exhibit these behaviors are often rooted out quickly, as it may be difficult to miss such...
How to Stay Motivated During Tough Times at Work

How to Stay Motivated During Tough Times at Work

For most workers, motivation on the job comes in waves. It arrives at the onset of personal success—i.e. getting hired—and carries over as that success translates company wide, and our hard work pays career-boosting dividends. But the ride is rarely so smooth all the...
How to Make the Most of Employee Engagement

How to Make the Most of Employee Engagement

A new style of management has recently gained popularity in which supervisors aiming to maximize employee engagement attempt to empower their staff. Empowerment in such cases usually involves assigning workers greater authority, granting access to more information,...