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Train your eye on these indicators

January 13, 2021
If your business fails (whatever business you’re in), everybody suffers. As a leader at any level, you’ve got to concentrate on the fundamentals of success if you want your organization to thrive. Here’s what to pay attention to.

Make people feel important

January 13, 2021
You can’t give every high performer a raise or a promotion, but as a leader you want to help them feel valued in your organization. What to do?

Keep everyone informed: 3 tips

January 13, 2021
Communication can be the key to your organization’s growth, but you have to manage it carefully. Here are three quick suggestions for helping information flow smoothly.

Evaluating the viability of AI in the workplace

January 13, 2021
Here are three key considerations corporate leaders will need to address to craft—and progressively strengthen—flourishing company cultures in which humans and AI systems are able to work in tandem.

You can control how you’re perceived

January 13, 2021
Your image as a leader depends on more than selecting the right power suit. Here’s how to stay in control of how people perceive you.

Tale of 2 teachers

January 13, 2021
A successful merchant prided himself on his resistance to sales pitches. Once he made up his mind not to buy, no spiel could change it or wear him down. However, one young salesman just wouldn’t give up.

The top traits of budding leaders

January 13, 2021
Finding future leaders for your organization is a crucial task if you want to grow and thrive. Don’t just look for technical skills. Keep your eyes open for these traits of successful leaders.

Ditch these 6 ‘skills’ right now!

January 13, 2021
Ed Hess identifies six skills and attitudes that not long ago might have gotten you a corner office—but may now get you fired.

Adopt a selfless attitude

January 13, 2021
Being a good leader is a selfless task—literally. You have to put your organization’s objectives above your own, and that means putting other people’s abilities and contributions first.

Learn from bad managers

December 23, 2020
When you’re seeking role models, you naturally look to the good managers you’ve known. However, don’t simply block out the bad managers, even if you might very well like to.