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Just like most people have their own clothing style, so do all employers have their own leadership style. Although not everyone may be aware of what their style is, there are styles that benefit both the boss and the employee, and those that may need to be changed for everyone’s benefit. While most art...
At first glance, the title of this article may seem redundant, as you may believe that the terms leader and manager are synonyms. However, if you take a moment to think about it, can you come up with certain clear distinctions between the two? For example, when you conjure up a mental image of a [&hellip...
Whether you are already hold a supervisory position, or are aiming to become a manager, it is never too early or too late to hone your leadership skills. The truth is that these skills are valued for all positions as employers look for and reward employees that are responsible, hard working and lead the ...
All leaders want to be considered effective; however, what is the path to becoming a great leader? Sure there are books on this subject, management courses and mentorship programmes, but there is no judge to evaluate your skills and performance. In this day and age, when technology largely runs the corpo...
Leadership
As a manager, you should be encouraging your staff to be the best that they can be. However, some managers forget that they should continuously be striving for the same thing. They should be focusing on working to improve their leadership styles to be the best possible examples and mentors for their team...
Leadership
When a top performer enters the office, managers can find it quite tempting to put these efficient and eager companions to good use. These employees often thrive in challenging and fast-paced environments, and burn out quickly when they feel that they are picking up the slack from under-performing collea...
Leadership
Managers who lead through fear create a hostile work environment, leaving their employees frazzled, stressed, and reluctant to communicate. These leaders miss valuable feedback from their team, and they run the risk of sending their best talent straight to burnout. Leading through trust can prevent these...
Leadership
For many leaders, balancing the desire to provide the guidance and supervision with employees’ desires for autonomy can be a difficult juggling act. Many managers believe that autonomy is determined by the definition of the job tasks, but this idea is rapidly becoming outdated. The appropriate level of...