If You Were Fired, Who Would Protest?

Who would protest if you were fired? Becoming an others-oriented leader might help to lengthen that list.

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The Most Valuable Thing You Can Do Heading into the New Year

Defining your personal values might be the most valuable thing you can do to prepare for next year. Here are three thoughtful questions to help.

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Loyal Leadership: How to Inspire Frontline Employees

Company loyalty seems to be something that is hard to come by these days. How do leaders inspire loyalty in frontline employees while still meeting goals?

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Preventing Panic: How to fight against a feeding frenzy

Preventing panic is a leadership challenge. A poor leader pours fuel on the fire, a great leader does everything they can to contain it.

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How to Write Your First Business Budget

Your first business budget should be uncomplicated. Writing it doesn’t have to be tough. These tips will help you create something simple and effective.

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I Hate Eggshells: Why We Avoid Tough Conversations and What We Risk in the Process

Writer Scott Savages takes a look at why we avoid tough conversations and how leaders can stop avoiding and start talking.

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4 Common Ground Lessons from Last Chance U

The common ground lessons from Last Chance U, a Netflix documentary, will help leaders working with folks who seem reluctant to achieve.

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What to Say When You Don’t Know What to Say

It’s tough to know what to say in a crisis situation. Let’s be leaders who show up when things get hard. Here’s what to say when you don’t know what to say.

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Leadership is Love: Loving and Leading A Diverse Team

When a team spans several generations and has different perspectives, leadership is hard. Here are tips for loving and leading a diverse team.

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Let Your Employees Embrace the Side Hustle

If we want our teams to give their all, we have to allow them to bring their whole selves. Here’s why leaders must let employees embrace the side hustle.

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4 Tutoring Tips for Quiet Leaders

Being naturally quiet or introverted doesn’t disqualify a person from positions requiring public speaking and interaction. Here are a few helpful tips for quiet leaders.

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The Primary Reason Millennials Quit (and What Organizations Should Do About It)

When an employee leaves it costs and organization 213% of the annual salary for that role. It’s time to address the primary reason millennials quit.

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