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Secret weapons of successful leaders: Simplify

We know the ability to make high-stakes decisions in difficult situations is a required skill for successful leaders. But only recently have we started to understand that the number of decisions we make in a day can cause decision fatigue.

source: By Catherine Iste
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According to the 2015 Employee Trends Report by Quantum Workplace, one of the biggest areas of concern for team members is that there is often not open and honest communication with managers. So why is this? Why does miscommunication pervade at least 50 percent of business...

source: LeadChange

If you think back to your childhood and the unique dynamic of playground politics, you'll probably remember everyone jockeying to be "the leader." I know that in my experience, everyone always wanted to be in charge and tell the others what to do. This desire to be in charge...

source: Forbes

Everybody has fears — and that means every leader has fears. But not letting those fears get the best of you is an important part of successful leadership. If you don't learn to manage your fears, you'll be tempted to take the kind of shortcuts that undermine your...

source: Lolly Daskal

Performance review season is one most people dread. If we feel we're doing well, we're gearing up for having to justify why we want an even bigger raise. If we've had an off year, or we've done well but our firm, company or division has been off this year, we're prepping...

source: Forbes

When it comes to success, it's easy to think that people who are blessed with brains are the ones who will make it to the top. Common sense suggests that being smart inspires confidence. It does for a while, but only while the going is easy. The deciding factor in success...

source: LaRae Quy

Micromanagement. The word creates emotion in most anyone who has ever worked a day in their life. Most have been micromanaged, and none liked it. Few call themselves micromanagers, and even fewer want to do it; yet they often don't realize when they are doing it.

source: Leadership & Learning with Kevin Eikenberry

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