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One common characteristic of good leaders is that they are always working on being better. Sometimes that involves indulging in a formal, off-site leadership program at a big-name school. Other times, it can be more reflective: taking the time to read and learn from a compelling...

source: By Catherine Iste
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Leaders are found everywhere. There are those who quietly lead without a title or an office. Others lead as pioneers for causes — social, political, economic and more. There are also those who transition from one role into a more formal leadership role as they grow...

source: Forbes

Catastrophic thinking is a term used to describe extreme worrying. It is the thought cycle we go through when we think about the worst possible outcome, and those thoughts make it hard to think about anything else. As humans, we sometimes fall into this trap. And as damaging...

source: Leadership & Learning with Kevin Eikenberry

Building an internal culture that loves a challenge is not just a good thing for businesses to do. It is actually essential if that company is going to grow. Employees that are never pushed or challenged grow bored, and surveys have reported that a stagnant work environment...

source: Michael Hyatt

To be an effective leader, you need to understand the difference between coaching and managing your team. A coach takes on a much more dynamic role than a manager. A manager is charged with putting pragmatic logistics systems into place. A coach is there to help inspire...

source: Entrepreneur

There will always be opinions and discussion about the traits that are important to strong leadership. But there's one trait that every successful leader must have, and that's compassion. Compassion isn’t something you’re born with — it grows out of considerate...

source: Lolly Daskal

When employees lack self-confidence, it can be hard to get them to perform at their best. So how can you help them excel at their job? What kind of coaching should you provide? What's the best way to boost their self-esteem? And how do you deal with your own frustration...

source: Harvard Business Review

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