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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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We're facing a respect crisis. Civility and respect are not the norm in daily workplace interactions. They're not the norm in our communities, either. Our own observations make us keenly aware of these dynamics. Now there is research to — unfortunately — support...

source: Leading Blog

All leaders must make courageous decisions. It goes with the job. You understand that in certain situations, some difficult and timely decisions must be made in the best interests of the entire organization. Such decisions require a firmness, authority and finality that...

source: Skip Prichard Leadership Insights

Shwan Doyle writes: Here is a compelling lesson that I have learned from all the great clients and companies I have worked with over the years: Most people in leadership roles do not coach or develop their employees — ever....

source: Entrepreneur

If you coach others, you have certainly thought about why people succeed at a task — or don't. Make no mistake that the solution is complex. There is a question that can help in your thinking: Is it will or skill (that leads them...

source: Leadership & Learning with Kevin Eikenberry

There are a lot of skills that make up good leadership, but there is one quality that is possibly the most challenging, that is self-awareness, because self-awareness requires you to focus on yourself — not the easiest thing to do for an outwardly focused leader. Why...

source: Lolly Daskal

Too many leaders avoid making tough calls. In an effort not to upset others or lose status in the eyes of their followers, they concoct sophisticated justifications for putting off difficult decisions, and the delay often does far more damage than whatever fallout they were...

source: Harvard Business Review


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