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Your Leadership Journey

Your Leadership Journey

 Your leadership journey consists of three phases that you need to know about. Let’s look at the three phases that you go through as a leader. The first phase is called the “new leader phase.” The second phase is “I-got-this” phase. And the third and final phase is called the “leadership legacy” phase. New […]

Embrace Progressive Discipline

Embrace Progressive Discipline

 Although difficult, it’s important that every front line leader learns how to embrace progressive discipline as a tool to create behavior change. Before we go any further, let’s make sure we all understand what we mean by progressive discipline. It’s the process of applying increasingly severe consequences when an employee fails to correct a […]

Changes Almost Never Go According to Plan

Changes Almost Never Go According to Plan

 How many change initiatives in your organization have gone according to the original game plan? Likely either none or very few. As a result, it would be easy to get cynical every time a new change initiative is launched. Should you get overly negative as a leader or should you stay positive to give […]

Leadership Traits of Favorite Bosses and Teachers

Leadership Traits of Favorite Bosses and Teachers Leadership Traits of Favorite Bosses and Teachers

We all want to be liked by others. But when you’re in a leadership role, focusing on being liked by your team can cause disastrous results. Think back to your favorite teacher in high school or college. At first, you might think of the teacher who was the easiest on you. But when you really […]

You’re Charismatic…But Are You Competent?

You’re Charismatic…But Are You Competent? You’re Charismatic…But Are You Competent?

Many leaders think that charisma is very important. Charisma is often how well you speak, and whether you can inspire the troops. Competence, on the other hand, is being able to consistently generate results and having a track record of making and keeping promises. At first, charisma is alluring and attractive. However, sometimes what the […]

You’re Charismatic…But Are You Competent?

You’re Charismatic…But Are You Competent?

 Many leaders think that charisma is very important. Charisma is often how well you speak, and whether you can inspire the troops. Competence, on the other hand, is being able to consistently generate results and having a track record of making and keeping promises. At first, charisma is alluring and attractive. However, sometimes what […]

Working Hard to Avoid Hard Work

Working Hard to Avoid Hard Work

 Do some of your workers work hard at not working rather than simply doing the work that you’ve assigned? You may have seen this in your working career, where someone makes a significant effort to only do the bare minimum. The following three examples might be hard to believe, but they’re actually true. In […]