Posts Tagged ‘leadership’
Don’t Be Picky – Encouragement Matters
True success requires encouragement. Whether you are seeking success in your marriage, family, friendships, work, business, or personal development…encouragement will likely be needed. This is especially true during the holiday season. Many people are struggling during this time of year — whether it’s financially, family tension, or loss — which makes this season a great…Read More
What Makes a Great Leader?
What Makes a Great Leader? Simplicity brings clarity. It pushes away the fluff and gets right to the core. The best mantras and rallying cries are simple. So in simple terms, what makes a great leader? Is it a specific set of leadership characteristics? How about a handful of leadership skills? Taking Action A multitude…Read More
Don’t Just Manage Your Reputation – Own It!
In today’s world, the focus on reputation management grows stronger each year. But I think it’s time for a change in focus — from reputation management to reputation leadership — because reputation leadership is far more important. Here’s a quick illustration to clarify the difference between the two. How to Take Ownership of Your Reputation…Read More
The Power Of Recognition
There is one thing everybody deserves in life: recognition. In fact, the smallest amount of recognition can leave an imprint on someone that lasts forever. Helen P. Mrosla, a teaching nun, wrote a story of an experience that shows just how powerful recognition can be. Here is her story, taken from the book Becoming a…Read More
5 Leadership Styles That Are Guaranteed To Backfire
Different circumstances require difference leadership styles. Plus, different people respond to different leadership styles. That’s why having different leadership styles represented in an organization or company is a good thing. With that said, there are some leadership styles that backfire every time they are tried. Here are 5 bad leadership styles that are guaranteed…Read More