Category: Leadership

Boss’s Tip of the Week: People are unique

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Every team member is a unique individual. Each one is a unique mix of strengths, weaknesses, preferences, and fears. If you modify your behavior so that you treat each one in the way they want to be treated your team and team members are more likely to be both happy and productive. This is only one of 347 tips in my ebook  »  Read More

Babies and Big People

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Your grandchildren teach you some of the most important leadership lessons, even when they’re babies. They don’t know they’re doing it. They’re just being babies. Nevertheless, the leadership lessons are there for the learning. Babies and big people do things for their reasons, not your reasons. You can’t get  »  Read More

4 Important Truths about Leadership

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Throughout history, we’ve sung the praises and shared the exploits of leaders from Alexander the Great to George Washington to Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela. Business has had its own great leaders. We tell the stories of the exploits of John D. Rockefeller and Alfred Sloan and Jack Welch. But, somewhere around the  »  Read More

Sir John Moore: Hero and Role Model

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Sir John Moore is one of those people who are both famous and forgotten. True, there are three monuments to his life. One is in St. Paul’s Cathedral in London. Another is in his native city of Glasgow. The third monument is in the Spanish city of Corunna. It commemorates Moore’s actions at the end of a distinguished  »  Read More

Boss’s Tip of the Week: The Team is Your Destiny

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When you become a boss, you place your destiny in the hands and hearts of your team. They get to choose whether to pitch in or not, whether to play nice with each other or not, whether to listen to your directions or not. That can be scary, but it can also become the source of great performance. Teams, working together  »  Read More

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