Posts filed under: Leadership

The first job of a leader is to get results.  A leader is someone who gets results through other people.  And, those results would not have been produced if the leaders had not been there.  A leader is someone that...
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Have you ever wondered if your employees would respond to a situation in the same manner as if YOU were doing it yourself?  For instance, a potential client requests favors outside of standard practices?  Or perhaps an opportunity to withhold...
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According to the Stress in America Report published by the American Psychology Association Center for Organizational Excellence (APA) 75% of the workplace experienced at least one symptom of stress in the past month.  You may not find this statistic surprising....
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In a survey conducted by University of North Carolina’s Business School, of approximately 400 companies, a mere 21% are satisfied with their current bench strength. The stats are not surprising given the conditions of the past several years. In 2002...
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Often we hear complaints about employee performance.  A manager can go on and on about their staff's inability to get things done.  Pointing the finger at the employee's lack luster performance. However, one of the key characteristics of leadership is...
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