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Tactics to Help You Survive Your Micromanaging Boss

Every new job comes with opportunities as well as turmoil. But, every new intern or employee has one thing in common – they must learn to respect their seniors. But, what if your boss is making it impossible for you to abide by his orders? Well, most might deny the existence of such a situation. […]

Why Great Managers Know How to Use Their Manners

Leaders in the world of business are generally perceived as displaying a sense of authority and power. It has been traditionally acceptable for people sitting in senior positions to display autocratic tendencies, advancing their careers and growing their businesses by commanding fear, instead of respect. But the growth of the startup culture in the past […]

Millennials in the Workplace: Hearing Their Complaints

The world is evolving by the hour. New forms of technology, medicine, etc. are becoming prevalent and there’s a need to update software every day for everyone. Now, we know that millennials, the youth of the 21st century, are attached to technology more than people. So, people who belong on social media all day must […]

What it Looks Like When Leadership Goes Wrong

I’ve written many times about what it takes to be a great and effective leader, but I’ve never really explored what it looks like when leadership is ineffective or, even worse, just plain bad. Often, it’s difficult to know exactly what’s going wrong so you can fix it; however, by taking a look at what […]

The Best TED Talks on Leadership

If you’re a frequent internet user, especially on social media, you’ve likely seen videos posted and shared of conferences called TED Talks. Maybe you’ve watched one here or there on various subjects — TED Talks have a lot more to offer than purely entertainment — think of them more as edutainment. TED stands for Technology, […]

How to Lead Unwilling Followers to Success

There are many ways to lead followers to success. Depending on your line of work or the reason you are leading a group of followers, will determine what type of leadership style you are going to take on. Some consider there to be good leadership styles and some consider other styles to be bad and […]

10 Leadership Philosophies

There is no one-size-fits-all approach to leadership. Every person and every situation is different, so it stands to reason that each individual leader would attack leadership with a different approach. Think back to great leaders throughout history. Think of Martin Luther King Jr., with his awe-inspiring speeches; think of Winston Churchill who commanded a nation […]

Leadership Quotes I Live By

“Be not afraid of greatness. Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them.” – William Shakespeare I love this quote. No matter who we are, where we’re from, or the path life has us on, it is possible to achieve greatness. For me, I feel that the greatness I […]

Why Positive Reinforcement Matters

Treats, candy, ice cream, pats on the back, and compliments. These rewards probably bring a puppy or child to mind, which are the audiences most commonly affected by positive reinforcement. Not as common, is the concept of rewarding in the workplace. Those holding managerial levels should take note from parents and pet owners, as the […]

How To Develop A Leader

Contrary to the common idea that people are “born leaders,” many who hold leadership roles needed some kind of support prior to being given their role. There may be no secret formula to magically make a person become a strong figurehead of a business or group, however, there are practices best suited to help  develop […]

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