In the ever-evolving landscape of professional growth, what truly sets successful leaders apart is not just the knowledge they amass, but how they integrate diverse learnings to cultivate a distinct leadership persona.
Effective leadership entails continuous team evaluation and the courage to make challenging decisions.
Leaders are often dragged down by information overload. Vast amounts of email communication leave little time to think about strategy and future planning. Endless meetings and hours spent in airport lounges also steal valuable time for productivity. What are those few things you can do that will help transform your leadership? Become tech savvy Be[…..]
Employees quit leaders, not their jobs. In a March 2019 HBR article Dacia J. Faison Roe (When a Top Performer Wants to Leave, Should You Try to Stop Them?) says that when employees are “valued as people, not just workers, it has positive effects that ripple through the rest of the team and beyond.” Furthermore,[…..]