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The Surprising Virtues of a Narcissistic CEO

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Startup Advice / November 13, 2021
Big egos can mean big profits, with the right CEO in place and harnessed lightly. Big money often has very little to do with humility.

Big egos can mean big profits, with the right CEO in place and harnessed lightly. Big money often has very little to do with humility. This is a difficult time for board succession and CEO search committees. Amid increased cultural sensitivity, unflattering personality characteristics are being highlighted, both fairly and unfairly. This can limit the number of candidates accepted during a job search. The “Unethical CEO Candidate” doesn’t…

Leadership Blogs Every Person Under 30 Should Read

by / ⠀Blog Career Advice Entrepreneurship / January 3, 2019
5 Ways to Show Employees You Care Right Now

Leaders aren’t born, they’re made. Whether it’s coaching, taking professional development courses or made through experiences, leaders should take plenty of opportunities to strengthen their skills. Leaders need to continue on a path of growth as individuals and professionals. One of the most effective ways to become a stronger leader is by reading management and leadership blogs from the people who have the experience and knowledge to become…

How To Become A Leader If You Struggle With Perfectionism

by / ⠀Blog Career Advice / March 28, 2016
perfectionist cutting grass with scissors

I had a conversation with a friend recently about her career. She’s in a situation where she knows she has a ton of qualities that would make her a great leader at her company. The problem is, she’s a perfectionist, and this holds her back from ever voicing her ideas. This creates a fear of failure, and therefore she doesn’t strike while the iron’s hot. Does this sound…

Leadership in Business

by / ⠀Startup Advice / May 5, 2013

To be successful in business you need to be a leader of people, a person who sets an example that others want to follow. This is something I found out very quickly when I started my first business. On day one I had one employee and within minutes I was asked, how do you want me to handle….! I was off and running, I had to give direction…

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