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Lessons Learned from the Failures of Leaders

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / March 24, 2022
Leaders fail for several reasons, including their intelligence, character, and topic knowledge. Maybe we should discuss them in matrices.

Leaders fail for several reasons, including their intelligence, character, and topic knowledge. Maybe we should discuss them in matrices. The failures of leaders get a lot of attention, and that’s completely appropriate. Many don’t seem to know how to sustain their own company. But there’s also a cultural element. Does your style mesh with the currents? The world is packed with elephants. Maybe we should discuss them, if…

Resilient Leaders Win Despite Change and Obstacles

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / March 21, 2022
Employees will build no team without resilient leaders. Bold and far-seeing. Patient and cunning. Is that you? It should be! And it can be.

Employees will build no team without resilient leaders. Bold and far-seeing. Patient and cunning. Is that you? It should be! And it can be. We frequently see resilient leaders as fearless, unflappable individuals immune to adversity, failure, or setbacks. Therefore, being able to handle pressure and complex conditions is part of being resilient. The key to resilience is not “toughing it out.” Of course, military trainers must physically…

Leading and Lagging in Leadership

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / March 18, 2022
How leading and lagging indicators can assist young leaders in making timely course corrections before the ship sinks...or is impounded.

How leading and lagging indicators can assist young leaders in making timely course corrections before the ship sinks…or is impounded. How effective is your leadership? When you ask someone how their company leadership is going, some may provide you with a detailed response. One that includes their highlights and worries, as well as the projects they’re working on and why. On the other hand, others would remark something…

Exceptional Leadership Techniques in the Digital Age

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / March 3, 2022
Top-down hierarchical company models are obsolete, and top-notch credentials and experience no longer solely define exceptional leadership.

Top-down hierarchical company models are obsolete, and top-notch credentials and experience no longer solely define exceptional leadership. Successful and exceptional leadership requires engagement and involvement and being there with the soldiers on the ground. To become today’s digital-age leaders, you’ll need to learn a whole new set of skills for motivating and inspiring people. Therefore, we are amid the changes and uncertainties that come with a fast-changing digital…

A CEO’s Technique for Honest and Transparent Culture

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / March 2, 2022
It's difficult to call a work culture honest if organizations and leaders are afraid to openly acknowledge imminent dangers and obstacles.

It’s difficult to call a work culture honest if organizations and leaders are afraid to openly acknowledge imminent dangers and obstacles. Most CEOs say they desire a transparent and open atmosphere. Despite the widespread feeling, finding entirely frank and open societies in the actual world is complex. What are the boundaries? According to the Leadership IQ research, Resistance to Change, just 15% of workers feel their company always…

Leaders Who Only Play To Their Strengths: Some Advice

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Startup Advice / February 23, 2022
For leaders who have the knowledge and ability necessary to meet the work at hand, "playing to your strengths" might bring success...or not.

For leaders who have the knowledge and ability necessary to meet the work at hand, “playing to your strengths” might bring success…or not. If you have the knowledge and abilities necessary to execute the work at hand, “trying to play to your talents” may bring success in some professions. It will not, however, always result in successful leadership. Leaders must have a strong desire to learn and develop.…

Leadership Techniques That Motivate Employees To Stay

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / February 22, 2022
Retaining top talent is requiring adopting new leadership techniques. The combination of many factors has people moving on to new jobs.

Retaining top talent is requiring adopting new leadership techniques. The combination of many factors has people moving on to new jobs. Retaining top talent is one of the most severe concerns facing a leader. The combination of many factors has prompted the moving of careers. There is a plethora of jobs, rising pay levels, remote working alternatives, and shifting views to name a few. The aura around work…

Authentic Inner Power: Effective CEOs Know How to Harness It

by / ⠀Career Advice Entrepreneurship / February 17, 2022
Traditionally, we think of great leaders as people who can exercise their influence through top-down, heavy-handed tactics. Authentic? Not.

Traditionally, we think of great leaders as people who can exercise their influence through top-down, heavy-handed tactics. Authentic? Not. “The ability to dominate or influence people,” according to the Cambridge dictionary. Traditionally, we think of some young CEOs as people who can exercise their authentic influence through top-down, heavy-handed tactics. In practice, though, wielding power is rarely straightforward. In reality, research has shown that leaders who make the…

Only 11% of Surveyed Companies Have Strong Leadership

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Personal Branding / February 10, 2022
According to the most recent corporate data, only 11% of companies surveyed have a strong leadership bench...the lowest rating in 10 years.

According to the most recent corporate data, only 11% of companies surveyed have a strong leadership bench…the lowest rating in 10 years. Recently a quarterly edition of the 2021 Global Leadership Forecast reports that companies all over the globe are experiencing a leadership crisis. Only 11% of firms questioned said they had a “strong” or “solid” leadership bench. This is the lowest rating in the last ten years.…

Do You Have What It Takes To Lead?

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Startup Advice / February 9, 2022
People often mistakenly believe that being a CEO equates to being a leader. But does being a good CEO automatically make you a good leader?

People often mistakenly believe that being a CEO equates to being a leader. But does being a good CEO automatically make you a good leader? There are almost as many similarities as differences between the two. The critical distinction between leaders and managers is that leaders inspire others to believe in their vision. On the other hand, managers employ and direct individuals frequently without their buy-in. Managerial positions…

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