Tag: leadership

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Not Getting Enough Sleep Can Hinder Your Leadership Abilities

Sleep deprivation is proven to contribute to slower brain functioning, particularly in the prefrontal cortex. This is the part of the brain responsible for several aspects of daily life including reasoning, organization, planning, and problem-solving.

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5 Ways Leaders Can Motivate Employees (and Themselves) During Difficult Times

During difficult times, business leaders have an important role to play in keeping their workers’ morale up and staying productive and loyal to the company.

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Make Deposits To Build Trust

In a professional environment, you are putting people together who otherwise might never socialize with one another and expecting them to work efficiently together. That means acting like a team, before you’ve actually gotten to that point in your mind or relationship.

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3 Tips For Building the Next Generation of Leaders

One of the most important parts of my life is building the next generation of leaders. I find that no matter where I am, and who I am working with, there are a few things I find myself doing over and over again.

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Leadership Is About Making Hard Decisions

Leadership is all fun and games. Until it’s not. Being a leader, and being in a leadership position is about making hard decisions.

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1 Leadership Tip – Build up Others

There are plenty of tips out there for leadership.  In this article, we will talk about 1 leadership tip – build up others.

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Girl Scout Cookie Time

It is Girl Scout Cookie Season once again in North Carolina. It’s the time of year when my daughters go bonkers selling cookies, along with thousands of other girls across the state. What is important about the program isn’t just the cookies.

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My Kids, The Sociology Experiment

Being a parent is one long sociology experiment. I’d say that is particularly true if you have middle or high school kids in your house.

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Leading Employees Through Interpersonal Conflict

Not everyone gets along all the time. Managing conflict can be a point of particular difficulty in the workplace. Managers need to be savvy and adjust the leadership style they employ, as well as carefully investigate the source of a conflict in order to diffuse issues.

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Reasons for and Benefits of Business Coaching

Experience, while relevant in any occupation, plays the greatest role in running a business and nowhere else do you get to learn so much as you do from a failure. Nonetheless, it would be false to presume that a business is something you can’t learn or get better at with time. With the help of business coaching, you can get to a greater level of executive efficiency much sooner.