Category Archives: Leadership

Three Ways to Stop Your Job from Ruining Your Life

Want your job to stop ruining your life? Here are three tips to end the madness: Continue reading

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7 ways self-regulation is a predictor of job success

When we have the ability to monitor ourselves, we have the maturity and awareness of our emotions and reactions and to those of other people. Continue reading

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Become a mentally tough leader

To be a truly successful leader—one whom people follow and emulate—you need to develop mental toughness. Continue reading

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Make Strong Connections at Work

Make Strong Connections at Work Continue reading

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Wise Words: Tom Peters on Leadership

Wise Words: Tom Peters on Leadership Continue reading

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How is Innovation Like Baseball? Travelocity Founder Shares 3 Ways CEOs Can Benefit by Thinking Like a Manager

To succeed today, businesses absolutely must be innovative, and they can’t be if they’re unwilling to have some failures, Jones says.“Too many companies punish failure and fail to adequately reward success. How does that motivate the employees with great new ideas?” Continue reading

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Resilience training revives productivity

Experts say that resilience training may be a top contender to replace traditional stress management techniques. Continue reading

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Be great—not perfect

Adopt these habits to free yourself from the tyranny of perfection. Continue reading

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15 rules for being a great boss

No one ever said that being the boss was going to be easy. In fact, supervising employees can be downright hard. You have to be a manager, coach, cheerleader, disciplinarian, and most important, a leader. Your employees have to believe … Continue reading

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Mentoring ensures the success of your new leaders

When some organizations bring on new leaders, they offer those employees a few weeks’ worth of intensive training. However, after the orientation period, the organizations adopt a sink-or-swim approach designed to test new leaders’ mettle and gauge their natural capabilities. … Continue reading

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