Leadership Values And Ethics

Secrets of Leadership Success Leaders know what they value.  They also recognize the importance of ethical behavior.  The best leaders exhibit both their values and their ethics in their leadership style and actions.  Your leadership ethics and values should be visible because you live them in action every single day. A lack of trust is […]

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Delegation as Leadership Style

Tips for effective delegation You leadership style is situational.  You leadership style depends on the task, the team or individual’s capabilities and knowledge, the time and tools available and the results desired. As a supervisor, manager, or team leader, you make daily decision about the appropriate leadership style to employ in each work situation.  You […]

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Active Listening

Improve your Active Listening There are five key elements of active listening.  They all help you ensure that you hear the other persons, and that the other persons know you are hearing what they say. Pay attention: Give the speaker your undivided attention, and acknowledge the message.  Recognize that non-verbal communication also “speaks” loudly. Look […]

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Leadership Rewards And Recognition

Leadership Success Secrets A leader makes other people feel important and appreciated.  The leader excels at creating opportunities to provide rewards, recognition and thanks to his or her staff.  A leader creates a work environment in which people fell important and appreciated.  How leaders make people feel important through rewards and recognition A key leadership […]

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Preventing Conflict

Getting to, and maintaining, that balance requires well-developed team skills, particularly the ability to resolve conflict when it does happens, and the ability to keep it healthy and avoid conflict in the day-to-day course of team working. As well as being able to handle conflict when it arises, teams need to develop ways of preventing […]

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Conflict Resolution Three Stage Process

When a team oversteps the mark of healthy difference of opinion, resolving conflict requires respect and patience. The human experience of conflict involves our emotions, perceptions, and actions; we experience it on all three levels, and we need to address all three levels to resolve it. We must replace the negative experiences with positive ones. […]

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The Leadership Oath

Most young people have the potential of becoming great leaders.  But there is always the fear that we may not  be a good leader , no one will listen to us or follow us.  Your journey as a leader begins now, take the leadership oath and start living it immediately. I believe leadership is a […]

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Ten Worst Work Habits To Break

By Anthony Balderrama, CareerBuilder.com Everyone has a weakness in their work behavior that they need to work on, and they often extend beyond annoyances and become problems for your career. Here are ten worst work habits that you should try to break: Procrastination A lot of people work best under pressures, or at least they […]

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How effective is your decision making process?

Our decisions shape our lives.  Made  consciously or unconsciously, with good or bad consequences, they represent the fundamental tool we use in facing the opportunities, the challenges, and the uncertainties of life.  Sometimes we make decisions too quickly,  or too slowly, or too arbitrarily. The result: a mediocre choice, dependent on luck for success.  It’s […]

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