It’s Friday again, only 21 more sleep ’til Christmas and time for 3 Good Reads. IN LEADERSHIP 9 Reason Organizations Don’t Train Their Leaders. Kevin Eikenberry writes about “some of the reasons I have heard, and more accurately the reasons that are unspoken, as to why so many provide so little to support the development […]Read more "3 GOOD READS – FRI.DEC.5"
Resolve a difficult situation with today’s leadership development tip! It’s easy to avoid difficult conversations. It’s common to put off discussions and decisions that will raise defenses and upset others. But you’ll feel better once the issue is resolved. Take that first step by scheduling a meeting with those involved. Prepare a plan of action […]Read more "#Leadership #Tip of the Day – Conflict Resolution"
Try Something New with today’s Leadership Development Tip! Break from your everyday routine and take a different approach. Great leaders can identify stale procedures and outdated methods. The challenge is coming up with something new. Give it some thought and involve the team in your final decision. Leadership Quote of the Day: “Become a student […]Read more "#Leadership #Tip of the Day – Embracing Change"
Learn more about your staff with today’s leadership development tip! Learn something new about your staff today. Establishing strong personal connections with colleagues and teammates can not only enhance relationships and improve mutual respect for one another, but can also provide valuable insight into their strengths and work style and how best to motivate and […]Read more "Leadership Tip of the Day – Improving Relationships"
Introducing our Leadership Tip of the Day Improve your listening and understanding skills with today’s leadership development tip! Use reflective listening to improve your listening skills and demonstrate understanding. Restate, in your own words, the other person’s opinion or idea. This helps to ensure that you have received and interpreted the message correctly. It also […]Read more "Leadership Tip of the Day – Reflective Listening"