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Developing an employee into a leader can make your company stronger. Effective processes in place to spur leadership growth creates a talent pipeline in your workforce. And, let’s be honest, one of upper management’s main goals should be building that pipeline. Then once it is built, to put plans in place to keep it full. While cultivating employee skill sets and abilities can be tricky…


This informal survey helps you understand your own management style. In the five scenarios below, choose the one letter that most accurately describes you. After you see what type you are, get tips below (based on your answers) for broadening your techniques and growing as a leader.   1. A. “Spare the details and get to the bottom line” sums up my attitude toward completing…


A manager’s motivation for giving negative feedback to an employee should be to encourage change — to help the employee grow, get better results, or stop doing something that is holding back success. While there are obviously differences in people’s receptiveness to corrective feedback, in general, research shows that people believe constructive criticism is essential to their career development. Millennials, in fact, crave feedback. Some…


Often, new team leaders are just handed the reins … with very little direction or training. It’s exciting to be noticed and given this responsibility … you jump into the task enthusiastically … but soon you find yourself feeling frustrated and uncertain when the team doesn’t immediately follow your lead. You probably knew this before you took on the role, but being a leader is…


You know better than anyone the frustration of having bad teams in turmoil … dealing with petty personal agendas … getting everyone on the same page … and motivating team members to work together. It’s enough to make you wonder how the powerhouse teams ever make it work. Oftentimes communication is the number one culprit to these feelings. Misunderstandings lead to conflict. A lack of…


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