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  • How to Watch Out for Blind Spots in Your Leadership in the group Lean Leadership

    It’s the tricky thing about blind spots: Everybody has them, but often we don’t even know they exist until they cause a problem. All of us have blind spots, and most of us at some point have made a bad decision because of them. But when a leader has a blind spot, the repercussions sp...

    Tags: Lead From Within, Leadership, Leadership Development, Life Skills, Personal Development, Accountability, Blind Spots, Character, Confidence, Ego

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  • 7 Things the Most Respected Leaders Do Every Day in the group Lean Leadership

    Everyone wants to be respected and admired, but often we are afraid of being perceived as too aggressive or overly confident in our pursuit of own greatness. While you can’t control other people’s opinions, you can always control your own actions. Respect take...

    Tags: Blog, Character, Lead From Within, Leadership, Leadership Development, Management, Relationships, Workplace, Lead from Within, Mangement, Respect

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  • How to Best Navigate When It Comes to Leadership in the group Lean Leadership

    We’ve suffered far too much bad leadership in recent years. Many who call themselves leaders and hold leadership positions have conducted themselves like people who can’t find their own way, let alone lead others. That’s why we are looking for a kind of leader—one we can ...

    Tags: Blog, Character, Lead From Within, Leadership, Leadership Development, Personal Development, The Leadership Gap

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  • Stop Looking For Leadership! in the group Lean Leadership

    Have you found yourself asking where are the leaders? Have you thought to yourself where has leadership gone? I can imagine you might want to know where you can look for leadership so you can find a great individual that you can follow and maybe even emulate. But I am going to tell you to stop...

    Tags: Blog, Character, Lead From Within, Leadership, Leadership Development, Personal Development, Workplace, Looking for Leadership, Management

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  • 7 Important Reasons Leaders Crash and Burn in the group Lean Leadership

    Whether you’re in a formal leadership role or not, if people are relying on you and you are responsible for their success, you’re serving as a leader—and that means experiencing all the highs and lows of leadership. Generally, leaders want to do their best and maintain high sta...

    Tags: Blog, Character, Lead From Within, Leadership, Leadership Development, Workplace, Burnt Out Leadership, Management, The Leadership Gap

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  • 6 Traits You Need to Be a Successful Leader in the group Lean Leadership

    Through the years, our concept of leadership has evolved—even our ideas of what constitutes a successful leader have changed. But some core traits have withstood the test of time and been embodied by great leaders across time and cultures. These universal traits are generally related to ch...

    Tags: Blog, Character, Lead From Within, Leadership, Leadership Development, Management, Personal Development, Workplace, Lead from Within, Traits

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  • A Year-end Checklist That Will Make You a Much Better Leader in the group Lean Leadership

    As with everything in life, if you want to improve you need to see where you are and where you want to go. To succeed (or stay successful) in leadership, you need to see what you did this past year and where you want to go in the new year. On the other hand, the best leaders know that progress is...

    Tags: Blog, Character, Integrity, Lead From Within, Leadership, Leadership Development, Personal Development, Workplace, Checklist, HR, Lead from Within, Management, Success

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  • Why You Should Ditch Your Performance Reviews in the group Lean Leadership

    Every year, more and more organizations are ditching annual performance reviews. If your company is still holding on to this outdated practice, maybe this should be the year you let it go. Think back over the process for annual reviews and how much time and effort they take—preparing...

    Tags: Blog, Character, Communication, Lead From Within, Leadership Development, Management, Workplace, Lead from Within, Leadership, Performance Reviews

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  • When Is It Important to Change How You Lead in the group Lean Leadership

    I have a habit of reading a book a day, and my favorite subjects are history and biography. I like to study what has happened to leaders in the past and how they dealt with their own challenging times. We have our own challenges in the here and now: business changes quickly and technology is con...

    Tags: Blog, Change, Character, Integrity, Lead From Within, Leadership Development, Management, Personal Development, Relationships, Workplace, Change Your Leadership, Lead from Within, Leadership, Success

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  • How Can You Tell If Your Leader Is Afraid Of You in the group Lean Leadership

    We tend to think of leaders as people who are focused on serving others, dedicated to the mission of the work they do, and committed to their people. Unfortunately—as in every field—some people in leadership positions are threatened by those they lead, especially those who embody the ...

    Tags: Blog, Character, Lead From Within, Leadership, Leadership Development, Management, Personal Development, Workplace, Afraid, Boss, Lead from Within, Success

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