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  • How to Manage Up When You Have A Bad Boss  in the group Lean Leadership

    A recent Gallup poll found that half the people who leave their jobs do so not because they are working for a bad company but because they are working for a bad boss. If you’re trying to deal with a bad boss, you can at least take some comfort in the knowledge that you’re not alone. T...

    Tags: Blog, Lead From Within, Leadership, Leadership Development, Management, Workplace, Boss, HR, Lead from Within, Mangement, Success

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  • The One Time You Should NOT Express Positivity in the group Lean Leadership

    Optimism and positivity are beneficial to leadership in almost every circumstance. You won’t find many who would dispute that thought. We know the best kind of leadership requires seeing the glass as half full. We know that even in the most challenging times and difficult circumstances, it...

    Tags: Blog, Lead From Within, Leadership, Leadership Development, Personal Development, Teachable, Workplace, Lolly Daskal, Optimism, Positivity, The Leadership Gap

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  • Optimism: The Secret Of Great Leadership in the group Lean Leadership

    If you’re looking for powerful fuel for your leadership, look at optimism. Winston Churchill used to say “A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty.” Maybe that’s why optimistic leaders are usually more succ...

    Tags: Blog, Career, Leadership, Leadership Development, Workplace, LeadFromWithin, Optimisim

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  • 17 Ways Be A Leader Even If You Are Not In Charge in the group Lean Leadership

    Leaders are everywhere—you don’t need to have a title or a position to be a leader. What makes you a leader is defined not by your role but by who you are. You don’t need to be the boss to be in charge. A leader can be anyone, despite their title or tenure, regardless of their ...

    Tags: Lead From Within, Leadership, Leadership Development, Personal Development, Workplace, Being In Charge, Leaders

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  • 7 Secrets First-Time Leaders Want to Know in the group Lean Leadership

    The art of leadership can be defined in many ways. There are probably as many definitions of leadership as there are leaders, and each person brings their style of leadership, which is part of what makes it such a dynamic and interesting field. But at some point, most of them say, “I had no...

    Tags: Blog, Lead From Within, Leadership, Leadership Development, Life Balance, Life Skills, Personal Development, Accountability, Awareness, Communication

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  • Leaders Clarify Priorities and Keep People Focused

    Editor’s Note:  The author Curtis Chocholous, a seasoned executive and Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, has written a whitepaper on The 80/20 Law of Leadership, which is available for free on Flevy here.  This whitepaper is based on Lean Culture thinking.   * * * * Do you re...

    Tags: leadership, Leadership Development, management

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  • Leadership Development

    The top area most organizations struggle with in area of improvement is leadership development. Toyota was lucky to have highly skilled leaders such as Eiji Toyoda, Taiichi Ohno, Fujio Cho, and too many others to name here. These great improvement leaders however were not born with their skill se...

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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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  • The Test Every Great Leader Must Pass in the group Lean Leadership

    Are you a good leader? A great leader? How can you even know? You can take the test…….. Most leaders are too busy to spend much time reflecting on that question, but it really is important to check in once in a while—especially if results, achievement and excellence are impor...

    Tags: Blog, Integrity, Lead From Within, Leadership, Leadership Development, Personal Development, Purpose, Appreciation, Communication, Development, Lead By Example, Leadership test, Positivity, Roles, Teams

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  • The One Thing You’re Sure to Struggle With as a Leader in the group Lean Leadership

    Leaders face a lot of issues but one thing they will struggle with is sometimes staying positive. Being a leader is all about balance. You have to be mindful and quick, slow and steady, take risks, have vision, listen but speak, know but question—and do it all with grace. It goes without ...

    Tags: Blog, Lead From Within, Leadership, Leadership Development, Workplace, Happy Heart, Leadership Struggle, Positive, Tough times

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