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Leadership and Civility

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It seems that leadership and civility would be an easy discussion. Alas, it is not. Civility is a concept that seems to be lost in today’s society even though it is absolutely essential for good teams. A cultural shift has been happening and now it seems that being civil means… Read More »Leadership and Civility

Help! My Boss is Clueless

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You have many challenges as a team leader. Is one of those challenges a boss who doesn’t seem to know what your team is doing? He or she appears to be more of a stumbling block than a helpful leader? Harsh? Perhaps, but let’s be honest, sometimes the boss can… Read More »Help! My Boss is Clueless

Leadership Fundamentals Training

Leadership Fundamentals Training – Why Knowing How to Apply Basic Leadership Skills is Essential

Leadership fundamentals training sounds basic and it is. But that doesn’t mean the skills we present are not applicable to your individual situation. In fact, good application of basic leadership skills can make you most successful. Jack gave me a hard time for the entire three-day leadership course, constantly complaining… Read More »Leadership Fundamentals Training – Why Knowing How to Apply Basic Leadership Skills is Essential

How Developing Future Leaders Accelerates Company Growth – Create a Leadership Development Program to Identify and Train Your Future Leaders

How does developing future leaders accelerate company growth? Simply because you, the owner or senior leader, can’t do it all. As your company grows the leadership skills of supervisors and managers become increasingly important. To meet that challenge, you need a leadership development program that can accurately identify and train… Read More »How Developing Future Leaders Accelerates Company Growth – Create a Leadership Development Program to Identify and Train Your Future Leaders

Are You the Smartest Person on the Team?

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Are you the smartest person on the team? I hope you said no. But, if you look at your whole team and say to yourself, “I really am smarter than all the rest of them,” then maybe you need to find another job.