At any given time in your career, you will experience a career setback. Even individuals at the top of their game will inevitably suffer a workplace obstacle. How you respond to setbacks determines and defines your job future.
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When I looked deeper into what caused leaders to succeed or fail in a crisis, I noticed some clear leadership traits.
Learning how to find your personal value will help you take control of your motivation and daily efforts at your workplace.
Here are four easy steps you can follow to help improve your agency’s overall employee relationships, morale and satisfactions.
Although leaders may truly believe in the tenets of empowerment and inclusion, they often slip back into micro-management.
Workplace recognition is a powerful tool. Each person responds to their preferred type of acknowledgment. Learn the different ways to recognize your employees.
Communication is one of the most important aspects of leading. Great leaders must be sure they are speaking the same language as their employees. Learn how to ensure others understand what you are communicating.
At one time in every leader’s career, they will have to stand up and do the right thing (whether it is loved or hated by others). This is bravery and it is crucial to be a successful leader.
Social media is part of most adults’ daily lives. The more and more we use social media, it can create difficulties establishing boundaries for over-sharing.
A positive work-life balance is necessary to be at your best. It is also a key driver for organizations retaining top talent. You can have a successful career and private life at the same time. Don’t allow work-life imbalance to be your accepted norm.