Socrates inspired critical thinking through questions. A transformational leader can apply his method and inspire the same in her team.
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Active listening is often described as suspending your thoughts and judgment or keeping an open mind about what the other person is saying. Here’s how.
The kiss up, kick down manager is a person who lays on the flattery to endear themselves to their superiors, yet readily intimidates and undermines their subordinates.
Misinterpreting female motives is a documented mistake that many (not all) men are prone to making. Recognizing this tendency can help them reinterpret such situations for more accurate perceptions. A little self-awareness can go along way in life and prevent me too moments.
Continuous learning opportunities don’t have to be expensive to be effective. Start with these ideas to kick start continuous learning in your agency.
In many cases, recognition programs actually are backfiring and creating negative reactions among team members. In fact, the three most common reactions I receive from employees when they talk about “employee recognition” are apathy, sarcasm, and cynicism.
Read this post to find out the differences between collaboration and collective impact. Which works better? And what will take your team to the next level?
Are you wondering what NextGen was like for folks who have attended the Summit in the past? Hear directly from past attendees and speakers to help determine whether a professional development opportunity is right for you.
How do you communicate appreciation effectively when you manage large groups of employees?
The importance of emotional intelligence for the modern day leader cannot be underestimated. EQ is a fundamental pillar for leadership.