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Here are some quotes from many of America’s great thinkers and doers as inspiration for your Fourth of July holiday.
Employees’ performance is dependent on many factors. There are some signs and symptoms that can be controlled, as well as recognized early on by exercising caring leadership.
The real test of leaders, and what they won’t so loudly talk about, is focus and follow-through.
In its heyday, the U.S. space program was the envy of the world and beat the former Soviet Union in a “Cold War” space race to land the first man on the moon. But what about NASA today?
If you have decided to become a leader, please recognize that to manage people requires a great level of commitment and sacrifice. Know your role as a leader so that you can guide your employees to recognize their respective roles.
Authentic compliments are an excellent method of communication that has the ability to increase your influence with your coworkers, and improve your personal power.
I believe taking inspiration from the wonderful world of sports can equip us to be better government leaders. Want to be a champion? Want to turn your workplace team into a dynasty for the ages? Here are three key areas where we can learn from our favorite coaches, players, and sports personalities.
Just like there is no “I” in the word team, there is no leader without a team. Without teamwork, a leader is unable to accomplish goals or the mission.
To best communicate technical or sensitive information to your audience, consider integrating video into your communications plans in a greater way.