Leadership comes in all forms, shapes, and sizes. The qualities of a great leader can vary, for sure, but there are number of commonly-held misconceptions which need to be dispelled.
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When do you know when it’s time to update the resume and seek better?
A true leader does not operate with authority, but with skills that include partnership and inspiration.
You could spend your entire professional life learning to be a better leader. Except you will have no time to lead because you will be consumed with free advice from nearly everyone.
My favorite quote that I’ve ever come across was written on the wall of a high school bathroom stall. “The meaning of life is a life of meaning,” read the handwriting, scribbled in bold Sharpie on cracked and faded tile.
Here are seven ways you can implement a better relationship with your employees.
Forming a team to carry out day-to-day operations can present challenges even in organizations where members fall under the authority of centralized and hierarchical leadership. Operating with a newly formed cross-functional team in a disaster zone increases the challenges and the stakes.
In today’s very competitive world, it is often difficult to find great talent. Someone who can play many roles on your team, be a leader, a motivator and an individual whom other employees look up to. They are typically the cornerstone of your team, a leader not in title but in action. They are self-driven… Read more »
Penned in the 1960s, the “Fifty Nifty United States” song is a favorite of 3rd grade classrooms across the country. But is it’s mantra true, that every state really is unique, and if so, does that uniqueness extend to IT.
In belated honor of National Boss’s Day (which came earlier this month) here are some tips for first-time supervisors.