Tag Archive: emotional intelligence

Visionary Leaders and Vulnerabilities

Article by , July 25, 2019

We live in an age of remarkable products and services from inventive thinkers with lofty ideas. These visionary leaders, who don’t think or work like anyone else, have started businesses based on novel concepts, and those whose achievements greatly impact society are afforded special status.


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Visionary Leaders

Article by , July 25, 2019

Visionary leaders like to walk among the clouds, devoting themselves to the future, the impossible and the things that could be. Unfortunately, businesses must be run with both a widescreen view and in-the-trenches focus, so pure visionaries with only big-picture mindsets are vulnerable to losing track of their enterprises.


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Values-Based Authentic Leadership

Article by , June 23, 2019

Companies can no longer be impersonal buildings where employees show up each day, carry out their duties and shut off their brains before going home each night. The most successful leaders know that employees want a rewarding work life—an environment that cares for them, values their contributions and gives them a chance to learn and grow.


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Cultivate Authentic Leadership

Article by , June 9, 2019

Companies can no longer be impersonal buildings where employees show up each day, carry out their duties and shut off their brains before going home each night. People aren’t satisfied with simply following procedures and checking boxes. They seek professional fulfillment through engagement, passion and long-term value.


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Inspiring Leaders Create Collaborative Cultures

Article by , May 24, 2019

Conscious leaders whose companies are thriving recognize the importance of people’s well-being. Simply put, companies grow when leaders help people feel fulfilled, individually and collectively. The process requires diligence, patience and passion. Initiating and maintaining a culture of collaboration focuses on promoting shared values and purpose.


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Mindful Leaders Build Unity

Article by , May 7, 2019

Organizations run by leaders with traditional management mindsets lag behind their forward-thinking competitors in many areas: turnover, morale, productivity, market share, financial stability and profitability. The impact reaches far beyond the workplace and has a boomerang effect.


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Leadership and True Grit

Article by , April 29, 2019

Leaders with grit focus on execution and achievement, promoting and upholding high standards. They have a strong drive to succeed, are group-focused and pride themselves on being strongly motivational.


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The Complexities of Leadership Personality

Article by , April 21, 2019

Traditional approaches to leadership development merely scratch the surface. The real issues occur at foundational levels and are remedied only when directly addressed. Methods and practices are important, but companies benefit only when they delve into the complexities of leadership personality.


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Personality Impacts Leadership Effectiveness

Article by , April 5, 2019

Despite all of the resources available to leaders today – books, articles, seminars, coaching and training programs – employees remain dissatisfied with leadership, their jobs and the future. After decades of attention paid to building better leaders, overall workforce distaste and distrust show little improvement. The managerial mindset is also stagnant.


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The Pros and Cons of Perfectionistic Leaders

Article by , March 21, 2019

When perfectionistic leaders prioritize outcomes over people, employee morale and a leader’s legacy suffer. People need room to breathe and the freedom to contribute with the skills they have. There’s almost always more than one way to achieve a goal. Perfection, as desirable as it may seem, is deceptively dangerous.


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