Understanding how you can use your unique abilities to bring out the best in those around you is the mark of a true leader.
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Studies show that half of first-time CEOs will fail to be successful in their role. Why? Most of the time, failure in-role is due to a failure to manage change.
CEOs who lack emotional intelligence are likely to come off as cold or like a ‘loose cannon’ to others. Here are some ways to develop this trait.
Taking thoughtful action requires commitment and courage. It requires being willing to fail from time to time. But it is a lot less stressful than inaction.
It seems our culture has set a high value on overwork and stress. Is this the new operating norm in our world? The answer is an emphatic no.
There is an untapped resource that CEOs and business leaders should be using to improve their executive presence – their colleagues.
There’s truth and there’s advice. One of the most valuable skills you can learn as an entrepreneur is to differentiate between the two.
Many leaders put more energy into telling and convincing when they should be listening and learning.
Leadership in the coming years will not be about sweating the small stuff. It will be about handling the crises, disruptive factors, or tipping points that will define your legacy.