Always lead with integrity.
Never lead alone.
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It’s one of the hot buzzwords today. Leaders should be transparent. But, what does this really mean? And who exactly should these leaders be transparent with?
When you start a business, you need to take on almost any opportunity that comes your way. As your capacity fills, this same approach can get you into trouble.
If you’ve been hiring employees for a while, then you’ve certainly discovered some real gems. And, most likely, you’ve probably picked a few bad apples as well.
Rarely a day goes by when leaders aren’t under pressure. There is pressure to keep up with the bills and in keeping clients, employees and vendors happy.
There is strength in humility. Many people would agree with this statement, but when it comes to leadership, how does this really play out?
This is a confusing time for leaders. Many of us strive to be individuals who care about the people on our team. Yet, we also don’t want to just be meddling.
Do you ever feel like you’re on a losing streak in your business? When you can’t seem to win a big sale…or any at all?
You NEED to trust you people. Every leader embraces this concept on an intellectual basis. However; it’s the application of it that takes many a lifetime to master.
Time. It is a leader’s most precious commodity. In order to build a more profitable, more productive company, a leader must acquire the productivity mindset.
One of the greatest challenges in making the leap to becoming an entrepreneur is figuring out how you’ll be able to replace your current paycheck.
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