Principles Shrinciples. Aren’t They What We Know Already?

Principles Shrinciples. Aren’t They What We Know Already?

While schrinciples may not be the easiest word to say, there’s likely not a leader currently working who can’t say they’ve seen a mission statement on the wall that no one in the company knows how to actually implement. This situation is frighteningly common. Leaders think values, vision, mission, goals, and yes, principles are known… read more

Why Leaders Need Multiple Personalities

Why Leaders Need Multiple Personalities

It may come as no surprise that all leaders have personalities. Some you like and some, well, you could likely do without, but the truth is leaders have not just one, but multiple, and they need all of them. Why? Because each person you have the privilege of leading is different. Not to worry, nothing… read more

The 5 People Skills You’re Likely Not Using

The 5 People Skills You’re Likely Not Using

Leaders are indeed human and because of that they’re all different. Some have an abundance of stereotypical people skills and some would prefer not talking to people at all. Both benefit from using said people skills when working with the people they have the privilege of leading, but knowing about those skills, knowing they are… read more

The Leader’s Guide to Including Massive Amounts of Diversity

The Leader’s Guide to Including Massive Amounts of Diversity

So, your Human Resources department encourages you to be diverse in hiring practices. Your customer fusses at you when your advertising fails to reflect the diversity of your followers. Your team members complain about or resent messages that feel less than inclusive of their needs or preferences. The landscape of diversity and inclusion issues is… read more

Leader Lesson: Having a Younger Boss Doesn’t Have to be Awkward

Leader Lesson: Having a Younger Boss Doesn’t Have to be Awkward

Meg made an assumption that her boss was older than her by at least five years, based primarily on the differences in their demeanors (the boss was generally more serious and alternated between saying “raise the roof” like a dad in a 1990s teen movie and “back in my day”) and her boss’s penchant for… read more

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