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What Leaders Lose in Transition

What Leaders Lose in Transition

Being married to a French man, and given French is not my native language (nor English his), it is safe to say there are times when what we’re trying to communicate gets lost in the translation. In leadership something similar happens. When newly promoted and trying to transition from staff to supervisor, buddy to boss,… read more

5 Responses the Best Leaders Use When Employees Bring Personal Problems to the Office

5 Responses the Best Leaders Use When Employees Bring Personal Problems to the Office

Now that’s a mouthful, but every leader has had the moment when a stutter or stammer was all they could offer in the face of an employee oversharing personal problems at the office. We’ve all got problems and we all make choices as to how to handle our personal life matters. Some handle them better… read more

What Employees in Conflict Need from Their Leader

What Employees in Conflict Need from Their Leader

No one likes it when team members bicker, but leaders report spending much of their time dealing with this very issue. The challenge is how they deal with it makes a big difference. What do employees in conflict need from their leader and does it matter if the conflict is small, large, minor, or critical?… read more

How to Manage the New Manager’s Mindset

How to Manage the New Manager’s Mindset

Mindset. It’s a fancy word for what goes on when you talk to yourself. You do, don’t you? Doing it now, in fact. Now wait, don’t get distracted, because that’s exactly what can happen to a new manager. Newly promoted or recently transferred, new managers regularly get thrown into a detail laden environment. Some will… read more

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