WE ARE ALWAYS looking for the latest noteworthy Leadership news and commentary. We have aggregated pertinent insights below for your consideration to keep you up-to-date with the world of Leadership.
Here are recent links of interest:
“Who do you promote? 5 Qualities of a Good Leader” – Get Lighthouse
As your team grows, there’s increasing pressure to develop good leaders within your team. At some point (~10 direct reports) you can’t manage everyone yourself. The logical thing to do is to get help…” Continue Reading
“4 Ways Entrepreneurs Can Gain More Leadership Training” – Entrepreneur
In stark contrast to the corporate world — where people in large companies are promoted into leadership roles only after working their way up through the ranks — leadership development in the startup arena often happens overnight or even by accident… Continue Reading
“If Your Business isn’t Agile, You Won’t Have a Future. It’s That Simple” – Great Leadership
The rulebooks of business are being rewritten. So rapid is the pace of new developments, and so diverse the forms of competition, that many large corporations struggle to be agile enough to compete… Continue Reading
“What Leaders Can Learn From Cal Ripken, Jr.” – Leadership & Learning
If you aren’t a baseball fan, Cal Ripken, Jr. is a Hall of Fame shortstop who played his whole career with the Baltimore Orioles. While over 18,000 have played in the Major Leagues, less than 250 have been elected to the Hall of Fame. And no one who has ever played in 2,632 games in a row. Except Cal… Continue Reading
“So you’re a manager. Now what?” – Management-Issues
People in management often fail to realize the ripple effects of their actions and attitudes. Thankfully, many are eager to learn how to be better when given the chance, but other managers couldn’t care less about any damage they cause…Continue Reading
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