“It’s 9:00am, you’re across the table from a colleague who doesn’t like you or the changes you’re proposing, she’s pushing all your hot-buttons and resisting your efforts to get her to support the change.
We tend to appreciate leaders who demonstrate composure. Self-control is often appreciated.
The Guardian (blog) 'Universities need to value their staff' – five tips for management The Guardian (blog) This is also a message from Gordon Tredgold, who has been making a real contribution to management and leadership.
Although this article focuses on universities, I'm confident it applies to many different sectors and businesses.
“So what if your boss is the person you don’t get along with? It’s like we just don’t click, and neither of us is talking about it. Should I be the one who brings it up? Wait until my boss does? Or just go look for another job?
Remember that there are two sides to every story. We are a part of the system and can influence any situation for better or worse.
The one thing all humans have in common is that each of us wants to be happy, says Brother David Steindl-Rast, a monk and interfaith scholar. And happiness, he suggests, is born from gratitude. An inspiring lesson in slowing down, looking where you’re going, and above all, being grateful.
Fast Company 7 Ways You're Unconsciously Undermining Yourself Fast Company In a 2013 study published in the journal Personnel Psychology, researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and the University of Nebraska found that...
Professor Northhouse's book Introduction to Leadership, Concepts and Practice is one of the two best textbooks on the subject in my opinion. It also has he benefit of being affordable. The other good general textbook that I use is Gary Yukl's Leadership in Organizations. As a hardback it is more expensive, but a venerable textbook worthy of a place on the shelf.
Fast Company How To Get Rid Of Toxic Office Politics Fast Company In fact, a recent survey conducted by the Corporate Leadership Council shows that strengths-based feedback has been shown to improve productivity by 36%.
Leadership 101: How Doing Nothing Makes You A Better Leader Forbes Here's the truth: No one ever reached unimaginable heights or made millions by hitting “reply” all day. It's easy to do—and we all do it.
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