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What makes a good leader? How is leadership changing in the current climate? Explore these questions and more!
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3 Leadership Lessons From The Edge: From The Bush To The Boardroom - Forbes

3 Leadership Lessons From The Edge:  From The Bush To The Boardroom - Forbes | Leadership Theory | Scoop.it
English: Oman desert (Photo credit: Wikipedia) I am trekking through the Oman desert. It’s over 100 degrees with no shade in sight. The dunes are endless, some peaking at over 300 feet.
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Bullying: Something That Leaders Cannot Afford to Ignore

Bullying: Something That Leaders Cannot Afford to Ignore | Leadership Theory | Scoop.it

So, what exactly is bullying?
According to the Workplace Bullying Institute (WBI), Workplace Bullying is repeated, health-harming mistreatment of one or more persons (the targets) by one or more perpetrators that takes one or more of the following forms:


-Verbal abuse
-Offensive conduct/behaviors (including nonverbal) which are threatening, humiliating, or intimidating
-Work interference — sabotage — which prevents work from getting done


How to Spot It:


Most likely, you won’t catch the bully right-handed, screaming at the target. But watch out for some more subtle clues, for example:

 

-Nonverbal bully behavior in meetings (interrupting, sarcasm, rolling eyes etc.)
-An employee being cut-off from communication (not included in email-lists, meeting invitations etc.)
-Signs of fear and intimidation by the potential target, lower work performance and frequent absences


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How to Admire Leaders Without Thinking They're Infallible

How to Admire Leaders Without Thinking They're Infallible | Leadership Theory | Scoop.it
Most leadership disasters stem from honest mistakes made by people with noble intentions but flawed judgment.
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