Even as kids, we developed radar on leadership. Consider the classic schoolyard game, Follow the Leader. Everyone has to do exactly what the leader does, or they’re out. Growing up, I remember watching that game dissolve time after time.
Change is inevitable. To cope with the everyday office fires that arise out of the depths of nothingness and to sustain progress, there’s one trait that allows you to bridge the gap between the all-assuming and the all-knowing.
How often do you hear a leader described in the media as a "good listener?" Not often. That may be because, both in theory and by tradition, descriptions of leadership still tend to focus more on the output than the input....
One of the hardest losses for a leader is when they lose favor with the people they are trying to lead. It’s very hard to regain trust once it’s lost. Sadly, the longer I serve as a leader, the easier it seems to be to lose a follower’s trust.
Does your business tweet? Great! But what about your business leaders? If you’ve ever spoken to your leadership about using Twitter – or if you are that leadership – you’ve probably encountered any number of protestations and roadblocks.
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