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Leadership: A Short Primer on Doing the Right Thing in Business

Leadership: A Short Primer on Doing the Right Thing in Business | Online Relations & Community management | Scoop.it

Inspired leadership, is something that every business owner should attemp to provide to their employees, especially when business is tough and an air of uncertainty regarding the future prevails.

 

Insipid leadership is the underlying cause of almost every under-performing business, and every business owner should do their utmost to become an inspired leader, and then lead their business to a more successful future.

 

This excellent article, describes the type of person you need to become to be an inspired leader, and then it suggests eleven actions that anyone can take to become such a leader.


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5 Leadership Behaviors Loyal Employees Trust - Forbes

5 Leadership Behaviors Loyal Employees Trust - Forbes | Online Relations & Community management | Scoop.it

Is any relationship ever completely reciprocal? Not really, because one party always wields more power over the other. This is a human behavior dynamic that is tough to ignore, especially when we look deeper at workplace culture and team dynamics. There are leaders and followers, loved ones and lovers, employers and employees. We might like to think equality, common goals and unquestioned commitment are the norm but it simply doesn’t happen. It’s true in personal life and in the workplace.

 

I recently spent a weekend at a high school graduation where teachers glowingly described the fairly small class as a group of leaders. Although parents and kids basked in the glow of achievement and praise, it was clear that some in the group were more equal than others, more accomplished, more confident and composed. While the speeches were heartwarming they seemed insufficiently realistic: clearly not all in that class are destined for success, and not all will be leaders. Despite what we say as a society about equality, the best we can offer is what seems like a cop out: the promise of equal opportunity.

 

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