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Great Leadership: Five Things GREAT Bosses Do Daily

GREAT bosses inspire GROWTH. They create avenues for team members to learn new approaches, develop new skills, and gain confidence to put those skills into action in the workplace. They don’t allow team members’ skill sets to stagnate. GREAT bosses help team members continually boost their contribution and value to the company.

GREAT bosses honor RELATIONSHIPS. They know that positive relationships based on shared values create mutual trust and respect in the workplace. They create and maintain positive relationships with team members and expect the same among team members. They act to maintain a safe, inspiring, productive workplace so employees feel valued and honored at work. GREAT bosses know that trust and respect is a fragile state; it must be tended and monitored daily.

GREAT bosses inspire EXCELLENCE. They set clear performance expectations and coach team members to exceed them, every time. High standards met consistently help differentiate the team’s contribution to the company and to their customers. They must create a work environment that enables team members to apply their knowledge and skills in service to the team’s performance standards.

GREAT bosses ensure ACCOUNTABILITY.  They know that consequence management is the avenue to high performing, values-aligned teams. They praise and encourage progress & accomplishment of both goals and valued behaviors. They redirect and, if needed, reprimand values mis-aligned behaviors and/or missed performance standards.

GREAT bosses spur TEAMWORK. They know that cooperative interaction among team members maintains trust and respect more than competitive interaction does. They align all players to norms that enable sharing of information, skills, and support across their team. They hold teams and team members to high standards, not just for performance but for citizenship, as well.

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Dealing With Feelings: Be An Emotionally-Aware Leader

Dealing With Feelings: Be An Emotionally-Aware Leader | Business | Scoop.it
 An emotionally-aware leader better understands what drives employees and how to deal with their feelings.

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Six Practices for Better Leadership Thinking

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The three priorities of leadership are thinking, deciding, and communicating. Let’s focus on leadership thinking. People are not born good thinkers, but taught and trained. My observation is that t

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12 Things Even the Best Leaders Can Forget

12 Things Even the Best Leaders Can Forget | Business | Scoop.it
Leaders have a lot to do, so sometimes they forget things—important, big-picture things. 

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junewall's curator insight, January 3, 2016 6:08 PM

Its always good to continue to learn - even if you are reading what you know. Don't forget that in order to lead change you need to dream and take advantage of opportunities

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The Important Business Lesson Too Many Leaders Ignore

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Aidan Fitzpatrick, founder and CEO of Reincubate, explains.

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Want to Be a Stellar Leader in 2016? Consider These 15 Leadership Acts of Greatness.

Want to Be a Stellar Leader in 2016? Consider These 15 Leadership Acts of Greatness. | Business | Scoop.it
In planning for the new year, don't overlook what type of leadership is needed to achieve those new goals you set.

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10 Personal Skills That Set the Very Best Leaders Apart

10 Personal Skills That Set the Very Best Leaders Apart | Business | Scoop.it
Leadership skills that worked in the past won't carry you into the future.

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Time for change in what makes a good leader.

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How Leaders Become Better Coaches

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I have recently been developing new material to instruct and empower leaders on the benefits of becoming a better coach. Coaching, when applied and...

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We Are Losing the Race Between Learning and Technology: What to Do About It

What can we do about it?

The 70-20-10 “rule of thumb” has had quite a bit of attention, and I’d like to suggest we reframe it a bit. It really applies more to our work as learning professionals than it does to the learners.

It is very difficult to calculate or quantify how much of what a person knows about their job comes from formal instruction, from social interaction, or from just doing the job. Rather than struggle with trying to build this into an organizational strategy for learning (any plan we came up with would have to vary according to the job, and within the job according to the personal life experience and physical and mental capacities of individuals), it makes more sense to apply the relative proportions to our effort devoted to providing support for each of the attributes.

Consider carefully how to parse the elements and the role of each element in determining performance. Without automatically defaulting to the current levels or cutting it out entirely, the smallest amount of time and budget possible should go to the formal development of skills and knowledge. Do include formal instruction where it is required to support performance and accomplishment, but keep it lean and realistic, with priority going to the most critical skills and knowledge. Regarding knowledge, remember the search engines.

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What Makes a Leader?

What Makes a Leader? | Business | Scoop.it
Similar to the point above, just because you have a C-level title, doesn't automatically make you a "leader." I often stress the fact that you don't need a title to lead. You can be a leader in your workplace, your neighborhood, or your family, all without having a title.

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If Mindfulness Makes You Uncomfortable, It’s Working

If Mindfulness Makes You Uncomfortable, It’s Working | Business | Scoop.it
Confronting hard truths can lead to better choices.

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Good leaders come in all sorts of packages, but they share a single trait

Good leaders come in all sorts of packages, but they share a single trait | Business | Scoop.it
This question originally appeared on Quora: What is the single most important leadership quality? Answer by Aaron Webber, Chairman and CEO, Webber Investments. There’s a biblical saying, "The trumpet given uncertain sound who will prepare himself for battle."  That’s accurate. Being consistent in terms of who you are and the thematic of principal-based direction you...

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Leadership: Be Yourself

Leadership: Be Yourself | Business | Scoop.it
My top aspiration is to become an authentic leader. I think that leadership roles can be rewarding, fun and something to be proud of, especially if done in a way that is wholly authentic to who I am.

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Good Leaders Let the Light In

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Happy New Year, Readers! I’m kicking off the New Year with a leadership post aimed at inspiring you to explore the opportunities that present themselves in 2016. Don’t wait for perfection. Take action by empowering yourself, learning along the way and enrolling others in your vision. Ring the bells that still can ring Forget your…

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3 Mindset Shifts That Will Make You a Better Leader

3 Mindset Shifts That Will Make You a Better Leader | Business | Scoop.it
These simple mindset shifts will help you develop your leadership skills and manage people in a more efficient way.

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