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Decision-making: The bedrock of leadership

Decision-making among leaders is one of the most vital competencies for today’s organizations. To capably lead a business, or a team within a company, a professional must be able to make decisions the rest of the group will support. These … Continue reading

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How Leaders Create Leaders

Every employee should have leadership skills, not just the executives. There’s an old saying that goes “If you want something done right, you have to do it yourself.” That’s an entirely incorrect way of thinking, though, because one of the … Continue reading

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Succession planning and employee development

Succession planning and management skills are vital components of a business. Does your business have a succession plan for its leadership? Often, leadership is severely under-prepared in terms of who will take the reins when the time comes for a … Continue reading

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Skills and experience are vital for leadership

Leadership skills are essential for management positions. Although some believe leadership is innate, real skills and experience are necessary for both understanding of the role and overall success. According to recent research conducted by Stanford and Erasmus University, charisma is … Continue reading

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Balancing workloads among team members

How can your office balance workload better? One of the most important factors of team management is balance between its members. Although the work day can get hectic with numerous daily tasks, emergencies, or deadlines that must be met, management … Continue reading

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