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Mentoring and coaching: Essential leadership qualities

Mentoring and coaching can be excellent new elements for a manager’s tool kit. Leaders don’t just take the reins of their teams in a big-picture sense. In today’s office environment, it’s important for a manager or supervisor to be someone who … Continue reading

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Managers: Seek out feedback from team members

When employees feel free to give honest feedback, leaders thrive. Managers, how do your employees feel about you? Do you know for sure? And, if so, did that information come from direct and honest feedback? Becoming better at seeking out … Continue reading

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Demands and benefits of project management

Project success or failure may flow from the competence and skill sets of leaders. When you take charge of a team, the situation is sure to put both your project management skills and your overall leadership aptitude to the test. … Continue reading

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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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The importance of developing strong teams and team leaders

Every office has leaders. The real question isn’t whether or not they exist, instead ask do employers actually take the time to identify them or, at the minimum, commit resources to develop employees into leaders? Unfortunately, the answer appears to … Continue reading

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