Leadership Advice

How To Build Camaraderie And Healthy Relationships At Work

How To Build Camaraderie And Healthy Relationships At Work

The workplace culture has become more of a priority today. There’s no question it has an immense impact on employee engagement, productivity, and retention. In fact, 86% of employees and executives state that workplace failures are a result of a lack of collaboration...

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5 Ways to Cultivate Your Authentic Self

5 Ways to Cultivate Your Authentic Self

The need for authenticity is so crucial right now. When people think or feel as though you are anything but authentic, they won’t trust you and your brand. It’s safe to say you will go much farther in life and succeed if you stay true to yourself and your values. But...

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How I Strike a Balance Between Work and Life

How I Strike a Balance Between Work and Life

For many leaders, asking the classic question of when is a job more than just a job usually has a pretty basic answer — when it's a job. As a leader who has built my own company from scratch, the answer is never that easy. I have invested much more than the regular 9...

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How I Conquered My Public Speaking Phobia

How I Conquered My Public Speaking Phobia

Believe it or not, public speaking hasn’t always been my strong suit. I would be shocked if you told me years ago I would be a keynote speaker now. Although you may think successful business people are confident in all that they do, I am here to tell you that is far...

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4 Ways The Best Leaders Build Trust

4 Ways The Best Leaders Build Trust

As leaders, it can be daunting to find a balance between your role as a manager and making sure that your employees know that they have your trust to make mistakes and learn from those mistakes without fear of retribution. While you can tell employees that you trust...

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Four Tips to Manage Your Managers

Four Tips to Manage Your Managers

Your managers are in an interesting position. Not only are they leaders themselves, but they are also team members when the hierarchy is considered. This means that as a leader, you must find a way to balance their needs with the overall needs of the company, while...

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The Power of Leading By Example

The Power of Leading By Example

By now you've noticed that leadership is much more than just telling people what to do and expecting them to do it without any pushback. That's not leadership. That's just telling people what to do. While that might work for a few minutes out of every day, a true...

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Knowing When to Let Employees Go

Knowing When to Let Employees Go

As you work toward your vision, you realize you can't do it all yourself. You hire people. I hired people. I needed people, I needed a team. To realize my vision, I needed people just as inspired and creative as I like to think I am. I needed creativity and energy to...

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Returning Inspiration to Your Team

Returning Inspiration to Your Team

There is an inevitability in business, one that we cannot control but we can manage. This inevitable variable is the passage of time. With the passage of time, we can become complacent, uninspired and so caught up in our day-to-day tasks that we lose sight of the...

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What Continuous Learning Means For Your Employees

What Continuous Learning Means For Your Employees

Being a leader means that you have many responsibilities besides just showing up to the office, assigning tasks and solving problems with your team. One of the most important responsibilities you'll face is empowering your employees with the ability to move onward and...

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