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3 Leadership Habits You Have to Unbuckle

We’ve all heard buckle up, when the ride gets bumpy. Most of us have even said buckle up when things at work get tricky, but what happens when that mode becomes a habit? What happens when a leader is always bracing for impact? That leader develops dangerous habits. Whether it’s constant behavior miles away from

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Leadership: Service or Sabotage?

In learning the art and science of more effective leadership, one may run into resistance. Beyond learning, while leading in challenging circumstances, one may also face resistance, opposition, or downright slings and arrows. In both cases, at what point does one continue to serve, in spite of a lack of support or even in the

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Top Five Bad Reasons to Hire or Not Fire a Team Member

In the role of leader or manager, hiring and unfortunately at times firing, comes with the position. Most managers grumble over the hiring process and can distinctly remember their first bad hire. Leaders and managers alike often practice all kinds of creative versions of procrastination to keep from having to fire someone. The latter of

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How Leaders Get it All Done

There are so many clichés about time and how fast it passes, how much it matters, or how little of it there seems to be daily. A leader may hear these cute phrases and smile at their accuracy, but many still believe there’s got to be a way to actually increase what they achieve. Some

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7 Hot Mess Moments Leaders Need Not Let Happen

If you’ve ever called someone a hot mess or been called a hot mess, you want to avoid that label as a leader. A hot mess is someone who for whatever reason, doesn’t have their stuff all together. He or she isn’t handling a situation at all well or he or she isn’t managing emotions

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A Leader’s Read on Chapters

In some parts of the world, Chapters is the name of a book store. In a book like Contagious Leadership, chapters are the vehicles to share ten steps for transition from manager to leader. In life, chapters are phases or sections of growth and development. These chapters often have a beginning and end, markers of

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