5 Essential Skills For Effective Teamwork

For the past few years, we’ve been told that Teamwork is the most effective way to achieve success…

Teamwork requires many essential skills.

Teamwork is more than just contributing or getting along with other people.

It consists in a group collaborating in an effort to achieve a common goal such as company growth and success.

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5 Transferable Leadership Lessons

Leaders are able to sustain themselves and others using key leadership lessons that are transferable to life.

Indeed, when they are facing real life issues, the same principles keep them on track.

Wondering what are these transferable lessons?

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1. Identify your purpose

When you discover your purpose, you will not want to settle for less until then finding out what it is should take up most of your time and is an inherent part of the journey.

If you don’t know what it is, you can always follow your passion because at some point and to some extent you will find your purpose.

2. Find your place of strength

Finding out your strengths is tricky because we have a hard time identifying and valuing what comes natural and easy to us.

Discovering ways to use your strengths and actually using them are empowering and will propel you forward in life.

Discovering ways to use your strengths and actually using them are empowering and will propel you forward in life.

3. Trust your instincts

So many times we deny what we believe to be True and what our intuition whispers to us for the sake of people who don’t value us and for situation that destroy us

When you understand how profitable it is to trust your instincts, you will learn to listen and follow even when it doesn’t look like you should.

4. Think positively

If you think you’ll fail, then you probably will.

If you think you’ll have a bad day, you probably will.

So, watch your thoughts, start each day with a positive mindset and note the gradual changes in your decisions, perceptions, and actions.

If you think you’ll have a bad day, you probably will.

So, watch your thoughts, start each day with a positive mindset and note the gradual changes in your decisions, perceptions, and actions.

5. Understand that we all face adversity

We all go through moments of adversity, big ones, small ones, long-lasting ones, short-termed ones, ones that build you up, ones that are meant to destroy you.

Adversity can break you only if you let it.

But if you make it on the other side, your adversity will leave the gift of knowledge and wisdom.

Last Words Of Advice

These leadership lessons are not a guarantee that you would not have to deal with challenges but they guarantee that you will see them through.


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5 Essential Skills For Building A Shared Purpose

Most Millennials and Gen Z require more out of the companies they are affiliated with.

They demand a healthy relationship with their work.

They pay closely attention to their purpose within their role, to their leadership, to what their organization does and most importantly why they do it.

What is Shared Purpose?

Shared purpose is the reason why a company, leaders, teams matter and should bond together.

Shared purpose relates to a personal mission statement, to core values, to personal motivation, to a given motivation.

Shared purpose allows for deeper understanding of overall objectives, clearer expectations of performance and code of conduct, stronger resilience in the face of adversity, job satisfaction on all levels, and better team engagement and alignment.

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5 Essential Skills For Rewarding Networking

Depending on your communication style, networking can be entertaining or draining…

Some enjoy being the center of attention and others laying low in the back.

Either way, there are a few tips you can use to reap the most rewards of any networking event.

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5 Essential Skills For Smart Decision-Making

Leaders make several decisions in a single day…

Within their roles, leaders would have to decide the best candidates for the job, the direction of an organization or even the concept of a new product.

Some of those decisions are made thoughtfully, some instinctively, involuntarily, out of necessity and others by putting it off or by letting problems solve themselves.

In reality, decision-making relies on a leader’s ability to select the best option to achieve a desired outcome.

Furthermore, decision-making is the ability to think critically in order to reach critical goals and to demonstrate the soundness of that decision.

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Quick and sound decision-making is a sought-after leadership trait.

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5 Essential Skills For Successful Goal-Setting

Goal-setting is a powerful leadership skill…

Goal-setting provides you with self-awareness and more control over your life.

Successful goal-setting transforms ideas into action, gives you a sense of purpose and of direction.

5 Essential Skills For Successful Goal-Setting #goals #goalsetting #purpose #achievements #success #journeytoleadership journeytoleadershipblog.com

Your goals become successful the moment you become in tune with who you are, with your principles and core values.

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5 Essential Leadership Skills For Effective Communication

Effective communication is all about receiving and conveying a message, an idea or concept as intended…

Effective communication means adapting your communication style to a specific context.

It helps to avoid misunderstandings, build relationships, instill trust and respect, in being more inclusive.

5 Essential Leadership Skills For Effective Communication

Developing powerful communication skills plays a real role in a leader’s career.

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5 Powerful Ways To Find Out Who You Truly Are

When you know who you are, you immediately become confident and feel empowered.

Indeed, you stop looking for external validation.

You start experimenting and looking for validation from only yourself.

Wondering how to figure out who you are?

5 Powerful Ways To Find Out Who You Truly Are  #authenticity #selflove #selfesteem #selfdevelopment #leadership #journeytoleadership journeytoleadershipblog.com

1. Take an assessment test

Sometimes, you just don’t know where to start.

The good news is that there are several self-assessment tools out there to help you figure out who you are, your personality type, your core values, your strengths and weaknesses.

2. Take time off

Leaders have been conditioned through their role to take care of everyone else.

Taking time off in solitude does wonder for self-care, self-awareness and leadership development.

Solitude scares most people because they lack the courage to confront themselves.

However, only in solitude will you be able to observe yourself, identify all facets of your personality, discipline your thoughts and emotions.

3. Review your life

Writing things down allows you to review your life, keep track of your habits and observe your patterns of behavior.

It also allows you clarify and analyze your thoughts.

In addition, journaling is a great way to extact the essence of who you are and the lessons from past experiences whether they’ve been positive or negative.

4. Explore

Trying new things is a great way to explore and find out what you really like and don’t like, what you’re good or bad at, what feels right or wrong, what fuels your fire or what drains you.

Besides, this will help you acknowledge your differences, set healthy boundaries, become more discerning and do the things that you really want to do.

5. Observe your relationships

They say that you are the sum of the 5 closest people to you.

If you pay attention to your relationships, you’ll notice what you share in common and what you are made of.

Furthermore, you’ll notice who you look up to, who you relate to, what you tolerate and what you imitate.

Last Words Of Advice

Remember that an original is more valuable than a copy.


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10 Sure Signs You Have Outgrown Your Job

As you grow as a leader, parts of your work life start to seem repetitive.

As a consequence, parts of your day become harder than necessary.

It is time to assess your situation and check if you are ready for something new.

Wondering if you have outgrown your job?

There are a few clues that you can look for before you move on.

10 Sure Signs You Have Outgrown Your Job #work #job #careeradvice #journeytoleadership journeytoleadershipblog.com

1. You take on too much

You have taken on tasks beyond your job title and description.

You are absorbing too much work and you are working outside of your scope.

2. You are too invested

You are emotionally attached to your job which leads to poor work life balance.

3. You are no longer learning

You are running into the same problems with the same people for the same process.

You have been executing the same tasks and the same responsibilities or you have grasped everything that is necessary for you to do your job.

Either way, you are not gaining new knowledge, learning new skills or acquiring new ways to think.

When you’ve learnt all there is to learn from your job, then it’s time to move on.

4. You don’t feel valued

Your ideas fall on deaf ears.

Your ideas are just not suitable for your job or your employers are uneasy with change and will resist your ideas.

You subsequently feel like you’re not being recognized or appreciated.

In that case, your self-worth can take a hit.

It becomes interesting to find a job where your contributions will be valued.

5. You take a lot of breaks

For some reason, you have a lot of time on your hands.

You spend your working hours daydreaming and procrastinating.

You might also spend time gossiping and complaining about the same problems over and over again.

You find it more interesting to surf the net instead of doing your job and you don’t really care about getting caught.

6. Your job is affecting your health

Whether you want it or not, whether you are having fun or not, whether you’re at work or not, it seems like all you can talk about is work.

You may work in a hostile environment or you don’t align with company culture.

Furthermore, you may feel depressed, anxious or angry for no particular reason.

Your immune system has somewhat taken a blow.

These can be signs that your health is at stake and that to deserve a better environment.

7. You dream about quitting

Quitting is all you can think about.

Matter of fact, you walk around with your resignation letter in your bag hoping for a good reason or an opportunity to pull it out.

You somehow know that you have outgrown your job.

Before resigning, do the responsible thing and look for a better job because you deserve it.

8. You cannot move upward

Staying in one role longer than necessary can really affect your health, performance, motivation and satisfaction.

If there are no opportunities for upward mobility, then it’s time to move on.

9. Your job is unchallenging

You may not be excited to wake up in the morning and get to your job because your job description isn’t thrilling to begin with.

It is no longer enough for you.

The truth is you may want the right challenges to help you grow as a leader.

10. You don’t have role models

You may be a leader in your field.

However, you have nobody to look up to or no job to aspire to.

That may be a sign that you not only outgrew your job but your company.

Last Words Of Advice

If you have been feeling this way for a long time, it’s time to check in with yourself.

You must first assess your situation and make sure your feelings aren’t temporary.

Take these signs as an opportunity to do your research, to reevaluate your life and goals.

Don’t forget to listen to your inner voice.


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25 Self-Improvement Questions Every Leader Should Answer This New Year

The New Years are a time when leaders reflect on their past year, past behavior and past achievements.

Usually, they meditate on their future goals, future actions and their future selves.

Leaders think about self-improvement,
life lessons, tend to shift priorities and renew their mindset.

Below, we have gathered a few questions to help guide leaders through the process.

Wondering whar are the questions that every leader should ponder upon this Year?

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1. How would you describe your best and most authentic self?

2. What would you say is your main purpose in life?

3. What are you most grateful for?

4. What would you do if you knew you could not fail?

5. What do you want your achievements to be this year?

6. What is your idea of success?

7. Which habits, qualities and leadership skills would you like to acquire by the end of the year?

8. Which projects would you want to create, join or complete?

9. How would you like to spend your free time?

10. Who and what do you value most?

11. Are you willing to step out your comfort zone?

12. Which habits energize you and improve your mindset?

13. What are your overall motivations?

14. What was the best thing that happened last year?

15. What was the most challenging thing that happened last year and what did you learn from it?

16. What would you have done differently?

17. What do you wish to let go of that no longer serves you?

18. What are your emotional triggers and what can you do about them?

19. What and who keep you present?

20. What boundaries will you be setting?

21. Are you making good use of your time?

22. What are your main core values?

23. Are you the best leader you can be?

24. What is your ideal life?

25. What are you most excited for this year?

Last Words Of Advice!

Take it one day at a time…

Honestly answering one question at a time will help you assess where you were and where you are heading this year.
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