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11 Habits Of Emotionally Disciplined Leaders

There are no good or bad emotions per se. However, some emotional displays are more socially acceptable than others, depending on each individual’s socio-economic background, appearances and attached stereotypes. For example, being spiteful and openly provoking someone is socially accepted. … Continue reading

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13 Signs You Are Meant To Be A Leader

Sometimes, our circumstances don’t match our inner thoughts and beliefs about ourselves. Sometimes, we haven’t figured out who we are yet and we are leaning into other people’s expectations of us. Sometimes, we believe that our personality will be rejected when … Continue reading

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You Are A Bad*ss: How To Stop Doubting Your Greatness And Start Living An Awesome Life By Jen Sincero

Jen Sincero wrote You Are A Bad*ss: How To Stop Doubting Your Greatness And Start Living An Awesome Life at a time when she needed help, wanted to change and to find a deeper purpose. In her book, Jen Sincero … Continue reading

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The Importance Of Gratitude In Leadership

Some leaders who have achieved high levels of success are unhappy and ungrateful. They go through life with pessimism and a sense of emptiness. They don’t express gratitude. They pass down their toxicity to other people, find faults on everything and … Continue reading

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Providing & Receiving Positive Feedback

Annual Performance Reviews are often dreaded by most employees. It is the time of the year where we often get offended, where leaders realize that they don’t really understand what is going on in their organization. In addition, most employees believe that … Continue reading

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Quote Of The Week #60

We do not learn from experience, we learn from reflecting on experience. John Dewey Continue reading

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The Importance Of Being Present In Leadership

Leaders often find themselves looking for the next best thing, distracted by the past and worrying about the future. However, dwelling in the past or the future brings about dissatisfaction and unhappiness, impedes leaders from being effective, from being creative … Continue reading

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30 Questions Every Leader Should Ask Themselves

Being a great leader depends on how well they know themselves. Leaders must make sure that they are self-aware, clearly communicate their goals and expectations, reach their goals, set high standards, expect quality work and meet deadlines, demonstrate that all their … Continue reading

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Acquiring Impressive Problem-Solving Skills In 6 Steps

Leaders are often faced with recurring issues in their personal and in their professional lives. On a daily basis, they fight to retain talent, to keep their businesses alive, to keep up with the market, to increase their return on … Continue reading

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Overcoming Procrastination & Becoming More Proactive

Whether you work from home or go to the office, procrastination plagues everybody. However, a leader has no room for procrastination. Leaders who procrastinate are ineffective, unproductive and unaware of their own abilities. They are unable to make the right decisions … Continue reading

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