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The Importance Of Fairness In Leadership

Not everything is fair in life or in the workplace. Sometimes promotions are passed by to someone who doesn’t deserve it but that is the boss’s best friend. Sometimes someone spreads an absurd rumor about you, gets away with it … Continue reading

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The Importance Of Effectively Managing Conflicts As A Leader

Conflicts happen in all workplaces, are inevitable, generally dramatic, are stereotypically painful, are often the road to failure if you don’t know how to manage them. However, contrary to common belief, they are most of the times milestones to success. … Continue reading

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Four Red Flags Wrecking Team Success and Cohesion

Building an ideal team is one of the most complex but also one of the most rewarding and advantageous responsibility of a leader. The leader has to select the team to ultimately create the best results for the organization, in … Continue reading

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Leadership Blindspots: How Successful Leaders Identify and Overcome the Weaknesses That Matter by Robert Bruce Shaw

According to Robert Bruce Shaw, in Leadership Blindspots: How Successful Leaders Identify and Overcome the Weaknesses That Matter, great leadership emanates from an ability to make great decisions which comes from making bad decisions and learning from them. The sooner in … Continue reading

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16 Hard Truths About Corporate

When it comes to corporate, people retain certain preconceived ideas about it and corporate fights back setting unwritten rules that are not applicable and indulgent to everyone. For recent graduates, that are unfamiliar with these rules, transitioning from college to … Continue reading

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Transparency: How Leaders Create a Culture of Candor by Bennis, Goleman, O’Toole and Biederman (part 3)

Transparency: How Leaders Create a Culture of Candor is a collection of three essays written by Bennis, Goleman, O’Toole and Biederman. The new transparency by Warren Bennis The new transparency, by Warren Bennis, is the third and last essay of Transparency: How Leaders Create a Culture of … Continue reading

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Transparency: How Leaders Create a Culture of Candor by Bennis, Goleman, O’Toole and Biederman (Part 2)

In a recent scientific survey of a cross-section of American workers, over two-thirds report having personally witnessed
unethical behavior on the job, but only about a third of those say they reported what they observed to their supervisors. The reasons given for their reticence range from fear of retaliation to the belief that management would not act on the information appropriately Continue reading

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Warren Bennis

Warren Bennis is a Professor of Management at the University of Southern California and Chairman of the Board of Harvard University’s Center for Public Leadership. Warren Bennis is also the co-Author of Transparency: How Leaders Create a Culture of Candor.

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​Patricia Ward Biederman

Patricia Ward Biederman is a prize-winning reporter and columnist.​Patricia Ward Biederman is also the co-Author of Transparency: How Leaders Create a Culture of Candor.

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James O’Toole

James O’Toole is a Professor of Business Ethics at the University of Denver’s Daniels College of Business. James O’Toole is also the co-Author of Transparency: How Leaders Create a Culture of Candor.

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