When you’re a high-performer, delegating tasks is not easy. Learn why choosing to delegate actually improves your leadership and creates a healthy team environment.
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Leaders experience a range of complexity in the workplace, from skyrocketing victory to complete and utter defeat. Nothing in life will solidify your viability as a leader than your response in the face of challenge.
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Bringing clarity to the complex is one of the most influential qualities of a leader. But it can be challenging make your vision a reality. Strategic vision provides the functional steps that bring your vision to life! Find out why...
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Intuition is not luck- it is noticing clues and patterns to make decisions and predict future outcomes.
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Faced with overwhelming odds, Dr. King stood for equality, nonviolence and justice. He championed the Civil Rights Movement in America that continues to inspire world leaders today. His bravery helped shape global awareness of equality in many areas of human rights, including race, gender, and disability.
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I needed to create some sort of system to help me determine when a new idea is worth investing my time and resources. From that came these five questions I ask myself almost everyday.
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As someone who is on creative team, I've been thinking a lot about how to best handle the ideation and creation processes. Brainstorming sessions are extremely helpful but, like any meeting, can get messy really quick. Having been on the positive and negative end of both, I've noticed three essential traits leaders of creative teams should possess in order to get the most out of their people...
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Chances are, you will be the new guy at some point. Here are some tips to increase your chances of starting your new job as a rock star and never looking back.
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This season of gifting can be stressful and overwhelming, especially when you want to give something meaningful and thoughtful! This got us thinking about how we could help...
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Peyton Manning is a living legend on the football field. He’s a legendary leader on and off the field. In the post-game interview on NBC, as he was showered with praises, Peyton routinely referred to two groups of people: the former record holders and his teammates. The special nature of the moment is not lost on Peyton, it’s just that he understands all of the little things that made the moment possible, so he chooses to focus on those things as opposed to a singular pass that put him in the record books.
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