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Bad Leadership Habits: 5 Things Leaders Could (and Should) Stop Doing

I’ve been writing about bad leadership habits, and making lists of things that would be easy to stop doing. (See my previous post here.) What kinds of things could you stop doing, that would make you more effective as a person and as a business leader? Quite often bad leadership can be immediately improved by […]
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Bad Leadership: 10 Things to Stop Doing Right Now

What kinds of things could you stop doing, that would make you more effective as a person and as a business leader? Quite often bad leadership can be immediately improved by simply stopping bad communication habits. “We spend a lot of time teaching leaders what to do. We don’t spend enough time teaching leaders what […]
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Bad Leadership: Are Followers to Blame?

Are we flawed as followers? Is bad leadership partly due to people who follow blindly along without questioning, without being  engaged enough to care? Could employees have done anything to stop or at least slow the financial debacle of 2008? With so many corporate leaders in disrepute, what can be done about bad leadership? Perhaps […]
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Bad Leadership: Why Can’t We End It?

Leaders everywhere are in disrepute. What can we do to end bad leadership when our jobs depend on putting up with incompetent or even unethical bosses? “Being a leader has become a mantra. It is a presumed path to money and power; a medium for achievement, both individual and institutional; and a mechanism for creating […]
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