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The Hard Truth About Leadership

In business, some say the most effective leaders are those who bring about maximum financial results. Others would point to charismatic, larger-than-life CEOs who inspire followers with vision. Still others would say effective leaders are high in emotional intelligence, skilled at making tough decisions, focused on execution, and strong in building trusting relationships to achieve and […]
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3 Critical Factors to Develop and Engage Employees

How many of your employees are truly engaged? Perhaps we should stop asking this question, and start asking what we’re doing to develop and advance employees. I wrote about three critical employee engagement factors Julie Gebauer identified in a Global Workforce Study conducted a few years ago. Employees must have: Opportunities to learn, grow and advance […]
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Defining Effective Employee Development

Gone are the days of command-and-control leadership; today’s most effective workforce is made-up of employees who are competent, creative, passionate and take initiative. They know what they’re doing, apply what they know, enjoy what they do and grow to do more. Unfortunately, studies still show that workers are not happy with their level of professional […]
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Employee Development: How Great Leaders Create Real Value

Leaders need more productivity and progress than ever before. Staff is required to have higher expertise, commitment and dedication. Ironically, leaders often fail to recognize the need to develop their people to attain the very goals they have set. Moreover, staff wants to be competent at their jobs and have the ability to succeed. This […]
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