25 10, 2017

Warning: People Quit Bosses. Don’t Let That Happen To You.

By |October 25th, 2017|

You and I know: People quit bosses. According to Gallup: 70 percent of the employees quit their boss. Seventy percent!

So, let’s dive into this topic: How can you avoid being a boss who people quit?
Four tips:
1 – Increase your praise

Cindi Leive, Editor in Chief of Glamour Magazine, embraces the power of praise. In an interview […]

18 10, 2017

The A, B, C of Leadership: The Letters B-G

By |October 18th, 2017|

Let’s get more inspiration from the A,B,C of leadership.

Today we’ll focus on the letters B-G.

And while reading the chosen words and quotes, get inspired and ask yourself “What leadership component would you have chosen for this letter?”

The same word? Or maybe something different? Let’s start.

The letter B of Buy In

“People buy into the leader before […]

11 10, 2017

What Your Leadership Strengths Reveal About Your Challenges

By |October 11th, 2017|

If I tell you that each employee has strengths, you’re not like, “Hey, that’s big news. I should keep reading this article.” You already know that.

But what if I tell you that an employee’s strengths are a threshold to his or her weaknesses and challenges. Hey, now I’m talking. That’s definitely more interesting.

Let me explain.

It […]

4 10, 2017

The A, B, C of Leadership: The Letter A

By |October 4th, 2017|

A: Action
“Leadership is an action, not a position.”
– Donald McGannon
What is leadership without action?

Just imagine. A leader who talks. A leader who listens to your ideas and worries. A leader who sits in all kinds of meetings but … never acts.

Even hard to imagine, but one thing’s for sure, you wouldn’t call that person a […]