Working Resources for Leadership

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Country:United States
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Location:San Francisco

You can expect to read practical and provocative information and get resources and tips from a workplace expert on how to assess, select, coach and retain emotionally intelligent people to achieve breakthrough business results.



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In the last decade, leadership-development experts have enthusiastically pushed to improve their clients’ strengths instead of addressing their weaknesses. This approach may have some success in growing individuals’ effectiveness, but it’s fund...

Personal growth may be the last thing you think about after receiving negative feedback. Instead of seeing unfair remarks as a setback, choose to view them as an opportunity to grow smarter, stronger and wiser.

Receiving feedback with grace is a valuable leadership skill, yet many managers struggle with it. While we’re often quick to critique others, being on the receiving end involves an entirely different set of emotional and psychological skills. Few...

Recent research indicates that people who frequently feel grateful have increased energy, more optimism, increased social connections and more happiness than those that do not. Grateful people are less likely to be anxious, depressed, self-absorbed a...

Recently, the topic of self-centeredness has become more frequent with my leadership development clients. A couple of my executive coaching clients received 360-degree feedback, that they we...

Growing Better Leaders

on Oct 26, 2016

Few leadership-development initiatives address the inner game: how leaders perceive, find meaning, make decisions and handle complexities.

A positive working environment starts with how the boss handles negativity, failure and problems. They set the tone and model preferred behaviors and reactions. Employees take their cues from those who lead them.







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