The Critical Dialogue for leadership is aimed at enabling transformation through greater awareness of one’s leadership thought and style
In the realm of leadership development, telltale signs of this defensive behavior emerge, like ghosts haunting the corridors of progress. But let us not be slaves to these defensive walls we have erected.Continue reading
The Secret to Coping with Leadership Stress in the Age of Social Media.Continue reading
One quality all great leaders possess is their ability to “read between the lines” during conversations. They are able to understand the subtext in people’s communication.
Our communication is frequently influenced by subtext. In order to effectively communicate, it is crucial to learn how to use this information.Continue reading
Micro-managing is more like the “helicopter parents” who unintentionally fuel dissent and rebellion among the employees. This is what leads to employee disengagement and high turnover.Continue reading
Leaders who are successful are often put on a high pedestal by the people. In order to remain grounded, the leaders need to get off that pedestal and be part of the crowd or team they lead. There are 3 qualities that ‘great’ leaders have that differentiates them from the ‘good’ leaders.Continue reading
I have been reviewing leadership profiles as part of custom designing leadership development programs in over 60 major corporations. I see that most organizations describe the behavioral indicators for leadership that is so obvious. They include behaviors like “communicates a clear vision,” “helps people to develop to their maximum potential,” “strives to see the value…Continue reading
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