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Do you lead like a Tigger or an Eeyore?

Most people have both a little Tigger and a little Eeyore inside of them. The trick is in how you manage them and when you let them out.
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I believe in you

Sometimes successful leadership can be boiled down to giving people something that they have never had in their life—confidence.
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Speak in a manner that others will listen

Sometimes you need to stop, hear yourself speak, and then ask, “Would I want to listen to what I have to say?”
Selling Our Industry Russ Kathrein Leadership

Providing structure to your expectations

How do you hold an employee accountable in their job performance if you are basing your evaluation on subjective or vague criteria?
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How extremes can affect your leadership

Many important decisions get derailed because we have a customer or employee who we know will not like the outcome of the decision, so we refuse to go forward.
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The power of building your networks

Human beings are by their nature social animals, yet often when it comes to leadership, we view the task as a solitary endeavor that we have to just endure on our own.
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The powers of your own purpose

Clearly defining your purpose will set you up for success, as well as happiness. Not having a personal purpose might mean you are spending a lot of time doing things other than your job.
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Giving everyone a voice

How many people in your organization are not given a chance to have their voice heard?
Selling Our Industry Russ Kathrein Leadership

Culture eats strategy

Company culture, like a society’s culture, is what drives behavior and serves as a directive for all major decisions. If nurtured and focused on the right things, it can create a company that rarely fails.
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Time to operate differently

One upside to the pandemic lockdown was that, as businesspeople, we very quickly had to start trying out some new things and lean on technology that we may otherwise have been reluctant to embrace.

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