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  • The Leadership Challenge Report

    The Leadership Challenge Report

    FranklinCovey conducted research that sheds light on common issues in personal leadership, team dynamics, and business outcomes.

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  • Confessions of a First-Level Leader: I'm Unprepared to Give Tough Feedback1:20

    Confessions of a First-Level Leader: I'm Unprepared to Give Tough Feedback

    Giving tough feedback is a challenge that first-level leaders face on a regular basis. Jimmy McDermott shares some tips to help first-level leaders with this uncomfortable aspect of their job.

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  • Confessions of a First-Level Leader: I Can't get my Team to Take Ownership of the Goals We've Set1:14

    Confessions of a First-Level Leader: I Can't get my Team to Take Ownership of the Goals We've Set

    Leena Rinne shares three steps to help your team take ownership and to hold each other accountable to the goals they have set.

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  • Confessions of a First-Level Leader: There's no Time for 1-on-1s With my Team1:33

    Confessions of a First-Level Leader: There's no Time for 1-on-1s With my Team

    1-on-1s are key to building high-engagement and maintaining accountability. They are simply too important to skip. Make them part of your leadership toolkit with these seven steps.

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  • Become a Transition Person

    Become a Transition Person

    We can't change the past, but we can change the future. Learn what being a transition person means with this FranklinCovey leadership tip.

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  • Keep Commitments

    Keep Commitments

    Make keeping commitments the symbol of your honor. Learn how with this helpful leadership tip.

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  • Confront Reality

    Confront Reality

    Do you have a hard time with discussing tough issues? Learn how to confront reality with this helpful tip.

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  • Demonstrate Respect

    Demonstrate Respect

    Do you know how to demonstrate respect towards everyone? Here is one way you can.

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  • Create Accountability

    Create Accountability

    As a leader, it is your job to clear a path for success and recognize performance. Learn how to create accountability with this FranklinCovey leadership tip.

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  • Keep a Compelling Scoreboard

    Keep a Compelling Scoreboard

    People play differently when they are keeping score. Here is a FranklinCovey leadership tip to keep engagement high.

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  • Act on Your Capabilities

    Act on Your Capabilities

    Do you know how to act on your capabilities? Check out this tip to learn how.

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  • Act with Courage

    Act with Courage

    Courage takes vulnerability and might even be uncomfortable, but it is an essential quality for all leaders to have.

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  • Live with Congruence

    Live with Congruence

    Do you know how to live with congruence? Learn how with this helpful tip.

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  • Execute Strategy

    Execute Strategy

    You can ensure strategic success by aligning the six rights.

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  • Power Through Setbacks

    Power Through Setbacks

    Set backs can be frustrating and will make you want to throw in the towel. Here is a FranklinCovey leadership tip to help.

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  • Be Open to Change

    Be Open to Change

    Change is hard, but sometimes it is necessary.

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  • Use Proactive Language

    Use Proactive Language

    Words have power. Change the way you use them to change the way you see the world. Here's a leadership tip to help.

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  • Behave Your Way Out

    Behave Your Way Out

    As Dr. Stephen R. Covey said, "You cannot talk your way out of a problem you've behaved yourself into."

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  • Be Less Interesting

    Be Less Interesting

    Be more interested in other people instead of trying to be interesting.

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  • Model Productive Behavior

    Model Productive Behavior

    Kory Kogon says leaders must set the example for their direct reports. Here's one tip on how to model productive behavior.

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