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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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  • Have Humility

    Have Humility

    When you think leader, humble isn't always the first thing to come to mind. In reality, one of the most underappreciated leadership qualities in this world is humility.

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  • Focus on Your Circle of Influence

    Focus on Your Circle of Influence

    There are circumstances that are beyond our control, but there is something you can do. Check out this FranklinCovey leadership tip to learn more.

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  • Choose Abundance

    Choose Abundance

    Do you know what choosing abundance means? Read this tip to learn more.

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  • Make High-Value Decisions

    Make High-Value Decisions

    Do you know how to make high-value decisions? As a leader, this will be a must have skill.

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  • Celebrate Wins

    Celebrate Wins

    When your team accomplishes goals, do you celebrate them? It is important to spend time acknowledging wins with your team.

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  • Focus on the Wildly Important

    Focus on the Wildly Important

    Have you focused on the wildly important? Use this tip to keep priorities in line.

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  • Create Vision

    Create Vision

    Do each of your team members know and understand your vision? Can your team articulate it well?

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  • Protect Against Urgencies

    Protect Against Urgencies

    Are urgencies draining your team's energy? Try this helpful tip to protect against energy draining urgencies.

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  • Constantly Coach

    Constantly Coach

    Do you see every interaction with team members as an opportunity to build confidence and develop potential?

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  • Right Wrongs

    Right Wrongs

    When you break a promise, is your first instinct to defend yourself, rationalize, minimize, or ignore it altogether?

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  • Make it Safe to Tell the Truth

    Make it Safe to Tell the Truth

    Todd Davis said, "The higher you are up the organizational ladder, the less likely you are to hear the truth--especially about yourself."

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  • Get to Know Your People

    Get to Know Your People

    Constantly working at work might move the project along a little faster, but if you don't know the people you work with, projects will take much longer.

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  • Release Resentment

    Release Resentment

    There is an old saying that says holding onto resentment is like taking poison and hoping the other person dies.

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  • Extend Trust

    Extend Trust

    Demonstrate a propensity to trust by extending trust abundantly to those who have earned your trust.

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  • Expect to Win

    Expect to Win

    Have you ever seen leaders who have little to no faith in their team? Read this tip to learn more.

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  • Be Prepared to Ask Questions

    Be Prepared to Ask Questions

    If someone does something you don't understand, be ready to ask questions.

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  • Confessions of a First-Level Leader: I get so Nervous During Presentations That it’s Affecting my Credibility1:18

    Confessions of a First-Level Leader: I get so Nervous During Presentations That it’s Affecting my Credibility

    Don’t let your nerves affect your ability to deliver presentations effectively. Jimmy McDermott shares some tips to help you calm your nerves and to present with confidence.

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  • Redirect Credit

    Redirect Credit

    When leading a team, you are the face of your team and their work. It's common to receive more of the credit than you might deserve. Learn to share the credit with this tip.

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  • Track Your Time

    Track Your Time

    Assess how your team is spending their time without micromanaging with this leadership tip.

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